• Health Sciences Program Applies for Public Health Accreditation

    The Health Sciences B.S. program is a candidate to become the first accredited undergraduate public health program in the State of Vermont. Read more >>

  • Exercise as an Antidote to Cyberbullying

    Ongoing research by professor Jeremy Sibold suggests that exercise coupled with social support can improve mental health for teens who experience bullying through digital messaging and social media. Photo: Pexels. Read more >>

  • Building a 'Listening Culture'

    Noma Anderson, Ph.D., professor and dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, addresses the importance of tackling microaggressions at school. Read more >>

  • 'SMART' Strategies Reduce Stress for Nursing Students

    Professor Lili Martin tested a stress-reduction program among nursing students studying and attending clinical rotations during the pandemic. Read more >>

  • Recipe for Health

    Professor Rebecca Nagle plans to introduce culinary medicine to future nurse practitioners. Read more >>

  • What's It Really Like to Be a Nurse During a Pandemic?

    Research by Professor Marcia Bosek illuminates Vermont nurses' lived experience. Read more >>

  • Vaccines By Air, By Sea

    Claire Geldhof ’11 goes the distance to administer vaccines among residents of tiny, coastal Alaska towns that would otherwise go uninoculated. Read more >>

UVMIn the College of Nursing & Health Sciences, we’re called to a higher standard of care. We believe that the best health care professionals will not only have deep experience in their fields of study, but also broad exposure across disciplines. At UVM, you’ll have access to top scholars and courses in these fields, and you’ll live and study alongside friends with diverse passions and majors whose ideas and interests will expand your world. With this deep and broad education, you’ll launch prepared not only to land a great job, but with the ability to see the world through multiple lenses, an essential 21st-century life skill.

Discover. Teach. Heal.

Our students learn to reach across divides for the benefit of patients, to become leaders among the next generation of culturally competent health professionals. CNHS offers undergraduate, graduate and certificate education in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Exercise Science, Integrative Health, Medical Laboratory Science, Medical Radiation Sciences, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Activity and Wellness, Physical Therapy, and Public Health.

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