Just southeast of Ritter Springs Park sit 161 acres of old timber land with ruins of a 1930s era transient camp. In 2013, Betty Jeanne Turoff, a descendant of one of the original owners of the land, donated the property to the Missouri State University Foundation on condition that it not be developed and that […]Full Story
Missouri State University’s Sustainability Advisory Committee recognized the William H. Darr School of Agriculture for its efforts in demonstrating a sustained commitment to environmental excellence and programming that makes an impact.
Dr. Kenneth Coopwood was nominated and selected as a recipient of the INSIGHT Into Diversity’s Diversity Visionary Award.
The Nelly concert scheduled for April 23, 2015, which was to be held at the JQH Arena, has been canceled.
- Library receives funding for staff member to attend national conference
- Center aids Marshfield senior citizens
- Professor to use Kepler spacecraft to study stars
- Article highlights physician to population ratio concerns
- University project lands Springfield teachers nominations
- University professor releases album