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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Friday, February 03, 2023
The College of Applied Human Science has reinforced its commitment to students and research with the addition of two administrators. Zach Thayer joins the college as the director of the Office of Student Success, and Matt Witt will serve as grants administrator.Read More: CAHS adds Thayer, Witt to administrative team
Wednesday, January 04, 2023
As WVU continues to grow as a national leader in the collegiate esports scene, Chris Scroggins is taking on the role of director of the esports academic program while also serving as a service assistant professor in the College of Applied Human Sciences.Read More: WVU hires esports curriculum developer
Tuesday, December 20, 2022
West Virginia University Ware Distinguished Professor Eloise Elliott is the newest member of the Cooper Institute FitnessGram Advisory Board, designed to promote life-long fitness and wellness through research and education.Read More: CAHS faculty member joins national youth fitness board
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
John Gay, EdD, loved students with drive. He could recognize those who had potential and ambition, and then poured encouragement into them to help them believe that they could achieve and do more. He was the kind of professor, dean, scholar and man whom a student would stop in an airport years later to thank him for the nudge he gave them to be better.Read More: Feature: Relentless spirit binds two Mountaineers
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