Category: Education

[Baseball] Franklin Named Head Baseball Coach

University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis welcomes Jared Franklin as the head coach for the inaugural baseball…

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NGA, UMSL partnering to develop STEM professionals and educators

NGA Director Vice Admiral Robert D. Sharp (at left) and UMSL Chancellor sign an Educational Partnership Agreement on Wednesday during…

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Author Williams to give in-person reading

Acclaimed author Joy Williams returns to Washington University in St. Louis for a special in-person reading from her new novel,…

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Loomis to study novel molecular reaction pathways and dynamics

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Doctoral student and former pro baseball player Pete Paciorek connects character education and sports

Pete Paciorek is the founder of Character Loves Company, a nonprofit organization dedicated to using youth sports as a vehicle for…

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Dorothy, a publishing project, partners with New York Review of Books

Dorothy, a publishing project — the independent book publisher co-founded by Danielle Dutton and Martin Riker — has entered into a sales and distribution agreement…

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Facebook controversy raises ethical questions for corporations

This week, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testified about the tens of thousands of pages of internal documents she leaked exposing…

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New catalyst helps combine fuel cell, battery into one device

A single device that both generates fuel and oxidant from water and, when a switch is flipped, converts the fuel…

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Mokgosi named 2021-22 Freund Teaching Fellow

Two women, dressed in black, embrace beneath a commanding portrait of Harriet Tubman. A man sits at the edge of…

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[Men's Tennis] Men's Tennis Takes Down Westminster

The Eutectic men’s tennis team earned its second win in as many matches this fall on the road against Westminster…

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$35 million to support study of sleep disorder linked to neurodegeneration

People with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder act out their dreams. While sleeping safely in bed, for example,…

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BJC HealthCare to begin construction on new tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital

BJC HealthCare soon will break ground on a 16-story inpatient hospital tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH). The new inpatient tower…

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NIH awards 4 medical school scientists prestigious ‘high-risk, high-reward’ grants

Four scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have been awarded prestigious grants from the National Institutes…

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‘At my very best’ by Dakotah Jennifer

The people we love,The people who impact us, make marks on our lives,Leave something behind.The love they’ve given: the acts…

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University, region gather to honor Danforth

The Washington University in St. Louis community gathered in Graham Chapel on Oct. 2 to honor the legacy of Chancellor…

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How the expanded child tax credit is helping families

American households making less than $50,000 are more likely than higher-earning families to spend the expanded child tax credit on…

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UMSL kicks off LGBTQ+ History Month programming with Outburst talent show

PRIZM Queer Trans Straight Student Alliance President Amanda Marivic López Cachan shared a painting during Monday’s Outburst talent show. The…

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Eye on UMSL: Soaring above the sand

Students battled in an intramural sand volleyball match last Thursday afternoon on the court near Oak Hall and Seton Center…

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Media Coverage: September 2021

The University of Missouri–St. Louis makes a significant impact on the St. Louis area. Stories about the university, its scholars…

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UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

Forward Garrett Bass notched one of three UMSL goals in the men’s soccer team’s 3-2 victory over William Jewell on…

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Roell selected for DOE research program

McKelvey School of Engineering graduate student Garrett Roell has been accepted into the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR)…

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Hispanic Heritage Month panel discusses inclusivity in the workforce

Career Services Coordinator Scottie Floyd moderated a panel discussion on inclusion in the workforce with Esmeralda Aharon, Betsy Cohen, Lusnail…

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Holehouse receives NSF grant

Alex Holehouse, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biophysics at the School of Medicine, along with Shahar Sukenik, assistant professor…

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UMSL Accelerate kicks off round two of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Accelerator with reception

Monique Bynum, program director of UMSL DEI Accelerator and senior director of development at Boone Center Incorporated, spoke at Wednesday’s…

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[Cross Country] Women Finish 12th of 30 at Chilli Pepper Festival

The Eutectic women’s cross country team finished 12th of 30 teams in UHSP’s first team finish at the Chilli Pepper…

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[Men's Soccer] UHSP Men Shutout at MBU

The Eutectic men’s soccer team suffered a 5-0 American Midwest Conference loss on Saturday at Missouri Baptist University (4-6-0, 1-1-0…

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[Women's Soccer] Spartans Defeat UHSP Women

The Eutectic women’s soccer team dropped its third American Midwest Conference game on Saturday, falling 2-0 at Missouri Baptist University…

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[Volleyball] Euts Split Home Tri-Match

The Eutectic women’s volleyball team hosted College of the Ozarks (Mo.) and Lincoln Christian University (Ill.) for a tri-match on…

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Alumna Lauren Schoellhorn’s passion for teaching impacts students at Eureka High School

Lauren Schoellhorn (left) accepts her award for Rockwood School District’s 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year from school board president Jamie…

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