Missouri State University's Institute for Sschool Improvement and 10 school districts in southwest Missouri have formed the Ozarks Educational Reseach Initiative. Vicki Schmitt discusses the initiative.
Debbie Nelson, program coordinator with the Regional Consortium for Education and Technology in Southwest Missouri (RCET) discusses the 19th annual Southwest Education and Technology Conference, which will is schedules for March 4-5 at Missouri State University.
The Department of Religious Studies and the College of Humanities and Public Affairs will present "So, what's happening with The Dead Sea Scrolls Today" at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 in the Plaster Student Union Theater. Dr. James C. VanderKam from the University of Notre Dame is the featured speaker.
Kevin Pybas, assistant professor of political science and pre-law advisor at Missouri State; and Gary Lynch, chief judge of the Missouri Court of Appeals-Southern District; discuss the Jan. 22 session of the court, which will be held in Plaster Student Union.
David Vinyard, a 2007 Honors College graduate, was the first-ever Rhodes Scholarship finalist from Missouri State. He and Dr. Denise Dutton, assistant professor of political science, discuss the Rhodes process.
When it comes to planning a Thanksgiving menu, there are numerous recipes and meal plans designed to cater to a variety of guests -- even the vegetarian. Melanie Grand is an assistant professor of hospitality and restaurant administration. She discusses how to prepare a great Thanksgiving dinner -- without the turkey.