Conference brings almost 30 guests from business, nonprofit, government, academia and other areas to discuss Global Perspective: Why it Matters.Full Story
Missouri State University hosted the tenth annual Public Affairs Conference April 8-11. Themed “Global Perspective: Why it Matters,” the conference brought a variety of speakers with global perspectives to Springfield.
Missouri State University has renewed its agreements with three top administrators: Dr. Frank Einhellig, provost; Dr. Drew Bennett, chancellor of the West Plains campus; and Kyle Moats, director of athletics.
The Green Leadership Academy for Diverse Ecosystems (GLADE) launched a new program titled “Habitat Restoration” where 16 high school students will be immersed in the outdoors while learning about local ecosystems, engaging in leadership activities and participating in habitat restoration for Missouri’s local endangered bird, Swainson’s Warbler.
- Professional excellence of communications science and disorders professor recognized
- Business center provides financial assistance for local companies
- Free tax preparation assistance available through tax clinics program
- Communication professor serves on national board
- Tourism, hospitality professional appointed to community board
- How do humans affect bat populations?
- Assistive technology used to better serve students, faculty
- Conference teaches how to enhance diversity in organizations
- NASA funding brings student research opportunities