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2017 CEHHS Faculty & Staff Recognition Ceremony

 
Thursday, April 27, 2017, the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences hosted their annual Faculty & Staff Recognition Ceremony to honor all who make CEHHS a vibrant and successful College.  The Department of Child and Family Studies is honored to announce that three of our faculty members were recognized during the ceremony.

Irma Fitch Giffels Award:  Associate Professor Hillary Fouts received the Irma Fitch Giffels Award, acknowledging her Hillary Foutssuperlative research, teaching, and service to our students and our department.

Faculty Mentor Award: Professor Emeritus Brian Barber was the 2017 recipient of the Faculty Mentor Award.  Child and Family Studies Faculty members who believe he has excelled at offering counsel, guidance, support, and encouragement nominated Barber for this award. His mentorship has helped shape the department.

National/International Professional Awards: Associate Professor Amy Rauer received the 2016 Outstanding Professional Paper/Publication Award from the Families and Health Section at the National Council on Family Relation’s (NCFR) annual conference for the following Amy Rauerwork:

Rauer, A., Pettit, G., Samek, D., Lansford, J., Bates, J., & Dodge, K. (2016). Romantic relationships and alcohol use: A long-term, developmental perspective. [Special issue]. Development and Psychopathology, 28, 773-789.

Here’s the complete listing of all of our college winners.

Enjoy these photos of the winners and ceremony.

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