SGPP Student Information

Virtual education conference opportunity

Education students, or anyone interested in the education field, are invited to attend the virtual Transforming Learning Summit Wednesday, Aug. 11, and Thursday, Aug. 12, hosted by Fusion Learning Partners. This two-day, virtual summit will bring together hundreds of...

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An update about SGPP commencement plans

Several months ago, we shared an update about plans for future Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs (SGPP) commencement ceremonies. Beginning in 2022, we will have only two days of in-person ceremonies to celebrate our SGPP graduates. One commencement...

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Keysser publishes research monograph

Ralf (Don) Keysser, DBA, course-contracted professor in the MBA program, recently had his second research monograph accepted for publication by Sage Research Methods. This monograph is entitled "Analyzing Project Feasibility through Financial Mathematics." Keysser has...

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Lamin co-authors book on Chinese family culture

Sylvester Amara Lamin, Ph.D., Health and Human Services core associate professor, co-authored “Chinese Family Culture: Change, Continuity, and Counseling Implications” with Jiping Zuo, Ph.D. sociology professor at St. Cloud State University. Book summary (from...

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Psy.D. student publishes article on resiliency

Carissa Coudray, a student in the Psy.D. program, co-authored an article published in the Psychiatric Times titled, "Promoting Resiliency After First-Episode Psychosis." The article offers strategies for drawing on patients’ existing character strengths and long-term...

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Important feast day for the Catholic Church

“I have abandoned this miserable body to hunger and any other misery so my soul could be content and have its usual nourishment.” – Saint Kateri Tekakwitha On Wednesday, July 14, the Catholic Church recognizes and celebrates the life of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, the...

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