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Dr. Francisco Palermo (HDFS)
Spanish-Speaking Parents can Improve Children’s English Skills through Reading and Doing Math in Spanish - 8/10/16
Dr. Victoria Vieira-Potter (NEP)
Deactivation of Brain Receptors in Postmenopausal Women May Lead to Lack of Physical Activity - 7/28/16
Dr. Clark Peters (SSW)
Lacking Family Support, Young People Transitioning Out of Foster Care Need Additional Financial Assistance and Guidance - 6/16/16
Dr. Virginia Ramseyer-Winter
EXPERT AVAILABLE: Young Women’s Body Image Critical for Good Mental and Physical Health - 5/11/16
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4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Tiger Terrace, Memorial Union
"Marketing Forum from 2004-2014" was published in the Clothing and Textile Research Journal. The article includes rankings of individuals and institutions in terms of faculty publications in the broad area of fashion merchandising.
Jung Ha-Brookshire, Associate Professor in Textile and Apparel Management, received the 3rd highest individual score; surpassed only by two full professors. MU’s Textile and Apparel Management Program was rated 5th highest as an institution nationally.Read article »
MU News Bureau reports that Steve Ball, Associate Professor in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, provided exercise advice including the best time of day to exercise for individuals to attain the ultimate benefit.
More than 33.4 million have had the opportunity to view the stories about this research online or in print.
MU News Bureau reports that Clark Peters, Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work and the Truman School of Public Affairs, found that youth transitioning out of foster care often face risk of homelessness and poverty.
More than 14 million people have had the opportunity to view the stories about this research online or in print.
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