Each month I highlight some of the videos posted to the Missouri State University YouTube channel. The goal of these monthly posts is to share the great production work being done by the staff and student videographers in the office of web and new media, as well as videos produced by other units on campus.
Please feel free to share and embed these videos on your websites and social media presences where appropriate.
President Smart’s Instagram video series
To welcome students back to campus this fall, the office of web and new media worked with President Smart to develop a short Instagram video series. The seven-video series focused on key Welcome Weekend activities and “must-do’s” for new and returning students alike.
See the videos on the President’s blog along with comments from students and others on campus.
What’s New at MSU 2013-14
2013-14 was a great year for Missouri State. From impressive new facilities to achievements of our students and faculty, we have a lot of good news to share.
This video was produced by Ozarks Public Television for the office of the president.
60 Seconds of Welcome Weekend
Three days and 15+ events in just 60 seconds. This video is a quick round-up of Welcome Weekend festivities.
This video was produced by web and new media for the office of student engagement.
Experience the MSU College of Business
When you’re in a place that’s right for you, you just know it. The Missouri State College of Business wants to help you find that feeling on our campus.
This video was produced by the office of web and new media for the College of Business.
Graduate student aids professor in grapevine research
While many students are passionate about the inner workings of plants, few get to work side-by-side with a professor and participate in groundbreaking research. LeAnn Hubbert, a plant science and agriculture graduate student, has been working closely with Dr. Wenping Qiu, a research professor in the William H. Darr School of Agriculture.
This video was produced by the division of marketing and communications for the spotlight system.
Taking a new look at the needs of cancer patients
Third time’s the charm for junior Kirby Williams – at least when it comes to deciding on a major. The former pre-law, political science major turned chemistry student has found a new place in the psychology department and within a new field: psycho-oncology.
This video was produced by the office of university communications for My Place at Missouri State.
Please visit our Video Services page if you are interested in having our office produce a video for your University unit or department.