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News and events

The School of Interdisciplinary Health Programs is interviewing three faculty for a faculty position in the Master of Public Health program in Grand Rapids. Faculty, staff, students and the greater WMU community are invited to meet these individuals at their candidate presentations, which will be held at the CHHS building on WMU's main campus in Kalamazoo. More information is below.

  • Dr. Peter Larson | View CV
    Monday, Jan. 22, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
    CHHS room 1057
  • Dr. Abram Wagner | View CV
    Friday, Jan. 26, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
    CHHS room 1093
  • Dr. Amy Jessop | View CV
    Monday, Jan. 29, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
    CHHS room 1057

About the school

The School of Interdisciplinary Health Programs at Western Michigan University brings together academic programs which focus on core cross-disciplinary, interprofessional competencies needed for effective practice in health care and human services.

The school includes the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Services, which prepares students for several of our master's degrees programs, or, on its own, prepares graduates for a number of careers in health care. In fall 2017, we launch the new Bachelor of Science in Public Health, which prepares graduates for a rapidly growing field. The Master of Public Health launched in fall 2016.

The school is also home to the innovative Center for Gerontology and the Integrative Holistic Health and Wellness programs, both of which offer a graduate certificate and undergraduate minor.

The Peace Corps health preparatory minor, which launched in 2016, provides excellent educational opportunities for students interested in a variety of health and human services professions and careers.