This year, eight CPHHS faculty members were awarded for their hard work and dedication to ensuring lifelong health and well-being for every person, every family and every community in Oregon and beyond.
Eating a pinch of broccoli sprouts has as much, if not more, cancer-fighting compounds for your health than an entire head of broccoli – that’s just one lesson 4-H high school students took away from their tour of the Moore Family Center.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences welcomed nearly 200 new students during its annual CONNECT social. The event included everything from informational booths about clubs, advising and alumni relations to networking opportunities, prizes and gelato.
This baccalaureate core course is designed to encourage personal awareness and responsibility for the maintenance of health and physical well-being. Through lectures and lab experiences, students will expand their knowledge of health and wellness.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences offered the Oregon Public Health Policy Institute – funded by the Public Health Division of the Oregon Health Authority – to enhance public health policy competencies among state and local health department staff.
As part of KidSpirit, an outreach program for youth, college students gain experience not only as educators responsible for creating and implementing their own lesson plans, but they also learn business techniques in marketing, accounting, program development, hiring, performance evaluations, leadership and more.