College of HHD

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Welcome to the College of Health and Human Development

Learn the skills to enhance, enrich, and empower the human experience. Serve your community as a health advocate, nurse, exercise physiologist, audiologist, environmental health specialist, youth counselor, hospitality & tourism specialist, food scientist, physical therapist, assistive technology specialist, and more.

We are honing skills and finding solutions that improve the quality of life for individuals, communities and families. Health and Human Development is focused on preventing problems involving health and well-being, and where such issues exist, we address them through rehabilitation and rejuvenation.

Our alumni are in professions that enrich health and well-being, fitness and activity, and living environments. Together, HHD students, faculty, staff, and community improve the quality of life through research, education, and action.

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HHD 2022-23 Research Excellence & Innovation Conference

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On November 17 and 18, 2022, the College of Health and Human Development (HHD) is hosting a conference to showcase the diversity of disciplines in the College. All HHD students, staff, and faculty are invited to participate in a variety of presentation formats including workshops, panel discussions, papers, live research spotlights, posters, performances, installations, and exhibits. There will be a keynote speaker, awards for presenters, and cash prizes for students. This event is open to campus-wide and public attendance. All attendees must registerRegister for the Conference