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What is Health and Human Development?

Diverse fields of study that share one
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Welcome to the College of Health and Human Development

Joyce Hopson King

Our team is pleased to be a part of a collective, University-wide commitment that celebrates our diversity and is vigorously engaged in strengthening our mutual capacities to create an inclusive, safe, and welcoming environment.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion serves as the focal point and resource for diversity, equity, and inclusion services, outreach, and consultation. Our work has traditionally been focused on serving constituencies historically underrepresented in higher education, and we remain dedicated to providing the tools and support necessary for prospective and enrolled students to successfully achieve their academic goals, graduate, and pursue professional careers. We do this, in part, by creating a space where all are welcome and can develop and thrive, leading/advancing diversity strategic planning, and building collaborative relationships with staff, faculty, and administrators across campus and our local community.

Though we deeply value our connections to college and campus partners who share our desire and efforts to increase intercultural communications, advocate for social justice and equity, and enrich the campus climate for diversity and inclusive excellence, this important work cannot happen without every heart, hand, and mind.

We invite you to stop by the office to meet us in 20 Henderson Building, explore our resources, and join us in cultivating a community that embraces and celebrates individual uniqueness, respect, and dignity.

Joyce Hopson-King
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council hosts an event to create vision boards in Spring 2020.
Our students participate in various activities. Here are some examples of previous events.