SNAP Eligibility Changes

Please consider sharing this very important information with your students. A provision in the latest federal coronavirus relief package could have a major impact on our students’ lives. The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) has been temporarily expanded to allow college students easier access to the program. The provision lifted certain exemptions to eligibility criteria, making it possible for […]

Drs. Glessner and Johnson publish “The Experiences and Perceptions of Practicing Special Education Teachers During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Drs. Marci Glessner and Shirley Johnson published the article, The Experiences and Perceptions of Practicing Special Education Teachers During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the December, 2020 issue of the Interactive Journal and Global Leadership and Learning journal.   They collected and analyzed journal entries from five special education teachers who, in the spring of 2020, wrote about their experiences teaching during […]

Encourage students to participate at the Student Academic Conference

The Student Academic Conference is a tangible way in which we celebrate student achievement and the dedicated faculty mentorship that student research implies. Encourage your students to participate at the 23rd Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic Conference on Tuesday, April 20, 2021. Given current guidance regarding COVID-19, our default plan is to host the conference virtually. However, we will work […]

Undergraduate Economic Review publishes MSUM economics student’s research

Rebecca Weir, a May 2020 MSUM Economics graduate, joins students from the University of California, Berkeley, New York University, George Washington University, and Amherst College in having her undergraduate research selected for publication in Undergraduate Economic Review. Weir’s publication marks the eighth time since 2005 that this journal has published undergraduate research from the MSUM Economics program. Weir developed the […]