The School of HES Hall of Fame

The School of Human Environmental Sciences (HES) Hall of Fame honors those who maintain a dedicated commitment to the betterment of their professions, their local communities, and to the School of Human Environmental Sciences (HES) at the University of Kentucky. The HES Hall of Fame inducted its first honorees in 2000.

The purpose of the HES Hall of Fame is to recognize alumni and friends who have one or a combination of the following qualifications:

  • Exhibited a record of commitment and contribution to the School and their profession;
  • Demonstrated a commitment to the mission of the School; or
  • Contributed to the School through their personal or professional affiliations.

Hall of Fame induction may recognize a life’s work or outstanding achievement by a recent graduate or professional. Past inductees have included alumni with outstanding achievement, faculty and staff who made significant contributions to the School and distinguished Extension professionals. Current employees are not eligible for induction.

Save the date for the 2018 HES Hall of Fame induction honoring Geraldine Green Miracle, Marilyn Edwards-Barrick and Amy Miller VanMeter. The induction ceremony will be held Friday, October 26 at 3:30 p.m. EDT at the Hilary J. Boone Center on the campus of the University of Kentucky.”

2018 Inductees