To Donate :

Contact: Barbara Wike '80
Director of Development and Gift Planning
School of Health and Human Sciences
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC, 27402-6170
Office : (336) 256-1272
Cell : (336) 404-8469

Information about named endowments :
Named Endowments (PDF)

Through excellence in teaching, research, and service, we strive to enhance the health and wellness of the people of the state, region and nation. The school values diversity, creativity and balance in the life-long development of the total person.

Major Fundraising Objectives

The School of Health and Human Sciences is dedicated to making the world a safer, healthier, and more just place. In order to support these efforts, we have a number of financial priorities, including the following:

  • A new facility for the Child Care Education Program.
  • An expanded Advising Center.
  • Increased funding for Graduate and Undergraduate research, assistantships and scholarships
  • Faculty program funding.

See HHS Quick Facts

Ways to Donate

Donate Online to HHS Enrichment Fund :

Or Donate to a particular Department:
  • Under the subheading "Designations"
  • Click on "Choose a different designation in the School of Health & Human Sciences "
  • A window pops up
  • Choose department

Give to the Catherine D. Ennis Undergraduate Kinesiology Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded annually to an undergraduate student dedicated to the Kinesiology field both scholastically and in practice. It is named in memory of Dr. Cathy Ennis, an HHS alumni, and member of the HHS Faculty from 2008-2017.

Dr. Ennis was an outstanding educator and scholar. In her research she examined physical education programs in urban public schools, and sought to measure and increase children's interest in physical education and activity. She was also recognized with numerous awards, including the 2017 Luther Halsey Gulick Medal from the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE), an award exemplifying the highest standards of accomplishment, innovation, and leadership in the profession.

Above all, she was an excellent mentor to her students, and this scholarship provides for an enduring connection between Cathy and future HHS Kinesiology students.