Volunteer at the speed networking event and help teach students how to engage professionally.
Alumna Judith Rowland completed her political science degree in 2011 and immediately began improving lives on a global scale. She works as a U.S. policy and advocacy manager for Global Citizen. This is an organization intent on fixing issues such as
As humans, we all seek love from our peers, our family and those we cherish most in life, but for many that love is not always unconditional and can come with a high price. Alumna Sarah Austin, ’05 and ’07,
Christy Dempsey gives back to Missouri State by participating in BearTalks with current students.
Alumni have the opportunity to help Missouri State community members on various service projects around Springfield on September 17.
Senior Aly Gatwood lost her home during the December 2015 floods, but she was able to stay in school thanks to sales of the Be a Bear T-shirt.
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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