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MSU editors lead state journal on literacy

January 16, 2015
MSU editors lead state journal on literacy

Michigan State University faculty members Patricia Edwards and Tanya Wright have been named co-editors of the Michigan Reading Journal, a publication for more than 2,000 educators and scholars focused on improving literacy across the state. Edwards and Wright, both based in the university’s Department of Teacher Education, are researchers with expertise in language and...
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Education influencers: Six from MSU make national list

January 7, 2015
Education influencers: Six from MSU make national list

Six Michigan State University faculty members were named today on a national list of scholars recognized for having the greatest influence on public debates about education. The Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings are published each year by Rick Hess of the American Enterprise Institute in his Education Week blog, Rick Hess Straight Up (RHSU). This...
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Mom’s exercise habits good for blood pressure in kids

January 5, 2015
Mom’s exercise habits good for blood pressure in kids

It’s been well established among doctors and researchers alike, that babies with lower birth weight have a greater risk of having high blood pressure later in life. However, a Michigan State University study is the first to suggest that the exercise habits of expecting moms can actually reverse this long-standing belief and possibly lower...
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Porter to receive ACPA research award

December 22, 2014
Porter to receive ACPA research award

Christa Porter, assistant professor of Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education (HALE), was recently honored with the 2015 Research and Scholarship Award from the ACPA Standing Committee for Women. ACPA–College Student Education International reviews research and scholarly activity of nominees for the award before selecting the winner. Porter’s research includes the socialization processes, achievement and identity...
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Barbara Schneider named AAAS Fellow

December 15, 2014
Barbara Schneider named AAAS Fellow

College of Education faculty member Barbara Schneider has been named an AAAS Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. This national recognition is awarded to researchers for their efforts to advance science or its applications. Schneider is one of three Michigan State University scientists to receive the honor this year. “Our...
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Dominguez receives awards for math education work

December 11, 2014
Dominguez receives awards for math education work

Higinio Dominguez, assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Education, was recently honored with two awards for his collaborative projects to improve mathematics education, particularly for bilingual and immigrant students. In November 2014, Dominguez received the 2013-14 MSU Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Award for his work with the Lutheran Social Services of Michigan. The...
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