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Male graduate celebrating
We offer our sincere and hearty congratulations to the CHHS class of 2021! 
nataly aceves
Haley Adel and Nataly Aceves are Master of Science in Nutritional Science students who had the opportunity to work with the Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach to research and assess the nutrition program for children. Through their experiences, they were able to identify the needs within their nutrition education for children. Using this information, their team was able to craft four lesson plans, which were presented to the children in the program. Haley and Nataly shared their experiences with...
juan gutierrez
The College of Health and Human Services prides itself in our various departments and schools, which continue to provide students with opportunities to expand their knowledge in their field and explore other professional learning experiences. Master of Social Work student Juan Angel Gutierrez is a prime example of this mission. He was recently accepted into the Council on Social Work Education’s Minority Fellowship Program (MFP). CSWE’s Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) supports the mission of...
dr samuel ward
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) announced the election of CSULB Department of Physical Therapy Alumni, Samuel R. Ward, PT, Ph.D., to its College of Fellows.
meghan orr
Last semester, The Career Development Center hosted the CSULB Internship Essay Contest as a part of Internship Week. The contest was open to enrolled CSULB students who have participated in an internship, fieldwork, or student teaching assignment during Fall 2019 or Spring/Summer 2020. Meghan Orr, graduate student in the Master of Social Work program was one of the winners of the Internship Essay Contest and shared her experience reflecting on her academic and professional life. 
gabriel murray
One of the goals that programs within the College of Health and Human Services encourages is networking with professionals within each student's industry. Gabriel Murray is a Family and Consumer Sciences - Fashion Merchandising major who has had the opportunity to create a valuable working relationship with Wendy Manasse, who frequently takes in interns within the program at CSULB. Read more below as he shares his experiences in the industry and why networking is important to a student's...