If you have questions about gifts to the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services, contact:
Director of Development
College of Health and Behavioral Studies
ISAT 366, MSC 4112
All contributions are tax deductible.
The Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services (IIHHS) needs your help! 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. These connections allow for faculty, students, community leaders and engaged citizens to interact in programs that bring dividends to the university and the community. Your tax-deductible contribution will help us develop these resources:
- Promote the development of new and enhanced community programs that address genuine community needs.
- Promote opportunities for student and faculty engagement with the groups and neighborhoods we reach through the institute’s innovative programs.
How to Contribute to the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services
This fund supports activities that strengthen the campus and community connections of the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services (IIHHS).
Through this endowment, funds will be available each year to support learning experiences for students in one or more programs of the Institute for Innovation in Health & Human Services. Dr. Vida S. Huber came to James Madison University in July 1988 to serve as the head of the Nursing Department. In July 1999 she became interim associate dean for the College of Integrated Science and Technology; and, two years later she was appointed CISAT's associate dean. Vida Huber was a visionary in the field of health & human service. Her vision led to the formation of the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services at James Madison University.
These funds support our Attention and Learning Disabilities Center and the young people and their parents that it serves. The Baird Center promotes evidence-based interventions for children and adolescents with attention and learning challenges such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, autism spectrum disorders, disruptive behavior disorders, mood disorders and psychological conditions related to medical conditions.
These funds support personalized services for frail elders and their family caregivers, coordinated to provide compansionship and activities that reflect best practices.
The Leary-Palocsay Scholarship Endowment in Pre-Medicine provides financial support for students pursuing a pre-medicine course of studies. Eligible students are in their junior or senior year at Madison and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better.