Tiffany Heng Moss was named dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources in December 2018 after serving as interim dean for 18 months. As an administrator in the college, Heng-Moss has led the development of IANR’s graduate education strategic framework, college-level attributes, and three college-wide academic degree programs, including an individualized program of study.
Prior to her appointment as interim dean, Heng-Moss taught and developed courses in the Department of Entomology for both undergraduate and graduate students. She also led the development and implementation of the college's bachelor's degree program in insect science.
Heng-Moss has received the University of Nebraska's Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Creativity Award. She has authored and co-authored more than 90 refereed teaching and research articles, with her research focused primarily on insect science and pest management. Her research and teaching programs have secured over $50 million in grants and foundation support.
Heng-Moss received her Bachelor of Science in horticulture in 1995, her Master of Science in entomology in 1997, and her Ph.D. in entomology in 2000. All degrees were awarded from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.