MSSU Green & Gold Tour sets Seneca stop

Missouri Southern State University will continue the Green & Gold Tour with a stop in Seneca on Thursday, Jan. 6. Activities will include an alumni lunch at VAZZO Venue at 11:30 a.m., a lunchtime visit with Seneca High...

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Annual Martin Luther King celebration set at MSSU

The 22nd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration is planned for 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in the North End Zone Facility at Missouri Southern State University. “Keep Dreaming, Believing and Moving Toward Social and...

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Missouri Southern to host charity Toy Toss

Missouri Southern State University’s Athletics Department will host its annual “Toy Toss” event during halftime at the basketball game vs. Lincoln University at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, in the Leggett & Platt Athletic...

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Poetry reading and book release scheduled

The English and Philosophy department at Missouri Southern State University will present a poetry reading and book release of “Slowly/Suddenly” by Allison Blevins, author and Missouri Southern adjunct professor, at 7 p.m on...

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Omicron Delta Kappa welcomes new members at MSSU

Thirty-three students and five faculty and staff members were inducted into the Golden Crest Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa at Missouri Southern State University on Sunday, Nov. 14. Membership in the National Leadership Honor...

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MSSU Board of Governors to meet Friday, Nov. 12

UPDATE: In addition to the closed session following Friday’s Board of Governors meeting, there will be a closed executive session prior to the 10:45 a.m. Budget and Audit Committee meeting. It will be closed under: RSMo...

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Missouri Southern to offer Safe Halloween event

The Residence Life Association and the Campus Recreation Department at Missouri Southern State University will sponsor a Safe Halloween event on Sunday, Oct. 31. The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on the second floor of...

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Missouri Southern to host Mass Band Day on Oct. 30

When Missouri Southern’s Lion Pride Band takes the field for their halftime show on Saturday, Oct. 30, they’ll be joined by high-school musicians from around the area. The annual Mass Band Day is a chance for band students to...

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Missouri Southern Green & Gold Tour in Nevada

Missouri Southern State University will take its show on the road with their next stop on the Green & Gold Tour. Missouri Southern officials, faculty, students and Roary the Lion will spend the day in area towns this fall in...

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Opening events scheduled for MSSU’s ACACIA Center

Missouri Southern State University officials will gather to celebrate the opening of the ACACIA Center for Applied Behavior Analysis with a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 at the ACACIA Center...

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Annual Southern Summit set for Wednesday, Oct. 6

The fifth annual Southern Summit will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6, on the third floor of Billingsly Student Center at Missouri Southern State University. The professional development event is open to all...

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Board of Governors to meet Friday, Sept. 10

The Missouri Southern Board of Governors will meet at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10, in Billingsly Student Center’s Connor Ballroom. An agenda for the meeting is attached. Prior to the meeting, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony...

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Events planned for MSSU’s Japan Semester

From a look at how Godzilla became a cultural icon to an introduction to anime, a film festival, and presentations on the history, culture and cuisine, the Japan Semester at Missouri Southern State University will have something...

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MSSU to host Lion Pride Weekend activities

Missouri Southern State University’s Lion Pride Weekend will be packed with free activities for first-year students. On Friday, incoming freshmen will have opportunities to explore campus, meet other students and enjoy...

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Remembering Dallas Fortner

Dallas Fortner, a longtime member of Missouri Southern’s campus security force, passed away on June 26. He worked for many years at the BF Goodrich plant in Miami, Okla., before joining campus security, where he worked for 20...

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Missouri Southern wellness program earns top award

Missouri Southern State University has joined a growing number of Missouri businesses by becoming a recipient of the Missouri Workplace Wellness Award at the platinum level, which is the highest certification level awarded. “We...

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Wellness grants awarded to Missouri Southern

Grant funding has been awarded to the Lion Co-op Food and Personal Hygiene Pantry, as well as to Missouri Southern’s Wellness program. The $10,642 grant awarded to the co-op by the No Kid Hungry campaign will go toward supplying...

