Events

Thursday, February 14

NSSE Survey for First-Year and Senior Students

Mizzou is seeking your input! The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is a national survey about student participation in their learning...

Division HR Officer Meeting

To provide a venue for division HR leaders, MU Division of Human Resource Services, and other university administrative partners to collaboratively...

EXHIBITION- Thomas Hart Benton's Perilous Visions

Benton's Perilous Visions August 11, 2018 – Spring 2019 Main Gallery, Columbia Research Center After the United States entered World War II, Missouri...

Global Crossings: Teach and Study Abroad Opportunities

Learn about College of Education programs in Cuba, India and Thailand. Accepting Applications! www.bit.ly/mizzou-ed-teach-abroad

African American Music & Migration

West Middle School & MU’s Back History Month Committee will host a musical presentation by NYU’s Prof. Kwame Coleman.

Open Help Hours for Teaching Technologies

Instructors can drop by for assistance with using campus supported teaching technologies including Canvas, Turnitin, MU Connect, iClicker, Panopto,...

Black History Knowledge as a Psychological Resource

A growing body of research suggests Black Americans thrive in the face of racial adversity when provided the resources to challenge oppressive narratives and...

Carter Center Visiting Scholar, Dr. Collette Chapman-Hilliard

Please join the Carter Center for K-12 Black History Education for a Research Talk and Workshop with... Collette Chapman-Hilliard, PhD Assistant Professor,...

Study abroad info session: Gilman Scholarship 101

Attend one of these info sesions to learn more about this nationally-competitive study abroad scholarship and how to maximize your chances of winning.

International Student Workshop: Optional Practical Training

Optional practical training is employment authorization that allows international students in F-1 status to work off-campus in positions directly to their...

Faculty Council Meeting

MU Faculty Council on University Policy bi-weekly meeting.

How the Founders Made the Constitution Their Valentine

In his Valentine’s Day talk, Stanford historian Jonathan Gienapp will show how ratification-era debates over what, exactly, the Constitution was ultimately...

Study abroad info session: From the Amazon to the Galapagos at Universidad Yachay Tech

Study abroad on the From the Amazon to the Galapagos at Universidad Yachay Tech program in Urcuqui, Ecuador. Explore the tropical diversity of Ecuador on...

Thursday, February 14