Missouri is facing a teacher shortage. Information from Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) shows that special education teachers rank in the top three certification areas in need of fully certified teachers to fill vacancies across the state. Faculty in Missouri State’s College of Education are striving to create a solution to … [Read more...] about Creating pathways for paraeducators
What’s a permaculture garden and how do you set one up? Jennifer Morganthaler, clinical instructor of agriculture at Missouri State University, answers these questions and more on Well+Good. … [Read more...] about Creating a permaculture garden
An online criminal justice master’s degree can open doors to leadership positions and specialized career paths where you can keep the public safe and make a positive impact on the justice system. Dr. Brett Garland, department head of criminology at Missouri State University, answers a few questions about online master’s degrees in this field on Online Master’s … [Read more...] about Online master’s in criminology and criminal justice
To understand more about vaccine hesitancy in southwest Missouri, a group of Missouri State University public health students conducted interviews with residents as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s effort to raise vaccination rates. Find out more about the effort in The Kansas City Star. … [Read more...] about Why are southwest Missouri residents vaccine hesitant?
In ancient Egypt, cats were initially adopted as useful predators and gradually became symbols of divinity and protection. How and why did these animals gain their important role? Dr. Julia Troche, Egyptologist and assistant professor of history at Missouri State University, offers some insights to History.com. … [Read more...] about Why did ancient Egyptians revere cats?