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Using Cultural Knowledge to Reduce Tobacco Use and Teen Pregnancy

Achieving health equity (or eliminating health disparities) has never been more important for those most often left behind: immigrant communities, ethnic minority groups and other non-white populations. Several organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Office of Minority Health (OMH) carry this mission forward by recognizing National Minority Health Month. […]


Second Annual CEHD Rising Alumni Recognition

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) has a long history of improving lives by educating our students on how to make a difference. The CEHD Alumni Society is proud to recognize its second annual class of twenty-three rising alumni across CEHD’s eight departments who are making an impact by: Achieving early distinction in […]


How Students Can Help Promote a Culture of Campus Safety [Infographic]

Promoting a culture of campus safety is about helping one another. From emergency situations like robbery and sexual assault to more subtle issues like depression and academic problems, it’s important for students to learn the skills needed to intervene when someone needs help. Many young people think these things can’t happen to them, but the […]


Rising Alumni Spotlight: Angela Ruggiero

With the 2014 Olympics just a few weeks away (Feb. 7-23), anticipation of the world’s biggest sporting event is beginning to build. But coverage surrounding the Winter Games is just getting started. We had a chance to catch up with Angela Ruggiero, a four-time Olympic medalist and current member of both the United States Olympic […]