Home Economics Program founded at Florida Female College.
Department of Home Economics designated the School of Home Economics.
Margaret Sandels, Ph.D. became the first Dean of the School of Home Economics in 1922. The current department building newly constructed in 1956 is appropriately named after the school’s first Dean.
First Master of Science in Home Economics offered.
The Ph.D. Program in Home Economics authorized by Board of Control.
The Interdivisional Ph.D. Program in Marriage and Family established.
The School of Home Economics moved into the new Sandels Building.
Hortense Glenn was appointed the second Dean of the School of Home Economics in 1958. While acting as dean, Glenn worked hard to build a faculty with a national reputation, excellent teaching skills and collegiality.
The School of Home Economics is organized into four departments.
Third Dean, Margaret A. Sitton, responsible for the transition to renaming the School of Home Economics to the School of Human Sciences.
The College of Home Economics renamed the College of Human Sciences.
Penny A. Ralston became the College of Human Sciences’ fourth dean in 1992. During her fourteen-year tenure, Dean Ralston helped set the stage for the growth of the college with innovative research and academic programs.
Family Institute established.
Sandels Building renovated and rededication ceremony held.
Dr. Billie Collier became the Dean of the College of Human Sciences and Professor of Textiles and Consumer Sciences in 2006.
Center for Advancing Exercise and Nutrition Research on Aging established and Athletic Training Education Program receives 10-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
Institute of Sports Science and Medicine established.
Dr. Michael Delp is the current Dean of the College of Human Sciences.