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Education Major Puts Classroom Lessons to Practical Use and Helps Childhood Friend Succeed


When Jamie Roland, who has Down Syndrome, started a job placement program at the University of Hartford two years ago, he was fortunate to find a familiar face here.  Read more and watch video.Programs: Department of Education

Prosthetics and Orthotics Student Creates Custom-Made Dolls for Children with Prostheses


Children love playing with dolls they can identify with. But for many kids with disabilities, it is difficult to find dolls that look like them. Mikaela Nelson ’18 is hoping to change that.  Read more and watch videoPrograms: Department of Rehabilitation Sciencesprosthetics and orthotics

Fall 2016 Commencement Ceremony


More than 200 students celebrate with family and friends at pair of Commencement Ceremonies.  Read morePrograms: commencement

The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions Hosts Over 300 Montessori Educators


The Montessori Schools of Connecticut Conference, ‘Respecting Each Child’s Learning Differences ~ Because Not All Great Minds Think Alike’ explored the need for specific knowledge about learning needs and information processing with consideration for the Montessori guide.  Read morePrograms: Department of Education

Our Alumni Know Success Has No Limits: Dr. Jeannine Nonaillada ’01


When reflecting back on her experience at the University of Hartford, Dr. Jeannine Nonaillada recalls her professors’ innovative teaching strategies that connected literature to practice.  Read morePrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursingalumni

Radiologic Technology Students Give “Funny Bones” Lesson


Alexandria Sutfin ‘18 and Jennifer Padilla ’18 took their classroom lessons to a different, younger class when they helped Clinical Assistant Professor Kori Stewart teach second grade students a lesson on bones and x-rays.  Read MorePrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursing

University of Hartford Recognizes 2016 Anchor Award Recipients


Congratulations to ENHP alumnae Sandy Chase and Latanya Farrell on receiving the prestigious University Anchor Award.  Read morePrograms: alumniawards

Entrepreneurial UHart Students Create LIFT to Help Athletes Perform Better


Have you ever wished you could run faster and jump higher? A new device, created by two University of Hartford students, may help you do just that.  Read more and watch videoPrograms: Department of Rehabilitation Sciences

Learning Beyond the Classroom: ENHP and CETA Students Attend Regional Conference


The New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Regional Conference afforded five students from the Department of Health Science and Nursing and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering the opportunity to expand their learning outside the classroom.  Read morePrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursing

Advancing STEM Education: Connecticut STEM Conference Inspires Regional Educators


Educators from across the region converged at the Connecticut Science Center for a day of exploration, discussion, and learning at the fifth annual Connecticut STEM Conference, which was co-sponsored by ENHP.  Read morePrograms: STEMInstitute for Translational Research

Preparing Future Students for College and Career


The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions hosted over 70 Hartford Public High School seniors for the College Career and Readiness month kick-off event.  Read morePrograms: Department of Education

Cutting-edge Research by Physical Therapy Professor and Students Improves the Lives of Children with Cerebral Palsy


When Brayden Starr was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, his parents were unsure how to help him. Then they met Assistant Professor Sandra Saavedra. She's the only person in the U.S. who offers the treatment that dramatically improved Brayden’s quality of life.  Read more and watch videoPrograms: Department of Rehabilitation Sciencesresearch

October is Exercise is Medicine Campus Month


The month of October is nationally recognized as Exercise is Medicine Campus Month. We are facing a global epidemic of physical inactivity that is strongly linked to many chronic health conditions that result in disability, morbidity, and massive health care expenditure.  Read more

ENHP Faculty, Staff Recognized by University


Twelve University faculty and staff members were recently recognized for exceptional contributions including ENHP recipients Donna Clarke and Assistant Professor Sandra Saavedra.  Read morePrograms: awardsDepartment of Health Sciences and NursingDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

ENHP Day 2016 Features Student and Faculty Research Presentations


Inspirational speeches and engaging research took center stage at the fifth annual ENHP Day. The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions faculty and student research endeavors were showcased with 88 presentations.  Read morePrograms: research

MSPO Students Provide Hands-On Look at Career Opportunities


With Assistant Professor Duffy Felmlee, two University graduate students in prosthetics and orthotics visited the Windham Early College Opportunity Program to provide hands-on experience with prosthetic and orthotic devices.  Read morePrograms: prosthetics and orthoticsDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

Costa Rica's Biodiversity is Classroom for ENHP's Future Teachers


Eight undergraduates and two professors from ENHP spent two weeks in Costa Rica in January studying methods for teaching science and social studies.  Read morePrograms: Department of Education

ENHP's Prosthetics and Orthotics Program Shines at Regional Conference


ENHP's prosthetics and orthotics faculty members and students presented their research at the New Jersey Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists Conference.  Read morePrograms: prosthetics and orthoticsDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciencesresearch

ENHP's Matt Parente Featured in WTNH story on prosthetics coverage


Matt Parente, director of the prosthetics and orthotics program, described how advances in prosthetics are benefitting people with disabilities.  Read more and watch videoPrograms: prosthetics and orthoticsDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences