Citizenship@Mizzou is a two-hour interactive program designed to introduce students to the values of Mizzou and to the ways in which university stakeholders engage with issues of citizenship on a richly varied and diverse campus.
The goal of the program is to prepare students to critically think about the work of Mizzou and to recognize that the faculty, staff and student population includes people from a wide range of places, spaces, identities and views.
Sessions will comprise brief faculty presentation, a music performance by students of Talking Drum, and a moderated discussion with new students about global and national identity in general and Mizzou identity in particular.
Attendance at one session is mandatory for all new undergraduate students. Participants should bring their student ID with them to check-in and have their attendance recorded. New freshmen and transfer students must attend one of the sessions in order to avoid a registration hold for second semester classes.
Wednesday, August 16 at 8:00am
South 9th Street, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211