Dr. Harry Heft Retires
Students and faculty honor Dr. Harry Heft, Professor of Psychology at Denison University on the occasion of his retirement. Dr. Heft has been on the Denison faculty since 1976. His graduate training was in an interdisciplinary program concerning the relationship between psychological processes and the environment.
At Denison, Dr. Heft has been a recipient of the Charles A. Brickman Award for Teaching Excellence. He has also been elected as a Fellow in both the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society. Dr. Heft serves on the Editorial Boards of the journals “Environment & Behavior” and “William James Studies,” and he is the Book Review Editor for the “Journal of Environmental Psychology.” He teaches courses in environmental psychology, history and systems of psychology, and cultural psychology.
Although he will be missed in the classroom, Dr. Heft plans on continuing his research on environmental psychology into the future.