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.
The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (ENHP) joined in a festive celebration of the University’s Class of 2015 on May 16 and 17. Over 250 students earned associate's, bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees through ENHP. View photos of ENHP from commencement weekend.
Enrollment has begun for a new online master's program in special education, and courses will begin this fall. The academic program, developed by Assistant Professor Sheetal Sood in the Department of Education, prepares students to teach effectively across the spectrum of learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral issues, and intellectual disabilities. Learn more
Jason W. Harnett (Doctor of Physical Therapy), Debra A. Zavatkay (Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership) and Kaitlin K. Olson (Master of Science in Nursing) were recipients of Regents' Honor Awards, the highest recognition of accomplishment that the University of Hartford bestows on graduate students. Read more
Necole Bernard ‘15, a double major in health science and respiratory care, led a student team from the University's respiratory care program in the American Lung Association's “Fight for Air Climb” on April 25 at City Place in Hartford. Maria Montoya, Alison Wenzel, Caitlin Connelly,Hajar Altamimi rounded out the University team, which won the Team Fundraising Challenge. Read more
The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions held its fourth annual ENHP Day on April 22 to showcase scholarly and research endeavors of students and faculty. The event featured 108 student and faculty presentations and talks by keynote speakers Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz and Maria Itayra Padilha. Read more, view photos, and view #ENHPDay on Storify.
Beth Taylor, PhD, an exercise physiologist and assistant professor of health sciences at the University of Hartford, has received the College of Education, Nursing and Health Profession’s (ENHP's) inaugural excellence through relevance Faculty Research Award for achieving significant impact through sustained effort in translational research. Read more
Earning a 3.96 grade point average while working two jobs and volunteering is difficult for many college students under customary circumstances. Now imagine fitting all of that into just three years instead of four. That is the story of Desiann Anglin’s college career at the University of Hartford. Read more
Dianna L. Wentzell, a 25-year veteran of Connecticut's public school system and a graduate of the Educational Leadership doctoral program in the University's College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, was nominated by Gov. Dan Malloy on Friday, April 17, as the new state education commissioner. Learn more
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) in Portsmouth, NH. Read more
Watch this brief video to learn more about our undergraduate programs in education.
Academic Year 2014-15