The School of Health Sciences at The Sage Colleges prepares expert practitioners, leaders and change agents who are committed to scholarly integration, community engagement and social justice in a diverse, global society.

The School of Health Sciences offers graduate degrees in nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition, psychology and forensic mental health and employs a team of experts who bring their research and practice to campus and to students in the classroom.

In fact, Sage’s President Susan C. Scrimshaw, Ph.D. is a world-renowned public health researcher and speaker. And Sage faculty and students are constantly involved in exciting research and collaborative projects with area health science facilities.

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Nutrition students established a program to recover surplus food from McKinstry Dining Hall and deliver it to community agencies that feed people in need.