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Dorothy Brandon, Ph.D.

Education
           Doctor of Philosophy: Home Economics Education (The Ohio State University) 1995
           Masters of Science: Home Economics Education (The Ohio State University) 1986
           Bachelors of Science: Home Economics Education (Norfolk State University) 1984

Courses Taught at AAMU
           AMD 530: Special Problems      
           AMD 650: New Directions in Textile Clothing
           FCS 505: Curriculum Planning for Families 
           FCS 511: Admin/Leadership
 
          
HDF 518: Parenting Perspectives
           HDF 521: Youth Programs

Scholarship Activities
           HIV/AIDS Screening; Self Efficacy Among African Americans, 2008
           Prospective Teachers’ Financial knowledge, 2006
           Prospective Teachers’ Cultural Competence, 2005


Service Activities   
           Presenter CBDFCS Panel,  HIV/AIDS Screening; Self Efficacy Among African Americans, AAFCS, 2011
           2(8 weeks) computer basic courses for individuals over 50 years of age in the Huntsville community
           Families Advancing through Caring Engagement Strategies (FACES) curriculum presented at the statewide extension centers, 2011


Research Interests
           Developmentally appropriate activities for children, parenting issues, nutrition and obesity, and parental concerns

Awards/Recognition 
          
Certificate of appreciation and participation for outreach presentations on “Strengthening Families”