Georgeson wins Tate advising award

Congratulations to Sara Georgeson, senior academic advisor in CEHD Student Services, for winning a 2016 U of M John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising. The Tate award recognizes high-quality advising at the University and honors contributions that academic advising and career services make in helping students formulate and achieve their intellectual, career, and personal goals. … Continue reading Georgeson wins Tate advising award

Kane comments on Olympic safety concerns raised by Zika virus

Mary Jo Kane, Ph.D., director of the Tucker Center and professor in the School of Kinesiology, was quoted in a New York Times article about the threat posed by the Zika virus in light of the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read the article here.

McGuire says the earlier gender is addressed with children, the better

 In a MinnPost article, Department of Family Social Science associate professor Jenifer McGuire stressed the importance of an inclusive approach when it comes to gender, and said the sooner we can talk to children regarding gender, the better. Read the article here. Learn more about McGuire and her research interests here.