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Lion Pride Visit Days set at Missouri Southern

The first in a series of Lion Pride Visit Days is scheduled for Saturday, April 24, at Missouri Southern State University. The event is designed as a chance for prospective students to “experience Missouri Southern and leave a...

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Registration open for Run with the Pride 5k

Registration is now open for the Run with the Pride 5k, set for 5 p.m. Sunday, April 25, at Missouri Southern State University. Sponsored by the Kinesiology Department, the race will start and end at the Leggett & Platt...

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Classes cancelled at MSSU for Tuesday, Feb. 9

Due to ice still covering many neighborhood streets and side roads throughout the area, as well as the possibility for more ice this evening, the Missouri Southern State University campus will be closed and day and evening...

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MSSU cancels classes for Monday, Feb. 8

Due to ice and hazardous road conditions, the Missouri Southern State University campus will be closed and day and evening classes are cancelled on Monday, Feb. 8. This includes the library and Lion’s Den. The Rec Center will be...

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KGCS Features Music Department Presentations

Recent music performances from Missouri Southern may be seen over the air on and on the KGCS YouTube site.   The Caribbean Rhapsody in Brass and Steel concert from November is airing this week, and the Seasonal Choral Flourish...

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‘Newsmakers’ features new ABA clinic at MSSU

A new applied behavior analysis center on the campus of Missouri Southern State University is the focus of the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. Drs. Holly Hackett and Ayla Schmick from MSSU’s Psychology Department, sit...

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MSSU Board of Governors to meet on Nov. 18

The Missouri Southern State University Board of Governors will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, in Billingsly Student Center’s Connor Ballroom. An agenda for the meeting is attached. Prior to the open meeting, the Budget...

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‘Newsmakers’ features ‘Meal on Wheels’

The next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV takes a look at the “Meals on Wheels” program, and the ongoing challenges of meeting the needs of homebound seniors. Jennifer Shotwell, director of the Area Agency on Aging, sits down...

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MSSU to host Business of Art Symposium on Nov. 4

A collection of business and visual arts professionals will present an afternoon of expert insight into the business end of professional art careers on Wednesday, Nov. 4, in the North End Zone Facility at Missouri Southern State...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on Joplin Parks & Rec

The City of Joplin’s Parks & Recreation Department highlights the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. Director Paul Bloomberg sits down with Judy Stiles, host and KGCS general manager, to discuss how the city has...

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‘Southern Nights’ returns to KGCS-TV

The Southern Broadcasters Club at Missouri Southern State University has returned to the KGCS-TV airwaves with a new season of “Southern Nights.” Subtitled, “A New Beginning,” the show features student comedy and entertainment,...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on Joplin City projects

A number of projects in the works by the City of Joplin highlights the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. David Hertzberg, Joplin public works director, sits down with Judy Stiles, host and KGCS general manager – to...

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‘Newsmakers’ features MSSU retiree

The next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV highlights the career of a longtime MSSU employee who also spent two decades working in local television. Bill Hunt has served the past 19 years at MSSU as the creative services...

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KGCS-TV to air Caribbean Semester presentations

Presentations from the Caribbean Semester at Missouri Southern State University are being recorded for airing on KGCS-TV. The semester features a wide range of topics focusing on that region of the world. Due to the restrictions...

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‘Newsmakers’ highlights regional blood needs

The next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV takes a look at the crucial need for blood donations in the region. Chris Pilgrim from the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks sits down with Judy Stiles, host and KGCS general...

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KGCS-TV goes HD

KGCS-TV on the campus of Missouri Southern State University is now broadcasting a high-definition signal for Joplin-area television viewers. “The change provides a higher quality, clearer picture like people are used to seeing,”...

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MSSU’s Board of Governors to meet on Sept. 16

The Missouri Southern State University Board of Governors will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, in Billingsly Student Center’s Connor Ballroom. An agenda for the meeting is attached. In addition, there will be a closed...

