Office: Family Food Sciences 201
Education: Ph.D. Child and Family Studies, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; M.S. Child and
Family Studies, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
B.S. Marriage, Family and Human Development, Brigham Young University
Experience and Research: Joining the Fresno State faculty full-time in the fall of 2016, Rhett served the previous year as a lecturer for child growth and development, family crisis, adolescent learning and development classes at Fresno State and Clovis Community College.
He also taught classes at Tennessee in family stress, human sexuality, parent-child relations, and served as a graduate research assistant.
His research has focused on families with young children with developmental disabilities and determinants of parental involvement among families of children receiving early intervention services.