According to the US Census Bureau, only 55.7% of eligible voters voted in the 2016 presidential election. For young adults age 18 to 24, that number dropped below 40%. At Missouri State University, a student-run organization hopes to push young people to the polls. On a Monday afternoon the MSU football team files into Plaster Stadium and sits facing a group of … [Read more...] about ‘Paws to the Polls’ Targets MSU Students Ahead of November Election
During the summer Dr. Vadim Putzu, associate professor in Religious Studies, worked with a group of Chinese students to help them complete their Wine Appreciation for Consumers course (AGP 300). Students participate in a series of tastings designed to introduce them to the major wine types and the range of styles within those types. The Missouri State International … [Read more...] about Wine Tasting Sessions
The Department of Religious Studies is pleased to announce that students may now earn their Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees in Religious Studies entirely online! Students will experience the same excellent teaching, friendly faculty, and academic and career opportunities as their counterparts in the classroom, only in a manner more convenient to their … [Read more...] about Earn Your BA or BS in Religious Studies ONLINE!
The following statement was created by the CHPA Diversity Committee and endorsed by Dean Victor Matthews: The members of Missouri State University College of Humanities and Public Affairs’ Diversity Council would like to say first and foremost to our Black and Brown students, faculty, and staff that we see you. For too long, many members of our university community have … [Read more...] about CHPA Diversity Statement