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, September 30, 2022
A passion for influencing children to thrive prompted Amber Nichols to shift gears in her career to become an educator.Read More: Expanding a career to inspire the lives of children
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Elementary education graduate Josephine Valentine is one of five West Virginia University alumni selected for a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to teach English or conduct research abroad over the next year while building cross-cultural relationships.Read More: Education graduate awarded Fulbright Scholarship to build community abroad
Monday, September 19, 2022
One of every four children in the United States has a parent wrestling with drug or alcohol addiction, based on national data, and is at risk of developing a substance use disorder later in life.Read More: Project TRAIN lays a new track to support children affected by addiction at home
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
When it comes to keeping the lines of communication open after a divorce, West Virginia University researchers Jonathon Beckmeyer and Jessica Troilo say you can have far too much of a good thing.Read More: WVU research shows healthy communication after divorce should be all about the kids
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