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22
Apr

Working Together to Support Autism Programs at EMU: Improving One Life at a Time

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For many years, the Autism Collaborative Center (ACC) within the College of Health and Human Services at Eastern Michigan University has been providing services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), their families and the community. The ACC provides services to individuals of all ages and abilities, by offering a full range of innovative, multidisciplinary,... Read more
5
Apr

Celebrating Excellence: A Look into this Year’s Spring Recognition Ceremony

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EMU’s College of Health and Human Services is delighted to recognize outstanding student accomplishments at this year’s Spring Recognition Ceremony. There were several students who received Outstanding Student Recognition awards. Each program selected and recognized a student for their hard work and impressive accomplishments. A few of the accomplishments of each student are listed below.... Read more
25
Feb

Dr. Tsu-Yin Wu – Transforming the health of Asian Americans through education and training

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Dr. Tsu-Yin Wu, Professor & PhD Program Director for EMU’s School of Nursing is also currently directing the Healthy Asian Americans Project (HAAP). HAAP’s mission is to promote health and well-being as well as reduce health disparities among Asian Americans. Over the past nine years, HAAP has benefitted thousands of Asian Americans in Michigan by... Read more
25
Feb

Dr. Deborah Willis – Preparing tomorrow’s social workers with the Behavioral Health Care Workforce Fellowship Program!

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The School of Social Work at EMU received a grant to fund the Behavioral Health Care Workforce Fellowship Program, an initiative spearheaded by Assistant Professor Dr. Deborah Willis MSW, PhD. The fellowship program works to increase the number of Master of Social Work graduates who are prepared to serve children, adolescents, and transition-aged youth at-risk... Read more
25
Feb

Dr. John Carbone – Improving our military’s nutrition through scholarly research!

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John Carbone, an Associate Professor of Dietetics & Human Nutrition at EMU, has been collaborating with Dr. Stefan M. Pasiakos, a Research Physiologist at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM), as part of his Scholarly Agenda. Drs. Carbone and Pasiakos’ past research collaborations have led to multiple publications in high impact, peer-reviewed... Read more
27
Jan

IPE at CHHS: Working Together. Improving Lives.

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Anyone who has ever worked in the Health and Human Services industry knows that interdisciplinary collaboration is a critical component of caring for our patients/clients. Rarely do we work independently. Collaboration is how the College of Health and Human Services at EMU sets itself apart. We are committed to helping our students understand their own... Read more
9
Nov

Scholarships – Your donations at work, improving lives of those who will do amazing things!

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Scholarships are a vital part of the College of Health & Human Services at EMU. Scholarships are a financial representation of everything that this college stands for – working together and improving lives. The combined contributions of our alumni and donors help fuel the scholarship funds that keep our innovative, hardworking students in the classroom.... Read more