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  • David Schenker, Nicole Monnier and Rachel HarperHonors Faculty Among Arts and Science Week Award Winners

    Honors Humanities Sequence instructors David Schenker, Nicole Monnier and Rachel Harper earned the Purple Chalk Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching during College of Arts & Science Week. Learn More

  • 14 Students Earn Award for Academic Distinction

    The University of Missouri Award for Academic Distinction recognizes undergraduate students who go above and beyond expectations to contribute to the academic atmosphere at the University of Missouri. The University and various organizations at MU recognize students for their leadership, their service, and their campus involvement. Learn More

  • Lisette RossmanMU Student Follows Inspiration to Study Abroad

    Rossman has been awarded the MU Stipendium for German Studies, which is a $250 scholarship co-sponsored by the department of German Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences. She will attend the Universität des Saarlandes, where she will start with a month-long introductory class for international students. Learn More

  • Julia MooreJulia Moore Expands Horizon with Global Connect

    MU Global Connect is a new interdisciplinary undergraduate certificate that is already having an impact on students. While the certificate aims to prepare students for a new global reality, those pursuing it are finding the certificate opens them up to new topics. Learn More

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Kate Gallagher

Kate Gallagher

When Kate Gallagher was a freshman at Mizzou she was told that there were three “S’s” of college—school, sleep and social life— and that she needed to pick two. Instead, she added a fourth.

“I threw in sports,” she says. Learn More

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