The Howards are known to millions of fans as “Matt and Abby.” They strive for authenticity and sharing what they call the “beautifully unplanned” parts of their lives.
Mark Dixon, who was first a student in the late 1970s and early ’80s, left before earning a degree. He went on to become a Springfield community leader and champion for local Black history. In 2010, he finished his bachelor’s studies.
Kim Becking, a serial entrepreneur and an expert in change and resilience, took a cancer diagnosis and turned it into a way to empower others.
Kelsey Menefee oversees donor-funded scholarships, from training selection committees to telling recipients they have earned life-changing financial aid. Kelsey Menefee juggles big responsibilities for a young woman. The 27-year-old is director of donor relations and special events for the Missouri State University Foundation. She oversees donor-funded scholarships. She also helps plan events for supporters and […]
Kyle Hiebert of St. Louis team says “carrying the banner for Missouri State in (Major League Soccer) is very special.”
Five students and alumni from Dr. Billie Follensbee’s Basic Conservation of Art and Artifacts class (ART/MST 488) were accepted to present on their research at the Missouri Archaeology Society Annual Meeting. This year, students presented as part of the poster session, Art and Artifacts: Research and Conservation of Art and Artifacts April 14–16 in Camdenton, Missouri. This was not the […]
Tony Michalka ’04, is a proud Missouri State University graduate. He received his Bachelor of Science in Sociology. Tony is the Director of Communications for the City of O’Fallon, Missouri where he lives with his wife and daughters. He serves as the inaugural Missouri State St. Louis Alumni Chapter president. As president, Tony and the […]