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Professor Stacy Dickert-Conlin Receives Spirit of Ability Award

Economics Professor Stacy Dickert-Conlin has been honored with the Spirit of Ability award, given by MSU’s Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD).

The RCPD is committed to maximizing ability and opportunity for full participation at MSU by people with disabilities, and relies heavily on the voluntary cooperation of MSU faculty members to fulfill its mission for students with disabilities. The Spirit of Ability award is intended to recognize “a student, staff member, or professor who has gone out of their way to provide an inclusive, accommodating environment for students with disabilities.” Honorees are “contemporary leaders who continue the MSU tradition of creating vibrant environments that welcome, fortify, and compassionately challenge each person to reach their fullest ability.”

Professor Dickert-Conlin is pictured below with David Schahar-Hill, the student who nominated her for the award.

Stacy Dickert-Conlin


Michigan State University Department of Economics