Working with Student Veterans in the Classroom
Best Practices for Instructors
Friday, February 27, 2015, 9 am - 3 pm
McNeill Hall Multipurpose Room, Room 1051
An interactive mutual learning experience, featuring a keynote speaker, student panel, roundtable discussions, and best practices presentation.
This event and a boxed lunch will be provided free for UNCW students and faculty, but pre-registration is required and space is limited. Register at:
7 UNCW Community Health Education students passed the Certified Heath Education Specialist (CHES) national exam with a 100% pass rate! Nationally, 68.8% of the 2304 individuals who took the exam passed. Further the exam is broken down into 7 sub-components and the UNCW students scored higher in each sub-component than the national cohort.
Students in the Public Health Studies program with a concentration in Community Health Education may take the Certified Heath Education Specialist (CHES) national exam which is conducted by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC). UNCW is a testing site for the NCHEC exam. More information about the exam can be found at www.nchec.org.
Congratulations to our Fall 2014 Ceremony of Achievement Student speaker Graham Hunter Blake! He delivered
an inspiring speech to all the Graduates on December 12th.
Congratulations to Dr. Steve Elliott and Dr. Alexia Franzidis for their selection as 2014 Discere Aude Award recipients. The Discere Aude Award recognizes faculty who were nominated for the award directly by students on the Chancellor's Achievement Award List. Those nominations are further vetted by members of the CTE Advisory Board, so that the list of faculty who are awarded each year received the most powerful nominations from our highest-achieving students.
Congratulations to our Public Health Studies student Gabrielle Barnish who recently won a scholarship from Wilma Women To Watch for her many community service contributions. Gabrielle was presented with her scholarship on October 24th.
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