College of Education, Hospitality, Health and Human Sciences

We prepare professionals to become successful and effective leaders in their discipline, improve the human condition, and meet the challenges of a changing world.
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Welcome to the College of Education, Hospitality, Health and Human Sciences (CEHHHS)

We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees that prepare professionals to become successful and effective leaders in their discipline, improve the human condition, and meet the challenges of a changing world. Classroom-laboratory instruction, student research, service learning, professional organization linkages, and supervised field experiences in the community and schools prepare our graduates for a variety of professional settings.

Our Values

  • Excellence: Striving for excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.
  • Diversity: Valuing diversity of people, ideas, practices and learning styles.
  • Relationships: Cultivating respectful relationships.
  • Collaboration: Promoting collaboration within and outside of the University.
  • Holistic: Fostering the growth, development and well-being of all people.
  • Learning: Facilitating active and applied learning.

Outstanding Faculty

Our dedication to improving the well-being of people and meet the challenges of a changing world is reflected in faculty scholarship. To name just a few examples, our faculty study mindful eating, food safety, family stress and resilience, reproduction technologies, rehabilitation technologies, workforce development, response to education interventions, memory, stereotypes, and persuasion. Faculty members regularly work with students in independent and collaborative research.


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Field experience gives student chance to test out career option

As a basketball and volleyball athlete in high school, Audrey Roberts knew how great it felt to be healthy and active while competing to reach her goals.

Winter course in Mexico gives students special experiences

For Heidi Fliehs, an enduring memory will be working one-on-one with excited Mexican schoolchildren.

Graduate Q&A: Jay Flanery

A Q&A with one of the 750 students who received a diploma Dec. 14 at UW-Stout: