The English Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta, is currently holding their annual Sigma Tau Delta Scholarship Booksale this week. Stop by the second floor of Siceluff to see what books stand out to you: books for sale range from textbooks to
By Taylor Shaw-Hamp and K. Shartel Hall Missouri State University presented the 3rd Annual Undergraduate Literature Conference this past Friday and Saturday. Missouri State students from a variety of programs presented in-depth research on a multitude of texts, such as
Each semester the Missouri State University English Education program hosts a panel of students who have recently taken and passed the Missouri General Education Assessment and Missouri Content Assessment, two requirements for progress toward state certification. These test takers are always incredibly
Both English and History secondary education students, literature majors, and poets will love this tour of Missouri authors from the past and present. I sat down with Dr. Cathie English to hear a little bit about her brand new intersession
After a career in the Air Force, Ralph Davis took on a new challenge – earning his degree at Missouri State.
This story originally appeared on The Springfield Report, a publication that is written and edited by Missouri State students.
On Friday, November, 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the PSU Theater the English department at Missouri State University will be hosting the Moon City Student Invitational Reading. Student Selection The selection process for this invitational is very competitive, and it
Saturday, April 27 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Plaster Student Union 313 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Branding Yourself Doesn’t Have to Hurt Jonathan Kitchin, Senior Manager OrangePoint, Overland Park, Kansas 9:15 a.m. Dangerous Neighbors: Lessons and Opportunities for
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A Springfield native now living in Portland, Oregon, Pamela Smith Hill returns to Springfield on Tuesday, March 19, sponsored by the Ozarks Studies Institute and speaking as part of Women’s History Month. At 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, she will
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March is Women’s History Month. Join us for these exciting events. Women’s History Month 2013: Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination Missouri State University Calendar of Events For more information, visit us on Facebook Date Time Location Type of Event Title
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Dr. Shannon Wooden’s online Introduction to Literature (ENG 200) course earned the top spot in Missouri State Online’s category of Interaction and Collaboration. Wooden will recieve recognition for her outstanding work at a campus event this spring.
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