School Psychology faculty and graduate students presented at national conference in Seattle. Dr. Peg Potter and graduate student Mike Porter presented a poster, “One Probe Versus Three Probes in Benchmarking Procedures” at the National Association of School Psychology conference in Seattle, Wash. Feb 12-15.
MSUM’s 2012 Combined Charities Campaign goal is $60,000, and to date MSUM employees have contributed $13,398.00. “One of the secrets of life is that all that is really worth the doing is what we do for others.” – Lewis Carroll Please consider renewing your past pledge or beginning to donate $1.00 (or more) per pay period. The needs of our […]
Minnesota Combined Charities Campaign Month Contributions to this campaign from state employees help bring hope for a brighter future to thousands of individuals each year. Please consider making your donation today! To date, only 33 MSUM employees have contributed to this year’s campaign. Total contributions are $8,126.80, which is 13.5 % of this year’s $60,000 campus goal.
Dr. Lisa Stewart presented her research on preschool vocabulary enrichment at a symposium at the National Association of School Psychologists in San Francisco, Calif., Feb 25, 2011. Graduate students Sara Heimdahl and Tara Hanson were co-authors on the project. She also co-presented a research paper on establishing early literacy goals and targets using DIBELSNext with Dr. Roland Good and Dr. […]