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MLK documentary contributors: Still more work to be done

MLK documentary contributors: Still more work to be done

Sixty years after Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to Mankato, local education and equity leaders believe the civil rights icon would have mixed feelings if he returned today.
MLK’s visit to Mankato in new documentary

MLK’s visit to Mankato in new documentary

Two years before he gave the historic “I Have A Dream” speech in Washington D.C., four years before the 1965 Voting Rights Act he sought and seven years before being gunned down in Memphis, Rev.
Congratulations to School of Psychology Doctoral Graduates

Congratulations to School of Psychology Doctoral Graduates

Congratulations to Ashley Williamson and Ashlee Lundberg, who graduated in Fall 2021 and Spring 2020 respectively.
A space to get our hands dirty

A space to get our hands dirty

The long, cross-sectioned samples of earth brought in and studied by geography students can reveal how that environment changed over thousands of years, before and after human impact.
Gikinoo’amaagewin – Teaching: Students Learning Ojibwe Attend Bemidji Event Concluding Multi-Campus Grant

Gikinoo’amaagewin – Teaching: Students Learning Ojibwe Attend Bemidji Event Concluding Multi-Campus Grant

Minnesota State Mankato students enrolled in joint Ojibwe language classes with students from Bemidji State University will meet their fellow students in a Dec. 9-10 field trip to Bemidji State.
DevLearn Conference

DevLearn Conference

Second-year graduate students in Industrial/Organizational Psychology program along with two faculty presented at the 2021 DevLearn conference in Las Vegas on October 20-22

Welcome Dr. Elyse Farnsworth!

We are happy to introduce our newest tenure-track faculty member, Dr. Elyse Farnsworth.

Dr. Russell Fricano Named URSI Director

Dr. Russell Fricano was recently named Director of the Urban and Regional Studies Institute. He holds a Ph.D. in Planning from the University of Southern California and a Masters of City and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Arlington.

A culture that values the elderly? Show us the policy

The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought to center stage the inadequate systems to support elderly during their twilight years on the earth. What is reasonably expected to be a time of joy and rest, even if accompanied by health challenges, is now fraught with layer upon layer of fear