March 2017 News

Detailed Art

For senior art major Edward Henuber, history is interesting and inspirational. History influences his ideas and the process he uses to create his artwork.

Learning Culture

Peer advisor and senior journalism major Jared Day guides Malory Huck, a senior biology major, through the application process for the Multicultural Certificate. In 2007, two students graduated with the Multicultural Certificate. Last spring 1,068 students earned the certificate. The growth of the certificate has come under the watch of psychological sciences professor Etti Naveh-Benjamin, who…

Smooth Transition

Each summer, a group of incoming freshman spend eight weeks at the University of Missouri adjusting to college life, while also earning college credit.

Writing Science

Most kids have idols—people they look up to or aspire to be. For junior Sarah Marcum, that was astronomer and author Carl Sagan. Marcum grew up watching all of Sagan’s PBS series on astronomy, enchanted with the scientific concepts and visuals. When the series ended, she took to Sagan’s books. “I read everything he wrote,” Marcum says.…

Freeman Hrabowski to Deliver Keynote Address at Mizzou’s Celebration of Teaching

In 2012, TIME Magazine named the University of Maryland, Baltimore County President among the “100 Most Influential People in the World.”

Award-Winning Art and Design

The Second Annual Undergraduate Visual Art & Design Showcase featured 40 projects on display in Jesse Hall, Jan. 30-Feb. 3, 2017. Several of those projects received recognition at the award ceremony that concluded the week’s events with two projects taking top honors.