Dr. Jeff Barto pUblishes article for SABR


SABR publishes Dr. Barto’s article on Rick Monday’s home run to sink the Expos only postseason appearance.

Dr. Kim Clark, Program Director of our Respiratory Therapy & Respiratory Care Programs has been asked to serve on the Respiratory Care Interest Group for the America College of Chest Physicians. During her 2 year appointment she will be responsible for mentoring and sharing experiences that impact respiratory care. This service appointment is a huge honor and reflects Dr. Clark’s reputation nationally in the field. We are proud that our RT and RC students at Charlotte are getting instruction and career mentoring for the best leaders in the field.


UNC Charlotte kinesiology professor Lanny Inabnit has been named top educator in the state for 2017 by the North Carolina Society for Respiratory Care (NCSRC). Inabnit is the recipient of NCSRC Gail Gane Educator of the Year Award, which honors an individual who has made significant contributions to and exemplified outstanding service and leadership in […]

Rest and recovery are key, but injuries shouldn’t turn you into a couch potato. Kinesiology professor Abbey Thomas talks rehabilitation with The New York Times in this article on sports injuries and arthritis in joints. READ MORE

1) Although it is always with mixed emotions that I acknowledge the end of summer, I could not be more excited about another amazing beginning to what I know will be a memorable and productive academic year here in the College of Health and Human Services. I am so pleased to welcome the Class of […]

Engaging summer opportunities are an important part of the educational experience at the College of Health and Human Services, and help students prepare for successful careers in their respective fields. The Charlotte Research Scholars program is one among many summer experiences available to UNC Charlotte students. Two kinesiology undergraduate students earned scholarships for summer 2017. […]

by: Amanda O’Hara “It’s something you wouldn’t think could have a big impact on your health….sitting. Many of us do it at home and at work, but experts say too much of it can be bad for your health and that’s it’s time to take a stand.” UNC Charlotte Athletic Training Clincial Coordinator Julie Marino […]

by: Amanda O’Hara Spectrum News On the campus of UNC Charlotte in North Carolina, a health risk assessment program is not only researching health patterns and a person’s health risks, but providing health numbers to people within minutes. It’s considered a hidden gem on the campus, but the health risk assessment program has already helped […]

A group of UNC Charlotte students took part in a spring break to write home about this year, but not for the reasons you might expect. The group, hailing from pre-health, pre-business, international studies and English as a second language programs, joined collegians from across the country volunteering through Global Brigades. The group, hailing from […]

49er Perspective tells the story of the College of Health and Human Services through the eyes of our students. by: BSRT student Dean VanHart I have worked my way through life, and started my educational journey by working while taking classes, both full-time, to receive my Associates Degree in Paramedic Sciences. Throughout my career, when […]

Ernest Hemingway, Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill, Virginia Woolf, Vladimir Nabokov, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin—what do these highly successful figures have in common? They all used standing desks. In fact, you may be reading this while standing at your desk. Standing desks and active workstations have become a trend in offices to combat sedentary workplace […]

Student Employee of the Year Stacey Myers plans to put her work experience with Recreational Services to use as a graduate assistant this fall. A student in the Department of Kinesiology, Myers is scheduled to graduate in May, after which she will oversee personal fitness at the University of Central Florida – with plans for […]

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 supervise all aspects of college-level management […]

The UNC Charlotte College of Health and Human Services is elevating ongoing efforts to address health disparities in the area following a $44,000 donation from Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina. The donation will fund an on-site graduate assistant, health risk screenings, and exercise programming at a north Charlotte community center that serves low-income […]