Centers in addition to Institutes College Mission College Strategic Plan

Centers in addition to Institutes College Mission College Strategic Plan

Centers in addition to Institutes College Mission College Strategic Plan

DJ Rahdu,, Host has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal PRESENTATION TITLEPresentation as long as HHD Community Advisory Board May 1, 2015College of Health in addition to Human DevelopmentCollege of Health in addition to Human Development (HHD) StudentsA diverse student body (37% Latino; 25% White; 24% Asian/Pacific Isl in addition to ers; 3% Black; 3.5% multiethnic/multiracial).Over 50% 1st generation5,631 undergraduates students; 858 graduate students Degrees from HHD CollegeB.S. in Child in addition to Adolescent DevelopmentB.S. in Health ScienceB.S. in Athletic TrainingB.S. in Human ServicesB.S. in addition to M.S. in KinesiologyBSN; MSN (5 specializations); DNP Nursing Masters in Public HealthM.S. in Counseling (LMFT in addition to LPCC)Masters in Social Work

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Community Service by HHD StudentsOver 500,000 hours of community service done by students in the college this past academic yearCenters in addition to InstitutesCollege MissionWe provide exemplary education, research, in addition to community outreach related to human health, development, in addition to lifelong wellbeing. Emphasis is placed on both theory in addition to evidencebased practice, with special attention to the development of critical thinking, leadership, in addition to professional skills needed in a global society.

College Strategic PlanGoal 1: Excellence Of Programs To offer high quality programs that prepare students as long as professional careers, advanced study, in addition to personal growth in areas related to health, development, in addition to community serviceGoal 2: Student SuccessTo foster the development in addition to success of a diverse student body. -Increase retention & graduation rates -Close of achievement gap in graduation rates between underrepresented in addition to non- underrepresented studentsGoal 3: Faculty/Staff Support To recruit, support, in addition to retain a high quality in addition to diverse faculty in addition to staff.

Goal 4: ScholarshipTo advance knowledge in addition to improve professional practice through research in addition to scholarly activity. Goal 5: Community Outreach & Fund raisingTo collaborate with agencies in addition to professional organizations to address societal issues in addition to needs. College of Health in addition to Human Development Committed to “Lifting our Diverse Communities” Theme 1: Promoting the health in addition to well-being of at-risk youth (addressing issues of crime, obesity, physical inactivity, poverty, human trafficking, immigration/undocumented families, foster youth).

Committed to “Lifting our Diverse Communities” Theme 2: Promoting programs to alleviate education in addition to health disparities/inequities in underserved in addition to vulnerable communities (addressing issues such as homelessness, substance abuse, mental health, disabilities, chronic diseases, in addition to access to quality education in addition to healthcare). Committed to “Lifting our Diverse Communities” Theme 3: Promoting successful aging (addressing various physical/ mental health issues, including the early identification of health risks, better management of chronic diseases, reducing social isolation in addition to the risk as long as abuse in addition to neglect). State Support as long as the CSU State Support2014-2015

Funding PrioritiesBilingual Scholars ProgramStudent Success CentersCSUF Community Center as long as Integrative Health Bilingual Scholar ProgramRecruit in addition to retain bilingual underrepresented students preparing as long as occupations to reduce health disparities.Bilingual Scholar ProgramGoal: Two Scholarships/Year ($25,000 each)$ 6,300 /year as long as AY tuition$15,000 campus room in addition to board$ 3,700 books, computer, living expenses

Student Success Centers Peer-Mentor Program Peer-TutorsWriting in addition to Career Specialists Health Education & ServicesCSUF Community Center as long as Integrative HealthFostering collaborative partnerships between hospitals in addition to community health center/ agencies to promote health among underserved in addition to vulnerable. communitiesHealth AssessmentsHealth ReferralsIn-service Training

CSUF Community Center as long as Integrative HealthSupporting advanced training as long as nurses, mental health counselors, clinical social workers, allied health in addition to human services practitioners, in addition to health in addition to physical educators.Providing culturally appropriate programs that promote health in addition to resilience among low-income children in addition to families of all agesServices provided in various languages

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