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Watch as Mizzou undergraduate and graduate student finalists in the Entrepreneur Quest program pitch their business ideas to a distinguished panel of judges. First place will win $15,000, second place $10,000 […]
Stepping off the traditional academic faculty pathway – that well-trodden road leading from assistant to associate to full professor – can feel daunting, especially after most PhDs have invested over […]
Optional Practical Training is employment authorization that allows international students in F-1 status to work off-campus in positions directly to their major field of study. All F-1 students planning to apply for […]