August 18 , 2021
CSULB Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation, and Leadership Training Receives Nearly Million Dollar Grant to Support Food and Human Sciences
The Center for Latino Health received a third USDA grant for $975,314 to support the "Leveraging Interdisciplinary Nutritional Knowledge (LINK) Program".
July 1 , 2021
We offer our sincere and hearty congratulations to the CHHS class of 2021!
May 20 , 2021
The College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) is excited to announce that Mary Sramek (pronounced “Ceramic”) joined the CHHS team on May 1, 2021, as the Director of the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden (EBMJG).
April 21 , 2021
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...