Eric Greitens, renowned humanitarian and former Navy SEAL, is the keynote speaker for Missouri State University’s 2014 Public Affairs Convocation, which will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 at Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts.Full Story
Dr. Adam Wanekaya, professor of chemistry at Missouri State University, was awarded an African Diaspora Fellowship from the Carnegie Foundation. During June 2015, Wanekaya will initiate contact with the Federal University of Lokoja in Nigeria to build research collaboration, student mentorship and research capacity building.
The Center for Disease Control’s latest statistic (published in 2014) reported that the number of students identified with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) continues to increase statewide and nationwide. Parents, educators and other involved with children living on “the spectrum” often struggle to find the resources to address their child’s unique needs. In order to address this problem, Missouri State University’s Project ACCESS sought and received a grant of $531,666 from the U.S. Department of Education.
Missouri State University (MSU) and Convoy of Hope (COH) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to increase and improve agriculture and water availability in Haiti, and possibly other developing countries, through extension services, scientific and academic research.
- University professor receives fellowship for research collaboration
- MSU choral studies director to conduct abroad
- Missouri State Pride Band to perform in Atlanta
- University to host national Asian Studies conference
- Professor selected president-elect to statewide student affairs organization
- Plant science graduate student selected for annual thesis award
- Babies teach psychology researchers about perception, learning
- Public Affairs Convocation features notable humanitarian
- Community puts boots to ground to help the hungry