WELCOME TO THE
COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Health Sciences sets celebration of Chrysler's past, UD's present and future at STAR The University of Delaware Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus will celebrate its past, present and future when the College of Health Sciences hosts a...
Ahead of new speech-language pathology graduate students coming to the University of Delaware, the college is opening a specialized speech language and hearing clinic for the community. The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, located in the University of Delaware's...
Using your head The University of Delaware’s Tom Kaminski, professor of kinesiology and applied physiology, recently took part in a concussion media day with Triax Technologies in New York City. The day included interviews with Fox News, a lecture on head impacts...
The United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports that nearly 2 million American workers report being victims of workplace violence each year and that healthcare professionals are at higher risk. Most healthcare...
Three different members of the University of Delaware's Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) were recently recognized at the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association (EATA) Convention for three separate awards. Senior Melissa Gutheil won the EATA Quiz Bowl, a...
EXPLORE THE STAR CAMPUS
The Science Technology and Research (STAR) Campus serves as the innovation hub for the College of Health Sciences. With research, personal clinical care and state-of-the art technologies, the sites at STAR are the first step towards building a healthier Delaware.
The Tower at STAR
Health Sciences at STAR
MAKERSPACE TO MARKETPLACE
Professor Martha Hall is developing a pattern of success in UD’s wearable technology lab
For Some Children With Autism, Dance Is a Form of Expression
Here in the United States, about one in 59 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A dance study at the University of Delaware College of Health Sciences is focused on developing social communication skills, motor skills and behavior in children with autism. The study is through the Move to Learn Innovation Lab at UD’s STAR Campus, where students under the direction of Dr. Anjana Bhat work with kids for 16 weeks of music, dancing and fun.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
Our students benefit from an experiential learning experience – designed towards focusing on all aspects of healthcare. Our college’s curriculum immerses students in research, simulation and clinical care.
Combined with strategic partnerships in the Delaware community and an ever-growing Science Technology and Research (STAR) Campus, the experiences gained by our students prepare them to address all aspects of healthcare, wellness, from research and care, to the preventative and social determinants of health.
FACTS & FIGURES
From game-changing research by UD faculty to businesses discovering the many benefits of partnering with us on the STAR Campus, the College of Health Sciences is driving sustainable economic change in Delaware.
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