Please join us in congratulating Dr. Julia Troche, assistant professor of History, for the publication of her book. Dr. Troche describes the book in the following: "The book is entitled Death, Power, and Apotheosis in Ancient Egypt: the Old and Middle Kingdoms and is published by Cornell University Press (website link here). The book uniquely considers how power was … [Read more...] about History Publication
The 2021 Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Open House brought 145 prospective students from across the state of Missouri to the MSU campus–more than three times the number that attended our first live open house in 2019. Given its success, we plan to hold a similar event during the spring 2022 semester. Our open house offers high school and community college … [Read more...] about 2021 Criminology Open House Passes Expectations
Suzanne Walker-Pacheco talks to Ozarks Tonight about the Paws to the Polls program. https://www.ozarksfirst.com/ozarks-tonight/ozarks-tonight-paws-to-the-polls/ … [Read more...] about Paws to the Polls
For many years, the Criminal Justice Society (CJS) has participated in Springfield’s Adopt a Street program. Recently CJS members went about cleaning up their stretch of road. Josh Woolfington reported that the crew “cleaned up Elfindale Street on a beautiful Saturday morning. We had a great turnout, and keeping with the tradition, went to Braum’s for ice cream … [Read more...] about CJS Doing Its Part in Public Affairs
MSU Mock Trial teams competed in their first tournament of the season this weekend and won TWO awards! Congrats to Outstanding Witness Award winner Steven Flanders and Outstanding Attorney Award winner Victoria Ogbeifun! Excellent job to all our team members! … [Read more...] about Mock Trial Success!