When a tick bites you, sometimes symptoms show up and other times they don’t. Dr. David Claborn, master of public health program director at Missouri State University, explains more about tick bites to HealthyWay. … [Read more...] about Be aware of tick bites
There has never been a comprehensive mosquito surveillance project in Missouri until three years ago when a team of researchers from Missouri State University started one, thanks to a contract from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Led by Dr. David Claborn, master of public health program director at Missouri State, the team traps mosquitoes in the state to … [Read more...] about What types of mosquitoes live in Missouri?
His playing days are over. He tried coaching but found it too unstable. Howard Scarborough’s passion for sports still burns. So, he’s taken a different career path to remain in sports. The administration and management side. “You make the decisions, you have that influence,” said Scarborough, a defensive back for the Missouri State football team from 2009-2013. “What better … [Read more...] about A graduate program for people who love sports
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
Congratulations to Nathan Dorff, recipient of the Carl Morrow Scholarship awarded by the Conservation Federation of Missouri! Nathan was awarded the scholarship for his work on hyporheic ecology of Ozark gravel-bed streams (Advisor, Dr. Deb Finn). … [Read more...] about Biology grad student receives fisheries scholarship