Through the Excel! Research Scholars Program, junior Divine Zheng examined whether states that are rated as having robust and comprehensive content standards in regard to the civil rights movement actually wind up with more comprehensive textbooks.
Assistant professor of English Christopher Santiago won the 2016 Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry. His book, Tula,, which focuses on his experience as the son of immigrants, will be published by Milkweed Editions in December.
Blake Rondeau ’16, a veteran himself, has dedicated his education and career to helping veterans. Most recently, that included acting as a discussion leader as part of the Minnesota Humanities Center's Echoes of War program.
The new St. Thomas E-Learning and Research (STELAR) center, located in the lower level of O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library, will open Nov. 10. An open house will be held for all faculty interested in learning about and testing new technology.
This week's notes feature faculty Stephen Brookfield, William Cavert, Vanessa Cornett-Murtada, John Froula, Karen Howard, Mike Klein, John Martens, Jeni McDermott, Debbie Monson, Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer, William Ojala, Lisa Prevette, Buffy Smith, Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan, William Stevenson, Lisa Waldner and Christian D. Washburn; staff Artika Tyner; students Chad Arnhold, Dan Conrad, Anna Folska, Kiersten Idzorek, Francesca Ippoliti, Ryan B. Johnson, Kara Kassekert, Jack Kellner, Laura Kvasnicka, Maria Neuzil, Claire Spangenberg, Michael Stodolka, Samantha Whitcomb, Thomas Wieser and Divine Zheng.
This week's notes feature faculty David Alexander, Candace Chou, Bryana French, Peter Gregg, John D. Holst, David Jamieson, Len Jennings, Michael Naughton, Michael O'Donnell, Sandy Rathod, Salina Renninger, Erika Scheurer; and staff Talia Nadir and Linda Sloan.
This week's notes features faculty Carole Bagley, Robert Barnett, Bill Brendel, Jean Davidson, Heidi Giebel, Bruce Gleason, David Jamieson, Anne King, R. Mary Lemmons, Steven McMichael, Mark Neuzil, Doug Orzolek, Deborah Savage, Kate Schaefers, Susan Stabile, Nancy Weidenfeller and Meg Wilkes Karraker; and staff Karen Harthorn.
Classes from the departments of Business, Theology, Sociology, Justice and Peace Studies (JPST), Biology, and Health and Human Performance all gathered at the end of April to discuss HIV and AIDS, and how they could work together to have more effective and well-rounded approaches to solving problems.
For Laura Roberts, who is Anshinaabe from the Red Lake Nation and Dakota from the Santee Nation, a desire for passion and meaning in her work has culminated in an internship with the American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF).