Alan M. Levine, Ph.D. has been named Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, where he will be responsible for providing strategic, entrepreneurial, and visual leadership. He will demonstrate and foster excellence in teaching, research, and service. Prior to his position, Dr. Levin acted as interim Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, Professor and Director of the Doctoral Program in Human Development, and Professor and Co-Chair in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics. In addition, he acted as Deputy Director of Research for the former Military Family Institute at Marywood University.
Did you know that young adults from the ages of 18-24 have the highest prevalence of diagnosable forms of mental illness represented—27 percent of the cases of mental illness across all age categories? It is estimated that an additional 4.29 million people in the United States would have graduated from college if they did not experience psychiatric disorders.