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IIHHS engages students in career preparation by promoting scholarship, providing interprofessional learning experiences, and connecting our campus with communities through innovative programs that advance quality of life.

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Gus Bus Touch A Truck

Families enjoy exploring vehicles at the annual Touch A Truck Event

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Going to Medical School

Left to right: Selamawi ("Selam") Tilahun, Linsey Clarke, Afia Ukor, Michelle Amaya, Kim Okafor

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Gus Bus Summer Camp

Rising 1st and 2nd graders from Spotswood and Watermen Elementary School enjoyed a week of 21st Century Summer Enrichment Camp

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Features

Informatics in Health Care
07/27/2014
Informatics is transforming health care. That's why Carolyn Schubert, Health Sciences and Nursing Librarian, has been teaching a class about it each spring, starting two years ago.

Hopscotch
07/11/2014
Children who visit the Gus Bus in local neighborhoods create illustrations for the upcoming Hopscotch publication.

Child Development Clinic Doubles in Size
09/15/2014
The Shenandoah Valley Child Development Clinic expects their number of clients to double in coming years.

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Events

  • Aug 27: Invitation to an Oral Health Education Training
  • Sep 22: Behavior: School-wide to the Individual
  • Oct 28: Home Visiting: Investing from the Start - Building for the Future
  • Nov 8: Twinkling Stars Conference

A Message From the Director

Are We Connected?

Rhonda Zingraff, DirectorThis is the question we ask ourselves every day at the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services. It reminds us that knowledge is only as good as the connections it makes and that the connections between the campus and community are a mighty engine for the advancement of knowledge. We pursue innovations in health and human services by conscientiously connecting academic dedication to education, research, and service with community awareness of what people truly need. For those connections to advance scholarship on the campus and wellness in the community, they need to be sustained by the synergies of faculty and students and community leaders and engaged citizens whose interactions pay off in knowledge dividends. Read More >