CHHS takes on Corn Fest

When thousands of people flocked to DeKalb for Corn Fest last month, a group of Huskies joined them. More than a dozen College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) students, faculty and staff were part of the CHHS’ inaugural appearance at the

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College of Health and Human Sciences names 2021 Dean’s Student Award winners

Each year, NIU College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) recognizes one undergraduate student from each academic program with the Dean’s Student Award. Students selected for the award have demonstrated significant achievement and leadership in the areas of scholarship, campus and/or community

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It’s a Jeopardy-style event for NIU Physical Therapy Faculty

NIU Doctor of Physical Therapy program faculty members Dawn Brown, Nicole Bettin, Bob LeBeau and Joy Robackouski showed they’re experts in the field during a virtual competition held Jan. 15. In celebration of American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Centennial anniversary, the American

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School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders students take home top honors

A team of students from the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders took top honors in the first-ever Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ISHA) ethics video contest. Madelynn Parrott, Megan Nordstrom, Emily Atchison, Tiffany Jacob and Gracie Strohm are executive board members of

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Community Outreach

A little inclement weather didn’t deter the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders Outreach team from promoting their clinics on Oct. 1. Carrie Callahan (pictured) joined Joy Robackouski, Mariah Cheyney and Sherrill Morris during the DeKalb County Community Expo that took

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7th annual Interdisciplinary Case Study Event another success

Over 250 NIU students recently participated in the seventh annual Interdisciplinary Case Study Event–an event that brings together students from audiology, counseling, dietetics, medical laboratory sciences, nursing, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology to discuss issues related to providing quality health care to

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Health Professions House looks back on a successful year

NIU’s Health Professions House, a living learning community in the Stevenson A Tower residence hall, has had an active year. Residents, who all share interests in health and service-related majors and careers, participated in several events, field trips and study sessions. Read

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