A view from outside his door provides a look at Myron Parsley in his office as he would sit when working with a student. Parsley is a mental health counselor in Doane's Counseling Center, serving students on the Crete campus.
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October 27, 2023

SAMHSA grant helps Doane prioritize mental health resources for students

Dr. Dane Bowder, assistant professor of biology, works with a student in one of Doane's lab facililities.
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December 22, 2022

Doane program supporting STEM students receives $1.5 million NSF grant

Four middle school girls work on creating paper models of shapes like pyramids, cubes and dodecahedrons with the help of Dr. Margaret Watts and Dr. Barbara Jennings Herzog, who teach math at Doane University, and Bailee Baack, a junior elementary and special education major. They are in one of the classrooms in Doane's Lied science building.

November 8, 2021

Making Math Matter to Middle School Girls

Dr. Margaret Watts, assistant professor of mathematics at Doane, started GEMS this fall to teach young girls that math is more than arithmetic and geometry. And that while it can be a challenge, it can be a fun challenge.