Health and Human Services Week 2017
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Interprofessional Collaboration

School of Nursing Conducts First-Ever Emergency Trauma Simulation

The UNCW School of Nursing conducted the first-ever emergency trauma simulation with 50 seniors in the Simulation Learning Center (SLC) located in McNeill Hall. More...

Implementation Science

The Miracle of G.A.M.E.S.

CHHS faculty and students are working together to enhance the quality of life of people with disabilities through A.C.C.E.S.S. of Wilmington’s G.A.M.E.S program. More...

Community Engagement / Impact

The Wilmington Miracle Field: From Vision to Reality

Associate Professor, Dan Johnson’s vision of a Miracle Field in Wilmington was one filled with conviction, passion and dedication. More...

It's all about the Passion: A message from Dean Hardy

Upcoming events

March 27-31

CHHS Health & Human Services Week

To register, click here.

For a live feed of the events, click here.

March 30

Solution Focused Practice

8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
McNeill Hall, Room1051
RSVP Online by clicking here.

April 7

Confronting Implicit Bias: Resources for Examining and Acknowledging Privileged Identities in Higher Education

1 – 4 p.m.
McNeill Hall, Room 1051


CHHS Online MSN-NP Program Named 1 of 10 Most Affordable
The UNCW College of Health and Human Services was ranked by as having one of the 10 most affordable online Master of Science in Family Nurse Practitioner programs in the United States. More...

The College of Health and Human Services Will Give More in 24

Starting at 8 a.m. on March 21, if 1,000 donors make a gift in 24 hours it will unlock a $75,000 challenge gift for UNCW. More...

Wilmington RIBN Students to Join NHRMC Schwartz Rounds Sessions

The Wilmington chapter of Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses—a dual enrollment nursing education program partnership between CHHS and CFCC—has been invited to join the New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Schwartz Rounds sessions. More...

CHHS Professor Leads a Group of MSW Students to Bangalore, India on Study Abroad Trip
School of Social Work Professor Art Frankel, a self-described “Indophile,” led a group of MSW students to Bangalore, India for a study abroad experience at UNCW’s sister school St. Joseph’s College. More...


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