Dr. Alar Lipping
Deptartment of Kinesiology and Health Chair
I have been at NKU for 20 years. During the past 20 years there have been significant changes in the campus landscape as new buildings and renovations have taken place. A number of new program offerings have been made to students. We have grown from a department of education to a college of education and human services. COEHS has experienced a significant increase in faculty and program offerings. In light of these changes, there is one area that remains unalterable and that is the quality of instruction and dedication to teaching that is offered to our students. I have found the faculty at NKU to exhibit a high priority to provide quality instruction to our students, as well as other opportunities, such as service learning and research opportunities, to enrich their education.