Celia Austin '76 returned to campus for Homecoming festivities and found herself surrounded by students and faculty who were eager to share their stories and hear her passion for cancer research and the ways she uses her education in her successful career and home life.
At the college, there is perhaps no stronger demonstration of synergy than what exists in a nearly four-year effort to become the first and only accredited college of public health and human sciences in Oregon.
Turner works alongside Endowed Director of the CHAR Karen Hooker as associate director, using a multidisciplinary approach to the study of aging. She's been studying American Indian aging issues for 13 years.
Lifetime Fitness for Health (HHS 231) directors are taking a new approach to the course and are redesigning it to better meet students’ needs by shifting from simply distributing knowledge about fitness and nutrition to facilitating behavior change in students’ lives.
Are you the kind of person who jumps into action when someone is in need of help? Well, the CPHHS has a class – and degree – just for you! Students in the CPHHS’s Athletic Training Program learn to become first responders on and off the field.
Jacob Taskinen has taken his love for exercise to the next level by sharing his passion with others through fitness training. He teaches body pump, body blitz and core classes at Dixon Recreation Center at Oregon State University.