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Maya Williams

By Madalynn Owens Maya Williams is a 3rd-year doctorate student in the Counseling Psychology program with a passion for supporting racial/ethnic minority students and their mental health. She began to pursue the field of counseling when she noticed in her own social circles that often mental health care meant relying on personal support systems. This

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Santiago Beis

Santiago Beis is earning a Master’s of Music at the University of Missouri.   School of Music is a ‘Light of Hope’ for an International Student by Christina Mascarenas Photo courtesy of Santiago Beis/taken by Eduarda Moliner The image of North America is the land of opportunity and diversity, said Santiago Beis. It’s what felt

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Drs. Hernandez, Fejzula, and Goyes Vallejos

Postdoc Spotlight – Preparing Future Faculty Cohort 3 Drs. Hernandez, Fejzula, and Goyes Vallejos Talk About Their Research and the Preparing Future Faculty Program. The Preparing Future Faculty Faculty Diversity (PFFFD) program is designed to promote and develop scholars for tenure-track faculty positions at the University of Missouri or elsewhere, in any discipline. The third

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Dr. Manuel Leal

Faculty Spotlight- Dr. Manuel Leal Faculty Member Building a Lab Where Everyone is Welcomed. As a kid, he would play with lizards in his backyard, so it was an easy transition to study them in graduate school. Manuel Leal, Ph.D., grew up in Puerto Rico and was always interested in understanding how the Anolis lizards

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Tigers Supporting Columbia Community

Graduate Students Timely Shift to Online Tutoring Supports Columbia Community in Difficult Times By Christina Mascarenas As the world adapts to a temporary new normal with classes and meetings online so has a tutoring program. The ‘A Way With Words & Numbers’ (or AWWWN) non-profit tutoring program housed in the Career Center at the University

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Civil and Environmental Engineering awarded NSF S-STEM

Preparing academically-talented Masters students in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure specialties among the focus of a new NSF S-STEM grant   The MU Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department was awarded the prestigious NSF S-STEM grant to train 24 undergraduate and 8 Masters students for careers in CEE (see also Student Success Focus of NSF

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Dr. Susan Renoe

Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Susan Renoe MU Assistant Vice Chancellor For Research Sponsors CTE Research Fellow The University of Missouri will have a role in bridging the gaps in Postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) research. Susan Renoe, Ph.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research, Extension and Engagement for MU, is sponsoring a 2020 Postsecondary CTE

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