“This is just a great group of recipients this year that I think truly reflect what we have been trying to achieve all these years,” Bennett said. “I just hope that this program continues on forever because some great work is being done at the university.” (7.52)
“It is a great experience for MSU students who take their labs through the child development lab to be able to have experiences with a diverse population,” Child Development Laboratories Director Laurie Linscott said. “Our university students, when they go into the field of teaching, will have had their lab experiences being able to work with children and families of diversity.”
The four-part program is designed to provide pregnant parents and their partners with information on preparing for breast/chest feeding and strategies for continuing to breast/chest feed upon their return to work.
MSU has a new partnership with the Association for Women in Science, a network dedicated to supporting women in science, technology, engineering and math fields.