Congratulations. Crystal Duncan-Lane who has been awarded $4,000 for the Kappa Omicron Nu Ruth E. Hawthorne Research Grant and the National Alumni Chapter Award for her research program, “Tracing the Pink Ribbon: Investigating Family Resilience in Women with a History of Breast Cancer.” Crystal is an assistant professor in the School of Family and Consumer Sciences and completed her doctoral work at Virginia Tech. Her goal is to contribute to knowledge surrounding family resilience and how it might be used by mental health clinicians and health care providers to better serve the breast cancer population.
Several FCS faculty members were honored at a recent event by the Office of Disability Services. FCS had the largest representation of faculty and students.
Those faculty who were honored included:
Here’s the recent DEN link to give you some background: http://www.dennews.com/news/campus/professors-provide-help-for-students-with-disabilities/article_67ea2ff8-9c19-11e2-bbe4-001a4bcf6878.html