Monthly Archives: September 2019

Sep 09, 2019

Coming Events – Please Join Us!


OCTOBER 18-20, 24-26 “Crazy for You” Potter Hall Theater OCTOBER 18 & NOVEMBER 8 Music Department-wide Recital Noon Potter Hall Theater OCTOBER 23 & NOVEMBER 19 International Center’s Tea and Talk Noon, Blum 210 OCTOBER 29 International Cooking Class 4 p.m., Commons Building (By Residence Halls) NOVEMBER 3 Opera Workshop Concert 7:30 p.m. Potter [...]

Coming Events – Please Join Us!2019-09-11T20:25:28+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

CFE Celebrates 5!


The Center for Entrepreneurship in the Craig School of Business and Technology celebrated its fifth anniversary this year. Since it opened, the Center has worked with more than 580 entrepreneurs, created 242 new jobs, retained 125 jobs and made an economic impact of more than $25 million. “I am so grateful that the Craig School [...]

CFE Celebrates 5!2019-09-11T20:15:41+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

University Offers Accelerated Cybersecurity Degree


Students have an opportunity to earn a master’s degree in cybersecurity in five years, thanks to an accelerated program in the Department of Computer Science, Math and Physics. Those working on a bachelor’s degree in computer science or applied computer technology may take up to 12 graduate credit hours in cybersecurity courses during their senior [...]

University Offers Accelerated Cybersecurity Degree2019-09-11T20:14:31+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

MSN/MBA New this Fall


A master’s program that combines nursing and business for nurses who want advance their healthcare careers  began this fall. A joint Master of Science in Nursing in Health Care Leadership/Master of Business Administration degree can be earned with 47 credit hours – 26 nursing credits and 21 business credits. The MSN courses will be offered [...]

MSN/MBA New this Fall2019-09-11T20:13:38+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

Convocation Features Jon Meacham


Presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham will be the guest speaker for the 26th annual R. Dan Boulware Convocation on Critical Issues at Missouri Western State University this month. His presentation, “The Soul of America: Moving Beyond Division and Hostility,” will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in the Looney Complex Arena. [...]

Convocation Features Jon Meacham2019-09-11T20:12:44+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

Foundation Funds Student’s D.C. Internship


Mazzie Boyd worked for U. S. Sen. Roy Blunt this past summer. Mazzie Boyd spent her summer as an intern for Sen. Roy Blunt in Washington, D.C., thanks to funding from the Missouri Western State University Foundation to help pay for her housing while there. “It was a great experience,” she said. “I [...]

Foundation Funds Student’s D.C. Internship2019-09-11T20:10:43+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

President Plans Initiatives


Missouri Western President Matt Wilson has hit the ground running as the University’s new president and has a number of initiatives he is working on. He is quick to note that students are his first priority, and he is focusing on initiatives that will help recruit new students and retain current students. One of those [...]

President Plans Initiatives2019-09-11T20:08:14+00:00
Sep 09, 2019

New Vice President for University Advancement and Foundation Executive Director


Welcome to the new vice president for University Advancement – R. Todd Simpson, who had been serving as chief executive officer of the Peru State College Foundation. Simpson will begin his duties as vice president for university advancement and executive director of the Missouri Western State University Foundation Sept. 16. “We are excited to have [...]

New Vice President for University Advancement and Foundation Executive Director2019-09-11T20:05:31+00:00
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