College of Health and Human Services

The College of Health and Human Services educates California’s nurses, police officers, social workers, speech therapists and physical therapists, giving them high-quality instruction that prepares them for leadership roles in their discipline and community.

Introduction: From College to CareerPlay Clip

Physical Therapy sessionThe magazine welcomes Fred Baldini, dean of the College of Health and Human Services, and health science major Rosemarie "Rosie" Dauz, who shares her plans for a career in the health profession. Baldini provides insights into the college and its close connection to the Northern California community.

School of NursingPlay Clip

Camerata CapistranoProfessor and practicing nurse Denise Wall Parilo gives an update on the School of Nursing’s new home in Folsom Hall, and student Sandy Chin talks about the good work performed in the community by nursing students.

Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology

Play ClipChild in speech therapySince 1952, Sacramento State has educated and trained students for careers in speech-language pathology and audiology. Department Chair Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin tells about the department’s service to students and the community, and student Nora Shimoda talks about her involvement with Roseberry-McKibbin’s ongoing children’s book drive, Love-Talk-Read.

Department of Physical TherapyPlay Clip

One Book EventStudent Elaine Gardner, who holds a doctorate in physical therapy, shares her Sacramento State experiences, and Professor Michael McKeough describes the great work students and faculty do for patients from the community.

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