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UMSL optometrist teams up with Delta Gamma Center to serve children, parents

TEvery Thursday, Katie Boland provides low vision evaluations with a touch of creativity and fun for St. Louis-area children and their parents...Read more.



 
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Fellowship awarded to UMSL’s Nikolaos Poulopoulos extends his research on Greek migration

The visiting assistant professor is partnering with Aristotle University of Thessaloniki toward a future Museum of Greek Diaspora and Immigration...Read more.



 
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Criminologist Beth Huebner part of research team tracking complex web of monetary sanctions

Preliminary findings suggest the impact on a person's pocketbook depends largely on his or her location on a map...Read more.



 
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UMSL social work dean brings passion, experience to the job

Growing up in Arkansas, Sharon Johnson’s experience in a low-income, Mississippi River Delta town spurred her career in social work. Last August she was named dean of the UMSL School of Social Work...Read more.



 
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Professor’s research investigates past, future of equal education

UMSL’s Jerome Morris will be the lead investigator in a study examining St. Louis’ school desegregation program...Read more.



 
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Political scientist named UMSL’s first College Professor of Global Studies in Arts and Sciences

Department of Political Science faculty member Joyce Mushaben is taking the lead on plans for an interdisciplinary certificate program in ethnicity, migration and human diversity...Read more.



 
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Richard Rosenfeld’s National Institute of Justice report continues to garner attention

The Thomas Jefferson Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice examined plausible explanations for a spike in homicides in the United States in 2015...Read more.



 
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Women in science: 3 science departments, 3 women chairs

Wendy Olivas, Erika Gibb and Cynthia Dupureur serve as the UMSL department chairs for biology, physics and astronomy, and chemistry and biochemistry, respectively...Read more.



 
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UMSL professor brings Korean tale to English-speaking audiences

Minsoo Kang's English translation of "The Story of Hong Gildong" has garnered national attention from The Washington Post, NPR and newsbooknetwork.com...Read more.



 
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Teaching with compassion earns Liz Mantych a 2017 Excellence in Nursing nomination

A career, a passion, an approach to life: Being a nurse educator has been a true blessing for UMSL’s RN to BSN program director...Read more.