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.
Our programs prepare students who will dedicate their careers to the healthy development and functioning of individuals, families, and communities.
We are preparing the next generation of educators through engaging coursework, research endeavors and hands-on experiences.
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Thursday, August 18, 2022
Through a partnership with West Virginia University Libraries, all WVU students, faculty and staff will have free digital access to the Sports Business Journal for the 2022-23 academic year. The complimentary access to the nation’s leading publication in sports business is valued at more than $800 for industry professionals.Read More: Sports Business Journal available at no cost to WVU community
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
The School of Sport Sciences in the College of Applied Human Sciences at West Virginia University was identified by Newsweek.com as one of the leading sport sciences programs in the U.S.Read More: WVU School of Sport Sciences receives national recognition
Monday, August 15, 2022
Christine Schimmel, associate professor of counseling, has been appointed as the new WVU faculty ombudsperson for the 2022-23 academic year.Read More: Schimmel to serve as faculty ombudsperson
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
One of the primary calls to action for Autumn Tooms Cyprès, founding dean for the College of Applied Human Sciences at West Virginia University, is to continue to foster the relationships between public schools and the University. Cyprès took immediate action in this regard by recently accepting a position on the West Virginia Public Education Collaborative Board.Read More: Dean Cyprès named to WVPEC Board
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