ENHP 2018

Students and faculty present their research findings

By Matthew Vega | 04/26/18 | Posted in News, Campus News

ENHP Day Presentations
ENHP Day Presentations

For about six or seven years ENHP Day is the celebration of research and scholarship happening in the University of Hartford. Student and faculty work was presented.

Undergraduates weren't the only ones with the opportunity to present their work.

There is a large graduate student population and at the masters and doctorate levels at ENHP, but there are also undergrad students who may be first years all the way through their senior year presenting. Some of them have been multi-year projects. Some of them even connected them to class.

Attendees included community partners, professors around the university, and those that can benefit from the research. They are creating partnerships with hospitals and schools, senior care, community based and care.

Along with the event attendees were excited about the guest speakers this year. There was a nurse who is also an anthropologist speaking and an educator activist community engaged scholar speaking 

ENHP Day was an experience that students have been working all year towards.

Those interested in this collaborative work can contact Dr. Paige Daly or any other faculty for the opportunity.

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