Missouri State students will be celebrating the United Nations' 70th birthday with U.N. Week starting Oct. 19. Hosted by the MSU’s Model U.N. student organization, the week will feature several free events to highlight issues around the globe, including poverty, diplomacy and more. Event schedule World Hunger Panel Professors from agriculture, economics, philosophy … [Read more...] about Student group celebrates UN’s 70th birthday with week of events
The global studies major at MSU is growing quickly, with over 87 currently declared Global Studies majors students. Global studies can be defined as the study of global issues and trends with the goal of developing an understanding of the increasingly global nature of every aspect of life and how this shift affects local, national and international environments. The Global … [Read more...] about The Global Studies Major
Global Studies Dept would to welcome students and faculty to another semester. Best wishes! … [Read more...] about Welcome back!
Super Typhoon Haiya Response Relief in the Philippines The Philippines have been ravaged by a massive Typhoon, affecting many in the area. An early death toll is estimated to be at 10,000 by the United Nations and more than 600,000 are currently displaced. Volunteer Programs will be holding a collaboration meeting for a response effort on Thursday, November 14th at 5:00pm in … [Read more...] about Super Typhoon Haiya Response
The United States remains the world's top destination for international students. A record 819,644 studied at American colleges in 2012-13, an increase of 7.2 percent, according to new data from the Institute of International Education's annual "Open Doors" report. Still, only 3.9 percent of students on American campuses are from overseas. The graph to the left shows students … [Read more...] about Report Shows U.S. Universities Increasingly Enroll the World