Category: University of Missouri – St. Louis

UMSL Veterans Center organizes 9/11 memorial

Students, staff and faculty planted American Flags on the Millennium Student Center South Lawn to remember the lives lost during…

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UMSL remains on the rise in latest US News ‘Best Colleges’ rankings

The University of Missouri–St. Louis ranked No. 118 among public universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 ‘Best Colleges’…

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St. Louis Business Journal honors Natissia Small as champion for diversity and inclusion

The St. Louis Business Journal honored Natissia Small as a 2021 Champions for Diversity & Inclusion Award recipient. Small serves…

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UMSL to distribute $10.8 million in COVID relief funding to students this school year

The Office of Student Financial Aid has already awarded more than $4 million to 2,450 students and plans on distributing a…

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Eye on UMSL: Magic in the MSC

A group of students took a break from their studies last week to play a game of “Magic: The Gathering”…

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UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

Peyton McNabb helped rally the women’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Delta State with a second-half goal in…

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Psychology major Emily Kersten finds her place through involvement on campus

Emily Kersten, a senior, has worked as a desk attendant and intern at Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis…

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Students hungry for connection at UMSL Fall Involvement Expo

Organizations such as the Minority Student Nurses Association set up in the Millennium Student Center third floor rotunda last Wednesday…

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Anita Manion, Steve Moehrle, Kimberly Welch tapped as Presidential Engagement Fellows

UMSL faculty members (from left) Anita Manion, Steve Moehrle and Kimberly Welch are among the latest class of University of…

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Assistant Professor Vivek Singh’s research aimed at addressing practical problems of industry

Vivek Singh, an assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems and Technology at UMSL, has studied different aspects of cloud…

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St. Louis Public Radio Celebrates 25th Anniversary Of ‘St. Louis On The Air’

Sarah Fenske (left) hosts a recording of “St. Louis on the Air” in front of members of the Pierre Laclede…

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College of Optometry students help treat 103 patients at OneSight Kansas City clinic

UMSL College of Optometry students (from left) Patrick Stifter, Kristin Doefler, Alisha Musau and Katie Wilhelmus helped screen 103 patients…

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UMSL School of Social Work holds virtual seminar on caring for transgender and nonbinary patients

The behavioral workforce education training seminar, titled “A Discussion on Providing Affirming Care for Transgender and Non-Binary Clients in Behavioral…

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Eye on UMSL: Happy to be back

Students showed their excitement to be back on campus last week as they walked through the Quad on their way…

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New sport management program jump starts students’ careers

Sport management students (from left) Eddie Cooney, Connor Horack, Myles Cephas and Lucas Marroquin interned for the Alton River Dragons, a collegiate…

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UMSL honors faculty completing ACUE’s Effective Online Teaching Practices program

Andy Goodman, the former director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and a faculty member in the Department of…

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Tina Pamintuan chosen to serve as CEO of St. Louis Public Radio 

Tina Pamintuan will serve as the CEO of St. Louis Public Radio. She will begin her new position on Dec….

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Derrick Freeman, Lynn Staley and Jackie Warren receive UMSL Hero Award

This month’s Hero Award honorees are (from left) Lynn Staley, teaching professor of English; Derrick Freeman, director of the Office…

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Philosopher Gualtiero Piccinini’s new book dives into the computational theory of cognition

Gualtiero Piccini’s latest book, “Neurocognitive Mechanisms: Explaining Biological Cognition,” provides a comprehensive philosophical defense of the computational theory of cognition…

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Alumna Sarah Javier named a ‘Most Influential Business Woman’ by St. Louis Business Journal

The St. Louis Business Journal recognized UMSL alumna Sarah Javier as one of the “Most Influential Business Woman” 2021 class….

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UMSL adds new Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis

Students can begin enrolling in a new Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis program after approval by the Missouri…

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New incentive program aims to encourage more people to get vaccinated against COVID-19

Students, faculty and staff provide a record of their COVID-19 vaccination information will be entered into a series of drawings…

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Eye on UMSL: Louie and a little luck

Transfer student Jay Gaskin was among the new University of Missouri–St. Louis students taking part in Serendipity Sendoff on Saturday…

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Back to school: Scenes from Move-In Day 2021

Freshman start heading into Oak Hall after checking in during Move-In Day last week. (Photos by August Jennewein) Move-In Day…

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UMSL welcomes new faculty members for the fall semester

From left, College of Nursing Dean Roxanne Vandermause; College of Education Assistant Professor Magen Rooney-Kron and Assistant Teaching Professors Yuima…

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Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis receives $5 million in grant funding

The Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis has received approximately $1 million annually for the next five years from…

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Best Value Colleges rates UMSL in top 40 in US for affordable, quality online degrees

Value Colleges named UMSL No. 39 on its list “Top 50 Best Value Online Degree Completion Programs for 2021.” (Photo…

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Love of music brings Mark Briguglio back to college almost 50 years after he started to earn degree

Mark Briguglio has studied music and psychology while working toward his bachelor’s degree in liberal studies, and he aims to…

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Start of fall semester offers students plenty of opportunities to get involved

New students processed in front of University Libraries while taking part in Serendity Sendoff in 2019. It and other Weeks…

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