The College of Health and Human Sciences brings together scientists to enhance research that broadly addresses informing behavioral choices, improving human health, and enhancing quality of life. Our interdisciplinary research makes a global impact, enhancing the lives of people living in Indiana, throughout the United States and around the world.
With the introduction of our seven strategic research themes, representing 244 HHS faculty, we've set the course for exploring the bounds of interdisciplinary research.
Our research themes include:
- Lifespan Development
- Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease and Disabilities
- Promotion of Health and Wellness
- Mental Health
- Social Relationships and Culture
- Work, Health and Well-being
HHS strives to promote continued scholarly excellence and innovation through the provision of information, resources and enhanced collaboration among scientists as well as stakeholders.
Dorothy Teegarden, PhD
Professor of Nutrition Science
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs
SLHS Seminar: Dr. Jonathan Peelle
Monday April 14, in GRIS 276 at 12:30pm
PSY MCCS Colloquium- Dr. Peter Bruza
Monday, April 14 in SC 239 at 12:30pm
SLHS Hearing Research- Dr. B.Strickland
Thursday, April 17, in UNIV 317 at 10:30am
PSY Clinical Colloq. - Internships Panel
Friday, April 18 in PRCE 277 at 9:00am
PSY Social Colloquium - Andrew Hales
Friday, April 18 in PRCE 277 at 12:30pm