ISCORE: Then, Now, and Always



Thomas L. Hill assumed the duties of vice president for student affairs on August 1, 1997. He came to Iowa State from the University of Florida, where he had been dean for student services for the previous four years. Prior to accepting the position at Florida, Dr. Hill had served as assistant athletic director for student life, first at Tulane University and later at the University of Oklahoma. He earned a PhD in counselor education from the University of Florida and has written articles on student-athlete development and minority identity development. Before pursuing a career in the field of higher education, Tom Hill excelled on athletic fields and earned a number of honors. He was twice named Arkansas Amateur Athlete of the Year, and he was ultimately inducted into both the Arkansas Track and Field Hall of Fame and the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame. He competed in the 110-meter high hurdles competition in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, winning the Bronze Medal.


How to Cite: Hill, T. L. (2009) “ISCORE: Then, Now, and Always”, Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity. 10(1).