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Majesty Restored – Capitol Restoration Project Reaches Completion

Capital city residents and visitors to Jefferson City received their first glimpse of a rare sight just in time for…

‘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….

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…

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…

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…

Tips to Enjoy a Safe Thanksgiving

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, holiday gatherings with family and friends may look different this year. As Thanksgiving break approaches,…

Senator Bill White Named Assistant Majority Floor Leader

For Immediate Release:                                   …

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7: Final bracket race of 2020

World Wide Technology Raceway SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7: Final bracket race of 2020 Perfect weather: Forecast calls for high near 70…

Pathway to Stop Diabetes: A Radical New Road for Diabetes Research

Letter from Karen Talmadge, PhD, 2018 Chair, American Diabetes Association Board of Directors: The American Diabetes Association’s Pathway to Stop…

Prince Hall Shriners and the ADA: Coming Together to Stop Diabetes

The Prince Hall Shriners (PHS) is one of the world’s largest black fraternal organizations, with more than 25,000 members in…

Your Rights, One Voice: James’ Story

For the last two years, James Wilson has worked as a behavioral health technician at an addiction treatment center in…

Introduction – LaShawn McIver, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Advocacy & Community Integrated Health

Thanks to the continued support of over 500,000 diabetes advocates like each of you, we continue to address the barriers…

Keeping Mom and Child Healthy After Gestational Diabetes [Guest Blogger]

(NAPS)—Gestational diabetes is something to be concerned about after and not just during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is diabetes that is…

Food Insecurity and Diabetes: Seniors Struggle to Maintain Health with Limited Access to Proper Diet [Guest Blogger]

By Lydia Preuss and Shana Alford, Feeding America Applied Research In the United States, millions of seniors ages 60 and…

Your Rights, One Voice: Mary’s Story [Guest Blogger]

Forestry Major, Mary Murdock, was excited to receive her welcome packet from AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (AmeriCorps NCCC) in…

The Roadmap to Diabetes Research

Since 1952, the ADA has supported scientists and the life-saving research they conduct to ensure people with diabetes can live…

May is Healthy Vision Month — What’s Your Vision of the Future?

Many people see the doctor every year for a physical. Most of us also schedule regular visits to the dentist…

Your Rights, One Voice: Bella’s Story

Just like many kids her age, Bella was eager to attend a summer camp run by the Boys and Girls…

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