In this time of COVID-19, many are daydreaming about their next travels. One 2011 MSU graduate, Samantha (Hogenson) Bray, shared her views on responsible travel in a recent interview with Barrons. “When I’m planning a trip, I always think about it in terms of what decisions I can make that are kindest to the planet and its people, and how can I make sure the experience I … [Read more...] about Responsible travel explained
Tourism as an Economic and Well-Being Development Tool: Is the World Bank in the Tourism Business? Dr. Hannah Messerli Thursday, April 12, 2018 11am – 12pm - Duane G. Meyer Library Room 107 Topic: This interactive seminar will provide students and faculty with key insights about today’s global focus on tourism as an economic development tool for developed and developing … [Read more...] about Fantastic Seminar on the World Bank and Tourism!
February 6, 2018 will be the annual "Shaking Hands" event at the State Capitol Building in Jefferson City. This event is where geologists, who have or plan to introduce legislation related to geoscience, will meet with some lawmakers individually. Or they will present resource information about the important role of geology, geotechnical and environmental engineering in public … [Read more...] about Missouri Geoscientists will be “Shaking Hands”