A smoky solution — for plants
Another great example of undergraduate research! Check out the full story at Show Me Mizzou. Randi Noel, a sophomore undergraduate researcher, checks on one of the plants in the lab.
Brooke Weiler, senior in biochemistry and psychology. As a first-generation student in STEM, Brooke Weiler, a Mizzou senior, hopes to influence others in years to come as a professor in STEM. “I would like to use my experiences at Mizzou to encourage other first-generation women in STEM.” Navigating her career interests overwhelmed her time as…
Celebrating first-generation students
Madalyn MurryOriginally published on Show Me Mizzou, 11/7/2022Wensdai Brooks, third-year law student in the School of Law Hometown: Santa Cruz, California What is the best part of being a student at Mizzou? The Mizzou community is the best. There's nothing better than the feeling you have after you leave the library and you’ve found the…
Marching from the Writing Center to the parade
Elizabeth Busch waiting to play her piccolo as part of Marching Mizzou. Photo credit: April Davis No matter where she goes, Elizabeth Busch, a Mizzou senior majoring in Spanish and English, finds ways to put her passion to work for Mizzou’s Writing Center. Busch started as a tutor in the Writing Center the spring of…
Mizzou First-Generation Students who are also attending a university for the first time.
Tutoring hours students used in the Writing Center during the 2021-2022 academic year, incluging both Face-to-Face tutoring and using the Online Writery tutoring opportunity.
MU Connect helped faculty & staff save an estimated 6,394 hours in scheduling appointments.
Faculty gave students 47,926 kudos (praise) in MU Connect during the 2021-2022 academic year. Compared to 33,698 flags (concerns) raised during the same academic year.
2021 marked the third consecutive year of FIGs first time in college students had a retention rate above 90%
1 in 5
There are almost 4,000 undergraduate students at Mizzou who were admitted as transfer students. That’s almost 1 in 5 students!