Top five accomplishments of 2023

As we reflect on the collective achievements and contributions of our exceptional faculty, dedicated staff, motivated students, accomplished alumni and invaluable community partners in 2023, we are proud of our College's unwavering commitment that has shaped its success throughout the year. We continue to make a significant impact locally, statewide, nationally and even globally. While we celebrate the past year's successes, we continue to look forward to future opportunities.

-Dean Donald Easton-Brooks, Ph.D.

Distinguished Alumnus of the Year: George Hardaway ’71

Alumni highlights

MaryAnn Demchak and Brianna Grumstrup wearing Ph.D. hooding regalia.

Researchers unveil innovative remote nutrition education for adolescents with intellectual disability

Using System of Least Prompts delivered remotely teaches nutrition education to students with intellectual disability

Victoria Matthews in graduation attire

Grads of the Pack: Victoria Matthews

"I am a proud advocate and professional mentor in the fields of adolescence and disability."

Jess Robertson

Grads of the Pack: Jess Robertson

First-generation student overcomes obstacles in pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree in HDFS, "I worked so hard I wouldn't let myself give up."