Undergraduate Student Profiles

Students in the College of Health and Human Development gain tremendous experience, become leaders, and have a huge impact on the lives of people. Learn more about some of the unique ways in which Human Development and Family Studies students are advancing their own careers and helping the people around them.

Joey Schwartz worked on his leadership skills and making a difference in the lives of those around him through activities such as THON.

Amanda Maples wants to work as a child life specialist, where she would help children at one of the most scary times of their lives. Lucky for her, she found an internship in this field, and she was fully prepared for it after taking classes in Human Development and Family Studies. She also found ways to give back to the community around her and to children in need by being a part of several service organizations.

Sarah O'Donald is passionate about people, and she finds unique ways to advocate for human rights. Majoring in Human Development and Family Studies and taking advantage of innovative internship and service opportunities prepared her for a career helping others.

More students in the College of Health and Human Development

Learn more about opportunities in the College of Health and Human Development that help students develop professionally, serve the community, conduct research, learn about individuals and communities, become leaders, meet people with similar interests and passions, and find ways to improve the world.