Barbara and Dave Underriner, ’81, recently created the first endowed public health scholarship in the CPHHS at Oregon State University, providing funding to students to reduce the financial barrier to obtaining their degree.
CPHHS honors 2020 graduates
Field mentors from 35 Human Development and Family Sciences (HDFS) internship sites converged on Oregon State University’s campus on August 31 for the inaugural Field Education Mentor Summit. The free continuing education event provided an opportunity to create awareness, share best practices, network, receive help completing a learning plan and offer a space to have discussions and ask questions.
What do you want to be when you grow up? And if you’re doing it, what did you do to get there? How did you know it’s right for you? The number of opportunities after graduation feels limitless to many students. But opportunity can also feel daunting. How do you know that your passion and […]
As the first accredited college of public health and human sciences in Oregon, CPHHS faculty and staff are the backbone behind the college’s past achievements and those to come in the future.
“Practice gratitude, starting with your education that is such a privilege,” Vicki says.
“Everyone knows that physical activity is important, yet the majority of people are still inactive,” says David Schary. “I want to help bridge this gap by making research results applicable, fun and inspiring. This will hopefully not only educate people, but also empower them to take the research and apply it to their lives.”