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UMSL waiving application fees for 2021, continuing to waive online fees in spring semester

The University of Missouri–St. Louis is waiving all undergraduate admission application fees for the spring, summer and fall in 2021….

UMSL Women Scholarship helps nursing student Jacquelyn Green help others

Receiving the UMSL Women Scholarship helped accelerated BSN student Jacquelyn Green afford tuition. She hopes to help others and see…

George Zsidisin discusses the resilience of global supply chains on ‘St. Louis on the Air’

George Zsidisin is the John W. Barriger III Endowed Professor and the director of the Supply Chain Risk and Resilience…

Torin Samuelson prepares for career in information systems with help of Fast Track Workforce Incentive Grant

Torin Samuelson took advantage of the Fast Track Workforce Incentive Grant when he decided to go back to school. The…

Qiang Dotzel honored with Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award

Qiang Dotzel, a teaching professor in UMSL’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics, was among 100 educators across the St. Louis…

College of Nursing’s Umit Tokac creates AI to recommend PTSD treatment plans for veterans

College of Nursing Assistant Professor Umit Tokac develops artificial intelligence to recommend treatment plans for veterans experiencing PTSD. (Photo by…

Triton Food Pantry and Triton Emergency Fund providing help during the holidays

University of Missouri–St. Louis alumni and Edward Jones employees boxed food donations for the Triton Pantry in February at Woods…

STL CyberCon offers ideas to create a more inclusive cybersecurity workforce

Ambareen Siraj, a professor and the director of Cybersecurity Education, Research, and Outreach Center at Tennessee Tech University, was among…

UMSL ranks 20th on 2020 list of Best Military-Friendly Online Colleges

The mural “Overlapping Identities” by Michael Wattle hangs outside the entrance to UMSL’s Veterans Center in Clark Hall. (Photo by…

Student veteran Mitchel Round set to become first student to graduate with degree in organizational leadership

Mitchel Round spent four years in the U.S. Army infantry and two more as a reservist before coming to UMSL….

UMSL Opera Theatre wins first in NOA competition for ‘The Clever Artifice of Harriet and Margaret’

From left: Madeleine James, Sophie Loban, Director Stella Markou, Gracelyn Penn and Lexi Neal placed first in the National Opera…

UMSL Women’s Hackathon tackles COVID-19 problems in 33 hours

The theme for the Women’s Hackathon this year was COVID-19. Participants were faced with the task of creating a solution…

Hiroshima survivor tells her story and advocates for peace at digital event

Shikego Sasamori (center) was only about two miles from the hypocenter when the United States detonated the bomb over the city….

Research from nursing student Danielle Njeri helps DOORWAYS land $1.4 million grant

For her DNP clinical scholarship project, Danielle Njeri screened residents at DOORWAYS to develop a quantitative measure of rates of…

DBA students Robert Barclay, James Jordan Jr. and James Xu explore solutions to real-world business problems

(From left) Robert Barclay, James Jordan Jr. and James Xu are set to graduate next month with the first cohort…

A leader for St. Louis: Chancellor Kristin Sobolik sees UMSL as integral to fostering inclusive prosperity in the region

Chancellor Kristin Sobolik aims to help the University of Missouri–St. Louis take a more active role fostering inclusive prosperity in…

New glory for Union Station: Alumnus Steve O’Loughlin helps transform the once-dead mall and sees it through the pandemic

Steve O’Loughlin has helped reshape Union Station into a family entertainment destination with the St. Louis Aquarium as its centerpiece…

‘Now the people have a voice’: Alumna Ella Jones leads Ferguson as mayor after historic win

Ella Jones entered politics in 2015 after a successful career as a chemist and Mary Kay consultant and sales director….

Assistant Professor Marisa Omori examines racial inequality in criminal justice system

Assistant Professor Marisa Omori had a background in economics when she first got into criminology, and she was interested in…

Education prepped Kara Bailey to be top of the class in the St. Louis restaurant scene

The planning and organizational skills Kara Bailey developed as an early childhood educator in the Affton School District have been…

MSW student Madeline Seefeldt finds an unlikely home

A college internship with L’Arche brought Madeline Seefeldt to St. Louis where she found a career path and a new…

Infographic: From UMSL to city hall

This infographic was created by Erin Hart and originally published in the Fall 2020 issue of UMSL Magazine as a companion to “‘Now the…

University of Missouri System grant investment program funds research and creative works at UMSL

UMSL faculty members (clockwise from top left) Lindsay Athamanah, Anne Austin, Adriano Udani and Bettina Casad will receive a combined…

A new family tradition: The Pangs make up two generations of lifelong learners in the DBA program

Despite differences in their career paths and stages, father and son Kei Pang (right) and Jo Pang (left) both found…

Sharonica Hardin-Bartley works to close opportunity gaps at University City schools

Alumna Sharonica Hardin-Bartley, superintendent of the School District of University City, strives to advance social justice and racial equity by…

Doctoral student Ken Smith searches for patterns in genetic data for Alzheimer’s detection

Data science and statistics doctoral student Ken Smith creates software that graphs connections among the DNA of individuals with Alzheimer’s…

‘Knowledge through a different lens’: College of Nursing teaches LGBTQ+ care through an innovative module

Nursing students Tayler Avant (left) and Mitchel Becher (right) and an actor recreate in the simulation lab a roleplay scenario…

CETC expands relationship with Nestlé Purina to deliver Power BI training to South American employees

The Computer Education and Training Center in west St. Louis County can help students gain the computer skills necessary to…

Japan-American Student Association holds virtual origami lesson for Japan’s Culture Day

The UMSL Japan-America Student Association organized a virtual origami lesson to celebrate Bunka no hi, or Japan’s Culture Day. Participants…

New City School dedicates new classroom to UMSL Scholar in Residence

The New City School is naming its new innovation lab in honor of its former head Tom Hoerr, now a…