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New Course: Technology and Young Children

Posted: Aug. 8, 2014

If you are looking for an interesting interactive online supporting course in the HDFS area, consider HDFS 3550: Technology and Young Children. Students will learn how electronic technology impacts the development of young children in educational, home, and community environments, and how technology can be used to enhance teaching and learning. Students will be critical thinkers and informed consumers of technology related to young children. You will be studying with students from several universities, and that should make for a great learning experience. You can see the course on MyZou.


Graduate School Awards for HDFS

Posted: May 8, 2014

The HDFS graduate students selected Adam Galovan as the outstanding graduate student this year. A Graduate School committee then reviewed materials from the outstanding graduate students from each department and selected three superior graduate students at Mizzou. Adam was selected as one of these three superior graduate students. He was honored at the annual Graduate School Awards reception and the annual Graduate Student Association awards banquet. Congratulations, Adam! This past year Adam taught HDFS 2400, Principles of Human Development, in the Fall and Spring semesters, and published several journal articles while passing his doctoral comprehensives examination. In his spare time, Adam and his wife rear four children.

Adam Galovan and GSA President Maxwell Philbrook

Adam Galovan and Dean Rubin

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MU Children's Learning Garden Dedication

Posted: May 7, 2014

The dedication of the MU Children's Learning Garden included an acknowledgment of the garden benefactors, Marlese and Robert Gourley, who were also present with some wonderful gifts from the children of the Child Development Lab (CDL). The children of the CDL, along with garden manager, Chris Murakami, and the Gourleys, had a "first harvest" in lieu of a ribbon cutting where they harvested bok choy, spinach and lettuce.

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2014 Issue of Vanguard

Posted: April 2014

HDFS features in the newest issue of Vanguard include Dr. Coleman's retirement and the celebration of her groundbreaking research in re-marriage and stepfamilies and Dr. Carlo's work on finding the good samaritan gene.

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Marilyn Coleman Alumni Graduate Scholarship

Posted: Mar. 24, 2014

As Director of Graduate Studies in HDFS for 18 years, and as Department Chair for 18 years, Dr. Marilyn Coleman has mentored hundreds of students. During the National Council on Family Relations annual conference held November 2013, Dr. Coleman received the Felix Berardo Mentoring Award, which is given to an NCFR member whose work has been noted for excellence in mentoring one or more junior colleagues.

In addition to the honor of receiving the award, a monetary gift was presented. Typical of Dr. Coleman's generosity, she is donating her cash award to the Marilyn Coleman Alumni Graduate Scholarship in HDFS and has offered to match all contributions up to $5,000. We invite you to rise to this challenge and honor Dr. Coleman by contributing to the alumni graduate scholarship.

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