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School of Health Sciences

Academic Advising
3070 Human Health Building
433 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4452
(location map)
(248) 370-2369
shs@oakland.edu

Dean's Office
Human Health Building
(248) 370-3562
shs@oakland.edu

School of Health Sciences

Academic Advising
3070 Human Health Building
433 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4452
(location map)
(248) 370-2369
shs@oakland.edu

Dean's Office
Human Health Building
(248) 370-3562
shs@oakland.edu

Noteworthy

image of a girl on a stationary bike hooked up to monitors with a man standing next to her

The new Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
explores physical fitness and human movement through
hands-on experience.   Watch Video

image of a person teaching group of people outside by a field and a tent

New Dual Degree "4 + 1" combines wellness and health
promotion with public health.  Read More

image of four men and one woman in professional attire standing on a stage with a sign in the background reading "National Safety Council"

We celebrate Darryl Hill, PhD CSP, (EHS lecturer) honored with
the Distinguished Service to Safety Award.  This is the highest
professional award given by the National Safety Council.  
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image of two safety helmets — one white and one orange

National Safety Council announces two OU students
are among 13 scholarship winners.  Read More

image of a girl riding an exercise bike with three other girls standing around her to measure her statsOU lauches new Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
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image of an outdoor fitness facilityMaking Health a Priority at OU.  Read More
image of a woman sitting on a bench in front of a brick wall holding booksOU announces newest degree program, a Bachelor of
Science in nutrition with Dr. Amanda Lynch, Ph.D, R.D,
as program director.  Read More
Kristin Landis-Piwowar, PhDDr. Kristin Landis-Piwowar named  Crain's 2019 Notable
Women in STEM.  Read More
WCPT SubgroupDr. Jackie Drouin (pictured far left) leads international
colleagues in formal approval of the World Congress of
Physical Therapy (WCPT) subgroup for Oncology, HIV/AIDS,
Hospice and Palliative Care.  Read More
Drop in sports program PontiacPontiac's grant supported, free drop-in sports program developed by OU Associate Professor, Dr. Jennifer Lucarelli, shows
continued success.  Read More
man in a blue jacket seated at a table, looking forward, with other adults blurred in the backgroundOU School of Health Sciences with community partner
MedNetOne hosts community leaders at our 2019 Healthology
Symposium.  Read More
OU-Pontiac InitiativeDr. Jennifer Lucarelli's leadership in OU-Pontiac Initiative
continues to make a difference in the community and on
campus.  
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HOP-UP-PT Physical Therapy ProgramDr's Sara Arena and Chris Wilson serve southeast Michigan
seniors through 'HOP-UP-PT' physical therapy program. 
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Dann Goble balance testing with student assistantExercise Science professor Dann Goble's study helps athletic
trainers improve concussion management.  Read More
Hands Free Cell Phone Reduces CrashOU safety expert, Professor Darryl Hill says hands-free cell
phone legislation will reduce road risks.  Read More
EHS Ranked High Among Others OU's Environmental Health and Safety degree program
ranked among top in nation.  Read More
MPH Alumni Help Local CompanyMPH alumni help local company achieve its business goals. 
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Laurel StevensonDr. Laurel Dolin Stevenson of Interdisciplinary
Health Sciences recognized as 2018 Outstanding Junior
Investigator.  Read More
WilsonDr. Chris Wilson of Human Movement Science serves also as
Director of the nation's 1st Residency Program in Oncology
Rehabilitation at Beaumont Hospital in Troy.  Read More
Photo of Daniel Goble

OU TV Focus on Faculty - Dr. Daniel Goble, creator of
BTrackS and Associate Professor of Exercise Science at
Oakland University.
  Read More

R. Elizabeth Black

Community Health Promotion:
Reaching Beyond The Clinic.  Read More

Physical Therapy Workshop

Students learn from patients and caregivers
at physical therapy workshop.  Read More

Distracted driving

OU Health Sciences student Sam Howell,
an accident survivor, and State Police
discuss distracted driving.  Read More

 Students and faculty join OU mascot Grizz to dance to the Oakland Fight Song March 21 at the  OU O’Rena.

Heart Healthy:
Dancing for cardio and class credit.  Read More

Case Study Discussion

Students and faculty participate in second annual
Interprofessional Education workshop on opiod abuse
Read More

Two bikes parked on grass next to river

OU School of Health Sciences hosts the 2018 Healthology
Symposium.  Watch Video

CEPH Accreditation


Master of Public Health Program is accredited by the Council    on Education for Public Health February 2018.  Read More

SHS Board of Advocacy and Resource Development

Board of Advocacy and Resource Development
brings health leaders together at OU.  Read More

lucarelli

OU Professor Dr. Jennifer Lucarelli named to the
Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 Class of 2018. 
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Health Sciences Assistant Professor Caress Dean talks with WXOU radio news director Sydney Rekar and student Erin Ben-Moche about heart health

Public Health Professor Dr. Caress Dean focuses on
heart health research.  Read More

Students and faculty accept award from American Society of Safety Engineers President and dean of the School of Health Sciences

EHS program recognized for excellence in
research, scholarship, and service.  Read More

School of Health Sciences Dean Kevin Ball and Oakland University Provost James Lentini stand with MIOSHA Division Director Nella Davis-Ray holding signed paper for program alliance

OU alliance with MIOSHA provides unique
opportunity for professional growth.  Read More

: Table of fresh vegetables with hand reaching out to grab produce

Healthy eating initiatives made possible with OU grant. 
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Two School of Health Sciences students stand in Environmental Health and Safety lab

Environmental research wins students grand prize. 
Read More

Event attendees sit in large lecture hall in the Human Health Building listening to speaker, School of Health Sciences Dean Kevin Ball

First Healthology Symposium celebrates
history and future.  Read More