The Missouri State Journal is a weekly program keeping you in touch with Missouri State University
Michael Rolling continues his discussion of researching the Gypsy Moth.
Michael Rolling talks about his research of the Gypsy Moth.
Patricia Ragan talks about the Physician Assistant Program at SMSU.
Michael Casey talks about the 40th anniversary season of SMSU's Tent Theatre.
Julie Bloodworth has more on the Missouri Fine Arts Academy which will be held at SMSU from June 9th through June 29th.
Janice Greene is the Director of the Bull Shoals Field Station.
Kent Thomas is Chancellor of the SMSU-West Plains Campus.
Mary Ann Claypool has information on the wide variety of Intersession classes offered at SMSU.
This edition of SMS and YOU features SMS Carillonist Jeremy Chesman.
Martin Rosenberg has more on the SMS College of Arts and Letters Lecture Series. The next presentation in the series features Adrian Piper.
James Giglio talks about the SMSU Board of Governor's approval of a policy allowing the granting of an honorary Doctoral degree.
Dennis Schmitt continues discussion on his work with endangered animals.
Dennis Schmitt is leading the way to insure the survival of endangered species.
David Dixon and Janet Martin discuss public health issues in rural Missouri
Pam Sailors talks about Women's History Month and the Gender Studies Program at SMSU.
Janice Clark Young talks about World Heath Day at SMSU.
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
Paul Durham is an Assistant Professor of Biology at SMSU and has researched migraine headaches.
On this edition of SMS and YOU, Katheryne Staeger-Wilson talks about the Workforce Recruitment Program.
Linda Johnson is the Director of the SMSU Student Exhibition Center and on this edition of SMS and YOU, she talks about "Moving the Fire", a photographic exhibit about the Trail of Tears.
Burl Self talks about the Trail of Tears and the re-settlement of Native Americans.
Pam Sailors talks about the public debate over cloning.