Scholarships at CHHS
Students in the College of Health and Human Services can be nominated for the scholarships and awards listed below. For more department specific scholarship information please visit our department pages. In addition, the University of New Hampshire offers campus wide scholarship opportunities, please visit the UNH Student Awards page for more information.
To see the 2017 College of Health and Human Services Award Recipients, click here.
Scholarships/Awards HHS students can be nominated for:
The Basil J.F. Mott Award, given each year to a graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding scholarship and leadership in the College.
The Anna Catherine Clark Memorial Scholarship, given to a undergraduate student who demonstrates a strong commitment to and active involvement in community service and majoring in a discipline focused on services for children.
The Hamilton S. Putnam Award, given to an undergraduate student (Sophomore or Junior) intending to pursue a career in a health-related field, who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
The Daniel and Beatrice Rogers Scholarship, given to a student (undergraduate preferred, but graduate student considered) in HHS, must be a New Hampshire resident, with preference given to those pursuing a career in the field of mental illness.
The CHHS Departmental Scholar award is given by the college to an outstanding senior in our program, who is elected by faculty.
The Roger A. Ritvo Award which is a joint award given to both a faculty member and student (undergraduate or graduate) who have engaged in a collaborative research or service project outside the classroom.
Theo Steelman Public Service Fellow: provides stipends for undergraduate students in the College of Health and Human Sciences to complete full-time summer service learning experiences in the public service sector.
For more information see the nomination page here.
Health Management and Policy
Human Development and Family Studies:
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