Mitchell delivers keynote on long-term impacts of community engagement

Tania D. Mitchell, assistant professor in the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning,┬ádelivered the closing keynote address at the Gulf-South Summit March 12, 2015, in Little Rock, Arkansas. The conference, hosted this year by the University of Arkansas and the Clinton School for Public Service, gathers faculty and administrators to share research and best practices […]

Gunnar quoted on Minnesota Public Radio News

Megan Gunnar, director and Regents Professor at the Institute of Child Development, was quoted in a recent Minnesota Public Radio story about effects of early childhood trauma and sexual abuse on later health and wellness in adults. The story, Can family secrets make you sick?, examines some of the epidemiological and preventive medicine research in […]

Alex Zeibot, teaching specialist in educational psychology, named 2015 Bush Fellow

Alex Zeibot, American Sign Language (ASL) teaching specialist in the Department of Educational Psychology, was recently awarded a Bush Fellowship in Education. Alex recognizes that Deaf students who graduate from high school have a median reading level a few grades behind their hearing peers and learn literacy skills through entirely different brain processes. He plans […]