April 29, 2019No matter where you are in the United States, some food in your kitchen probably started its life in Fresno, California.How do you know? Vegetables, like … Read more about Data scientists mapped supply chains of every U.S. city. What it says is bigger than just where your food comes from.
Institute for Human Development
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- Lynda Ransdell, dean of the College of Health and Human Services, recently was elected an active fellow for the National Academy of Kinesiology. Becoming an active fellow indicates a willingness to contribute to the goals of the academy and advancing the field of kinesiology, which consist of serving on committees, presenting at… Read more
For the second year in a row, Northern Arizona University’s Institute for Human Development (IHD) will sponsor the 2018 Evidence for Success conference, an educational event that discusses assistive technology, American Indian vocational rehabilitation and evidence-based practice in disability disciplines.
The conference is designed to give anyone who works with or supports those with disabilities the knowledge and skills necessary to facilitate access, change attitudes and promote inclusion to allow people with disabilities to fully participate in all life experiences.
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A partnership between Northern Arizona University and the Navajo Nation provides both help for area families and opportunities for college students to get hands-on experience working with families and children.
The Growing in Beauty Partnership Program (GIBPP), part of the Institute for Human Development (IHD) works with the Navajo Nation’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services to support early intervention services for families of children up to 3 years old who are suspected to have a disability.
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