Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) will be hosting three events during Parent Spring Summit 2020. The events are tailored specifically to parents of undergraduates majoring in Psychology, Health Sciences, and Applied Human Physiology.
Here is the schedule for parents of CHBS students:
- Feb 22- 12:00 p.m. – Parent lunch at Crean Hall $15/person
- Feb 22- 12:30 p.m. – Career Readiness, presented by CHBS Career Advisor, Heidi Swanson
- Feb 22- 1:30 p.m. – Dialogue with the Dean, presented by CHBS Dean, Dr. Janeen Hill (DWTD)
Out of the three events, DWTD is the one we most encourage parents to attend. Here are the top three reasons to go:
Dean Hill’s presentation contains tons of useful information including updates on present and future college initiatives and involvement opportunities for parents within the college.
If your parents love information, DWTD is a must-go! The presentation gives parents a comprehensive look at all of the services and offerings available to their students. It provides education and career data relevant to those pursuing health-related professions. Finally, it informs parents on the multiple ways they can stay engaged and be heard.
Following the brief presentation, the floor is open for a Q & A session with parents.
Parents are invited to ask questions, raise concerns, and provide feedback on their student’s experiences. It is a rare opportunity for parents and University leaders to share thoughts and insights directly with each other in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
It is a great opportunity for CHBS parents to meet each other.
In the process of chatting, parents often discover shared interests and common ground. Almost everyone who attends DWTD comes away with new friends.