CEHD Student Uses Internship To Serve Refugees-
Widespread outreach is something that senior Laura Nguyen takes very seriously. The community health major is currently doing an internship in Washington D.C. to help advocate for fleeing refugees, notably in the Syrian crisis, through the GenUN initiative of the United Nations Association (UNA).2
Professor Raises Awareness For Global Education, Gender Inequality-
Clinical professor Dr. Valerie Hill-Jackson in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture partnered with MSC Freshmen Leadership International (FLI) to spotlight National Women’s Month by raising awareness for global education and gender inequality.
Research Gives Clinicians Comparative Benchmarks For Collegiate Athletes-
Sudden death in young athletes is rare but most are due to undiagnosed cardiac conditions. Ensuring the health and safety of student athletes is a top priority for the Department of Athletics at Texas A&M, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Kinesiology and the Health Science Center College of Medicine.
Dr. Susan Wagner Remembered For Dedication To Students-
Susan Wagner, clinical associate professor of kinesiology, passed away on March 22nd, after a battle with cancer. Dr. Wagner spent the past 39 years dedicating herself to students in the Department of Health and Kinesiology at Texas A&M University. She retired in February.
Longstanding Assistant Dean To Retire From CEHD-
Longstanding Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration Dr. Becky Carr ’94 will retire from the College of Education and Human Development after over 20 years of service. Throughout her career, Dr. Carr worked with countless educators and was involved with some of the college’s most far-reaching projects.
TCALL Hopes To Increase Engagement With Move To Main Campus-
After 11 years on the remote Riverside Campus, the Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy and Learning (TCALL) is now housed on Texas A&M University’s main campus.
HRD Student Elected New Student Body President-
Even weeks after her election victory, the outspoken junior and Human Resource Development major, is in disbelief and full of excitement to represent her fellow classmates.
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CEHD Advances In U.S. News Graduate School Rankings-
U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools” ranked the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M 39th among education graduate schools in the country. That is a seven place improvement from last year’s ranking.
From HLKN To The World’s Top Athletic Brands-
A former student and leader in sport marketing shared his experience going from a student in the Department of Health and Kinesiology to being a top executive at three of the major sporting goods brands in the world.
New Student Concentration Area To Expand Coaching Knowledge-
The coaching track concentration area will tie into the current Sport Management master’s degree plan and will focus on various concentration areas within coaching.
The Impact Of Health, Kinesiology And Sport Management On Society: DLS 2016-
This year’s focus was on the “Impact of Health, Kinesiology and Sport Management on Society.”
Clinical Study Research Found To Lower Death Rates In Patients-
The study was conducted by the Center for Translational Research in Aging & Longevity director Dr. Nicolaas Deutz and proved the necessity of proper nutrition during the recovery process.
Professor Promotes Diversity Through Student Mentorship-
Student mentorship and inclusion is a top priority for sport management professor Dr. John Singer. His belief is that outreach in mentoring, specifically in the African American community, can help elevate success for students in and out of the classroom.
New Minor Prepares Students To Defend Against Cybersecurity Threats-
The minor, offered beginning in the 2016-17 academic year, will give students a wide range of class options from programming to forensic investigative sciences.
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