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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Feb 02, 2015

Workshop Focuses on Preventing Sexual Abuse of Children

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The Organization of Student Social Workers at Missouri Western State University is sponsoring a “Stewards of Children” workshop, designed to equip people to prevent child sexual abuse. The workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 7 in Blum Union, room 222. It is free and open to the public, but preregistration [...]

Workshop Focuses on Preventing Sexual Abuse of Children2019-06-04T16:21:10-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

National Ceramic Exhibitions Hosted by Missouri Western; Opening Reception Feb. 27

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The Missouri Western State University Clay Guild is sponsoring two juried national ceramic exhibitions in the Potter Hall Gallery now through March 20. There will be an opening reception for “Twin Cups” and “Off the Table: Plates for the Wall” from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27 in the gallery. The reception is free [...]

National Ceramic Exhibitions Hosted by Missouri Western; Opening Reception Feb. 272019-06-04T16:21:10-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Forum on Keystone Pipeline Planned at East Hills Library

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The Beta Beta Beta Biology Honors Society and the Politics Club at Missouri Western State University are co-sponsoring a public forum on a controversial proposed oil pipeline at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 4 at the East Hills Library, 502 N. Woodbine. The forum in the library’s basement theater is free and open to the public. [...]

Forum on Keystone Pipeline Planned at East Hills Library2019-06-04T16:21:10-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Talks on Rwanda, Death Penalty Scheduled at Missouri Western

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Visiting scholars will discuss the recovery of Rwanda and the issue of the death penalty in talks March 2 and 3 at Missouri Western State University. Both talks are free and open to the public. […]

Talks on Rwanda, Death Penalty Scheduled at Missouri Western2019-06-04T16:21:10-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

‘Cronkite’ Performances Scheduled in March and April

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Jim Korinke portrays Walter Cronkite. Two public showings of “Cronkite,” a live multimedia performance about legendary journalist Walter Cronkite, have been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 6 and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 26 in the Kemper Recital Hall, which is adjacent to the award-winning Walter Cronkite Memorial inside Spratt Hall on the [...]

‘Cronkite’ Performances Scheduled in March and April2019-06-04T16:21:10-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Peace and Conflict Speaker Series Features KU Lecturer

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The 2014-2015 Peace and Conflict Studies Speaker Series at Missouri Western State University continues with a talk titled “What Binds Us Together? Changing Perspectives on the Moral Order of Society” by Dr. Martha Jalali Rabbani at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24 in the Hoff Conference Rooms, Blum Student Union rooms 218-219. The talk is free [...]

Peace and Conflict Speaker Series Features KU Lecturer2019-06-04T16:21:11-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Cup of Joe Brings Entrepreneurs Together

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Multiple community partners in the St. Joseph area, including the Craig School of Business at Missouri Western State University, have launched a new initiative: Cup of Joe is a simple way to engage entrepreneurs in communities around the world. Each week, the Cup of Joe program, inspired by 1 Million Cups in Kansas City, offers [...]

Cup of Joe Brings Entrepreneurs Together2019-06-04T16:21:11-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Politics Club Organizes Forum on Sex Work Legalization

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The Politics Club at Missouri Western State University will sponsor a forum on the legalization of sex work. The forum, titled “Sex Sells: A Forum on the Legalization of Sex Work,” will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 in Spratt Hall, room 203 and is free and open to the public. Three faculty [...]

Politics Club Organizes Forum on Sex Work Legalization2019-06-04T16:21:11-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Innovation Stockyard: New Name, Same Mission

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The Institute for Industrial and Applied Life Sciences, a public/private cooperative effort to enhance workforce and economic development in the Midwest region, has renamed itself Innovation Stockyard. “The new name reflects our continuing mission of nurturing innovation,” said Ronan Molloy, Innovation Stockyard president. “It fits especially well with our emphasis on animal health products. Entrepreneurs [...]

Innovation Stockyard: New Name, Same Mission2019-06-04T16:21:11-05:00
Feb 02, 2015

Former Village Voice Critic Will Discuss Concord Sonata Before It’s Performed Feb. 21

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Dr. Kyle Gann, former music critic for The Village Voice and professor of music at Bard College, will talk about Charles Ives’ Concord Sonata Feb. 21. One of the foremost experts on American music today will talk about Charles Ives’ Piano Sonata No. 2, “Concord, Mass., 1840-1860,” followed by a live performance of [...]

Former Village Voice Critic Will Discuss Concord Sonata Before It’s Performed Feb. 212019-06-04T16:21:11-05:00