University of Florida College of Health and Human Performance

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College of Health and
Human Performance
UF Vertical Signature.svg
Former names College of Physical
Education, Health
and Recreation
Established 1946
Type Public university
Academic affiliation University of Florida
Location Gainesville, Florida,
United States
Dean Michael B. Reid
Academic staff 54
Students 2,004
Alumni 20,500+
Website www.hhp.ufl.edu
Florida Gymnasium, primary office and classroom building for the College of Health and Human Performance.

The University of Florida College of Health and Human Performance is an academic college of the University of Florida. The College of Health and Human Performance was founded in 1946 and is located on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus. The college has three departments and four research centers. The college is unique in that the majors that are offered are inter-disciplinary in nature. As of 2007, there were 2,004 undergraduate and graduate students were enrolled in the college.

Departments[edit]

  • Applied Physiology and Kinesiology [1]
  • Health Education and Behavior [2]
  • Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management [3]

Deans of the College of Health and Human Performance[edit]

Years Dean
1946–1970 Dennis K. Stanley
1970–1986 C.A. Boyd
1986–2003 Patrick J. Bird
2003–2006 Jill Varnes
2006–2012 Steve Dorman
(Interim) 2012–2013 Kelli Brown
2013–present Michael B. Reid
Deans of the College of Health and Human Performance


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