Dr. Donna Hancock Hoskins
Assistant Professor of Health & Human Sciences
Office: Moomaw Hall 105
Education: Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Science, University of Georgia; Master's degree in Career and Technical Education, University of Kentucky
Teaching Fields: Parent-Child Relationships, Sociology of the Family, Human Development Across the Life Span, FCS education (Occupational Program Management) and Family Economics
Research Interests: Consequences of parenting on adolescent outcomes, specifically, predicting the risk of teenage pregnancy among African Americans using a social contextual approach.
Other Roles on Campus: Student and new professional representative for the National Council on Family Relations, advisor for the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club
Outside Interests: Interior design, walking