The Center for Community Engagement is sponsoring a Volunteer Fair in Hulman Memorial Student Union...
Our community is always in need of hygiene kits, back to school kits, holiday cards and soldier...
Join Colleges Against Cancer as we share our mission and get you excited for our relay coming in...
Indiana State University¹s Career Center hosts a Health and Human Services Career Fair for students...
|The College of Health and Human Services|
|We believe in the World Health Organization (WHO) definition of Health: Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Our goal is to implement the WHO definition of health for individuals, families and neighborhoods through creative teamwork that facilitates health equity and social wellness using a mindset that prioritizes respect for all people, the strength of diversity, and the power of joy!|
|Our Guiding Objectives|
Education: Create engaging learning environments for students, professionals and communities that facilitate the optimal delivery of health and social wellness programs.
Research: Conduct socially relevant research that is responsive to community needs and is easily implemented for individuals, families and neighborhoods.
Outreach: Reach out to individuals across the lifespan, and in communities near and far, to create conditions supporting a wonderful quality of life.
Being “A Good Person” not good enough: Shakti Butler to visit ISU, discuss system of racial inequityA filmmaker and CEO will visit Indiana State University Tuesday to talk about the importance of going beyond “being a good person” in the ongoing fight for racial equity.
The simulations allowed students in the Doctor of Athletic Training program to develop clinical expertise and become advanced practice leaders.
A group of occupational therapy students will travel to Haiti over spring break to assist orphans with disabilities in a country where disabilities are seen as “a curse” for which the children and their families are often shunned.