Education

Education news and issues in the Ozarks.

Summer is around the corner, and for many people, getting into summer-ready shape is a priority.

While maintaining weight and fitness level all-year-round is the best practice, things get in the way and it can be tough.

There are no quick fixes, but do not give up. There is still time to get fit for the summer if you put in the effort. 

When you have a disability, some things are more challenging. In this same mindset, when performers are told to limit their movements or to restrict themselves in some way, they could become frustrated. But to Telory Arendell, associate professor in the department of theatre and dance at Missouri State, she considers it freeing to not be confined by the norms and expectations.

Courtesy of Drury University

This week on Making Democracy Work, host Leslie Carrie talks with Katie Gilbert, who recently began her position as field representative for the Missouri Humanities Council.  Gilbert is also associate professor of literature at Drury University.

Today’s discussion focuses on the role of the Humanities Council, and programs Gilbert is involved in with her new position.

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The Bear Battalion, Missouri State University’s Army ROTC program, was founded in 1952.

“But it’s grown over the years, so it’s not just composed of Missouri State University students,” said MSU president Clif Smart.

The ROTC battalion also includes students from Evangel University, Drury University, College of the Ozarks, Ozarks Technical Community College, and Southwest Baptist University.

Missouri State University

A former first daughter will headline Missouri State University’s 2018 Public Affairs Conference.  Jenna Bush Hager will serve as keynote speaker September 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts. 

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