Events

Thursday, November 2

EXHIBITION-Being Bussabarger: Ceramics, Paintings, Sketchbooks, and More

Being Bussabarger: Ceramics, Paintings, Sketchbooks, and More October 31, 2017 - May 5, 2018 Main Gallery, Columbia Research Center Painter, sculptor, and...

Exhibition: Impressions of Modernity: Prints from 1870 to 1945

Prints are often overlooked in histories of Modernism, although many artists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were also printmakers. This...

Exhibition: The Lasting World: Simon Dinnerstein and The Fulbright Triptych

This exhibition of Simon Dinnerstein’s work explores the noted New York artist’s creative arc from early, hyper-realist works through more introspective and...

Global Crossings

Thursdays, in The Bridge! Come network with globally-minded Tigers! Global Crossings’ mission is to connect our shared humanity with weekly opportunities...

Study abroad info session: Semester at Sea

Have you considered studying abroad? How about on the ocean? Semester at Sea is a unique study abroad experience that will allow you to visit 10-12 countries...

Department of Biomedical Sciences Fall 2017 Seminar

William Durante, Ph.D., Professor; Department of Medical Pharmacology & Physiology "Signaling gases in vascular injury and disease"

Hands-on Canvas Help Sessions for Instructors

Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO) is hosting a new round of hands-on Canvas Help Sessions for instructors who are ready to work on developing...

Study abroad info session: Culture, Public Health and Social Services: Exploring Greece

Study abroad during summer 2018 on the Culture, Public Health and Social Services: Exploring Greece program in Athens and Larissa, Greece. Gain an...

Conservatives and the Constitution: A Two-Day Book Conference

Leading scholars of constitutional law and American constitutionalism will come to campus for a two-day conference to highlight Boston College Professor Ken...

Conservatives and the Constitution: Book Conference with Boston College's Ken Kersch

On November 2 and 3, the Kinder Institute will bring leading scholars of American constitutionalism and constitutional law to campus for a two-day conference...

Distinguished Lecture Series in Psychological Sciences

The Department of Psychological Sciences in conjunction with the College of Arts & Science is pleased to announce the second of five invited talks in our...

Multicultural Hour: Fresh Off the Boat — Life of Immigrants in America

Multicultural Hour is a weekly, informal roundtable discussion where international students and visiting scholars are invited to interact with domestic...

Study abroad info session: French Language and Culture

Study abroad during summer 2018 on the French Language and Culture program in Lyon and Paris, France. See the sights of Paris before traveling to Lyon to...

Buried Above Ground Film Screening

Buried Above Ground tells the stories of three Americans, including Luis Montalvan, who battled post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). During six years, the...

Diwali

Diwali is the Hindu celebration of the festival of lights and one of India’s biggest celebrations of the year. Check out how we do Diwali here at Mizzou....

Festival of South African Dance

This spectacular show features both the gumboots and pantsula dance companies, combining these unique South African dance cultures for a amazing...

Mizzou 3MT Competition

An 80,000 word thesis could take 9 hours to present. Their time limit … 3 minutes. Make plans to join us for the 2017 Mizzou 3MT competition on Thursday,...

Thursday, November 2