Fixing a Gender Pay Gap Can Lead to Faculty Discord. Most recently some professors at Western Michigan University clashed with the institution’s provost over the issue as up to 300 tenured female professors awaited a promised pay increase meant to
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The United Nations released a major report last week, finding with more certainty than ever before that humans, chiefly through the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas, are a key cause of the Earth’s warmer temperature. What role can the
What if some of the most innovative people alive today came up with new ideas to solve some of the greatest challenges of our times? What about starting with ending world hunger in a decade? What if we could gather,
The Model United Nations is a new, student led organization on campus that promotes the understanding of international diplomacy. It will travel to conferences around the country, representing different countries within the United Nations. Students will take on the persona
The following link features a recent report by Forbes Insights and Rosetta Stone Business entitled “Reducing the Impact of Language Barriers.” If you don’t have time to read the full nine page article, at least check out the charts: http://images.forbes.com/forbesinsights/StudyPDFs/Rosetta_Stone_Report.pdf
Once again the application period for the Cultural Ambassadors’ Program begins November 1st and students can find all related information at this web page: http://www.educacion.gob.es/eeuu/convocatorias-programas/convocatorias-eeuu/auxiliares-conversacion-eeuu.html Please remind students that is very important they register as soon as possible, even if
Spring Enrollment Spring semester enrollment begins October 27. Set up a meeting soon with your advisor; for Madeleine Hooper, call Pat O’Neill at 836-5247 for scheduling. Check the registration sequence at www.missouristate.edu/assets/registrar/201220RegSequence.pdf. Transferring Credit Remember to request transfer credit online.