The Health, Medicine and Society program offers a minor composed of courses with social science and humanities perspectives on health and illness. An interdisciplinary group of faculty created HMS to serve students who wish to contribute to any of the wide variety of health care professions, including administration, care-giving, policy, and research in multiple fields. In addition to a range of courses, the program hosts speakers and events designed to deepen the university and local communities’ understanding of U.S. and global health issues.
To declare an HMS minor, fill out this form: Health, Medicine, & Society Declaration Form and contact Sherry Buss in the Office of Interdisciplinary Programs, 490 Maginnes Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-758-5546.
Announcements and News
Grants for Experiential Learning in Health (GELH)
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS NOW OPEN FOR 2014
Deadline is February 3, 2014
For more information on eligibility and an online application for a GELH grant, click here...
July 3, 2013 - New Community Health Cluster selected from seven proposals. Click here...