The College of Health & Human Services is dedicated to making a difference in our community and together we help people live happier, healthier, and safer lives. We prepare the next generation of workforce in a variety of clinical health professions, multiple areas within the business and government sectors, and in health, social, and safety services.
CHHS is among the largest colleges at CSULB. It is home to 11 distinct Departments and Schools, offering 13 undergraduate and 17 graduate degree programs and has over 9,500 graduate and undergraduate student majors.
The Child and Family Center, an Accredited program from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, located in the Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Building, will hold its annual open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, April 6, 2018, in FCS rooms 107 and 109.The center, a nationally recognized student-teacher training facility, provides childcare services for CSULB employees and their families for children 18 months to 5 years of age. The open house is an opportunity for families to receive enrollment applications and information, meet the lead teachers and administrators, learn about the center’s curriculum, and the only day to tour the facilities. Applications for the 2018-19 school year will become first available at the open house.For more information, visit the Child and Family Center website or contact Jodi Morinaka or Stefanie Pedigo.
Through our partnerships, the college hopes to draw together faculty and valuable community members with the common goal of optimizing our collective impact to improve health disparities, reduce the prevalence of homelessess, meet the comprehensive needs of older adults, and improve clinical service and prevention practices in our surrounding communities.
Monica A. F. Lounsbery, Ph.D.
Dr. Lounsbery is Dean of the College of Health and Human Services at California State University, Long Beach. She is a Professor of Kinesiology. Much of her most recent research has been on school physical activity policy and practices. She has conducted state, regional, and national studies on this topic. Recent efforts funded by Active Living Research, included developing and disseminating the Physical Activity School Score (PASS), examining facilitators and barriers to school adoption of evidence-based physical education programs, research translation on improving school physical education, and school physical activity policy assessment. Dr. Lounsbery has published extensively on school physical education and physical activity programs and has led national, regional and local committees on school physical activity policy related issues.