Despite an especially tough past year, Missouri State University faculty and staff managed to pursue robust research, education and service projects. The university received external grants and contracts worth close to $36 million in fiscal year (FY) 2021. This is a record-setting amount and about a 21% jump from the $29.7 million in FY2020. Faculty and staff submitted 340 … [Read more...] about A record-breaking year for research
The American Wild Ensemble will perform a free, outdoor concert of contemporary chamber music reflecting on the Missouri Bicentennial in Springfield Aug. 4. The ensemble is directed by Missouri State University music faculty members Daniel Ketter and Emlyn Johnson. The concert’s program, “Missouri Music at 200,” features new music and poetry by composers and writers connected … [Read more...] about American Wild Ensemble performs Missouri Bicentennial concert Aug. 4
Students typically have limited or no credit, because they haven’t yet established a credit history. As such, student cards typically come with few rewards or benefits, and low credit limits. A student credit card is simply a credit card designed for college students. These cards usually require you to be an active student when you apply. What are the best features to look … [Read more...] about Credit cards students should consider
Step by step: it’s a good mantra. It can help you make it through the day to day routine or refocus you on small goals when the challenges seem insurmountable. Dr. Sara Powell, assistant professor of kinesiology at Missouri State University, works on goal setting, motivation and the psychology of physical activity. She has particularly focused on behavior change for … [Read more...] about Focus on improving health, not losing weight
What does earth science focus on and what do earth scientists do? Dr. Doug Gouzie, geology professor at Missouri State University, answers these questions and more on U.S. News Education. … [Read more...] about What’s earth science all about?