The Missouri State University Libraries, in collaboration with the Smithsonian and other partners, is seeking a select number of participants for the 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Festival program “The Ozarks: Faces and Facets of a Region.” The festival, held June 28-July 9, will bring Ozarks-based musicians, artisans, cooks, performers and others to the National Mall in … [Read more...] about MSU Libraries and partners seek participants for 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Festival program
Earlier this year, the State Historical Society of Missouri awarded Center for Missouri Studies 2022 fellowships to several scholars. One of the recipients was Craig Amason from the Missouri State University Libraries. He received the award for his study, “The Impact of Immigration in McDonald County in the Twenty-First Century.” Located in southwest Missouri, McDonald County … [Read more...] about How has immigration impacted McDonald County?
A new agreement between Missouri State University and the Smithsonian Institution’s Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage will feature the Ozarks region on the national stage in 2023. The MSU Libraries, in close collaboration with partners and advisors from across the multi-state region, will develop programming for the 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Festival. “Through the … [Read more...] about MSU Libraries to develop Ozarks programming at the 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Festival
Missouri State University has a mission in public affairs. In times of crisis, our mission doesn’t change. Many of our campus departments and partners are stepping up in the fight against COVID-19. Here’s what they’re doing: Campus partners JVIC Jordan Valley Innovation Center (JVIC) and CoxHealth partnered to create a prototype of personal protective equipment (PPE). When they … [Read more...] about Public affairs in action during COVID-19
We look for the better and brighter every day. New, cutting edge technology catches our eye. Medicine has advanced past what we thought possible. How was all of it accomplished? Sometimes, it takes going back to our roots to find modern solutions. “Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge. Shared Science” is open now at the Duane G. Meyer Library at Missouri State University. … [Read more...] about Connecting the past and the future: Native knowledge, shared science