When it's time to help their communities, MSU Bear step up. Here are a few stories of alumni who changed what they were doing to respond to this emergency. Read their stories Dr. Susan Easley Dr. John Cambier Clay Goddard Kristina Weger Caleb Birchler Bernie Fechtel Bobbilynne Koepke Kevin Stoops Natosha Lancaster Rob Blevins … [Read more...] about Alumni are rising to the challenge of COVID-19
The divisiveness in the U.S. today is troubling and it’s crucial we all come together to ensure an inclusive, representative and equitable society. But how can this be done? Missouri State University Chief Diversity Officer Wes Pratt shares his perspectives with Authority Magazine. … [Read more...] about How to create an inclusive society
With the presidential election less than 30 days away, the age-old debate on the Electoral College has surfaced once again in an already divisive election season. How does the Electoral College work? What are its pros and cons? Dr. Kevin Pybas, associate professor of political science at Missouri State University, answers these questions and more on TODAY. … [Read more...] about What’s the Electoral College all about?
It’s no doubt that 2020 has been a tough year so far. As a leader of a business or organization, how can you lead effectively during turbulent times? Missouri State University President Clif Smart shares his perspectives with Authority Magazine. … [Read more...] about How does a leader lead effectively during turbulent times?
When going on a camping trip, you want to pack food that’s not only portable, but healthy. Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical assistant professor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, explains to Everyday Health why you should bring along protein-packed items. … [Read more...] about What types of food are good for a camping trip?