Driven by the legacy and inspiration of Judith Enyeart Reynolds, Missouri State University is empowered to dream bigger together and expand its destination campus for the arts, social sciences and humanities. An eight-figure gift from the C.W. Titus Foundation will support construction of a state-of-the-art facility named in honor of Judith Enyeart Reynolds designed to enhance … [Read more...] about Largest one-time gift in Missouri State history inspires new ‘front porch’ to campus
It’s official! On July 1, the Reynolds College of Arts and Letters and College of Humanities and Public Affairs at Missouri State University combined to create a new college – the Reynolds College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (RCASH). RCASH will be a destination campus for the arts, social sciences and humanities. RCASH Dean Dr. Shawn Wahl shares highlights of the … [Read more...] about How MSU is protecting arts, social sciences and humanities programs
When you visit or pass by the Springfield Art Museum, it’s hard to miss a large, bright yellow sculpture. It’s a piece called Sun Target II by sculptor John Henry. The sculpture inspired the “Sun Target” dance by guest artist Ilana Goldman. She choreographed it for a group of Missouri State University dance majors and minors. They performed it at the March American College … [Read more...] about Dance students find success at conference
Created by Emmy Award-winning executive producers Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, “Parks and Recreation” was a TV sitcom. It aired on NBC for seven seasons, from 2009-2015. The series starred Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope, a perky, mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks Department of Pawnee, a fictional town in Indiana. In an homage to the show, Dr. Holly Holladay’s new book, “Parks … [Read more...] about Why should ‘Parks and Recreation’ be considered a TV milestone?
Communication is teeming with choices. What should I say? How should I say it? When? Is it appropriate to include emojis? Could I do this over a virtual platform or is face-to-face preferable? These choices are central to the fourth edition of “The Communication Age: Connecting and Engaging,” written by Dr. Shawn Wahl, dean of the Reynolds College of Arts and Letters at … [Read more...] about Communication choices should strike a balance between virtual and in-person