College of Human Ecology
CHE advocates and uses interdisciplinary, holistic, & integrative approaches to understand human-environment interactions. It envisions the development of human-centered, self-reliant, and ecologically stable communities by addressing basic human needs, resource utilization & management, environmental stability, & delivery of social services at the family and community levels.
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