At the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (ENHP), our students earn degrees in deeply collaborative and scholarly environments and participate in real-world learning and research with faculty mentors early and often in their academic careers. Our community partners locally, regionally and internationally play an integral role in their learning. We strive to bridge academic work and the needs of communities; in short, our faculty and students live our vision- excellence through relevance.
Students, faculty, and partners of the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions come together to showcase their collaborative scholarly endeavors and research projects and share discussions with experts in the health and education sciences. View the highlights of this daylong event in Hillyer Hall and download the schedule, flyers, and shareable social media images at www.hartford.edu/ENHPday.
Students in the doctoral program in educational leadership are slated to present their research at the annual conference of the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) from April 29 to May 1 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Read more
Watch this brief video to learn more about our undergraduate programs in education.
Adam Goodworth, assistant professor of physical therapy in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (ENHP), has been selected to receive the 2015 Belle K. Ribicoff Junior Faculty Prize. The prize, which includes an award of $10,000, will be presented to Goodworth at Commencement in May.
Goodworth, who holds a PhD in biomedical engineering, has brought an interdisciplinary focus to his work at the University, conducting groundbreaking research and innovative teaching across the fields of physical therapy, engineering, and prosthetics. Read more
Graduate students in the prosthetics and orthotics and physical therapy programs in ENHP joined a 17-person interdisciplinary team of health care providers in Lima, Peru, to provide free care to over 100 people with amputations. In one week in February, they replaced prosthetic limbs or provided brand-new ones to Peruvian residents. Read more and view photos.
Kayla Kershaw, a sophomore radiologic technology student at the University of Hartford, has been selected to participate in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) 2015 Student Leadership Development Program. She was one of 90 radiologic science students from around the country chosen to participate in the program. The ASRT is the largest radiologic science association in the world, representing more than 152,000 members. Read more
Academic Year 2014-15