Based on state and federal guidance, BGSU continues to make critical decisions to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus to safeguard our students, faculty, staff and the broader community. Virtual and online learning will continue as planned through the end of the semester, and BGSU staff members who do not need to be physically on campus will work remotely.
Experience Making a Difference.
Health and Human Services students learn to address a wide array of factors impacting health and well-being; biological, socioeconomic, psychosocial, behavioral, cultural or social issues, through majors like nursing, gerontology, criminal justice, communication disorders, dietetics, medical laboratory sciences, public health and social work.
Belong. Stand Out. Go Far.
“The faculty and staff of the College of Health and Human Services are committed not only to providing quality classroom and laboratory experiences where students gain disciplinary knowledge, but are also committed to the application of this knowledge in professional settings. All of our students engage with the professional community through clinical, internship or other applied external experiences. We believe engaging in their profession encourages students to understand their role in the larger community and to appreciate the value of serving others.”
– James Ciesla, Ph.D., Dean
Health and Human Services students honored by The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS)
During The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS) event last spring, nearly 200 presentations were given. Last month, four winning presentations were announced- including two from groups in the College of Health and Human Services.
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.
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) promotes diversity and success for pre-health students
MAPS is an on-campus organization that is open to all pre-health-related majors. They focus on creating mentoring relationships, volunteer experiences, networking opportunities and holding workshops geared towards professional development for minority students at BGSU.