Division of Health Sciences
CRW is committed to the development of a healthy learning environment supportive of the internal quality of campus life, a quality of life that fosters personal growth and enhances creative, scholarly activity by providing quality recreational programs and services that complement the academic process.
CASAT's mission is to provide training, technical assistance, evaluation, research, and other services to support prevention, treatment and recovery in the alcohol and other drugs field. CASAT strives to improve substance abuse prevention and treatment services by helping states, organizations, agencies, and individuals apply evidence-based practices in the field.
Through an approach known as partnership evaluation, the Center for Program Evaluation (CPE) provides an alternative to traditional evaluation services by working in partnership with those who strive to improve the quality of life in their communities. CPE focuses on three primary areas of specialization: health and wellness; youth development and education; and community and family services.
The Sanford Center for Aging is funded in the large part through a substantial endowment made by Mrs. Jean Sanford in 1992. The express purpose of this endowment was "...to support the activities ... which are directed in whole or substantial part towards research, teaching and publicizing ways and means to improve quality of life for [older adults]."