The result? A 31-page paper that reflects 18 months of research and takes a closer look at the populations who frequent the Lancaster County park.
Congratulations to all of the spring graduates!
“The transition to academics for me was all about trying to increase my impact in making the world a better place.”
Millersville student awarded an opportunity to be a student researcher for the Institute for Research on Poverty.
The trip gave the Ubuntu Leaders Fellows professional experience in conducting research, presenting and networking on an international level.
The Stepping Stones Pen Pal project, was recently granted funding by PASSHE.
Recent updates from Drs. Downey, Frank, Jester and Wood.
Food Recovery Network at MU is a chapter of the national organization Swipe Out Hunger.