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Women Making a Difference in Science at HHS 

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Women in science are celebrated internationally on Feb. 11, but at the UNCG School of Health and Human Sciences, women are involved in significant science and scientific leadership year-round. This research includes lab work, field work, independent study, interdisciplinary projects, and community partners.   

Tips to Stay Healthy in the New Year

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It’s not a bad thing that there’s this one time of year for these goals because a lot of people are thinking about making those changes. Dr. Maher, an associate professor of Kinesiology

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Former Kinesiology professor, TOM MARTINEK, furthers his legacy

Tom Martinek's Legacy - Project Hope

For the past 30 years, his work through Project Effort has been modeled throughout the world. Its initial purpose was to give elementary school kids plagued with low grades, office referrals, and school suspensions a chance to participate in a values-based after-school program that would help them channel negative energy … Continued

HHS Pacesetter Awards

These awards honor outstanding alumni in the School who have attained local, state or regional recognition through their achievements in scholarship, leadership or service, during their career or through civic involvement. Each Department and Program may select a Pacesetter awardee to honor each year.