North Dakota State University
College of Human Development and Education, Department of Human Development and Family Science
282 ELM, North Dakota State University
Fargo, ND 58108
Gregory F. Sanders is a professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science at North Dakota State University (NDSU). He has published and presented nationally and internationally on building technology and distance education capacities and on issues related to aging and families in later life. His most recent publications appeared in the journals Child Welfare, Journal of Applied Gerontology, Gerontology and Geriatrics Education and Journal of Transcultural Nursing.
Administrative roles have included serving as associate dean for Research, chair of the Department of Child Development and Family Science at NDSU, and interim chair of the Department of Food and Nutrition at NDSU. He currently serves on the board of Barnesville (Minnesota) Area HELPERS, on the board and executive committee of PATH, Inc. and on the board of Nexus. Sanders received a bachelor's degree in Human Development/Psychology from Indiana University, a master’s degree in Human Development and Family from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Ph.D. in Child Development and Family from the University of Georgia.
Ph.D. in Child Development and Family, University of Georgia, 1983
Master’s degree in Human Development and Family, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1979
Bachelor's degree in Human Development/Psychology, Indiana University, 1978