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Campus events at MSSU closed to external guests

In order to keep campus safe and for classes and activities to continue face-to-face, all events at Missouri Southern State University have been closed to external guests until further notice. All campus activities, including...

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MSSU Board of Governors adopts FY2021 budget

The Board of Governors adopted a $70.7 million operating revenue budget for Fiscal Year 2021 during special meeting on Thursday, July 23. The board voted to adopt the proposed budget, which reflects the tuition rate increase...

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‘Newsmakers’ highlights academics at MSSU

All things academics at Missouri Southern State University highlight the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. Dr. Paula Carson, provost and vice president of academic affairs, sits down with Judy Stiles, host and KGCS...

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MSSU’s Board of Governors to meet on July 23

The Board of Governors will hold a special meeting at 3:15 p.m. Thursday, July 23, in Billingsly Student Center’s Connor Ballroom. An agenda for the meeting is attached. In addition, the Budget Audit Committee will meet at 2...

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Southern Theatre announces 2020-21 season

Southern Theatre has announced the lineup for the 2020-21 season at Missouri Southern State University. The schedule includes: “Nevermore”: Oct. 29-Nov. 1 “Christmas with Little Women”: Dec. 3-6 Audition Day/High School...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on financial aid at MSSU

The numerous financial aid opportunities available for current and prospective students at Missouri Southern State University is highlighted on the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. Becca Diskin, MSSU financial aid...

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Spiva exhibit to feature works of Jim Bray

A special exhibition of paintings by artist Jim Bray will be featured Monday, June 29, through Thursday, July 23, in the Spiva Art Gallery at Missouri Southern State University. Bray, who served as head of Missouri Southern’s...

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MSSU Board of Governors sets meeting for June 18

The Board of Governors at Missouri Southern State University will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 18, in Billingsly Student Center’s Connor Ballroom. The move to the ballroom has been made to allow for social distancing. An agenda...

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Statement regarding higher education budget cuts

May marked the end of an academic year unlike any in our university’s history. I am proud of how we came together in response to the pandemic to ensure Missouri Southern continues to fulfill its mission. The adaptability and...

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MSSU schedules virtual celebration for graduates

Virtual celebrations honoring the Spring and Summer 2020 graduating class of Missouri Southern State University will be presented on the video board at Fred G. Hughes Stadium on Friday, May 29, and Saturday, May 30. Four videos...

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CARES ACT STUDENT GRANTS

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress and signed into law to provide economic relief from COVID-19. One component of the Federal CARES Act establishes the Higher Education...

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KGCS announces student awards

Annual awards for students involved at KGCS-TV at Missouri Southern State University have been announced for the 2019-2020 academic year. They recognize students for their work and contributions at the station. Students are...

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MSSU announces 2019-20 Math League winners

The Mathematics Department at Missouri Southern State University has announced the winners of the 2019-20 Math League competition. For more than 30 years, hundreds of regional high-school students have participated in the annual...

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MSSU Board of Governors sets meeting for April 30

The Board of Governors at Missouri Southern State University will meet via Zoom at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 30. An agenda for the meeting is included in the attached meeting packet. The board will meet in closed session at the...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on MSSU operations

‘Newsmakers’ continues its look at operations at Missouri Southern State University during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, host and KGCS general manager Judy Stiles visits with Cheryl Dobson, MSSU’s registrar, and Alicia...

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KGCS students at MSSU recognized by MBEA

Students from KGCS-TV at Missouri Southern State University have been recognized for their work in the annual competition held by the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association (MBEA). The awards competition featured 192 entries...

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KGCS to air ‘Newsmakers’ and music programs

A number of Newsmakers programs were recorded at KGCS-TV prior to the transition to online classes at Missouri Southern State University, and are now available for viewing on the station, as well as the station’s YouTube...

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Missouri Southern announces modified operations

Missouri Southern State University has modified its operations to protect the health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and the community due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We continue to partner with regional and...

