It’s all in the family with this issue of Missouri State magazine. Featuring siblings from key eras in MSU’s history, this issue highlights the experiences and memories of six families whose siblings have maroon and white running through their veins.
The fall issue also announces the honorees for the 2014 Missouri State Alumni Association’s Homecoming awards and the signature events to attend during the Oct. 17-18 weekend dubbed: Let the Good Times Roar.
Designed by Amy Schuldt, with writing and editing by Michelle Rose, Missouri State magazine is a must read for events, news and alumni stories.
From classical performances to stand-up comedy, the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts has a live show for all interests. Designed this year by Amy Schuldt, assistant director of publications, the season brochure incorporates vibrant imagery with show details to make your entertainment selections.
Directors of development provide this pocket folder to supporters of Missouri State University who are interested in giving opportunities. The publication outlines the history of the Missouri State University Foundation, giving levels, how private support has benefited faculty and students throughout the years and how becoming a member of The Founders Club creates a lasting legacy at Missouri State.
The piece was design by Teri Poindexter and edited by Michelle Rose,
A new brochure developed by Abby Isackson and Michelle Rose answers the question: Why choose Missouri State for a graduate degree in psychology. The multi-page brochure details the benefits of attending Missouri State in pursuit of a Master of Science in Psychology, specializing in either clinical, experimental or industrial/organizational psychology, including:
Research experiences and facilities
Follow your passion and find your place with a psychology degree at Missouri State University.
Missouri State University is accepting applications for a part -time graphic designer in the office of printing service.
This position is responsible for the development of content, visuals and layout for the monthly Ozarks Public Television guide. In addition, the graphic designer will help with office duties, including assisting customers and keyboard entry into shop MIS, filing.
Must have ability to perform the following duties on a daily basis and work under strict deadlines.
Write/edit short descriptions of television programs.
Organize text to maximize scanning activity.
Work in front of a computer for long periods of time.
Perform multiple routine tasks while paying close attention to detail.
Produce written documents in the English language with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation and grammar.
Research relevant information.
Communicate effectively with fellow employees.
Always be friendly and helpful to the public to ensure quality customer service and good public affairs.
Follow written and verbal instruction.
This position requires an average of 20 hours per week.
Work environment is indoors with heating and cooling regulated in a general office setting.
Missouri State Showcase is one of the most popular open house events for junior and senior high school students, transfer students and their families. During Showcase, attendees can explore all Missouri State has to offer:
Meet faculty members
Take guided campus tours and check out the academic buildings and residence halls
Attend special presentations about admissions, financial aid and housing
Enjoy special values at the food court, dining halls and bookstore.
This year’s fall showcase will be held on Saturday, September 27. Register online at by September 24.
Every year the office of student financial aid published this guide for scholarships and financial aid brochure for the upcoming school year. It is by far the most popular publications in the recruitment series because it is very informative and contains important information regarding scholarships and financial aid. Missouri State offers great educational value, and this brochure outlines the cost comparisons as well as the many great scholarships and financial aids that Missouri State has to offer.
Sexual assault on college campuses is a hot topic these days. Missouri State University does not tolerate sexual misconduct and this assistance card is distributed to new students and faculty at the beginning of school year. The small card can be carried in the wallet for convenience. Megan Shiver, part-time designer, designed the card.