Oct. 21, 2020
Antoinette Landor, associate professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science in the College of Human Environmental Sciences, was recently named the 2020 Undergraduate Research Mentor by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities Board on Human Sciences. The award recognizes a faculty member in the human sciences for exceptional performance as a research mentor to undergraduate students.
Landor’s research focuses on the effect of race on individual, relational and family health and functioning. During the past five years, she has mentored and advised five Ronald McNair Scholars, five Psychological Sciences Honors Capstone students and two Program for Undergraduate Research Experience award recipients. She has helped guide the research of more than 20 students at the undergraduate level.