Dr. Leslie Seawright has been studying how and why officers are writing their police reports.
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The Higher Learning Commission reaccredited Missouri State University for another 10 years.
High school students are invited to participate in the first High School Writing Conference organized by the Ozarks Writing Project.
“These women weren’t going to Italy to consume good food, wine or clothing. They were much more than tourists,” said Dr. Etta Madden.
MSU was awarded $504,284 by the U.S. Department of Education for Improving English Language Teaching in the Ozarks. This program will help to implement and evaluate teacher training of English language learners in collaboration with local schools.
The Ozarks Writing Project is about working with teachers in all disciplines, kindergarten through university, to improve writing skills and to empower teachers to share their expertise.
Writing well isn’t easy. Fortunately, experts such as Dr. Rhonda Stanton, assistant professor of English at Missouri State University, know some quick and easy ways to improve our writing skills.
The College of Arts and Letters will host two distinguished writers for a free reading on the evening of April 8.
On March 15 and 16, a series of events will celebrate the Moon City Press Book, “Throwaway Youth,” including a jazz performance, readings and a book signing. Book tells stories of homeless teens in Springfield The book offers real accounts of homeless teenagers …
Dr. Shannon Wooden explains how narrative storytelling can be useful to improving the diagnosis process.