Category: University of Missouri – St. Louis

UMSL Succeed hosts Vocational Expo with St. Louis Arc

The Succeed Program partnered with St. Louis Arc and the Special School District of St. Louis County to organize the…

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Eye on UMSL: Spring planting

Gregory Ward, the grounds supervisor at the University of Missouri–St. Louis, plants flowers in the Quad outside Clark Hall on…

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UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

Fifth-year senior Emma Thorngren will compete in the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championship for the fourth time after finishing…

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Alumnus Will Werner hired to lead UMSL’s National Security and Community Policy Collaborative

Will Werner has been hired as the new director of UMSL’s National Security and Community Policy Collaborative. Werner spent nearly…

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Music of Latin America makes cultural connections during UMSL’s Piano Studio livestreamed concert

Darwin Aquino director of the UMSL Symphony Orchestra and Alla Voskoboynikova, director of keyboard studies, hosted the virtual concert Tuesday evening….

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Undergraduate Research Symposium moves to digital presentations for individual interaction and examination

Education major Madison Beirne (upper right corner) conducts an online presentation of “A Velvet Rope of Exclusion: The Delmar Divide”…

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Sharon Pruitt-Young showcases versatility at UMSL in writing career

Experiences such as serving as the editor of the UMSL student newspaper The Current and writing for the Pierre Laclede…

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Lav Gupta part of UM System team working to bring high-speed internet to rural communities

Lav Gupta, and assistant professor of computer science, worked in telecommunications in India and helped build the backbone network for…

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Better vision care in the palm of your hand

Optometrist Tareq Nabhan (left) and computer scientist Sanjiv Bhatia (center) have been working with research engineering technician Michael Howe to…

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A decade of opportunity: Opportunity Scholars Program impacts students and St. Louis area

This academic year marks the 10 years for the UMSL Opportunity Scholars Program. The all-inclusive, four-year Pierre Laclede Honors College…

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Pretend Friends: An UMSL love story blossoms into a successful design studio

Anna (right) and Daniel Clark started their design studio, Pretend Friends, with the thought it would help them land larger…

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Deaf student Sunshine Miles fights through perceptions to become a nurse

BSN student Sunshine Miles always wanted to be part of the medical world but had to fight through others’ perceptions….

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May nursing graduate Brandon Gilliam crafts leadership skills in his third career

UMSL student Brandon Gilliam has been a broadcast journalist, an educator and an RN. Working through the pandemic, he used…

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UMSL holding virtual commencement ceremonies for more than 1,800 graduates on May 15

The University of Missouri–St. Louis is expected to confer 1,379 degrees to students in the spring semester and 448 more…

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TikTok manager shares tips and tricks at UMSL’s Midwest Digital Marketing Conference

Greg Weingarden, TikTok Brand Partnerships Manager, speaks at the 2021 Midwest Digital Marketing Conference. With 1.5 billion downloads, 800 million…

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Media Coverage: April 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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French and communication graduate Rachel Thompson finds her place at UMSL

Rachel Thompson found purpose and discovered a natural instinct for event planning through involvement with the Millennium Student Center, Recreation…

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UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

Marina Prediger and Ben-Hur Kasprzak each concluded careers as the most winning singles players in school history as the UMSL…

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Eye on UMSL: Simulation lab

A worker takes action as part of the renovation and expansion of the Nursing Learning Resource and Simulation Center at…

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UMSL awards supplemental research funding to 79 faculty members through the CARES Act

The Office of the Provost has awarded awarding supplemental research funding through the CARES Act to 79 faculty members whose research…

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‘Our side of the story’: A glimpse into the daily life of an UMSL student nurse vaccinator

From left: UMSL College of Nursing students Tanya McLaughlin and Sam Gockel are among the 10 student nurses who gave…

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Biology Professor Patricia Parker elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Patricia Parker, the E. Desmond Lee Endowed Professor in Zoological Studies, was elected to the American Academy of Arts and…

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Eye on UMSL: Plant sale

Biology doctoral students, from left, Eva Colberg, Rachel Brant and Andreia Figueiredo work at the Biology Graduate Student Association‘s annual…

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Marvin Berkowitz’s new book primes school leaders for character education

  Marvin Berkowitz’s new book, “PRIMED for Character Education: Six Design Principles for School Improvement,” draws upon years of research in…

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MSW graduate JoAnna Watts moves from business world to run new CASA branch

JoAnna Watts ran operations at national retailers such as Target and Toys “R” Us for more than a decade before…

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UMSL recognizes six faculty members for outstanding research, innovation over the past year

The Office of Research and Economic and Community Development honored (clockwise from top left) Jianli Pan, Nancy Singer, Jerome Morris,…

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New addition to Science Learning Building lobby celebrates innovation

A newly installed UMSL Innovation wall in the lobby of the Science Learning Building contains plaques recognizing UMSL inventors on…

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