"Right now, I am interested in exploring the unintended consequences of policies that at first glance might not be viewed as public health policy. My current research links agriculture and forest policy to mental and physical health," says CPHHS associate professor Steph Bernell.
The free eight-week class helps participants with the fundamentals of healthy eating such as choosing more vegetables over too many carbohydrates, baking instead of frying and substituting water for soda.
The best predictor of kids' academic success might not be how many letters they recognize by age 3, but how well they plan ahead, pay attention, remember and follow instructions, and control their impulses and emotions.
In addition to a record-breaking number of graduates in the college – more than 800 undergraduates and nearly 100 graduate students – these graduating students are the first to earn a degree from the newly accredited College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
“Drag is more than just getting on stage in high heels and a gorgeous dress with makeup on my face,” says CPHHS senior Luke Kawasaki. “I use drag to tell the world that gender queer and trans bodies are not something to be feared or ignored."