On Tuesday February 26th, students were invited to attend a viewing of the documentary film 13th, which explores racial inequality in the United States as manifest in our prison system. The event was sponsored by the African and African American Studies Program, organized by Dr. Matt Calihman (English) and moderated by History Instructor Dr. Jacynda Ammons. The event was a huge … [Read more...] about Happenings On Campus: Film Showing of 13th
Frontiersmen, hillbillies, moonshiners and banjo players — these are a few stereotypes of Ozarkers. But Dr. Brooks Blevins, the Noel Boyd professor of Ozarks studies at Missouri State University, works to change these misconceptions through his research. “It’s often a warts-and-all story like the American experience in general,” Blevins said. “But there are many interesting and … [Read more...] about Ozarks history through a realistic lens
Join Dr. Julia Troche (Ancient Historian & Egyptologist) and Dr. Bryan Brinkman (Ancient Historian & Classicist) on a study abroad trip this summer, May 16-June 25, 2019, with the Catalyst (http://catalyst.globalizedu.com/). Deadline is approaching soon and only a few spots are left! Must apply by March 1st for university, internal scholarships and by March 8th to join … [Read more...] about Summer Study Abroad Opportunity: 4 cities, 5 weeks, 6 credit hours
For all you book lovers out there, good news! All this week (Monday 25th February to 1st March), Phi Alpha Theta will be holding a book sale! Come and check out what this history honors society has to offer! The book stand will be in Strong Hall all day! So don’t miss out on some interesting titles! … [Read more...] about Phi Alpha Theta Book Sale!
It is that time of the semester again, namely time to start thinking about which classes you want to take next semester! The registration date is March 28th and you will need a release from your adviser! Remember you need to register for BOTH summer AND fall classes at the same time! SUMMER 2019 FACULTY CLASS TITLE Place COURSE SECTION CRN Miller, … [Read more...] about Graduate Classes for Summer and Fall 2019