JMU Awarded Grant for Development of Online Sexuality Education Program
The Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services at JMU has received $902,600 for the first of five years of funding to develop, implement, and rigorously evaluate an online sexuality education program for high school students.
Viewpoints on Health: Huber Memorial Speaker Series
Ready to Listen: Healing and the Ethics of Welcoming with Dr. Mary Mohrmann. Held Tuesday, September 27, 2016, 5:30 pm,HBS Room 5040
IIHHS: Collaboration Summit
Can you name the IIHHS program that helps people manage after a stroke? How about the program that did 54 condom demonstrations last year? Which program provides psychological and educational assessments to children with developmental delays?
IHHS: A Hub for Faculty Collaboration
VIDEO: The Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services at James Madison University acts as a hub for collaboration, bringing together faculty from different areas and disciplines. IIHHS connects JMU faculty and students with community members...
Gus Bus and Migrant Education Host Summer Camps
Kids playing with dirt, worms and play dough. What could be more fun? Those are a few of the activities elementary school children enjoyed during summer camps hosted by the Reading Road Show Gus Bus Program in collaboration with Migrant Education.
IIHHS Receives Mixed Delivery Preschool Grant
Governor McAuliffe announced today that the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation (VECF), in consultation with the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE), will award five grants to local communities that have proposed innovative approaches to ensure all...
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