USA Alumna Dr. Adrea Hunt ( MA 2004) Receives Outstanding Early Career Award for Service at UNA
Posted on March 18, 2016 by SYANSW
Dr. Andrea Hunt was awarded the University of North Alabama (UNA) College of Arts and Sciences 2016 Outstanding Early Career Award for Service. Dr. Hunt received her Masters in Sociology from the University of South Alabama. She is a Faculty Fellow at the USA Center for Generational Studies. She joined the faculty at the University of North Alabama (UNA) in Fall 2013. Since then, she has served on 12 different committees and advisory boards. She has taken a leadership role in Title IX efforts and delivered numerous bystander intervention training on campus and in the community. Dr. Hunt has conducted over 30 community presentations and workshops since joining the faculty. She was recently asked to deliver workshops for the University of San Francisco and for the American Sociological Society. She has taught early college courses at both Deshler and Sheffield High Schools, and has developed a mentoring program between UNA and Florence Middle School. Dr. Hunt is also a Court Appointed Special Advocate for the Shoals area.
Choctaw Indigenous Potters to Visit USA CampusThe University of South Alabama and Mobile-area communities will have ...
September 26, 2023
Rediscovering Family HistoryTiffany Pogue, a Gilman Scholar and psychology graduate, traces he fam...
May 16, 2023
South Welcomes Visiting Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence | USA NewsThe University of South Alabama has been selected to host a Fulbright ...
October 14, 2022