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HES Names Second Cohort of Faculty Scholars

he College of Human Environmental Sciences recently named the second group of HES Faculty Scholars. For the next two years, these individuals will carry named titles and receive additional resources to support their work.

The HES Faculty Scholars initiative was made possible by donors who established endowments in support of faculty. “The HES Faculty Scholars program represents the perfect union between our amazing faculty and the generosity of our donors and supporters,” said Sandy Rikoon, Dean of the College of Human Environmental Sciences. “A key strength of our College is the excellence of our faculty, and it is contributions to the College from our alumni and friends that allow us to recruit and retain the best faculty in the country.”

Selected by unit leaders, HES Faculty Scholars are designated either Research Scholars or Teaching Scholars. Research Scholar titles recognize the demonstration of research excellence and plans for research production and productivity over the two years of the award. Teaching Scholar awards are for contributions to educational scholarship and pedagogy.

2019-2021 Faculty Scholars

Michael GoldscmidtMichael Goldschmidt
Associate Teaching Professor
Architectural Studies
Hazel Hatcher HES Teaching Scholar

Jill KanaleyDr. Jill Kanaley
Professor
Nutrition and Exercise Physiology
Treva Kintner HES Research Scholar

Sarah KillorenDr. Sarah Killoren
Associate Professor
Human Development and Family Science
Treva Kintner HES Research Scholar

Jean ParsonsDr. Jean Parsons
Professor
Textile and Apparel Management
Treva Kintner HES Research Scholar

Dr. PrebleDr. Kathleen Preble
Assistant Professor
School of Social Work
Treva Kintner HES Research Scholar

Deanna SharpeDr. Deanna Sharpe
Associate Professor
Personal Financial Planning
Hazel Hatcher HES Teaching Scholar