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Athens, GA 30602
History of home economics/family and consumer sciences
Family resource management
Meeting families' basic human needs. Leadership development in higher education administration.
|1976||Ph.D.||Family Economics||University of Missouri
|1967||M.A.||Family Life Education||Teachers College, Columbia University
|1965||B.S.||Home Economics Education||Kansas State University
Nickols, S. Y. & Nielsen, R.B. (2011). "So many people are struggling": Developing social empathy through a poverty simulation. Journal of Poverty, 15 (1), 22-42.
Williams, N.R., & Nickols, S.Y. (2011). Traversing the bumpy road of learning: Exploring faculty experiences in an international service-learning program in Tanzania. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 17 (1), 76-95.
Nickols, S.Y., Andress, E.L., Peek, G.G., & Nickols-Richardson, S.M. (2010). Seeking food security: Environmental factors influencing home food preservation and wellness, Part I: 1910-1959. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 39 (2), 122-136.
Nickols, S. Y. (2001). Family and consumer sciences in the United States. In Paul B. Baltes & Neil J. Smelser (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 8, (pp. 5279-5286). Oxford, England Elsevier Science, Ltd.