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Welcome to the School of Health and Human Performance.
I am proud to become the new Dean of this dynamic and progressive School. I am also humbled to follow in the footsteps of the previous dean, Dr. Frank Short. As Dean for over 10 years, he created an active and student-friendly environment.
The School is proud to have five units:
More than 2,000 students study in this School. Our graduates contribute to the health and well-being of the citizens of New York state and beyond. Our graduates hold jobs as:
We are proud that our graduates also go on to premier graduate programs throughout the country. Brockport graduates connect to the world around them, working to make it a better, and healthier, place in which to live.
YOU are our priority for the School of Health and Human Performance. Our faculty are committed to providing you with the best education and training. The Brockport campus is a great place for you to learn to think, become creative, and be prepared for a professional career. I couldn’t be more proud of this phenomenal group of faculty and staff.
And parents, our students are graduating with jobs that are very popular in the booming health care environment.
I am always available to visit with you. My office is in the Brown Building, Room 215. If you need to make an appointment, contact my Administrative Assistant, Pam Turner, at (585) 395-2350 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m coming to a School that has had a great legacy in the profession. I believe that the faculty and staff are ‘Changing the World, One Student at a Time.’
Mark J. Kittleson, PhD
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