College of Health and Human Sciences

The College of Health and Human Sciences capitalizes on the synergistic relationships between the departments of human performance and leisure studies, psychology, sociology and social work, and nursing.

The college develops advanced academic health science programming, enhances the production of healthcare practitioners as well as faculty research and scholastic activity.

 

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Drones Prove an Agile, Affordable Mechanism to Inspect Aging Civil Infrastructure

In October 2019, N.C. A&T associate professor Dr. Ali Karimoddini, will assist NCDOT on a project titled “Developing a Safe and Cost-effective Flight Control Methodology for a UAV-enabled Bridge Inspection."

COAACH at N.C. A&T to Host Second Caregiver College

The Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s, Aging and Community Health, (COAACH) will host the second annual COAACH Caregiver College (C3), June 10 – 13, 2019.

Smith-Jackson Named Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

A longtime award-winning leader in science education and research who most recently spent a year as a program director at the National Science Foundation has been named senior vice provost for Academic Affairs at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.