Dennis Schmitt is leading the way to insure the survival of endangered species.
Kris Kallen-School Board Candidate (Dr. Lloyd Young and Mark Biggs talks with school board candidate Kris Kallen.)
Berl Best-School Board Candidate (Dr. Lloyd Young and Mark Biggs interview school board candidate Berl Best.)
David Dixon and Janet Martin discuss public health issues in rural Missouri
Mary Norman-School Board Candidate (Dr. Lloyg Young and Mark Biggs interview school board candidate Mary Norman.)
Pam Sailors talks about Women's History Month and the Gender Studies Program at SMSU.
School Board (Deborah Biggs talks with a former school board member about the duties and responsibilities members have.)
Janice Clark Young talks about World Heath Day at SMSU.
Women's History Month (On today's edition of Making Democracy Work, a discussion about Women's History month).
This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.
Neil Disarno talks about SMSU's role in providing assistance with hearing tests for new borne in Missouri's hospitals.
Jack Hunter talks about the role Career Services plays in finding jobs for SMS students after graduation.
Nahela Hadi is the niece of the former King of Afghanistan. She is also the Deputy Director of the Adopt a Minefield Campaign and will speak at SMSU on Friday February 22.
Jana Loge discusses the Missouri Reading Initiative Program
Levy Increase for Schools
Paul Durham is an Assistant Professor of Biology at SMSU and has researched migraine headaches.
Springfield City Utilities
On this edition of SMS and YOU, Katheryne Staeger-Wilson talks about the Workforce Recruitment Program.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day