Calling all School of Health and Applied Human Science Seniors… we need your help with this year's Senior Challenge!
Help put (SHAHS) the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences in the lead! Participate in this year’s Senior Challenge by giving back to what matters to you. Your participation could mean additional funding for our School!
SHAHS is currently tied with the Cameron School of Business for 2nd place! With only two weeks left, let’s get that #1 spot!
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Hackers and Hopeful Swingers (HAHS) Golf Tournament Approaching
Come participate in the Inaugural Hackers and Hopeful Swingers (HAHS) Golf Tournament with the School of Health and Applied Human Science! The tournament will be held on Thursday, May 1st starting with an 11:30A check in time. The cost is $65 per player which includes cart and greens fees, complimentary range balls, lunch and drink carts. The cost for a team of four is $260.
Special Events: Closest to the Hole on Par 3's / Longest Drive / Putting Contest
Health and Human Services Week
What a wonderful day to see over 100 faculty, staff and students enjoy the Fitness Walk program of the Health and Human Services Week. Special thanks to our very own, Tamlyn Shields for organizing this fun activity. It was cool to see all the CHHS T-shirt wearing participants take to the Teal Trail and finish up on Chancellor's Walk. A great time was had by all!
If you are interested, please contact the School of Health and Applied Human Science's Office at 910-962-3250 for more information on registration.
Coastal Health Initiative
Congratulations to Professor Jim Herstine, Champion of the Coastal Health Strategic Initiative for hosting Scott Shuford, Development Services Director for the City of Fayetteville, NC. Scott presented a lecture entitled "Planning for a New Energy and Climate Future". The Coastal Health group faculty and community leaders were joined by over 50 UNCW students interested in this important issue. Way to go Coastal Health Initiative!