A Great Journey: Dr. John Jungmann, ’98, Talks Path to Leadership of Missouri’s Largest School District

There are a couple of things you notice when sitting down to talk with Dr. John Jungmann. The first is ...

Why I Give: Dr. Elke Howe

For nearly 10 consecutive years, Dr. Elke Howe has made it a priority to donate to the Engineering Technology Department ...

New Cohort Created in McDonald County

A newly created cohort is allowing some students to complete their degree without having to make the drive to campus. ...

Service and Community: Tim Arr, ’16, says Job with Indian Health Services an Enlightening Experience

For Tim Arr, his work as an environmental health officer with the Indian Health Service in Lawton, Okla., is more ...

Cross Country Teams Successful at MIAA, NCAA Championships

After repeating as team and individual champions at the MIAA Cross Country Championships at the Tom Rutledge Cross Country Course ...

Two New Certificate Programs Available

The School of Business has created two new certificate programs that are designed to have broad appeal. The Entrepreneurial Operations ...

Essential Viewing: Dr. Michael Howarth’s Latest Book Compiles Films Every High-School Student Should See

As he compiled the entries for his latest book, there were certain criteria Dr. Michael Howarth wanted films to meet ...

New Downtown Mural Taking Shape

Downtown Joplin is getting another splash of color thanks to a new four-panel mural being painted under the Sixth Street ...

Social Work Students Engaged in Record Number of Internships

A record number of students from the Social Work Department have been placed in internships for the fall semester. A ...

Campus Mourns Loss of Benefactor Bob Corley

Bob Corley, a longtime Joplin businessman and generous benefactor of Missouri Southern State University, died Friday, Sept. 6. Corley, who ...