Watch as President Elliot Hirshman recounts some of SDSU’s many recent achievements and shares his vision of an even greater 2016-17 year in his welcome message to the campus. Our own Associate Dean, Dr. Suchi Ayala, is recognized for receiving a $10M NIH endowment that will go towards population health and health disparities research.
YOU can receive funding from the Student Success Fee for MANY types of education-related activities! The SDSU College of Health and Human Services will be holding two workshops to explain the process of applying for these exciting funds. Student Success Fee (SSF) Overview Funds from SDSU’s mandatory Student Success Fee are available to directly support […]
Once again, CHHS was number one for grant and contract awards per FTE faculty member among all SDSU colleges, averaging nearly a half-million dollars per tenured/tenure-track faculty member for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy students will be hosting a public injury clinic on October 1, 2016 at Roadrunner Sports. Come to the SDSU tent for a sports massage and free physical therapy screening. Learn how to injury-proof your body! Reserve your spot for any of the six free classes! See flyer for details! […]
Arantxa Akerlundh, Kinesiology Undergraduate Studying in Finland, Featured on “SDSU: Be International” Site!
“If you would have told me five years ago that I would be studying abroad in Jyväskylä I would have replied with, “Jyvasky … what”. Through the hard work and loving support of my family, friends and San Diego State, I have embarked on quite a unique study abroad journey. For four weeks I will […]
“A major award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help San Diego State University build its capacity to conduct pioneering public health research for many years to come. Earlier this year, the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), part of NIH, awarded SDSU a $10 million endowment to improve the […]
“While on a Spring Break study abroad program that included visits to many of the dazzling sights of cosmopolitan London, kinesiology senior Tony Grizzle admits he wasn’t exactly thrilled when he looked at the itinerary and saw a visit to the North London Hospice. “I went in thinking, ‘Man, this is going to be the […]
On May 2, 2016, the CHHS College Council held its annual awards banquet at BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse in La Mesa. Over 60 people were in attendance, as students, faculty, and staff members received their awards. A fun time was had by all! See the photos! Congratulations to the following award recipients: Outstanding Undergraduate Student Anne Uyen […]
Outstanding Undergraduate Student Anne Uyen Tran-Ho, Public Health Outstanding Graduate Student Shawn Tenny, Social Work Outstanding Undergraduate Professor Ignatius Nip, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Outstanding Graduate Professor Candy Elson, Social Work Outstanding Undergraduate Advisor Virginia Kreisworth, Public Health Outstanding Club Planned Parenthood Generation Action Outstanding Club Advisor Sonja Pruitt, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Outstanding Support […]
Get a “glimpse” into non-traditional careers from 10 notable professionals in the health and science fields! This event aims to promote alternative careers in health and science. of A question and answer period will follow a panel presentation, along with time for networking with local professionals. Join us for great conversation, h’orderves, and much more! […]