The College of Health and Human Services at WMU offers undergraduate and graduate degrees that lead to highly satisfying and highly rewarding careers that are in high demand.In a 2017-18 report, 91% of our graduates said they were engaged in careers within three months of graduation, and 89% said they were satisfied with their jobs.
Dr. Jing Shen, an assistant professor in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, was recently awarded the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders Early Career Research Award. The prestigious award will provide Dr. Shen with the ability to expand her research on speech perceptions and dynamic pitch.
Three students from the College of Health and Human Services were recently awarded the Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Excellence Award from the WMU Office of the Vice President of Research. Rachel Wilgenhof, Megan Berichon and Anika Johns have demonstrated excellence in their respective research fields.
Associate professor Dr. Tiffany Lee has been named the director of the specialty program in alcohol and drug abuse. Dr. Lee has experience as an addictions counselor, circuit court advocate and child protective investigator. Her research interests include addiction training in counselor education, diversity issues in treatment and alcohol use by college students.