The College of Applied Arts & Health was created July 1, 1969 and comprised units that had previously been assigned to the College of Education or had no affiliation. At that time Home Economics became Home Economics & Family Living. In April of 1981 the College of Applied Arts & Health was disbanded with departments moving into existing and new colleges. The Home Economics and Family Living Department was moved back under the College of Education umbrella. The name was changed in 1993 to Consumer & Family Sciences and again in 2011 to Family and Consumer Sciences.
Theses shown here are also included in the Family and Consumer Sciences community.
Submissions from 1985
Behavior of Retarded Clients as a Function of Access to Leisure Activities Oriented Toward Task Completion, David R. Keltner
Submissions from 1982
Energy-Efficient Clothing, Interior Architecture and Furnishing Designs: Consumer Attitudes, Acceptability Levels and Preferences, Barbara Parks
Submissions from 1977
Problems of Clothing Elementary School Age Children in Families of Low- and Middle-Socioeconomic Status in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky: Comparisons and Recommendations, Kay Grise