About the College of Public Health and Human Sciences
As Oregon's only accredited college of public health and human sciences, we are thinking about the public's health in new ways. Being a new college means we're positioned to look beyond the traditional ways of doing things, and it allows us to fast-track our vision of becoming a preeminent college of public health and human sciences. In fact, we are on the leading edge of a national movement to integrate our MPH curriculum to ensure that our globally minded students meet the needs of the next generation.
In addition to creating a modern curriculum, we are holistically addressing the big issues that affect health across our lifespan: chronic and infectious disease, injury, health disparities, obesity, health care reform, youth development, nutrition, health policy, physical activity, environmental and occupational health, and lifestyle and behavior.
As a diverse community of problem-solvers and through teaching, research, outreach and collaboration across our college, university, state and world, we are leading the change in how people think about and ensure the health and well-being of every person, family and community in Oregon and beyond.
Division of Health Sciences
In 2009, OSU’s Strategic Alignment created divisions, and we are pleased to work with the colleges of Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine in the Division of Health Sciences. New collaborations between our colleges take advantage of shared missions, joint research and mutual efforts to advance our excellence in teaching, research and outreach.
- Message from the Dean
- Organization chart (pdf) July 15, 2014
- Academic structure (pdf)
- Employment Opportunities
- Mission Vision and Values
- Endowed positions
- Community Advisory Council
- Faculty Experts
- Our History
- College Annual Report 2012-2013 (pdf)
CPHHS at a Glance
||School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences
Athletic Training (MS)
|Research Centers||Center for Global Health
Center for Healthy Aging Research
Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families
Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health
|Outreach||CPHHS Extension and Public Health Practice
Extension Family and Community Health
4-H Youth Development
|Accreditation||Accreditated by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) June, 2014|