Congratulations to Biology graduate student, Jeff Williams! Jeff's poster, The Impacts of a Low Water Crossing on Fish Movement in an Ozark Stream (Advisor, Dr. Deb Finn) was awarded "Best Student Poster" by the American Fisheries Society at the Missouri Natural Resources Conference (MNRC) last week. He was also recognized for his work on the 2018 MNRC planning committee. In … [Read more...] about Biology Grad Student Wins Award at MNRC!
If you are writing a thesis, make sure you complete the video tutorials. They will not only help you in the process, they are now required for thesis submission. Click here for complete instructions. … [Read more...] about New thesis requirements
The Graduate College hosted it's 3rd annual "3-Minute Thesis" competition on October 20, and once again, it did not disappoint. Judges from across campus, the Springfield community and the audience selected the following winners: 1st - Sarah Spangler, Biology- College of Natural and Applied Science- presenting on how isotope signatures reveal diet in threatened … [Read more...] about “3-Minute Thesis” Competition
Congratulations to Brad Dixon, Global Studies and Homeland Security & Defense graduate on his new career! Brad said this about his recent success, “I accepted a position as a Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Agency and graduated from the DEA Academy at Quantico, VA. It’s been a dream of mine to work in this field and I feel my experience at MSU in the Masters of … [Read more...] about Celebrating Student Success!
What do students in our Master's of Global Studies program do? Well, Jacob Hannah had a very exciting spring semester in Beijing. Jacob participated in the exchange program we have with Renmin (People's) University where he took graduate classes and also served as an intern for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Additionally he published an article for AmCham China with a little … [Read more...] about Global Citizen: The MGS program opens doors of opportunity!