They want to bring gender equality to the world. Improve the lives of children. Teach the next generation of leaders. Use food to help people live better lives. These Missouri State University students have different dreams, but they share one thing in common: A dedication to serve others. The university’s Board of Governors acknowledged six students with the Citizen Scholar … [Read more...] about A common thread: Citizen Scholars bring light to service
With the elderly population growing in the U.S., loneliness among older adults is a real concern. Dr. Ruth Walker and Dr. Lisa Hall are psychology professors at Missouri State University, who specialize in aging. They share with Healthline some strategies older adults can use to keep loneliness at bay. … [Read more...] about How can the elderly overcome loneliness?
The Darr family has been friends and supporters of Missouri State University and Springfield Public Schools for many years. William H. Darr and the Darr Family Foundation’s latest gift will greatly expand agriculture education and opportunities for Missouri State and Springfield students. A $6.5 million gift will fund the construction of two buildings – a classroom building to … [Read more...] about Darr gift to establish agriculture magnet school, expand companion animal program
After seven decades, NATO has formally recognized the growing influence of China as part of its agenda. Dr. Dennis Hickey, distinguished professor of political science at Missouri State University, comments on this issue on CNSNews. … [Read more...] about Why’s NATO focusing on China?
There are so many types of milk to choose from nowadays. From cow’s milk to soy milk to almond milk and more, how do you choose the best milk to drink? Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, offers some helpful information to The Washington Post. … [Read more...] about What type of milk is best for you?