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Graduate Studies

Eleven Honored at Awards Banquet

2019-01-07T22:06:51-05:00January 7th, 2019|Alumni Profiles, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Communication & Journalism, Craig School of Business, Engineering Technology, English & Modern Languages, Graduate Studies, Health, Physical Education & Recreation, MWSU Foundation, Psychology, School of Fine Arts, School of Nursing & Health Professions, Uncategorized|

Eleven alumni and friends were honored at the Alumni Association’s 36th annual banquet Homecoming weekend. Congratulations! Dr. Keith Evans Keith Evans ’78 MD, PT, DPT Distinguished Alumni Award Dr. Keith Evans, a former Griffon linebacker, is CEO/Director and owner of the Atlanta Human Performance Center, a facility offering [...]

University Personnel Changes

2018-09-12T14:57:06-05:00September 12th, 2018|Academic Affairs, Campus News, Chemistry, College of Professional Studies, Craig School of Business, Education, Graduate Studies, School of Nursing & Health Professions|

Provost retires Dr. Jeanne Daffron '75 Dr. Jeanne Daffron ’75, provost and vice president for academic affairs, retired on June 30, 2018, but will continue working part-time for a year to assist in the transition. Dr. Doug Davenport, associate provost for research, planning and institutional effectiveness, is serving [...]

News Briefs

2018-05-08T20:13:40-05:00May 8th, 2018|Admissions, Campus News, Center for Multicultural Education, Communication & Journalism, Craig School of Business, Development, English & Modern Languages, Graduate Studies, MWSU Foundation|

New graduate certificate begins this fall A graduate certificate in technical communication will begin this fall. The 15-credit-hour program is 100 percent online, and students in the program do not need undergraduate coursework in technical communication. The program can be completed in one academic year, and a student can start [...]

Donors establish three scholarships

2018-01-05T17:09:07-05:00January 5th, 2018|Campus News, Craig School of Business, Development, Graduate Studies, MWSU Foundation, School of Nursing & Health Professions|

Thanks to generous Missouri Western Foundation donors, three new scholarships have recently been established – the Mary Byrne Stewart Graduate Nursing Scholarship, the SJC Marketing Scholarship the Loah Stallard Graduate Nursing Scholarship. The Mary Byrne Stewart Graduate Nursing Scholarship is for students enrolled in one of Missouri Western’s two master’s [...]

Class assists Pony Express Museum

2018-01-05T16:35:48-05:00January 5th, 2018|Campus News, College of Liberal Arts and Science, English & Modern Languages, Graduate Studies|

Most people can relate to having boxes and boxes of photographs and knowing that the task of labeling and organizing can be daunting. But when the Pony Express Museum in St. Joseph wanted help organizing thousands of slides, Dr. Kaye Adkin’s technical documentation class stepped in. Dr. Adkins, professor of [...]

Two new master’s degrees

2019-03-29T09:34:20-05:00January 5th, 2018|Applied Learning, Campus News, Craig School of Business, Education, Graduate Studies|

Two new master’s degrees began in fall 2017: a Master of Applied Science in Assessment with a K-12 Cross-Categorical Special Education option, and an MBA. The MBA inaugural reception The MBA, offered through the Craig School of Business, has four concentration options: general business, enterprise resource planning, forensic [...]

MIM’s the Word for Families

2017-09-06T21:26:45-05:00September 6th, 2017|Alumni Profiles, Craig School of Business, Economics, Political Science & Sociology, Graduate Studies|

It seems to be all in the family for one of the Craig School of Business’s graduate degrees. In the Masters in Information Management – Enterprise Resource Planning program, a pair of brothers recently graduated and a husband-and-wife team are currently enrolled. For Denice ’14 and Tyson ’14 Hector, enrolling [...]

Graduate School Turns 10

2017-01-06T22:07:01-05:00January 6th, 2017|Features, Graduate Studies|

When Missouri Western received university designation from the state Legislature in 2005, it was given the green light to offer graduate programs, and this past fall marked the 10th year of the University’s offering master’s programs. The first programs offered in the fall of 2007 were a Master of Applied [...]