Robert “Bob” Signaigo has a love for Missouri State that runs deep. He credits his education and experiences at Missouri State University for helping shape his future and his career as a financial advisor, ultimately allowing him the opportunity to give back to the institution.
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Choosing to start the Reverend John Bettmann Memorial Scholarship at Missouri State just made sense to Theresa Bettmann, a master’s student in the Social Work program at Missouri State. After an impactful semester in class with Dr. Lorene Stone, the professor that started the Al and Margaret Hemphill Scholarship, Bettmann knew just how she wanted to honor and memorialize her father’s sudden passing.
From attending Parkview High School and Missouri State University in Springfield to soon traveling abroad to Oxford, England; Zachary Perry’s list of accomplishments would make any alumni proud to be a Bear.
Run into T-Asia Mays, a sophomore in the Darr School of Agriculture at Missouri State University, and it is hard to imagine her as anything but a MSU Bear. Nearly always donned head-to-toe in Bear Wear (whether it is Friday or not), her love for the University and her Animal Science Program in the School of Agriculture is infectious.
The peaceful 250-acre plot of land near Fair Grove looks like many farms in the Ozarks. There’s a barn, a garden, wooden fence posts and animals wandering languidly. That is, until you enter the building that has a chapel. Not many farms have a building dedicated to healing and finding a higher spirit, with artwork and ceremonial objects celebrating many of the world’s religious traditions. This building, the former conference center of the Holos Insititute of Health, also has libraries, conference rooms, offices and more. The land, livestock, conference center and other structures were all part of a gift to Missouri State from Dr. C. Norman Shealy.
Two scholarships honoring retired faculty at Missouri State University helped make a semester of cultural immersion in Argentina possible for MSU senior, Scott Lacombe. The highly beneficial study away experience is growing in importance, but also costs, for many students.
Though inclement weather forced the festivities indoors, no amount of rain could dampen the excitement of hundreds of Missouri State University students, alumni, and donors that turned out on April 23, 2013 to celebrate the dedication of the Betty and Bobby Allison Recreation Fields and the Betty and Bobby Allison Courts.
Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Earle Doman, will leave an impact on Missouri State University long after his tenure ends and his retirement begins. Doman held a number of student affairs positions at Missouri State from 1976-87. From there he spent time serving as the vice president for student services and athletic director at […]
When John and Neosha Mackey first came to Springfield, Missouri in 1985 as Neosha took the position as the Head of Reference for the Missouri State University Libraries, they couldn’t have guessed how drastically the campus and their connection to the world would change through their nearly three decades at Missouri State. During their years […]
Throughout southwest Missouri, from one-room schoolhouses to principals’ offices, Genevieve Roy impacted students’ educations and futures. Now, thanks to the generous gifts made in her honor by friends and family, her tradition of helping students achieve continues.