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  • Staying active during COVID-19

    Staying active during COVID-19

    Stay-at-home restrictions continue to tighten in order to help contain the spread of COVID-19; yet now more than ever, it’s important for us to stay active and heart-healthy. Regular exercise is a proven way to combat anxiety, depression, and boost our overall sense of well-being.


  • Homebound? Advice from nutrition experts

    Homebound? Advice from nutrition experts

    Social distancing doesn’t mean our health and wellness should be compromised. As we prepare for extended time indoors, how can we ensure good nutrition? And what cost-effective strategies should we keep in mind?


  • Information on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    Information on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    The School of Health and Human Sciences is closely monitoring the rapidly changing 2019 Novel Coronavirus situation in coordination with the University, including the Chancellor’s Office, Provost’s Office, Student Health, and UNCG Emergency Management.


  • CTR Grad Gives Students Room at the Table

    CTR Grad Gives Students Room at the Table

    As a UNC Greensboro undergraduate, Claire King ‘15 recalled a piece of wisdom from her parents: “Your gifts will make room for you at the table.” And they were right: The Department of Community and Therapeutic Recreation alumna used her gifts as UNCG’s assistant director of undergraduate admissions before moving on to NC State, where…


  • Grad Student Makes Impact Locally and Globally

    Grad Student Makes Impact Locally and Globally

    Never underestimate the power of kind words. Just a few simple words of support made all the difference for Naglaa Rashwan, a graduate student in UNC Greensboro’s Department of Public Health Education.


  • Homecoming 2019

    Homecoming 2019

    SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. UNCG HOMECOMING FESTIVAL


  • HHS Students Welcome Incoming Class of 2022

    NAV1GATE is a New Student Convocation with the goal of helping students to get to know the opportunities here at UNC Greensboro and in the School of HHS This fall, Alex Best, Caroline Elmore, Marilyn Hohl, and Shemeka Thorpe welcomed our incoming HHS class of 2022. Alex Best Undergraduate major: … Continued


  • Dr. Wineburg, of Social Work, Featured in UNCG Magazine

    https://uc.uncg.edu/magazine/2019_spring/features/#wineburg


  • Graduation

    Graduation

    For additional information about University graduation, please see UNCG Commencement Central.


  • Dr. Tom Martinek: Using Sports to Help Underserved Kids

    Dr. Tom Martinek: Using Sports to Help Underserved Kids

    Although he had already made important strides researching learned helplessness and the effect of the perception of teachers on children in physical education, Dr. Tom Martinek Sr. wanted to do more. So, he made a change.


  • Staff Appreciation – 2019

    HHS staff gathered in February 2019 for awards and a luncheon hosted by the School. “We thank you for everything you do. It does not go unnoticed.”— Dean David, 2019


  • Peace and Conflict Studies Program Ranked 2nd

    Peace and Conflict Studies Program Ranked 2nd

    The Social Work Degree Guide ranks the Bachelor of Peace and Conflict Studies program second in 2019 in the field of negotiation and conflict management.


  • HHS Researchers Collaborate to Fight Childhood Obesity

    HHS Researchers Collaborate to Fight Childhood Obesity

    The United States has an obesity epidemic, and the impact is expanding. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, approximately 40 percent of American adults are obese. That struggle comes with increased risks for a host of illnesses.


  • HHS McNair Scholars – 2018

    The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program is an initiative of the United States Department of Education. The goal of the McNair Program is to increase the enrollment of students, from historically under represented groups, in science and graduate programs across the country. Ronald McNair was a physicist and astronaut. … Continued


  • Food Recovery Network at UNCG

    Food Recovery Network at UNCG

    The Food Recovery Network is an extensive network of college student groups across the nation who are passionate about fighting hunger and food waste in their communities.


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