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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Winter 2010

Page address: http://grad.mnsu.edu/research/frontiers/winter2010/

Winter 10 Issue

Frontiers Magazine

Contents

Honoring Possibility and Potential

Honoring Possibility and Potential

Without knowing it, Dr. Chris Corley had been preparing to become the director of Minnesota State Mankato’s Honors Program for years. A former honors student at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, Corley candidly acknowledges that his honors experience changed the course of his life.

 
Searching for a Disorder's Root in the Family Tree

Searching for a Disorder's Root in the Family Tree

Clinical psychology graduate student Kendra Homan's research with Mayo Clinic uncovered a correlation between psychiatric disorders in mothers and ADHD in children.

 
Expanding the Borders of Language Learning

Expanding the Borders of Language Learning

Three new Fulbright student scholars are focused on making the most of their time here. They share an ambition: to use what they learn to help individuals and communities in their home regions of the world.

 
Engendering a New Model of Addiction and Treatment

Engendering a New Model of Addiction and Treatment

Assistant professor of counseling and student personnel Jennifer Pepperell hopes her book will improve treatment services for women and girls with addictions. She is co-author of Women, Girls, and Addiction: Celebrating the Feminine in Counseling Treatment and Recovery.

 
Unlocking Women Prisoners Reentry Experiences

Unlocking Women Prisoners Reentry Experiences

Minnesota State Mankato sociology and corrections professors Vicki Hunter and Kim Greer hope their 4-year study reveals whether self-perception is related to women prisoners’ ability to successfully transition from prison.

 
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