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Meet our new faculty members

You may have seen a few new faces in the classroom. Prior to the fall semester, 11 new faculty members joined CHS. We are excited to have them with us and would like to introduce you to these talented additions at the College! Amy Ashmore, Ph.D. Teaching Faculty Nutrition, Food & Exercise Sciences Ph.D., Kinesiology […]

33 CHS students in newest class of FSU medical programs

Physician Assistant, Class of 2020 Total Admitted Students: 51 Admits from Human Sciences: 11 All student profiles are listed on the FSU College of Medicine website. Meghan Albano Pensacola, FL Exercise Physiology Breeanna Bacchus Altamonte Springs, FL Exercise Physiology Alexandrea Beemer Orlando, FL Exercise Physiology Cassidy Clark Cochranville, PA Exercise Physiology Sara Compton Chipley, FL […]

Meet Bella Hudson, making an impact through creativity

Isabella (“Bella”) Hudson is an advocate for helping others through the creative process. She majored in family and child sciences, obtained a minor in psychology, and took several art classes along the way with the goal of becoming an art therapist. During her time at the College of Human Sciences, Bella was a student intern […]

Student & Alumni Spotlight

Current and former students are doing amazing things. From awards to careers, we’re proud to feature some of their accomplishments. Recent graduate Jamila Holcomb (Ph.D., ’17) was selected as the 2018 recipient of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Dissertation Award. Jamila will be honored during the AAMFT Annual Conference in Louisville, KY on November […]

Meet Austin Wyant, Fulbright Scholar & Future M.D.

Austin Wyant will graduate this week with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology, but it’s only the beginning of his journey. Austin was recently selected as a finalist for a Fulbright, one of the most competitive awards that a college student can earn. The next few years are already laid out for Austin. His Fulbright […]

A look back at 2017 | Dr. Gregory J. Harris

Many know Dr. Gregory J. Harris as the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, but his role extends well beyond addressing student issues in the College. He is also a faculty member in the Department of Family and Child Sciences and commits a great amount of effort toward improving the classroom experience. Earlier this year, […]