The Ozarks region is known for its rich natural resources. Forests. Lakes. Rivers. Streams. And they’re all interconnected. Proper management of these natural resources ensures they’ll be available for people to enjoy for many years. Dr. Robert Pavlowsky, director of the Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute and distinguished professor of geography at Missouri … [Read more...] about Securing natural resources for the Ozarks
The Southwest Missouri Council of Governments (SMCOG) and Missouri State University’s Center for Resource Planning and Management (CRPM) are celebrating a 30-year partnership. In addition, CRPM is celebrating its 40th anniversary. To celebrate these milestones, they wanted to create something new. They created the Fred and Diane May Planning Scholarship Fund, designed … [Read more...] about Support planning students May 30
Hundreds of volcanoes exist in the United States. Most are considered dormant and haven’t erupted for more than 10,000 years. That doesn’t mean they can’t or won’t. Dr. Gary Michelfelder, assistant professor in the department of geography, geology and planning at Missouri State University, says faraway volcanoes affect our lives every day. “Large … [Read more...] about Having a blast with liquid hot magma
While students with high GPAs have an easier time getting in graduate schools, those with low GPAs shouldn’t lose hope. They still have an opportunity to be accepted. Dr. Doug Gouzie, departmental director of graduate studies and professor in the department of geography, geology and planning at Missouri State University, explains to Accredited Schools Online what … [Read more...] about Is a low GPA a hurdle to get into graduate school?
Tulsa, Oklahoma, isn’t exactly a place you’d think there are a lot of Bears. Geology, geography and planning found that there are a lot of Bears — Missouri State University Bears. More than 10 people drove to Tulsa Sept. 28 to meet with four geology alumni: Shannon (Brown) Jeffries (BS, Geology, 2008) James Kendall (BS, Geology, 1994) Danielle Robinson (BS, … [Read more...] about Road trip to Tulsa leads to mentoring