Archive for May, 2015

Dr. Alenuma-Nimoh Presents at the International Journal of Arts & Sciences Conference

Dr. Alenuma-Nimoh recently presented a paper, titled, Blame The Victim and Blame Society Explanations for Poverty: Some Pedagogical Implications at the 2015 International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference The presentation focused on clashing viewpoints in explaining reasons why some people are poor and others are not. There are two broadly distinguishable ways of explaining […]

2015 Teacher of the Year Banquet

  Deb Pitton, Gustavus Education Dept. Chair, at the 2015 Teacher of the Year Banquet with Meggie and Rob Trenda, both class of 2001. Meggie was one of the ten finalists for teacher of the year! She teaches high school Spanish in Edina and Rob teaches elementary students in Hopkins. Also a nominee for teacher […]