SLP Students Learn Oral Mechanism Exams from Dentist

Dr. Joshua E. Cohen, DDS, a dentist in San Diego worked with speech-language pathology graduate students this past month and taught them how to perform oral mechanism examinations on children at the Center for Children and Families (CCF). After learning about this skill during his lecture, the students practiced examining children at CCF while beingContinue reading “SLP Students Learn Oral Mechanism Exams from Dentist”

Visit Student Services in the College of Education, Health & Human Services

Interested in learning more about degree programs in the College of Education, Health & Human Services? We have programs in Education, Nursing, Kinesiology, Speech Language Pathology, Social Work, Human Development and Public Health. Contact Student Services for more information: Office Information Located at: University Hall Suite 221: Graduate & Credential Students University Hall Suite 222: Undergraduate StudentsContinue reading “Visit Student Services in the College of Education, Health & Human Services”

2018 CEHHS Promotion & Tenure Recognitions

Please join us in congratulating the professors who were promoted this year in the College of Education, Health & Human Services: Madeline Lee, Associate Professor and Tenure Social Work Department Sinem Siyahhan, Associate Professor and Tenure School of Education Jacqueline Thomas, Associate Professor and Tenure Social Work Department Rong-Ji Chen, Professor School of Education Erika Daniels,Continue reading “2018 CEHHS Promotion & Tenure Recognitions”

Kinesiology Students Wear Goggles and Learn about the Effects of Alcohol

Dr. Laura de Ghetaldi’s students in Kinesiology 405 (Health and Drug Education) and HSCI 200 (Personal Health and Wellness) courses recently participated in outdoor classes as part of their studies learning about the effects of alcohol.   Students participated in a variety of activities but one of them focused on using “Fatal Vision Goggles” thatContinue reading “Kinesiology Students Wear Goggles and Learn about the Effects of Alcohol”

CEHHS dibs the “Stairway to Student Success” in an effort to support the “Student Emergency Fund”

Signs Calling ‘Dibs’ Pop Up on Campus By Christine Vaughan Nearly 60 signs calling “dibs” have popped up around campus as part of a playful employee giving campaign where faculty and staff have temporarily named a campus landmark and, in doing so, eliminated a funding gap for a vital student resource. While employee bragging rightsContinue reading “CEHHS dibs the “Stairway to Student Success” in an effort to support the “Student Emergency Fund””

William Felty leads UPD in 22 pushup Challenge on Cougar Blue Thursday

Pushup Challenge a Nonstop Cause for CSUSM Student, Marine Vet Please feel free to post  using the hashtag #battlebuddies2018 #BeThere   Message from William: For Vets, Military Service Members, and anyone looking for assistance for a Vet check-out the Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 OR https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/ For non-military Service Members looking for assistance, check out the National SuicideContinue reading “William Felty leads UPD in 22 pushup Challenge on Cougar Blue Thursday”