Despite an especially tough past year, Missouri State University faculty and staff managed to pursue robust research, education and service projects. The university received external grants and contracts worth close to $36 million in fiscal year (FY) 2021. This is a record-setting amount and about a 21% jump from the $29.7 million in FY2020. Faculty and staff submitted 340 … [Read more...] about A record-breaking year for research
Dr. Jorge Rebaza, professor of mathematics, was recently appointed as full-time associate dean of the College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS). Rebaza has served as part-time associate dean of CNAS for two terms. He also worked as department head of computer science from 2017-18 and has been a member of the MSU mathematics faculty since 2002. About the … [Read more...] about Dr. Jorge Rebaza becomes full-time associate dean of CNAS
What does earth science focus on and what do earth scientists do? Dr. Doug Gouzie, geology professor at Missouri State University, answers these questions and more on U.S. News Education. … [Read more...] about What’s earth science all about?
It’s summer and for many people, that means going on a road trip. This year, more Americans plan to take a road trip due to COVID-19 travel restrictions last year. Melissa Dallas, professor emeritus, department of hospitality leadership at Missouri State University, weighs in WalletHub about a few key aspects of hitting the open road this summer. … [Read more...] about Sharing insights on summer road trips
Conservation and ecological research require observation over time. The newly constructed Ozarks Education Center at Missouri State University’s Bull Shoals Field Station provides better amenities for completing such observation. The research facility’s 4,000 square feet property offers a central location for education and ecological research conducted by MSU faculty and … [Read more...] about Missouri State dedicates Ozarks Education Center