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Dahlonega, Georgia 30597
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College of Health Sciences & Professions

Innovation

...promoting a culture of creativity

  • Dedicated to providing innovative and high impact health science programs that address current and evolving needs of our people, community stakeholders and health care partners 
  • Invested in delivering the best educational experience to our students through hands-on experiences in clinical service delivery with our expert faculty
  • Sought after, highly regarded faculty who are in demand for their advanced clinical expertise, continuing education and consultations
  • Provide global educational experiences for our students with select partners from around the world    
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Innovation Circle

Dedicated to providing innovative and high impact health science programs that address current and evolving needs of our people, community stakeholders and health care partners.

The first College of Health Sciences & Professions Innovation Circle met on Thursday, August 28, 2014.  Future meetings will be held on the last Thursday of each month on the lawn in front of the Health & Natural Sciences building at 4:30 p.m.

CHS&P News

Miller named new member of SciMAC

The Amputee Coalition has named Dr. Carol Miller, head of the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of North Georgia (UNG), as one of three new members in its Scientific & Medical Advisory Committee (SciMAC).

UNG nurses participate in Army internship

At the University of North Georgia, it's not unusual for students to participate in internship programs located across the country and around the world. But in a program that's new for UNG, three cadets in the university's nursing program spent a month working side-by-side with military nurses and doctors at Army hospitals in Alaska and Washington, D.C.

Fall commencement tickets available Dec. 8

The University of North Georgia (UNG) will hold fall commencement ceremonies for graduates of all colleges on Dec. 13-14 at the university's Dahlonega and Gainesville campuses.

UNG president invests in faculty and staff development, innovation projects

In continuation of an internal grants program created in 2013 to encourage innovation and the pursuit of scholarly and creative activities, University of North Georgia (UNG) President Bonita C. Jacobs has presented awards valued at more than $300,000 to fund 32 faculty and staff proposals for professional development and research projects.

Faculty, staff awards recognize excellence

In upcoming ceremonies planned at the University of North Georgia, President Bonita Jacobs and university administrators will recognize faculty and staff for their professional achievements and their contributions to the university's success. Ceremonies are planned for Oct. 31 in Gainesville, Nov. 7 in Oconee and Nov. 10 in Dahlonega.

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