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Nothing will get a labor economist’s mental gears turning like the word “shortage.” At the very utterance of this term, Michael Podgursky’s ears perk up, his eyebrow rises, and he leans over his desk: “What do you mean by shortages?” It’s not that Podgursky isn’t accustomed to hearing the word—quite the contrary, actually. As a professor of Economics at MU, his query results from extensive research on education, a field that has fallen victim on numerous occasions to accusations of “shortages.”

Published September 28, 2010

“A Glass Half Full”

“A Glass Half Full”

Enos Inniss

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Published September 15, 2009

Hip Hop Feminism

Hip Hop Feminism

Treva Lindsey

Assistant Professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies

Published September 25, 2012

Between OT and IT

Between OT and IT

John Miles Foley

Professor, Departments of Classical Studies and English

Published April 28, 2010

Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

José Garcia

Extension Assistant Professor

Published October 30, 2007

Deeper Than Simple Enjoyment

Deeper Than Simple Enjoyment

Timothy Langen

Associate Professor of Russian

Published August 01, 2007