Montana State University

People in Education: Haynes and Hunts receive top national awards

June 18, 2007

Subscribe to MSU Newsletters


Bobcat Bulletin is a weekly e-newsletter designed to bring the most recent and relevant news about Montana State University directly to friends and neighbors via email. Visit Bobcat Bulletin.

MSU Today e-mail brings you news and events on campus thrice weekly during the academic year. Visit the MSU Today calendar.

MSU News Service
Tel: (406) 994-4571
msunews@montana.edu
The 2007 Montana Association of Family and Consumer Sciences has honored two Montana State University faculty members.

The organization named Deborah Haynes as the 2007 Outstanding Professional and Holly Hunts as the 2007 recipient of its Leaders' Award.

Haynes, an MSU associate professor of consumer science, and Hunts, MSU associate professor of family and consumer science education and extension, were honored in recognition of their outstanding professional contributions to the field through their involvement with AAFCS.

The awards were presented on April 13 at the annual Montana Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Conference held in Big Timber. The prestigious Leaders Award began with the AAFCS 75th anniversary in 1984 when it was established to identify and honor family and consumer sciences professionals. The American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences presents national awards in June 2007 in Reno, NV.

Contact: Deborah Haynes at (406) 994-5013 or dhaynes@montana.edu, Holly Hunts (406) 994-7983 or hhunts@montana.edu