Glen G. Gilbert, Dean
Angela Lamson, Associate Dean for Research
David P. Loy, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Academic Affairs
Susannah W. Berry, Teaching Instructor and Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies and Assessment
The College of Health and Human Performance is dedicated to the promotion of health and well-being through basic and applied research, service, and professional training of its students. Programs of study in the college provide a foundation for professional practice in the fields of health education and promotion, human development and family science, interior design and merchandising, kinesiology, recreation and leisure studies, social work, and military studies. The College of Health and Human Performance offers baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degree programs.