Dr. Adrienne Bey, chair of the Administration of Human Services (AHS) graduate program, has been elected to a four-year term as treasurer for the Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE).
A reimagined and reinvigorated baccalaureate program offers a new opportunity for students seeking a four-year degree in Health Sciences; with evidenced interest reflected in near doubling of enrollment.
For many, the Vietnam Conflict is a distant memory of a contentious time in our nation’s history. But for those veterans living today, the memories of that time and the sacrifices they made are just as sharp and real as if they were made yesterday.
Kimberly Colder put her studies at the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences into action when she started a drive to gather supplies for school children in Grenada, a poor island nation in the Caribbean.
The College of Health Professions now offers a new Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Leadership track to prepare nurse leaders for advanced roles as health care executives across the health care continuum.