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SU College of Human Ecology highlights graduate studies during Feb. 28 open house
SU College of Human Ecology highlights graduate studies during Feb. 28 open houseFebruary 10, 2009Michele Barrettmibarret@syr.edu
Syracuse University faculty and current students will welcome potential graduate students interested in child and family studies, marriage and family therapy, nutrition science and dietetics, and social work during the College of Human Ecology’s Spring Open House on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 1-3 p.m. in Lyman Hall. Free parking is available in SU lots.
Admissions staff will be available at the open house to meet with students and provide information on academic programs, scholarships and housing. For more information, and to R.S.V.P. for the event, call (315) 443-5555 or e-mail HumanEcology@syr.edu.
The College of Human Ecology is dedicated to excellence in professional academic education and integrates Scholarship in Action as a philosophy and method in all of its degree programs. The college brings together a rich history of academic programs whose signatures of social responsibility and justice join new and evolving majors reflective of educating global citizens whose leadership can-and does-change the places and peoples where they live and work.
Previously known as the College of Human Services and Health Professions until it was renamed in 2007, the College of Human Ecology hosts seven departments with strong roots in Syracuse University history. They are the Child and Family Studies; Health and Wellness; Hospitality Management; Marriage and Family Therapy; Nutrition Science and Dietetics; Sport Management; and the School of Social Work.