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Schweta Shah

A Name You Should Know: Health Services Research Student Shweta Shah
March 23, 2017

On a campus hosting more than 28,000 students, UNC Charlotte welcomes around 2,000 international students each year. With students both domestic and international creating the bright and diverse student population at UNC Charlotte, one international health services research PhD student has stood...

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Survey to Address Student Perception of Campus Climate
March 20, 2017

Sexual assault on college campuses is a national epidemic; 1 in 4 women report being assaulted during their time in college, impacting their emotional and physical health and academic success. Along with a myriad of other prevention efforts, the federal and state governments have prioritized the...

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Connie Mele’84 Named 6th Distinguished Nursing Alumni
March 16, 2017

Connie Mele, MSN, RN, ‘84 has been named UNC Charlotte’s 6th Distinguished Nursing Alumna by the School of Nursing alumni chapter. The Distinguished Nursing Alumni award is bestowed upon an alumni that has made outstanding contributions to the School of Nursing or been recognized for exceptional...

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School of Social Work Offers New Practicum to Address Outreach in Latino Communities
March 13, 2017

In response to Charlotte’s increasingly diverse and rapidly growing Latino population, School of Social Work lecturer Roger Suclupe is bridging the gap between advocacy, outreach, and critical perspectives on social work policy through a new graduate course, Social Work Practice with Latino...

Bill Brandon

Brandon Endowment to Expand UNC Charlotte Health Policy Research Capabilities
March 6, 2017

UNC Charlotte professor emeritus Bill Brandon and his wife, Pam Fawcett-Brandon, have made a significant contribution in support of the College of Health and Human Services’ (CHHS) health policy agenda through the creation of the Pam-Fawcett-Brandon and William P. Brandon Endowment. This generous...

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"Conversations of the Heart" Symposium to Address Organ Donation Shortages
February 9, 2017

The demand for organ transplants in the United States continues to outpace the supply by a ratio of five-to-one.  Sadly, on the day you read this release, 21 people will die as a result of the organ shortage.  On February 14th, representatives of the Charlotte Eye Bank, the Organ...

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Dr. Jane Neese Promoted to Senior Associate Dean
February 8, 2017

The UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human Services is pleased to announce that Dr. Jane Neese, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, has been promoted to Senior Associate Dean for the College. In her expanded role, Neese, who has served as an associate dean since 2002, will continue to...

UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human Services Dean's Duo

Dean's Duo: College Sponsors Implicit Bias Event, Reaches $5 Million Research Goal
February 3, 2017

    1) Last week, I was able to participate in an extraordinary event at UNC Charlotte Center City that the College of Health and Human Services proudly co-sponsored. The talk on the issue of “Implicit Bias” attracted between 250 and 300 students, judicial decision makers, public...

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UNC Charlotte Veterans Health Conference to Address Reintegration to Civilian Roles
February 1, 2017

Returning veterans often face serious challenges as they reintegrate to civilian roles. This task can be even more demanding when the returning service member has suffered a traumatic injury. Supporting veterans and their families through this process is the focus of the 2017 UNC Charlotte Veterans...

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Dean's Duo: Neese Promoted, Generous Gift from Former Professor
January 29, 2017

The Dean’s Duo is a brief, regular pairing of news or activities that Dr. Nancy Fey-Yensan, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, wants to share with students, faculty and friends of the College. 1) I could not be more pleased to announce that the College has received a very...