Imagine arriving in a foreign country with one piece of luggage, severe jet lag and no idea how to get to your destination. That was the reality for Andrew Allee, a biochemistry major at MU, when he arrived in Berlin for the RISE internship through the German Academic Exchange Service last summer. Learn More
For many students, the path to becoming a doctor starts with the MedOpp program. MedOpp, which is offered to all pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-optometry and pre-podiatry students at MU, is designed to complement a student’s academic achievements in preparation for application to professional schools. The programing is much more than academic advising. Learn More
Through “Thinking about Color,” students experience the many sides of color. The course, which debuted in Spring 2014, is team-taught by Nancy West, Carsten Strathausen and James Van Dyke, professors from different departments of MU who brought their expertise together for a unique class. Learn More
Sophomore Carolin Lehmann lived in Germany until her family moved to the United States when she was five-years old. It has long been her plan to return to her native country. She will have the opportunity for that experience after being selected to receive a University Summer Course Grant from DAAD. Learn More
While in high school, Trey Sprick had a feeling he would end up at Mizzou after his parents, brother, sister, brother in-law and sister in-law all graduated from MU.
“I love this university and I’m very proud of its status as an AAU institution,” says Sprick, a senior economic major from Kansas City. “It turns out a lot of great research and it balances that nicely with the needs of undergraduate students to learn.” Learn More
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.
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