College of Health & Human Services

Recent Stories

  • Wild E. Cat at AGe of Champions 2019
    - Age of Champions 2019
    The 7th annual Age of Champions event at UNH was a great success. More than 60 vendors provided information, resources and assessments for participants.  Read More
  • DYF award recipients
    - DYF Recipients Honored at GRC
    Meet the 2019-2020 recipients of the prestigious Dissertation Year Fellowship award. Read More
  • Vernon Carter, social work professor
    - From Odd Jobs to College Professor
    “I’m the great-grandson of a slave. My father’s grandmother had been a slave in Virginia. Both of his parents attended historically black colleges." Read More
  • Mark Bonica, assistant professor health management & policy
    - An Army Career Leads to UNH
    "My father immigrated from Sicily when he was 11. He ended up dropping out of high school when he was 17 to join the Navy and was sent to Vietnam." Read More
  • On the PATH to Health
    - On the PATH to Health
    Northeast Passage, UNH's nationally recognized therapeutic recreation and adaptive sports program, is partnering with veterans and veterans' organizations. Read More
  • Investing in Our Youth
    - Investing in Our Youth
    Partnerships at UNH's Institute on Disability and education department bring research into schools and healthcare facilities. Read More
  • Helping Others Achieve
    - Helping Others Achieve
    Chase Retrosi '20 always knew he wanted to be an educator. At UNH, he found his passion in the experiential field. Read More
  • photo of Laura Davie
    - Discussing long term care in NH
    Laura Davie, director of long term care at the Institute for Health Policy and Practice, was featured with Doug Mcnutt (AARP) on Fred Kocker's show on WMUR.  They were discussing... Read More
  • Emily Woods '19
    - "Just People"
    Before Emily Woods ’19 started her internship at a homeless shelter in Boston, she was scared. Read More
  • country flags that hang in the MUB
    - Destination: Chile, Tanzania and Beyond
    Six UNH students have been named Gilman Scholars and will study on four continents this spring and summer. Read More