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Army Jazz Combo to perform March 9 at MSSU

The U.S. Army Jazz Combo of the 399th from Fort Leonard Wood will perform at 7 p.m. Monday, March 9, in Webster Hall’s Corley Auditorium at Missouri Southern State University. The group will perform numerous jazz standards as...

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Archery event set for March 7 at MSSU

Hundreds of young archers from the Four State Area will compete in the Academy Sports + Outdoors Shootout, set for Saturday, March 7, in the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center at Missouri Southern State University. The Missouri...

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Regional History Day set for March 6 at MSSU

The Social Sciences Department at Missouri Southern State University will host the annual Region 6 History Day on Friday, March 6. The theme for the 2020 event is “Breaking Barriers in History.” The opening ceremony will begin...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on heart health

Two local heart disease survivors tell their stories and stress the importance of a healthy lifestyle on the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. Bobby Ballard and Jana Smith sit down with Judy Stiles, host and KGCS general...

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‘Newsmakers’ features new Joplin Police Chief

The newly named leader of the Joplin Police Department is the featured guest on the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. Chief Sloan Rowland has actually been with JPD for the past 16 years, but officially took over as chief...

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Pitch competition set for Feb. 25 at MSSU

The Entrepreneurship Club at Missouri Southern State University will host their first student pitch competition from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the North End Zone Facility. The competition is open to all Missouri Southern...

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Mock Interview Day set for Feb. 12 at MSSU

More than 100 Missouri State University students will get to see how polished their respective interviewing skills are during the second annual “Mock Interview Day,” set for Wednesday, Feb. 12 inside Connor Ballroom in...

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Sherwood Speaker Series to continue on Jan. 27

Dr. Jeremy Neely, an assistant professor in Missouri State University’s History Department, will give the second presentation of the annual Sherwood Speaker Series at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, in Corley Auditorium at Missouri...

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Spiva Gallery to feature mural installation

A special mural installation by Dave Loewenstein will be featured Tuesday, Jan. 21, through Tuesday, Feb. 18, in the Spiva Art Gallery at Missouri Southern State University. “At the End of the Day” features works by Loewenstein,...

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Free Dental Sealant Day set for Jan. 24 at MSSU

The Dental Hygiene Clinic on the campus of Missouri Southern State University will be the site for a Free Dental Sealant Day for children in the Jasper School District on Friday, Jan. 24. The event, sponsored by the MSSU Dental...

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MSSU’s Board of Governors to meet Jan. 16

The Board of Governors at Missouri Southern State University will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, in the Billingsly Student Center Boardroom. An agenda is included in the attached meeting packet. Prior to the meeting, the...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on 2020 elections

With a new year featuring many elections on the schedule – from local topics in the spring, primaries in the summer and a general election in the fall – the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV focuses on local election...

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Annual coat drive underway at Missouri Southern

The Golden Crest Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa at Missouri Southern State University is seeking donations for the 13th annual One Warm Coat community service effort. The national leadership honor society chapter is collecting...

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Board of Governors to meet on Nov. 21

The Board of Governors at Missouri Southern State University will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in the Billingsly Student Center Boardroom. An agenda is included in the attached meeting packet. Prior to the meeting, the...

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Ribbon-cutting set for new mock courtroom at MSSU

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new mock courtroom will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the Criminal Justice Building at Missouri Southern State University. The courtroom, which was completed earlier this fall, has all...

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Events to showcase MSSU jazz combos

Two upcoming events will showcase the talents of Missouri Southern’s jazz combos. The two combos will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in Webster Hall’s Corley Auditorium. The performance will feature jazz standards and...

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‘The Whole Story’ to focus on decolonization

Workshops and conversations about decolonization will be featured during “The Whole Story: A Decolonial Cross-Cultural Day Institute & Scholarship Fundraiser” on Thursday, Nov. 14, at Missouri Southern State University. The...

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Bradshaw honored for SBDC service

Karen Bradshaw, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at the Small Business Development Center, was honored this week for her more than 30 years of service to Southwest Missouri business owners. The recognition came during...

