Educating for life

The Beaver College of Health Sciences prepares well-educated and highly qualified professionals, conducts innovative research, and promotes community engagement to improve people's health - physically, emotionally and socially.

The Beaver College of Health Sciences strives to be the preeminent and most comprehensive academic center for health professions in western North Carolina. The college prides itself on innovation and collaboration in education, scholarship and service that produces high quality graduates, attracting superior faculty and staff, and transforming health and quality of life for the communities we serve.

News & Events

Primary Care Quality Improvement Collaborative

Health Care Management students in the Beaver College of Health Sciences are participating in a Multi-Payer Project to evaluate and improve primary ca...

Dr. Gary McCullough

Congratulations Dr. Gary McCullough and alumna Barbara Pisano Messing!

 Dr. Gary McCullough, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Education for the Beaver College of Health Sciences was recently named a Fellow of ...

SoundAffect: Chef, author and food justice advocate Bryant Terry talks (vegan) turkey

Chef and activist Bryant Terry gets pragmatic about healthy eating and why access to healthy, affordable food is a social justice issue we all need to...

Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Student Wins 3MT Competition

Madelyn Sharp, Speech-Language Pathology graduate student in the Beaver College of Health Sciences wins Appalachian State University's annual 3MT Comp...

Health Care Around the World

On November 15, as part of International Education Week at Appalachian State University, a panel of faculty from the Beaver College of Health Sciences...

College of Health Sciences named for alumnus

College of Health Sciences named for alumnus

The College of Health Sciences at Appalachian State University has been named for an Appalachian alumnus and pioneer in the health care industry – Donald C. Beaver of Conover.

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