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  • OSP Awards Hartzler-Weakley honored by OSP

    Kim Hartzler-Weakley received one of the 2017 Outstanding Faculty Awards for Teaching, Scholarship, Service and Mentoring through Externally Funded Projects.

  • CCN Student volunteers CCN empowers caregivers and students

    In Harrisonburg and its surrounding areas, the aging population is expected to skyrocket through 2030. Students are working with the Caregivers Community Network to accommodate the needs of this rapidly growing populatio

  • Gus Bus Market Day Gus Bus & BRAFB neighborhood markets

    During the week of June 19th-22nd, 2017, the BRAFB brought fresh produce to three different Gus Bus neighborhoods each night.

  • default image iTalks: student engagement in the community

    Two JMU students will present how their experiences of engaging with people in the community through human service outreach changed the direction of their careers and lives.

  • 05-24-Hartzler-Weakley-Harris-Zingraff Chasing the Madison Vision

    I am so fortunate to not only pursue my passions but to get to work with such talented and dedicated people interested in affecting change in our community.


The Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services (IIHHS) engages students in career preparation by promoting scholarship, providing interprofessional learning experiences, and connecting our campus with communities through innovative programs that advance the quality of life.


We will be a nationally recognized model for university, student and community engagement dedicated to improving the human condition.


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