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Spring 2008 Issue
As a way of experiencing the artistic processes employed by conceptual artist Sol LeWitt, more than 60 students in Professor Liz Miller's art classes worked together to create a wall–sized art project in the CSU art gallery. The result, according to one student, was "quite interesting and a little messy."
As pre–doctoral fellows, Helen Crump and Donald Mitchell bring fresh and diverse perspectives to their programs while preparing for their future professions in higher education.
Two faculty members in the College of Education conduct research that will inform teacher preparation programs and improve educational outcomes for Minnesota's increasingly diverse student population.
Drawing on his background in science and his graduate education in technical communication, David Chapman provides valuable editing services to faculty as the graduate assistant in the Center for Excellence in Scholarship and Research.
The only program in the state to receive the maximum amount of funding from the U.S. Department of Education, Minnesota State Mankato's McNair Achievement Program will expand its offerings to low–income, first–generation, and under–represented students who aspire to the doctorate.