Mark your calendars for the Einhellig Interdisciplinary Forum on May 4. Admission is free. Find out what Missouri State's best and brightest graduate students have to offer. They'll present you unique research in an easy-to-digest format. Key details What: 26th Annual Frank Einhellig Graduate Interdisciplinary Forum When: May 4, 2019; Presentations begin at 8 a.m. … [Read more...] about Einhellig Interdisciplinary Forum showcases creative works
Since 2012, Missouri State University has launched two doctoral programs. This effort has not gone unnoticed. Recently, Missouri State received a higher level of classification in the 2018 edition of the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The university moved up from the “master’s colleges and universities” classification to the newly added … [Read more...] about A Carnegie Classification upgrade
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?
Unique research presented in an easy-to-digest format. It’s the annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Forum (IDF), and you can attend for free. This year’s IDF event takes place May 5 starting at 8 a.m., in the Robert W. Plaster Student Union (PSU) Ballroom. Find out what the best and brightest of Missouri State's graduate students have to offer. “You get to see the … [Read more...] about Why you should attend the 2018 Graduate Interdisciplinary Forum
“Talk to your neighbor.” It’s a common phrase in Taylor Smith’s classes at Missouri State University. As a graduate teaching assistant, Smith collaborates with multiple classes in the department of psychology. If you sit in on one of them, you won’t see the traditional lecture style of teaching you might expect. Instead, Smith’s classes are full of chatter and activity. “I … [Read more...] about Want students to do better in school? Don’t focus on grades