For college students, understanding what consent means and what constitutes sexual assault can be challenging. Jill Patterson, a lawyer and Title IX coordinator at Missouri State University, provides answers to key questions about consent and sexual assault to Affordable Colleges Online. … [Read more...] about A spotlight on consent and sexual assault
When it comes to food and drinks, there are many questions about what’s good for you and whether you should change your diet. One of the top most contentious health debates is, “Is a gluten-free diet healthier for you?” Dr. Daniela Novotny, a registered dietitian and biomedical sciences instructor at Missouri State University, provides an answer to this … [Read more...] about Is a gluten-free diet healthier for you?
The 403(b) is a retirement plan offered by nonprofit companies, charities and other tax-exempt organizations. How does it work? When should you open one? Dr. James Philpot, certified financial planner and associate professor of finance and general business at Missouri State University, answers these questions on U.S. News & World Report. … [Read more...] about Getting to know the 403(b)
Missouri State University President Clif Smart shares with Thrive Global how he became president of the university and a few leadership lessons he has learned. … [Read more...] about Q&A with President Clif Smart
There’s a difference between “family hiring” and “kin preference,” according to Dr. Robert Jones, faculty emeritus of psychology at Missouri State University. He does a Q&A with Tharawat Magazine about the stigma of nepotism, the potential to trivialise its societal benefits and whether or not family businesses can practice nepotism … [Read more...] about Family hiring vs. kin preference