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The Missouri State University Foundation was founded in 1981 in order to fulfill the University's mission as a comprehensive university in the center of a unique metropolitan region.
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Women in STEM fields
The College Database recently ranked MSU 39th nationally among schools in America for the education of women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Collectively, these are referred to as STEM fields.
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  • YRYW The Great Pacific Northwest
    15 minutes agoDining Services Facebook
    Garst Dining Center's Your Region Your World featured flavors from the Pacific Northwest. Today's menu consisted of simple and sweet options that complemented the weather perfectly.
    Garst Dining Center's Your Region Your World featured flavors from the Pacific Northwest. Today's menu consisted of simple and sweet options that complemented the weather perfectly.
  • Physicist highlighted for research on nanomaterials, new energy sources
    15 minutes agoGraduate College Blog
    Get a peek inside the lab of Dr. Robert Maynovic in upcoming Mind's Eye issue.
  • We have so much spirit on campus, even our ...
    We have so much spirit on campus, even our trees are maroon. #GoMaroon #BearBackside
    17 minutes ago • 5 people like this • SOAR Facebook
  • Obama's Japan visit unlikely to be fruitful[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn
    34 minutes agoNewsmakers
    On Oct 3, 2013, the White House announced that President Barack Obama had cancelled plans to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting because of the US government shutdown. Ever since the US administration had been crafting plans for Obama to visit Asia. On Wednesday, Air Force One will land in Tokyo. Japan is the US president's first destination on an East Asian tour that will also take him to the Republic of Korea, the Philippines and Malaysia. Obama's trip has sparked discussions for obvious reasons. Most of the speculation focuses on his anticipated talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. At the last moment, Obama's stay in Japan was extended to three days (from the originally planned two) with Tokyo announcing that he would visit as a state guest - an arrangement that means a lot photo-ops.
  • Congratulations to Dr. Mary Jo Wynn on being ...
    Congratulations to Dr. Mary Jo Wynn on being honored as the first female Missouri Sports Legend by the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

    Art Hains spoke with Dr. Wynn this week about her recognition and her time guiding the #MSUBears.
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    36 minutes ago • 1 comment • 21 people like this • Missouri State Bears Facebook
  • STOP THE POP- The truth behind abuse on ADD and ADHD medication
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    We've researched the effects of ADD and ADHD medication on those students not prescribed. We focused mainly on the prevalence of the problem as it applies to the United States and globally. We've proposed alternative methods of stress release that help to improve cognitive functioning rather than abusing the ADD ...

  • Desserts spelled backwards? STRESSED
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    Stress is inevitable, especially for college students. Through discovering student's opinions and attitudes towards stress, we developed a stress reducing program from Missouri State Students.

    Presentations by student groups reported the findings of research dealing with a contemporary social issue that affects ...

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    RT @MSUBearsFHockey: Congrats to Dr. Mary Jo Wynn on becoming the first woman inducted as a Missouri Sports Legend pic.twitter.com/wkQi8VHdpz
    57 minutes ago • 1 retweet • Alumni Association Twitter
  • Human Trafficking in a city near you
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    Our awareness campaign has exposed areas close to home in the state of Missouri that have been affected by human trafficking.

    Presentations by student groups reported the findings of research dealing with a contemporary social issue that affects our community.

    Each presentation identifies and critically ...

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    Ken Coopwood presenting the first Diversity Champion award to Judge Jimmie M. Edwards. #diversity14 #diversityMSU pic.twitter.com/kn8SdfVY1U
    1 hour ago • 2 retweets • Diversity and Inclusion Twitter
  • In the face of homelessness: Breaking the stereotype
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    This project worked to expose the facts surrounding homelessness in Springfield. Our goal was to break the stereotype generally associated with the homeless culture.

    Presentations by student groups reported the findings of research dealing with a contemporary social issue that affects our community.

    Each ...

  • C.A.P.A.B.L.E. - Creating a positive atmosphere by leading each other
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    This group's main focus was to give back to the community of those with disabilities through fundraising and volunteering. We raised awareness of others, as well as our own by showing that individuals with disabilities are C.A.P.A.B.L.E.

    Presentations by student groups reported the findings of research dealing ...

  • April Student Spotlight: Alexis Carter
    Public Affairs Spotlight - Meet Alexis Carter
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    Fine Arts senior, Alexis Carter, is being showcased for her engagement to help protect and improve water quality in the Ozarks. Alexis was chosen as one of the artists to participate in the 2014 Storm Drain Reveal Project, a joint effort by the City of Springfield and the James River Basin Partners…
  • Emma Donovan studied away last semester in ...
    Emma Donovan studied away last semester in Bulgaria! This semester she is studying away in Nicaragua! Happy Travels, Emma!

    "Cleaning fish for the first time in the Miskito Cays. The Miskito Cays are located 45 miles off the coast of Nicaragua in the Caribbean. They are a collection of stilted houses built in ...
    1 hour ago • 2 people like this • Study Away Facebook
  • Come down to the SAC Office (PSU 115, across from Starbucks) to sign up and be one of the lucky 15 who can participate in the Improv Workshop this Saturday at 4:30 PM with Chicago improvisers, Dillon Cassidy and Lucas Rim, from the iO Theater!

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