The Mock Trial Club membership now stands at 38 students, with 19 students meeting weekly as members of MSU's competitive teams. As shown in the photo, the mock trial members are actively working with this year's case files, learning how to put on a mock trial----one team meets on Mondays and the other on Wednesdays during the evenings. Students have been assigned their … [Read more...] about Mock Trial — Zoom Style
At the annual Executive Alpha Phi Sigma (APS) Board Meeting, it was decided that the Executive Student Officer positions of President, Secretary, and Treasurer will remain with the Missouri State University chapter for 2 more years. Ivy Yarckow-Brown, the organization's advisor, will be appointing the Executive Student President, Secretary and Treasurer through August 2023. … [Read more...] about MSU Sigma Mu Sigma Retains Leadership through 2023
Many universities around the U.S. have faced enrollment setbacks due to the challenges of the pandemic and its economic impact. Due to an active strategic enrollment campaign, Missouri State University held its ground with a 0.2% increase in the number of students registered for fall classes at the census count during the fifth week of the semester. The Department of … [Read more...] about CRIMINAL JUSTICE ENROLLMENT CLIMBS!
The Mock Trial Club is preparing for a season of virtual competition. Dr. LaPrade, our new assistant professor, is leading the charge. We wish all of our mock trial participants the best of luck as they gear up for the inaugural season. … [Read more...] about MOCK TRIAL IN MOTION!
Dr. Kyle earned bachelor's and master's degrees in criminology at Missouri State. He entered the program as a deputy sheriff at the Webster County Sheriff's Office. Although Dr. Kyle also had experience as a marine stationed in Japan, his academic introduction to crime was transformative. Was it easy? People often ask him this, but his undergraduate studies were actually … [Read more...] about Meet Dr. Michael Kyle: local, experienced, researcher