GGP alumni Jason Ray has been selected by 417 Magazine as one of the “20 Under 30”. The link to the article, courtesy of 417 magazine, is below. http://www.417mag.com/417-Magazine/April-2014/20-Under-30-2014/Jason-Ray/ … [Read more...] about GGP alumni recognized as “20 under 30”
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences at Missouri State University hosted the Region VII Science Olympiad tournament on Saturday, Feb. 22. Each Science Olympiad team was limited to 15 students with parents and teachers serving as the coaches. The teams completed in 24 different events trying to win individual medals (gold, silver and bronze). More than 500 students, … [Read more...] about University hosts Science Olympiad tournament
Getting involved in the community and lending expertise is one way many faculty members personalize Missouri State University’s public affairs mission. Recently, Dr. Stephanie Hein, department head of hospitality and restaurant administration, was reappointed by Mayor Bob Stephens to serve a three-year term on Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Board of … [Read more...] about Tourism, hospitality professional appointed to community board
University professor receives grants for bat research Parks and conservation areas provide a glimpse into the natural habitats of the Earth’s coolest critters. But can a proposed park actually pose a threat to those same creatures? Dr. Lynn Robbins, Missouri State University professor of biology, aims to find out just that through two grant-funded research … [Read more...] about How do humans affect bat populations?
Seven graduate students from Missouri State University’s chemistry department will present their research results and network with chemistry professionals at the 247th American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting in Dallas, Texas, March 16-20. “Research involvement is really where our students learn from faculty on how to ‘think outside the box.’ The chemistry department … [Read more...] about Students make a splash in the chemistry world presenting research