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CHHS Faculty and Staff Nominated for YWCA Lower Cape Fear Women of Achievement Awards

CHHS Faculty & Staff Nominated for YWCA Lower Cape Fear Women of Achievement Awards

In March, Clinical Research Graduate Program Coordinator, Susan Sinclair and Assistant Dean for Student Success, Sheri Shaw were nominated for the YWCA Lower Cape Fear Women of Achievement Awards. More...

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Volunteers Needed: Brunswick County Community Health Assessment

April 11-13 | Brunswick County Health Services

The Center for Healthy Communities is seeking volunteers for Brunswick County Community Health Assessment door-to-door surveys. Click here to sign up by April 5. If you have questions, contact CHC Coordinator Leah Mayo at mayom@uncw.edu. More...

 

Rec Therapy Program Coordinator Selected to be This Year’s Distinguished Researcher Presenter

Rec Therapy Program Coordinator Selected to be This Year’s Distinguished Researcher Presenter

Recreation Therapy Program Coordinator, Candace Ashton-Forrester has been selected by her peers to deliver the Distinguished Researcher Presentation at the upcoming Research and Innovation Day event on April 1, 2019. Research and Innovation Day is a part of CHHS’ signature Health and Human Services Week event. More...
UNCW Ranked Among Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News and World Report

UNCW Ranked Among Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News & World Report

The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s master’s degree programs in nursing and public administration each moved up 12 places on the U.S. News & World Report list of “2020 Best Graduate Schools.” Three other programs – social work, education and part-time M.B.A. – also made the Best Graduate Schools list. More...

CHHS Transitions Athletic Training Degree to Post-Baccalaureate

CHHS Transitions Athletic Training Degree to Post-Baccalaureate

CHHS is transitioning its undergraduate athletic training degree to a post-baccalaureate professional degree. CHHS now has SACS' approval, so student recruitment is underway. Admission will begin in August of 2019 and classes will begin the summer of 2020. More...

UNC Board of Governors Approves Masters of Healthcare Administration Degree Program

UNC Board of Governors Approves Masters of Healthcare Administration Degree Program

On Jan. 24, the UNC Board of Governors approved CHHS’ request to offer the Masters of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree program. More...

Student Success Center Adds New Member to Team

Student Success Center Adds New Member to Team

In January, the Student Success Center hired Carie Kempton as the newest student success advisor for the college. More...

Center for Healthy Communities Coordinator Awarded Distinguished Service Award

Center for Healthy Communities Coordinator Awarded Distinguished Service Award

Leah Mayo, coordinator for the NC Public Health Training Center & Center for Healthy Communities at UNCW, was honored with the Distinguished Service Award from the North Carolina Public Health Association (NCPHA) in December ‘18. More...

Upcoming events

March 23

Essential Skills for Clinical Research Professionals

March 23

Paws on Parade

March 25
10 a.m.

Coffee Hour: Pediatrics, McNeill 3084

March 29
9 a.m. -Noon

Safety in the Field Workshop with NHC Sheriff's Office, Teaching Lab 1054

April 1

Research and Innovation Day

April 1-5

Health and Human Services Week

April 5

CHHS Carnival

April 6

Psychiatric Nursing Care in Medical Settings

May 10

CHHS Commencement


Strategic Plan Booklet

Veterans Hall Groundbreaking Video

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