College of Health & Human Services
Experience Making a Difference
The students, faculty and staff in the College of Health and Human Services are making a positive difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities in the region, with a focus on creating healthy and safe societies. Students learn to address a wide array of factors impacting our health and well-being, which can be biological, socioeconomic, psychosocial, behavioral, cultural or social in nature. The College currently enrolls over 1800 undergraduate and 200 graduate students who will soon be entering a variety of health and human service professions.
Carrie Hamady named a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Carrie Hamady, lecturer and program coordinator in food and nutrition, has been named as a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (FAND) through her accomplishments as a dietetics profession. Read More
Allison Farmer, who interned at ProMedica, has job lined up at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus
Farmer was able to pursue her passion for track and field, land her dream internship at ProMedica and complete her Medical Laboratory Science degree with a job lined up after graduating from BGSU Read More
Hurricane-relief trip combines learning with hands-on aid
Students got to see firsthand how disaster relief operates in a weeklong service-learning trip to Puerto Rico during spring break.
Dr. Tim Brackenbury, communication sciences and disorders, led a team of 14 undergraduate students and two faculty members to San Juan.
Dr. Michael and Robin French give back to BGSU’s Speech and Hearing Clinic
Dr. Michael and Robin French were familiar with BGSU’s Speech and Hearing Clinic, given that Dr. French had worked at BGSU and they live in Bowling Green, but they didn’t know how valuable the clinic’s services would be until Robin had a stroke in 2004. Read More