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Bringing Science to You: Science on Wheels Goes Virtual
March 19, 2021

Bringing Science to You: Science on Wheels Goes Virtual   Science on Wheels reimagines events to engage Missourians while staying safe during the ongoing pandemic. by  Madalynn Owens What does a scientist look like? Many people picture a person in a white lab coat looking into a microscope or someone pouring colored liquid into a

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Santiago Beis
November 18, 2020

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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Tigers Supporting Columbia Community
April 15, 2020

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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Jillian Barnas
April 16, 2019

Jillian Barnas, a doctoral candidate in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, is making her case for health and wellness through her research on maternal and childhood health while using exercise and physical activity to help combat the epidemic of childhood obesity. Part of her research also involves understanding the effects of maternal obesity on fetal outcomes

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Dr. Sarah Cramer
March 19, 2019

Dr. Sarah Cramer has come a long way from being caught skipping in the hallways of Gentry Hall by her advisor, Dr. Anna Hall. The recent Mizzou alum has now found her new home as a Brown-Teacher Scholar in the Department of Environmental Science & Studies at Stetson University but she still holds onto the

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Cydni Robertson
January 30, 2019

Cydni Robertson, Mizzou alum and first year doctoral student in Textile and Apparel Management, can now add published author to her CV after publishing her first children’s book “Mae & Louise: The Heritage Festival.” Just in time for Black History Month the story of Mae and Louise was inspired by Robertson’s own experiences that helped

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Daphne Valerius
April 17, 2018

Graduate Student Spotlight – Daphne Valerius & “TigerView”  How do we bring excellence and diversity to graduate education at Mizzou? The Center for Inclusive Excellence in the Graduate School has developed a number of diversity initiatives including TigerView, a graduate school preview program. The TigerView campus visitation program brings prospective graduate students with a serious

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