Bullying has been directly correlated to lower attendance rates, increased high school drop out rates, lower college enrollment rates, and in some horrific instances, suicide. Dr. Leslie Echols believes that victims need a personal response and is working on a research project entitled “Are fast friends slow to bully?” that could serve as a preventative measure.Full Story
The observance of African-American history began in February 1926 during a single week. Celebrations have grown into month long recognitions taking place in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. This February, Missouri State University will celebrate African-American Heritage Month with events that combine art, culture, history and music.
The second annual Missouri State University women’s leadership conference, “A Force of Nature Women,” will take place March 23-24 in Plaster Student Union and will include influential women in the arenas of business, health, sports and education. This year’s conference will encourage and educate the community on the achievements of women from around the world.
Music is a form of storytelling, even when there are no words. For Missouri State University professor and composer Dr. Michael F. Murray, his most intriguing projects have been inspired by his passion for poetry.
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- Missouri State releases fall 2014 graduation list
- Missouri State releases fall 2014 dean’s list
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