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Fall 2008 Issue
In their combined 70 years at Minnesota State Mankato, the first three recipients of the Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award have made lasting contributions to the fields of literature, music, and criminal justice.
With the support of grant and contract funding, students and staff in the Water Resources Center are dedicated to improving water quality in the Minnesota River Basin.
When associate professor of biology Brad Cook and his students began to study the tactics employed by invasive plant species as they compete with native wetland species, they found results that belied the apparent tranquility of the plant kingdom.
When Zeke Sorenson begins his master's program in communication studies at Kansas State University, he'll be well on his way to realizing his ambition of becoming a collegiate debate coach. Sorenson credits the McNair Achievement Program and his mentor, James Dimock, for helping him achieve his goals.