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School of Human Services
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News & Events
Dr. Tommy Aicher, Associate Professor and Program Director, Sport Administration was recognized with the School of Human Services Outstanding Service Award and the CECH Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence.
Brittany L. Rosen PhD, CHES, Assistant Professor in the Health Promotion and Education Program, is the proud recipient of the 2016 American School Health Association’s Emerging Professional Award. This award acknowledges new professionals as promising future leaders in the field of school health and is granted to individuals who positively impact youth within the K-12 school setting. Her contributions to the field of health education include working with the Texas Freedom Network to advocate comprehensive sexuality education in the school setting and serving as the ASHA Sexuality Education and Reproductive Health Council Member Secretary. Dr. Rosen was presented with the Emerging Professional Award at the 2016 ASHA Annual Conference on Friday, October 7th.
SHS Faculty Receive Golden Apple Awards
The Golden Apple Award is a CECH student-voted honor awarded each year to faculty members, from each academic program, who demonstrate excellence in teaching and student-faculty relations. This year’s Golden Apple Award recipients from the School of Human Services are (shown L-R) Dr. Julia Buchanan, Undergraduate Health Education; Dr. Jason Simmons, Sport Administration; Dr. Jill Minor, School Counseling; Dr. George Richardson, Substance Abuse Counseling; Dr. Michael Brubaker, Counseling; and (not pictured) Dr. Liliana Rojas-Guyler, Graduate Health Education.