Events

Wednesday, November 29

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...

Allsteel Meet & Greet

Allsteel will be on campus introducing themselves and talking a little more about Allsteel and their jobs! Come check them out and say hi! Find out what...

Study abroad info session: Comparative Criminal and Juvenile Justice

Study abroad during summer 2018 on the Comparative Criminal and Juvenile Justice program in Brisbane and Gold Coast, Australia. Explore criminal and juvenile...

Wednesday Wonderings in The Bridge

Weekly Discussion Series in The Bridge A question of the week will be posed on Mondays to shape the focus of the weekly “Wednesday Wonderings” discussion....

Canvas Overview for Instructors

The Canvas Overview covers the basics of setting up your Canvas course shell. Topics covered in this 90-minute session include: Account & Notifications...

Calling Out Confederacy: What's Next?

Join NABSE in a rich discussion as we unpack the confederacy and define our next steps in educating a 21st century generation.

Youth Activism: Walkouts, Protests & Perspectives on Responding

Presented by LTC 4550 Critical Space Projects: Matt Jahnke, Emilee Madlinger, Samantha Moody-Walker, Paige Lankford, & Emily Lee Students are becoming more...

Mizzou Mandarin

Mizzou Mandarin, a program of the MU Confucius Institute, offers an opportunity for all MU undergraduates, graduates, faculty, staff and community members to...

Wednesday, November 29