Reynolds’ research in full-day preschool shows increased school readiness and reduced absences

Arthur Reynolds, professor at the Institute of Child Development, and colleagues at the Human Capital Research Collaborative find in a new study that children who attend full-day preschool programs have higher scores on measures of school readiness and reduced chronic absences compared to those who attend part-day programs. The increased scores showed on language, math, […]

Furco delivered keynote address at international colloquium focused on social mission of universities in the Americas

Dr. Andrew Furco delivered a keynote address, Building the Engaged University: Toward a Comprehensive Approach to Social Responsibility in Higher Education, at an international colloquium sponsored by the Institut d’Etudes Internationales de Montreal at the Université de Quebec a Montreal. The theme of the colloquium was the internationalization of the social mission of universities in […]

Konczak gives talk at Center for Magnetic Resonance Research

Jürgen Konczak, Ph.D., professor of kinesiology and director of the Human Sensorimotor Control Lab, presented to the interdisciplinary ataxia group on campus at the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research. Ataxia is a neurological disease affecting the cerebellum that leads to a loss of motor coordination. The title of his talk was “Lesion-symptom Mapping of the Human […]