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Area: HS - NUTRdlavanty@kent.edu
I earned a B.A. in Psychology from Marymount University (Arlington, VA) and an M.S. in Family and Consumer Science (emphasis: Human Nutrition) from New Mexico State University. I am a registered dietitian and an accredited practising (sic) dietitian in Australia, and a member of both The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and the Dietitians Association of Australia. I worked as a clinical dietitian at the Cleveland Clinic before joining the faculty at Kent State University in 2006. I taught full time from 2006-2010 in the Nutrition Program at the Kent, Twinsburg and Geauga campuses, and then moved to Olympia, WA in 2010 where I worked as a renal dietitian in a large, hospital-based dialysis unit. Since January 2012 I have resided in Melbourne, Australia where I continue teaching on-line classes for the Nutrition Program at KSU.
Daniel MahonyDean and Professor 408 White Hall
Area: FLA - SPADdmahony@kent.edu
Dan Mahony is the Dean of the College of Education, Health, and Human Services and a professor of sport management. Prior to coming to Kent State University, he spent 13 years as a faculty member and administrator at the University of Louisville. His administrative positions included sport administration program director, department chair, associate dean, assistant provost, and associate provost. Before becoming a faculty member, he worked in both public accounting and intercollegiate athletics. Dan has a B.S. in accounting from Virginia Tech, an M.S. in sport management from West Virginia University, and a Ph.D. in sport management from Ohio State University. He is an active researcher in the areas of sport consumer behavior and intercollegiate athletics and has published over 50 articles in various refereed journals, several book chapters, and one book. Dan is a NASSM Research Fellow and won the 2007 Earle F. Zeigler Award from the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) for his research contributions to the field. He also served as President of NASSM from 2003-2004.
Dr. Jennifer Ray-Tomasek100 Nixson Hall