Dr. Richard B. Williams, Dean
Dr. Jeffrey E. Edwards, Associate Dean for External Affairs
Dr. Marcia A. Miller, Associate Dean for Academics, Executive Director of Nursing programs
Dr. John C. Ozmun, Associate Dean for Student Services
College Offices: Office of the Dean, Nursing Building, room 412
Student Services and External Affairs, Health, and Human Services Building, room C-31
Academics, Nursing Building, room 413
Web site: http://www.indstate.edu/nhhs
The College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services was created on July 1, 2007 with the intention to increase the visibility of health professions at ISU, empower the faculty who advocate for health professions, promote greater collaberation between health-oriented units, attract external recources, initiate and develop new health-related programs, strenghten ties with community partners, and to better meet regional and state needs.
With this purpose, the college is committed to the mission of inspiring professionals and students through an interdisiplinary approach while developing skilled leaders, educators, researchers, and innovators in nursing, health, and human services. The college’s programs focus on the core values of caring, health, integrity, respect, and performance with the vision of becoming eminent in providing qualified professionals serving diverse populations through learning, leadership, scholarship, innovation, and community engagement. Faculty and staff are committed to providing students with a supportive learning environment that is progessive, challenging, and creative. Students have the opportunity to obtain the necessary skills and credentials to become competent practicing professionals. Through responsive, collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, students, alumni, schools, and buisness and industry the mission of the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services’ programs is to propagate and end product of high esteem which impacts societal needs.