Passionate, student-focused psychology instructor Hendricks dies
Bryan Hendricks, who became a student favorite during 12 years as an instructor in the Psychology Department, died Friday morning at age 66 following an illness that had recently forced his retirement.
“I take some comfort in knowing that Bryan got to do what he loved most — teach and meet and work with students until the end of his life,” Patricia Devine, professor of psychology and department chair, wrote of Hendricks to department colleagues. “Even after retiring in December, he continued to meet with students at Union South.”
It was the quality and drive Hendricks saw in UW–Madison’s psychology students that drew him to campus.
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