Brewer Science, Inc. completed a significant, corporate contribution to Missouri State University Foundation as part of its “Onward, Upward” campaign. With this gift, Brewer Science is supporting the construction of the Jordan Valley Innovation Center (JVIC) building expansion that is expected to be completed in early 2022. The 30,000 square-foot addition will serve as the main … [Read more...] about Brewer Science’s contribution to Missouri State University Foundation inspires technology innovation
April is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This month brings together cultures from across Asia to highlight their important contributions and to fight stereotypes. Missouri State University has opportunities for the community to learn more how to expand the stories of Asian individuals. Event highlights April 7 Jonny Sun, Keynote, 1:30 p.m., Zoom April … [Read more...] about Celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
COVID-19 has made dating challenging for various reasons, but some people have still been able to find love. Dr. Alicia Walker, assistant professor of sociology at Missouri State University and an intimate relationship expert, explains to the Rockland/Westchester Journal News about casual dating and trying to find a partner to combat loneliness during the pandemic. … [Read more...] about What’s dating like during the pandemic?
A new Missouri State University scholarship will enable more Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) participants to pursue a college education. Promising SAAB students from under-resourced backgrounds can apply for the Missouri State University/Student African American Brotherhood Freshman Scholarship. Valued at $2,000, the scholarship is offered for the first year of … [Read more...] about Helping deserving students get a degree
Missouri State University, the Judith Enyeart Reynolds College of Arts and Letters and the department of art and design are expanding exhibition spaces for student work and programming within IDEA Commons in downtown Springfield. This expansion is made possible through the acquisition of the gallery at 326 N. Boonville, using the Mark J. Hall Endowment for the Student … [Read more...] about Student Exhibition Center moving downtown