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The College of Human Development and Education is fortunate to have several endowments that were established to recognize faculty and staff achievements and endeavors.


The College of Human Development and Education Annual Unit Award for Research Excellence was awarded to the Department of Human Development and Family Science.   The College of Human Development and Education Annual Unit Award for Grant Excellence was awarded to the Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences.


The College of Human Development and Education Graduate Student Mentor Award is an award created by the HDE Research Support Team. This award is closely tied to the College and University mission statements and recognizes faculty for their positive impact on graduate students.

  • Ardith Brunt, Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences


The College of Human Development and Education Undergraduate Student Mentor Award is an award created by the HDE Research Support Team. This award is closely tied to the College and University mission statements and recognizes faculty for their positive impact on undergraduate students.

  • Kyle Hackney, Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences

The College of Human Development and Education Outstanding Teaching Award is an award generated by the HDE Leadership Council. This award is closely tied to the College and University mission statements and recognizes faculty for their positive impact on students.

  • Ann Ragan, Apparel, Design and Hospitality Management

The James Lebedeff Endowed Professorship for the College of Human Development and Education was established to recognize a faculty member who has been judged an outstanding teacher and/or researcher in her/his field. The award provides funding for use during the year for enhancing teaching/research.

  • Kara Gange, Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences

The Robert and Patty Hendrickson Faculty Development Fund for the College of Human Development and Education supports attendance at off-campus lectures or classes, attendance at workshops or master classes, study under master teachers and the preparation, publication, presentations and exhibition of research and other scholarly work.

  • Carol Buchholz Holland, School of Education

The Mabel Wenzel Debing Memorial Endowment provides monetary awards to deserving faculty and staff members in the College. Recipients are nominated by their peers and rewarded for outstanding contributions. 2014-2015 awards and recipients were:

  • Exceptional Contributions to Research: Heather Fuller, Human Development and Family Science
  • Exceptional Contributions as an Emerging Researcher (Assistant Professor, 1-5 Years): Won Byun, Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences
  • Exceptional Contributions to Faculty and Student Mentoring: Beth Blodgett Salafia, Human Development and Family Science
  • Exceptional Contributions as an Emerging Teacher: Elizabeth Hilliard, Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences
  • Exceptional Contributions to Learning: Linda Manikowske, Apparel, Design and Hospitality Management
  • Exceptional Contributions to Service/Outreach: Bradley Bowen, School of Education
  • Exceptional Contributions for Collaborative Efforts: Food Production Lab Team:  Ann Ragan, Sherri Stastny, and Amelia Asperin
  • Staff Distinguished Achievement: Michelle Pearson, Human Development and Family Science

     

     


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