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Department of Community and Environmental Health Updates Curriculum to Offer Flexibility and Increased Skills

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health has reworked their curriculum to offer flexibility and increased skills for their students. The curriculum takes effect in fall 2018, with the start of academic year 2018-2019. Advisors … (Read More) Department of Community and Environmental Health Updates Curriculum to Offer Flexibility and Increased Skills

Yong Gao Receives SHAPE America Award at 2018 Conference

Yong Gao, professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology, was presented with the Measurement and Evaluation Honor Award at the Society of Health and Physical Educators America (SHAPE America) 2018 Conference on March 22 in Nashville, … (Read More) Yong Gao Receives SHAPE America Award at 2018 Conference

Boise State Study Demonstrates ‘Real World’ Benefits of Parkinson’s Class

Boise State’s second annual Research Month is April 2018. Research Month celebrates the diverse and fascinating array of research happening each day on campus. Read feature stories on Boise State’s research endeavors, and access a full list of Research Month … (Read More) Boise State Study Demonstrates ‘Real World’ Benefits of Parkinson’s Class

Saint Alphonsus Invites Boise State Students to Go Beyond Their Major

Saint Alphonsus, in an ongoing partnership with Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences, recently hosted the second annual Student Engagement Night. The event was held on Monday, Jan. 29 in the McCleary Auditorium of the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical … (Read More) Saint Alphonsus Invites Boise State Students to Go Beyond Their Major

Cynthia Curl Quoted in New York Times Article

Cynthia Curl, assistant professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health was quoted in a New York Times article titled “These Goldfish Are 70 Percent Organic.” In the article Curl noted that when we … (Read More) Cynthia Curl Quoted in New York Times Article

Boise State University Launches Online Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Health

With recent approval from the Idaho State Board of Education, Boise State University is launching a new, online-only bachelor of arts degree in public health. The program will begin accepting applications in early March and enroll its first students in … (Read More) Boise State University Launches Online Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Health

Students Invited to Present Scholarship at Different Conferences This Spring

College of Health Sciences students have been invited to participate in the opportunity to present research at two of the three upcoming conferences: the Interprofessional Education Scholarship Conference, the Undergraduate Research Conference, and the Graduate Student Showcase. Students are encouraged … (Read More) Students Invited to Present Scholarship at Different Conferences This Spring

Free Strength, Function, and Balance Class for Adults 50+

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology is offering a free eight-week Strength, Function, and Balance class for adults of 50 years of age and older who are looking to improve their physical function. The objective of this … (Read More) Free Strength, Function, and Balance Class for Adults 50+

College of Health Sciences Bringing Online Learning to More Students

Boise State University strives to bring accessible, quality education through online courses to students regardless of where they may be physically located. The College of Health Sciences is working to bring their programs to rural learners across the state and … (Read More) College of Health Sciences Bringing Online Learning to More Students

Register for the Spring 2018 10-Week Fitness Challenge

Students in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology invite faculty and staff to participate in the 10-week challenge. The 10-week challenge is an opportunity to improve health and fitness for the upcoming spring, give students an outstanding … (Read More) Register for the Spring 2018 10-Week Fitness Challenge