Celebrating Scholarship at MNU
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It's Week of Scholarship and students, faculty and staff are learning about research and other scholarly endeavors that happen (sometimes behind the scenes) on campus. Fourteen faculty members' research was on display in Bell Center this afternoon for Pioneers to learn what their professors do outside the classroom.
Research topics included diverse subjects from "Distribution of Vitamin C in the Human Brain," by Dr. Arvin Oke to "Teaching and Learning through Games: The Congress of Vienna," by Dr. Elizabeth George.
In George's research students' game play demonstrated the pros and cons of negotiation in political conflict.
Professor Andrew Secor (below) explained his research on the history of mindfulness practices.
Later this week student research will be celebrated at two events Thursday: The Student Poster Session from 2 to 4 p.m. in Bell Center and the Student Scholarship Showcase at 7 p.m. in Mabee Library.