Human Development and Education faculty honored for excellence
Congratulations to the following College of Human Development and Education faculty members on earning university-level awards and promotions.
Kyle Hackney, assistant professor of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Science, was awarded the Centennial Endowment by the NDSU Foundation and Alumni Association Board of Trustees.
The funds will buy a MOXY 3 sensor bundle package which students will use to measure the oxygen concentration of multiple muscle groups during exercise sessions, which will aid in the understanding of muscle energy metabolism in undergraduate and graduate courses.
Dena Wyum, lecturer, Human Development and Family Science, Mortar Board Preferred Professor award
Mortar Board is a national honor society. The award is given to a professor that exemplifies qualities in community service and leadership.
Promoted to full professor
James S. Korcuska, School of Education
Todd Lewis, School of Education
Jill R. Nelson, School of Education
Sherri Stastny, Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences
Promoted to associate professor
Kara Gange, Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences
Jeanette Hoffman, School of Education
Denise Lajimodiere, School of Education
James Nyachwaya, School of Education
Melissa O’Connor, Human Development and Family Science
The faculty will be honored Thursday, May 10, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Plains room.
Margaret Fitzgerald, Dean
College of Human Development and Education
NDSU Dept. 5230 PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Students, Faculty travel abroad on exchange program
Students spend a semester at a partner university in Romania, while faculty and staff conduct one-week visits for teaching or training purposes.