New role positions HEHD for success in health services

PHS professor Windsor Sherrill has been named associate vice president for health research at Clemson and chief science officer at Greenville Health System. Read more

Gimbel named to lead PHS

He has spent his career leading efforts to educate U.S. military health care professionals. Now, he is bringing that expertise to Clemson. Read more

Wright named as HEHD interim dean

Brett Wright named as interim dean of the College of Health, Education and Human Development, effective July 1. Read more

HEHD, other Clemson online programs earn national ranking

Clemson has been named one of the nation's top universities for online graduate programs, including human resource development, youth development, public administration, and PRTM. Read more

Honoring Dean Larry Allen

Celebrating Dean Larry Allen's years of service with a reception that brought together scores of colleagues, family and friends. Read more

Serving those who serve

PRTM assistant prof studying the effects of recreation & sports on injured service members & their abilities to reintegrate after returning from the field. Read more

HEHD Awards of Excellence 2014

The College ended a great academic year with its annual Awards of Excellence, which honored outstanding faculty, staff and students. Read more

Clemson football players good medicine for Anderson patient

Sometimes the best medicine comes in the form of two Clemson University football players. Read more

College of Health, Education and Human Development Contact Information

Dean's Office, 116 Edwards Hall, Clemson, SC 29634, (864) 656-7640, E-mail: HEHD | Site maintained by: HEHD Office of Communications & Public Relations

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