...Pequot Lakes Library at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 21. Davis received a Ph.D. in personality psychology from the University of Michigan in 1974. He taught for 33 years at Haverford College, Haverford, Pa, where he is emeritus professor of psychology...
...contributions.Millennials also set loftier social goals than prior generations. Each year, a survey conducted by the University of Michigan asks high school seniors to rate their life's ambitions. Data compiled by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, a psychology...
Newspaper headlines, lead stories on broadcast television news, radio talk shows, and the gossip on the street has been focused on the the big three - the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups before the 2012 presidential elections, the Benghazi terrorist attack on our consolate, and the harrassment of The Associated Press and a correspondent with Fox News by the Department of Justice is on overload.It's time to notice a few good things happening around us.
? Craig Nagel next presenter in Speaking of Books BAXTER - Craig Nagel, author of more than 700 essays in the last three decades, will speak in the Speaking of Books series at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Prairie Bay Grill and Catering, Baxter.
...years while pursuing his graduate studies, and earned a master's degree in health services administration from the University of Michigan in 1983. Fred's career spanned almost 40 years in the healthcare management industry, from being one of the...
Doris Lueth Stengel next presenter in Speaking of Books BAXTER - Heartland Poet Doris Lueth Stengel of Brainerd will be the Aug.
CAREER Riverwood welcomes new family physician AITKIN - Riverwood Healthcare Center welcomes Dr. Jessica Hodson, family medicine physician, who will begin seeing patients in mid-August. Dr.
CAREER Wicklund joins Brainerd Dispatch Alicia Wicklund joins the Brainerd Dispatch's editorial department working with page layout. Wicklund recently moved to the Brainerd lakes area to be closer to family.
...fans are following with great interest the record of Mike Boyle, former Brainerd boy, who is now a star for the University of Michigan. Word from Ann Arbor says that the plucky quarterback will be out for a week with an injury.
After decades of granting minority students preferential consideration for admission to colleges and universities, a student in Texas has sued the University of Texas at Austin for discrimination. The U.S.
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