Dolence, Hansen, and Zepper present at the Minnesota Humanities Center

Professor Travis Dolence (Library), Dr. T.J. Hansen (Economics), and Professor Kevin Zepper (English) presented at the Minnesota Writing and English Conference on April 7th at The Minnesota Humanities Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. The conference topic was “Changing the Narrative: Empowering Stories.” Their presentation, “Nature and Creative Writing: The Finding Refuge Project,” was a roundtable discussion regarding their project, creating […]

Minnesota Innovation Grant Awarded for OER Program

Librarians Mary Muehlberg and Colleen Gordon were awarded a small seed grant of $8,000 through Minnesota State Innovation Funding to fund the project “Creation of Inclusive OER Materials for Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum (LASC).” The project is a collaboration between the Livingston Lord Library, the Office of Online Learning, and the Diversity and Inclusion Office and will solicit two […]

A paper, by Dr. Zhu and Dr. Serdar, has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Innovation Management

Dr. Siwei Zhu and Dr. Gokce Serdar from Paseka School of Business conducted an exploratory study, which has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Innovation Management, rating as Q2 in SJR. This study conceptualizes inventors as agents that connect knowledge elements within a knowledge network. Inventors’ searches thus focus on a knowledge element’s combinatorial potential—its suitability for combination […]

Karen Joan Kohoutek Published Essay in Anthology

Karen Joan Kohoutek has published an essay in the anthology Black Panther and Philosophy: What Can Wakanda Offer the World?, from The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series. The essay, “’It’s Time They Knew the Truth About Us! We’re Warriors!’: Black Panther and the Black Panther Party,” deals with ways the themes of the Marvel film reflect the concerns of […]

School Psychology Faculty and Student at National Conference in Boston

The School Psychology graduate program faculty and students attended the National Association of School Psychology (NASP) annual convention in Boston, MA on Feb 14-18, 2022.  Faculty members Dr. Mary Dosch, Dr. Peg Potter, and Dr. Lisa Stewart also attended the Trainers of School Psychology conference on Feb 14 and presented a poster titled: “We Saved Our Program:  If We Weren’t […]