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2018

Health & Human Services Week Research and Innovation Day Keynote Speaker Live Stream

Project GoDIS (Go-Digital Innovations in Self-determined exercise motivation) is an interdisciplinary research project that uses the tenets of motivational theory in collaboration with experienced and established e-health companies. Watch the live stream of the presentation here on Monday, April 9 from 9 - 10 a.m. More...

Clinical Research Alum Named UNCW 2018 Distinguished Young Alumna of the Year

Clinical Research Alumna Rachael Beatty (’13) was named Distinguished Young Alumna of the Year by the UNCW Alumni Association. More...

UNCW Breaks Ground for Veterans Hall

On Jan. 18, the groundbreaking for the new Allied Health Building, also known as Veterans Hall, occurred. More...

UNCW Ranked 7th in Nation for Online Bachelor’s Programs, 62nd Best College Value

The University of North Carolina Wilmington has been ranked #7 on the U.S. News & World Report list of Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. More...

CHHS Office of the Dean Relocates to Purchasing Building

The CHHS Office of the Dean has relocated to the former Purchasing Services Building, located at 731 Sawtooth Drive (towards the back of campus, behind the Police Station, Printing Services and Facilities). More...

CHHS Travels to India to Experience Culture and Education

Back in Dec. 2017, CHHS faculty, staff, students and an alumnus travelled to India to attend a conference at UNCW’s sister school, St. Joseph, in Bangalore. More...

CHHS Associate Dean Selected for WILMA Leadership Institute

CHHS Associate Dean for Research and Innovation Justine Reel was selected as a member of the WILMA Leadership Institute. The nine-month program gives emerging female leaders an opportunity to learn from top leaders in the region and network, and visit a variety of companies and organizations. More...

CHHS Professor Receives Cahill Research Grant to Investigate Product that may Help People with Lung Obstruction

Jennifer McCall, an assistant professor in the School of Nursing’s Clinical Research Program, received a Cahill Research Grant. More...

CHHS Professor Selected by Prestigious Nursing Program

CHHS Professor Kellie Griggs (SON) was selected to be a part of the 2018 Association of Women’s Health Obstetrical and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) Emerging Leaders Program. More...

CHHS Announces Second Annual Student Case Competition with Monetary Awards of $1,000 for First-Place and $750 for Second-Place Winners

The College of Health and Human Services announces the second annual Student Case Competition with monetary awards of $1,000 for first-place and $750 for second-place winners. More...

Couple Funds Scholarship to Benefit Students in the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences  

Steve and Louise Coggins, who moved to Wilmington permanently in 2002 after commuting between Raleigh and their beach house for several years, are busy people. Their jobs – he is a partner in the Rountree Losee law firm, she is a psychotherapist with a master’s degree in social work – take up much of their time, but they nevertheless make time for their true passion, supporting organizations whose missions they embrace. That list includes UNCW. More...

CHHS Students Recognized as Health Care Heroes Scholarship Award Recipients

On Nov. 11, two CHHS students were recognized as Health Care Heroes Scholarship award recipients at the 2017 Health Care Heroes event. More...

CHHS Center for Healthy Communities Reconvenes with Local Health Directors and SEAHEC

On Nov. 17, the CHHS Center for Healthy Communities met with health directors from Brunswick, Columbus, Onslow, Pender and New Hanover counties, the director of continuing education at SEAHEC and CHHS Dean, Charles Hardy to reconvene the Southeastern North Carolina Regional Health Collaborative (SENCRHC). More...

CHHS Faculty, Staff and Students Volunteer at Miracle Field for CHHS Day

On Nov. 4, CHHS faculty, staff and students volunteered at the Miracle Field of Wilmington to help disabled players participate in Miracle League Baseball on Miracle League Game Day. More...

CHHS Exercise Science Student Develops Grant to Address Childhood Obesity as a Part of a Directed Independent Study

CHHS Exercise Science student, Kelsey Bryan developed a grant proposal to address childhood obesity as a part of a Directed Independent Study. More...

School of Nursing and New Hanover Regional Medical Center Hosts Research Day

On November 17, Nu Omega Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing hosted, in conjunction with the School of Nursing and New Hanover Regional Medical Center, the 25th Annual Research Day. More...

CHHS MSW Alumna Named 2017 Rising Star Award for WILMA’s Women to Watch Initiative

School of Social Work MSW alumna, Cassy Taverna (’16) was named the 2017 Rising Star Award for WILMA's Women to Watch Initiative. More...

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