Paving the way in research for male school nurses

Paving the way in research for male school nurses

When Tom Stinson began the literary review for his doctoral dissertation topic—male school nurses working in public schools—he found almost no existing research to study. That just meant he would have to create his own. As just one of three males out of 130 school... read more
Music lover discovers English is his forte

Music lover discovers English is his forte

Paul Schmitt advises incoming college students to “leave yourselves open to experiences.” The jazz musician and music aficionado discovered he had a profound interest in writing and studying literature. For a little extra spending money, he’s mapping wetlands with the... read more
Partnering on plant research in the Philippines

Partnering on plant research in the Philippines

An ongoing collaborative research experience is giving new meaning to the term long-distance learning. Nearly 8,000 miles apart, faculty and students from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and De La Salle University—Dasmariñas in the Philippines are collaborating... read more
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