We’re excited to welcome you to the Alumni Association, which connects more than 110,000 alumni around the world.
Thomas Limbrick credits his philosophy degree for preparing him for law school and a judicial clerkship with the Missouri Supreme Court.
During the most recent Olympics, Brad Woodall worked as a technical director for gymnastic events and the closing ceremony.
From standing in the spotlight to setting the stage for a home, she’s learned how to make herself (and others) happy. When alumna Jennifer Saputo-Peterson graduated from Missouri State in 2006, she wanted to use her bachelor’s degree in theatre to be
Two current Bears and two alums will compete for their countries during the 2016 Rio Olympics.
In recognition of their exceptional achievements, the Missouri State University Alumni Association will present awards of recognition to distinguished alumni and former staff at the 60th Anniversary Bears of Distinction Dinner and Awards Ceremony on June 10.
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Summer is a time for backyard barbecues, basking in the sun and, of course, baseball. Grab your ball cap and your BearWear and get ready for Missouri State University alumni days at Nationals Park, Busch Stadium and Kauffman Stadium.
We’re excited to welcome #BearGrads into the Alumni Association, which connects more than 110,000 alumni around the world with Missouri State University.
Making the transition from the classroom to the office can be difficult. To help prepare current students for their post-college careers the Alumni Association and the Career Center are teaming up to host Speed Networking on April 27.
A New York Times article put Ferguson, Missouri, native and Missouri State University alumnus Kevin Lotz on a path to founding a shelter for homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth in New York City’s Upper West Side.
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