Susan Koch (Academic Affairs) was one of eight graduates from the School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services at the University of Northern Iowa recently inducted into the school’s Elinor A. Crawfod & William R. Thrall Hall of Excellence. They joined 40 other individuals honored for distinguishing themselves professionally. Koch earned two degrees from UNI: a master of arts in health education in 1986 and a doctor of education degree in curriculum and instruction/health education in 1989. She served UNI as a professor, co-founder of UNI Global Health Corps, director of the Conflict Resolution in Education project, coordinator of the Division of Health Promotion and Education, dean of the Graduate College and provost for Academic Affairs before joining NMU.


To be inducted into the hall, a person must demonstrate mastery of the knowledge base within his or her profession, have made significant contributions to the profession, demonstrated scholarly activity through publications and presentations, held office in professional organizations of state, regional, national and international scope, and completed at least 10 years of service to the profession.

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