Learning Supplement

By Kelsie Schrader Every major has its notoriously difficult classes that all students must take during their first or second years at Mizzou, and many of these classes can make the transition to… Continue reading

Research by Design

By Alyssa Bessasparis Textile and apparel management major Kathleen Kowalsky finished her busy final semester at Mizzou with a gender-neutral capstone project. Partnering with fellow seniors Imani Chambers and Rebecca Schneider, Kowalsky designed… Continue reading

Art Showing

By Alyssa Bessasparis For the months of March and April, the walls of Central Bank of Boone County in downtown Columbia were lined with Simon Tatum’s paintings featuring Caymanian migration, religion, slavery, colonialism… Continue reading

DYK: Career Center

Did you know the MU Career Center assists nearly 8,000 visitors each year? We continue our Did You Know series by taking a look at the MU Career Center, which aims to empower… Continue reading

On Display

A record 360 undergraduates presented their work at the annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements Forum this week at the Bond Life Science Building. This event showcases the impressive work that undergraduates are… Continue reading

MU Excels

On Wednesday, Mizzou students who have pursued nationally-competitive fellowships during the past academic year were recognized at the annual MU Excels reception. The event honors all students who have put the time and… Continue reading

Opportunity beyond Mizzou

Earlier this spring, MU senior Helen Bass was awarded the Mark Twain Fellowship, an MU-sponsored award that provides support for Mizzou students and recent alumni seeking to pursue graduate study abroad in any… Continue reading

DYK: Academic Retention Services

Did you know that the MU Academic Retention Services (ARS) mails over 3,000 letters to new students each year? The mailing project is an effort to connect with newly admitted incoming first-year students,… Continue reading

Excellent Teaching Extends Beyond Classroom

A few weeks ago on this blog we discussed a new book which was comprised of teaching tips from Mizzou professors who had been awarded the prestigious William T. Kemper Fellowship. This week,… Continue reading

Serve, Don’t Help

It’s almost Spring Break at Mizzou. Next week students will head out for trips to a beach, a ski slope or maybe even Vegas. For other, the break means a journey back home… Continue reading