The way we educate in the College of Applied Human Sciences is a complete experience – experiential, hands-on, collaborative and immersive. Within the three schools inside the College of Applied Human Sciences, we offer 14 undergraduate and 24 graduate programs, including seven at the doctoral level.
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We are preparing the next generation of educators through engaging coursework, research endeavors and hands-on experiences.
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Monday, November 06, 2023
Students and families from the WVU Nursery School joined the School of Sport Sciences and the Center for ActiveWV for a night of physical literacy on Thursday, Nov. 2, as part of a collaborative effort in the College of Applied Human Sciences.Read More: WVU Nursery School, Center for ActiveWV team up for night of physical activity
Friday, October 20, 2023
The WVU School of Sport Sciences, as part of its continued relationship with the Positive Coaching Alliance, will host a virtual workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 8, from 7-8:30 p.m., entitled "Double-Goal Coach: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons."Read More: School of Sport Sciences, Positive Coaching Alliance set to host fall workshop
Monday, October 16, 2023
On a whim, Marissa Mangione gave West Virginia University a chance. She got a flyer in the mail at her home Richboro, Pa., (just outside of Philadelphia), and wanted to visit campus. Despite roots in Pennsylvania and ties to Penn State, she came to Morgantown and realized almost immediately that she wanted to be a Mountaineer.Read More: Mangione builds momentum towards a career in mental health and addiction studies
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