Events

Tuesday, November 12

High Plains Jamboree Exhibition

HIGH PLAINS JAMBOREE” EXHIBITION OPENS AT BINGHAM GALLERY Location: Fine Arts Building, Room A125. 505 Hitt Street, Columbia, MO 65211 EXHIBITION DATES:...

MEDIA ADVISORY: MU to make major gift announcement

WHAT: University of Missouri officials will announce a major gift from the Kinder Foundation to support new degree opportunities for undergraduate and...

Book Discussion: The Round House

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, The Bridge November Book Discussion is The Round House by Louise Erdrich. Louise Erdrich's novel that won...

Book Discussion: The Round House by Louise Erdrich

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, The Bridge November Book Discussion is The Round House by Louise Erdrich. Louise Erdrich's novel that won...

Smith/Patterson Science Journalism Lecture: Jon Cohen, senior correspondent at Science magazine

The Missouri School of Journalism will welcome science journalist and author Jon Cohen to campus Nov. 12 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Monsanto Auditorium, Bond...

Summer Welcome Tabling

DO YOU WANNA BE A SUMMER WELCOME LEADER? Come stop by Speaker's Circle or the student center to get more information. Hosted by: New Student...

Study abroad info session: World History on the German Stage

Study abroad during summer 2020 on the World History on the German Stage program in Berlin and Leipzig, Germany. Study the culture and media landscape of...

Study abroad info session: World History on the German Stage

Study abroad during summer 2020 on the World History on the German Stage program in Berlin and Leipzig, Germany. Study the culture and media landscape of...

Geography Club General Meeting

Join us for the MU Geography Club general monthly meeting and experience geography in a non-academic setting; we will have a guest speaker from the geography...

“Missouri in the World and the World in Missouri”

Tamson Pietsch, Director of the Australian Centre for Public History at the University of Technology Sydney, will present her current research on the impetus...

Facebook Live Q&A

Join us for a live Q&A on Facebook! Dr. Marra & Dr. Harper Morris will discuss the Bachelor of Educational Studies degree...

Editors' Meeting

Edit the footage from our shoots into a finished webseries! People of all skill levels welcome. Hosted by: Shot Reverse Shot Additional Information can be...

Critical Problem Response: A Discussion on Gun Violence

Join a panel of Columbia community members to discuss gun violence and the impact on our community youth, and learn what it means to to be a trauma-informed...

Critical Problem Response: A Discussion on Gun Violence

Join us for a discussion about gun violence and the impact on the Columbia youth and how to be a trauma-informed practitioner, moderated by Dr. Ashley...

Full Senate

Conversations with administrators about issues student face. Hosted by: MSA Senate Additional Information can be found at:...

MF Meeting

Meetings are held in Cornell Hall (room varies year to year) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Hosted by: Marketing Forum Additional Information can be found at:...

Mental Health 101

Mental Health is extremely important to be cognitive of and how to manage it for any and all. Being engineers, and black at that, it is easy to lose touch of...

Sexual Health Jeopardy

How much do you know about sexual health? Come learn and test your knowledge on sexual health with your peers. Sexual Health Jeopardy will be presented by...

Beyond Campus: Bringing MU to St. Lou 2019

“Neandertals as People: Exploring Lives of Humans in the Past” Associate Professor Libby Cowgill, Anthropology Cortex Innovation Community, Havana Room...

Greek Allies Safe Space Training

Come join us for a safe space training where we will discuss how to be a better LGBTQ+ ally within the Greek community here on campus! Hosted by: Greek...

Native American Heritage Month: Two Spirits Panel Event

Queer Indigeneity In most LGBT circles, the narratives and input of native people are often overlooked or ignored. Many nations have had their own roles and...

Tuesday, November 12