The College of Health, Education and Human Development's teaching, research and service efforts focus on public health sciences, nursing, education, and parks, recreation and tourism management.
The abuse of physical restraint and seclusion procedures in schools is the focus of Clemson University’s latest Policy Matters webcast.
Participants in the Joseph F. Sullivan Center’s CU4Health employee wellness program have the opportunity to participate in a CUFit comprehensive fitness assessment for free. Accompanied by Certified Recreation Therapists, students studying recreational therapy assess participants’ fitness and leisure activity during a one-hour session. During the session, students evaluate participants’ physical fitness level including upper body […]
BMW has extended its long history of investing in the students of Clemson University with two $50,000 gifts to the Call Me MISTER and the German language programs, respectively.
Human trafficking in South Carolina may be more prevalent than previously thought, according to a study released by researchers at Clemson University.
AdvanceSC has awarded a $40,000 grant to Clemson University for a program to improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) literacy among Upstate students. The program is held in cooperation with Tri-County Technical College and the Anderson, Oconee and Pickens County school districts.
Kathy Headley has been named senior associate dean of the Division of Collaborative Academic Services for the College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University.
The Joseph F. Sullivan Center at Clemson University now offers acupuncture services for Clemson employees and the general public.
The Clemson University School of Nursing has established a global health certificate program, focused on health issues and outreach in low resource countries. Open to Clemson students from health-related disciplines, the 12-credit certificate will involve three courses and a four-week, study abroad experience providing health education to underserved international populations in collaboration with a local […]
Clemson professor Natasha Sianko has been elected co-chair of the Service to the Human Rights Community, a working group of the Science and Human Rights Coalition for the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Lawrence Allen, dean emeritus of Clemson University’s College of Health, Education, and Human Development and professor of parks, recreation and tourism management (PRTM), will discuss “Youth Development Challenges in Kenya” as a guest on the "Solutions to the Dropout Crisis” webcast at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Clemson University will host seminars for the public covering traditional neighborhood developments and wild healthy eating.
Helping military members transition to civilian life will be the focus of an upcoming conference sponsored by Clemson University, the Department of Veterans Affairs, Upstate Warrior Solution and Greenville Health System.
Edwin Sabuhoro, a doctoral student in Clemson's Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management graduate program, is currently featured as a "CNN Hero" for his innovative program to turn gorilla poachers into protectors.
Clemson University’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center and School of Nursing Healthcare Genetics Ph.D. program are joining together to host CU FORGE (Finding Opportunities to Reduce Risk through Genetic Evaluation), a genetics-based, breast cancer-screening clinic.
It wasn’t long ago that two nursing students thought college wasn’t an option. However, with the help of the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Scholarship, both students are now on a career path devoted to caring for others and will graduate at the end of 2015.