Summer is just around the corner. With easing of restrictions and increased vaccination rates, many people around the country are ready to travel again. What will summer travel look like? How can people enjoy taking trips safely? Dr. Stephanie Hein, department head of hospitality leadership at Missouri State University, answers these questions and more. Prepare for demand to … [Read more...] about What can we expect for summer travel?
Dr. Razib Iqbal, associate professor of computer science at Missouri State University, offers some insights about a computer science degree and the field to TheBestSchools. … [Read more...] about Ask an expert about computer science
Across North America, including Missouri, bats of certain species are dying in worrisome numbers from a disease called white nose syndrome, a fungal disease. This disease kills the bats while they are in hibernation. Dr. Tom Tomasi, Missouri State University biology professor and his colleague, Dr. Christopher Lupfer, Missouri State biology assistant professor, are working … [Read more...] about Why are some bats species dying from a disease?
Global climate change remains one of the most important domestic and foreign issues facing the United States. Missourians should also be concerned about climate change. One of the sectors impacted most are Midwest farmers and their communities. Dr. Toby Dogwiler, a geologist and head of the department of geography, geology and planning at Missouri State University, explains to … [Read more...] about What’s the threat of warmer weather to farming in Missouri?
What we eat may not actually make us who we are. But it can influence how we feel. The recent research of Dr. Paul Durham, distinguished professor of biology and director of the Center for Biomedical and Life Sciences (CBLS) at Missouri State University, connects to this idea. Durham’s lab studies brain signals. They find ways to block pain involved in migraines, jaw pain … [Read more...] about How dietary changes can lead to better pain management