Allied Health Sciences
The School of Allied Health Sciences at Boise State University is dedicated to Lifelong Educational Excellence. Our mission is to leverage unique health related disciplines using a collaborative and resourceful approach to deliver high quality education and scholarship that advances lifelong health.
Professional Licensure Programs
- Athletic Training*
- Genetic Counseling**
- Physical Education
- Diagnostic Radiology
- Respiratory Therapy
- Medical Sonography
*5-year (3+2) BS and MSAT
- Dentistry (PRE-DENTAL)
- Medicine (PRE-MED)
- Occupational Therapy (PRE-OT)
- Physician Assistant (PRE-PA)
- Physical Therapy (PRE-PT)
- and many more!
Faculty Research Lightning Rounds
Join us on October 21, 2020 at 3pm as the College of Health Sciences and the School of Public Service present faculty research lightning rounds in the areas of Resilience and Health.
Faculty will be discussing the following ongoing research:
Resilience for the Rocky Road: Utilizing a resilience-based framework to support first year student-athletes . Eric Martin, PhD, CMPC, Co-Director of the Center for Physical Activity and Sport, Department of Kinesiology.
Evolutionary Perspectives on Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors. Kristin Snopkowski, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology.
It’s All About Community in (Resilience) Research. April S. Masarik, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Science.
Behavioral Endocrinology: Perception and Pathways from the External to the Internal. Kathryn Demps, PhD, Associate Professor, Human Behavioral Ecologist, Department of Anthropology.
Salutogenic Strategies to Enhance Holistic Wellness. James Beauchemin, PhD, LCSW, Assistant Professor School of Social Work.
Undergraduate Student Stress, Resilience, and Campus Support. Kelly R. Rossetto, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Communication.
Mapping the Resilience Landscape among the Marginalized Populations: Insights from the Global South. Saleh Ahmed, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Public Service, Boise State University.
A Holistic Approach to Modeling Community Disaster Resilience. Brittany D Brand, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences, Director for the Boise State Hazard and Climate Resilience Institute (HCRI).Register here to recieve Zoom link for event
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