“Recovery takes a multimodal assessment, meaning you have to use multiple methods to determine where their problems are, where they lie,” Carr said. “You need to use a team approach of specialists. No one person can do it all.”
Carr discusses more about concussions in March’s “Health Queries” episode.
View episode transcript.
The McQueary College of Health and Human Services at Missouri State University wants students to succeed — and have ample opportunity do so.
To push this effort forward, the college plans to allocate $240,000 during the 2021-22 academic year toward the MCHHS Student Success Innovative Project (MSSIP).
About the project
In fall 2020, MSU approved a $25 per credit hour fee for most MCHHS undergraduate courses. A portion of that fee will fund the MSSIP.
The college will put $120,000 toward projects submitted during the spring 2021 semester.
Outcomes for students include:
- Educational opportunities.
- Professional skill and career development.
- Enhanced experiences relevant to diversity, equity, inclusion and/or cultural competence.
- Enhanced inter-professional/cross-disciplinary experiences.
Submitting a project proposal
MCHHS staff, faculty, faculty teams, faculty with student contributors and students with faculty advisors are eligible to submit proposals to the MSSIP.
The deadline for spring 2021 proposals is 6 p.m. April 2.
Submit completed applications and supporting materials via email to MSSIP@MissouriState.edu.