In January, the School of Human Environmental Sciences celebrated scholarly accomplishments from 2014. It was a record-setting year with more than $14 million in grant funding secured to support the research and outreach work of the School.   The individuals who lead and conduct the 14 externally-funded projects were recognized. The School also recognized those with scholarly work published through refereed journal articles, peer-reviewed books and book chapters, and Extension numbered-series publications. In 2014, 36 journal articles authored in part or in whole by HES faculty and staff were published. Faculty who mentored graduate students through the completion of their thesis or dissertation as chair of their committee were also honored.

“Celebrating the accomplishments of our faculty and staff provides a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the previous year as we begin a new year.  The year 2014 was one of remarkable accomplishment.  We congratulate all who demonstrated outstanding productivity in 2014,” shared Ann Vail, Director of the School of Human Environmental Sciences.

To view the full list of funded projects and scholarly work, utilize this link: 2014 Scholarly Recognitions.  

Author: Kim Henken
Terms: HES