Robin Lacy, Jr, Ph.D.
Dr. Robin Lacy has served the University of Central for twenty plus years, beginning in 1999. Hired by Carl Breazeale, Dr. Lacy has been instrumental in the continuing success of the Occupational Safety program. Dr. Lacy has served as a faculty member, program coordinator, assistant department chair, and department chair. Progressing from instructor to a tenured professor, Dr. Lacy counts the relationships with external stakeholders (companies, organizations, professional societies) as among his proudest achievements. It is these relationships that lead to continuing opportunities for the students, interns and graduates of the Occupational Safety program. In addition, Dr. Lacy pays homage to those faculty and administrators that came before him, thanking them for their support, and paving the way for his success in leading both the safety program and the AESS department: Carl Breazeale, Gayle Kearns, Candy Sebert, Virginia Osgood, Steve Allen, Gayle Snider, Robert Delano, Doug Reed, Frank Nelson, Karen Barnes, Shari Villani, Dean James Machell, Dean Judith Coe, Jan Tuepker, Pamela Fly, William Radke, John Barthell, Roger Webb, Don Betz and others too numerous to name.
SFTY 2343 - Safety Education
SFTY 3073 - Fundamentals of Occupational Safety
SFTY 3343 - Construction Safety
SFTY 3433 - Introduction to OSHA
SFTY 3443 - Mandatory OSHA Training
SFTY 4613 - Professional Safety Development
SFTY 4900 - Practicum in Industrial Safety
SFTY 4950 - Internship in Industrial Safety
Education and Certifications
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Marketing
Oklahoma State University - 1985
Master of Science: Environmental Science
Oklahoma State University - 1998
Doctor of Philosophy: Environmental Science
Oklahoma State University - 2011
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