EHHD Dean Candidate Presentation
Reid Hall, 126
The second candidate for the position of dean of Montana State University's College of Education, Health and Human Development will interview on campus Tuesday, May 15.
Sandra Lemoine, dean of the College of Education and Human Development and kinesiology professor at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, will give a public presentation from 3-4 p.m. Tuesday, May 15, in Reid Hall 126.
Lemoine has been at the University of Louisiana since 2007, coming there from Lander University in Greenwood, S.C., where she was a professor and dean of the College of Education. Lemoine previously served as kinesiology department chair and professor at Mississippi College from 2002-2005, and kinesiology department chair and professor at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., from 1993-2002. Prior to that, Lemoine was an associate professor at Louisiana Tech University and a project director at the University of Southern Mississippi. Lemoine earned a doctorate in physical education from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1984.
Lemoine is the second candidate to interview on campus. Michael Delp, professor and chair of the Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology at the University of Florida - Gainesville, interviewed on campus May 7.
The dean position came open after current dean Larry Baker announced his retirement earlier this year. Baker has served as dean for the last three years and was interim dean twice before that. The university hopes to have a new dean in place by July 1.
With roughly 1,700 students, the College of Education, Health and Human Development is comprised of two departments: the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Development.
The Department of Education offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in teacher preparation of elementary and secondary education, technology education, educational leadership, adult and higher education, and curriculum and instruction.
The Department of Health and Human Development offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in: health and human performance, community health, health enhancement K-12, food and nutrition, sustainable food and bioenergy systems, family and consumer sciences, early childhood education and child services, counseling, and family financial planning.
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