CHHS implements Wellness Experience to address student needs – WKU News

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Jul 22nd, 2022
Governor Andy Beshear recently issued an executive order that appointed (CEBS) Dean, Dr. Corinne Murphy and WKU education alumnus and current teacher, Justin Mitchell, to the Education Professional Standards Board.
Jul 21st, 2022
Dr. Monica Galloway Burke, Professor in the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs, co-edited a book, Contemporary Issues within Caribbean Economies.
Jul 21st, 2022
The WKU College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) is spending time this summer preparing to unveil a new student-centered program this fall. Working to address student needs post-pandemic, CHHS is implementing the CHHS Student Wellness Experience
Jun 13th, 2022
CHHS faculty member awarded Kentucky Department of Public Health grant for promoting health equity & COVID-19 immunizations in underserved populations across Kentucky using the Bingocize® platform.
Jun 6th, 2022
As athletes participated in Sunday’s opening ceremony for the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, more than 20 WKU students, faculty and staff were at work behind the scenes in the event’s emergency operations center.
May 26th, 2022
Ashley Adams, WKU graduate student from Owensboro, is a first-generation college student supported through a scholarship from the WKU NIOSH Training Program Grant in the Environmental and Occupational Health Science graduate program.
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