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Missouri Southern to host Safe Halloween event

Residence Life at Missouri Southern State University will host the annual Community Safe Halloween event from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, in Billingsly Student Center’s Connor Ballroom. Families can bring their children to...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on Joplin tax vote

The next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV will examine “Proposition B,” the sales tax proposal on the November 5 ballot, that asks Joplin voters if they’d provide funding for the city police and fire pension programs. Chief...

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MSSU to host Business of Art Symposium on Oct. 23

The Nanette Philibert Business of Art Symposium will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the North End Zone Facility at Missouri Southern State University. Presented by the Small Business Development Center and...

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Join the PriROARity Enrollment Challenge

Missouri Southern wants every student to graduate. One way to do this is to get you enrolled. Join the PriROARity Enrollment Challenge to pre-register for the spring semester and you could win $100 cash! Priority enrollment...

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MSSU Pollinator Club to host conference on Nov. 2

The Pollinator Club at Missouri Southern State University, along with the Joplin Area Beekeepers Association, will host a one-day conference for area beekeepers / pollinator enthusiasts on Saturday, November 2, from 9:00 a.m. –...

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Local arts featured on next ‘Newsmakers’

The local arts scene will be cast into the spotlight on the next edition of “Newsmakers” – which begins airing the week of October 13 on KGCS-TV. The weekly program features Connect2Culture president and CFO, Clifford Wert and...

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MSSU to host healthcare career expo on Oct. 10

Missouri Southern State University, in conjunction with the Missouri Health Equity Collaborative (MOHEC), will host a healthcare career expo inside the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center on Thursday, October 10, from 8:30 a.m....

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MSSU to celebrate 2019 Homecoming Oct. 4-5

The “MSSU World Tour” is ready to rock Missouri Southern State University, with 2019 Homecoming planned for Oct. 4-5. Activities will include the annual campus picnic, an awards dinner, a parade and the football game vs. Central...

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Open House for GCHL set for Oct. 1

An Open House for The Gipson Center for Healthcare Leadership at Missouri Southern State University will be held on Tuesday, October 1, from 10:00 a.m. – noon. “We will be featuring our new center with dedicated...

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‘Newsmakers’ focuses on highway safety

Highway safety and the efforts to insure safe travel are the focus of the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV. The show will feature Sgt. John Lueckenhoff with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The program will begin airing...

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MSSU’s Board of Governors to meet Sept. 19

The Board of Governors at Missouri Southern State University will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, in the Billingsly Student Center Boardroom. An agenda is included in the attached meeting packet. Prior to the meeting, the...

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New KGCS feature dips into the archives

Area television viewers will be able to take a step back in time this fall thanks to a number of programs on KGCS-TV that focus on Missouri Southern’s past. “KGCS Rewind” features past guests and storylines. “We’re celebrating...

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KGCS-TV to broadcast all MSSU home football games

With less than a week to go before the start of a new football season at Missouri Southern State University, MSSU students are preparing to bring all of the live-action to area fans who won’t be able to attend the games. Once...

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Dr. Alan Marble featured on next ‘Newsmakers’

Dr. Alan Marble, president of Missouri Southern State University, will be the featured guest on the next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV – which will begin airing the week of September 1. Dr. Marble will sit down with KGCS...

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Joplin sales taxes highlight next ‘Newsmakers’

The next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV will focus on a number of special sales taxes for Joplin residents. Funding for parks, storm water, capital improvements and public safety will all be explained when the show hits the...

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Drones to take flight at MSSU during Lion Fly-In

Drone enthusiasts and interested members of the public are invited to attend the Lion Fly-In event set to kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at Missouri Southern State University. “It’s in the spirit of an aviation fly-in,”...

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‘Newsmakers’ features Carver National Monument

The next edition of “Newsmakers” on KGCS-TV hits the evening airwaves the week of July 28 at 5:30 p.m., and will focus on the news and activities involving the George Washington Carver National Monument in Diamond, MO. Guests on...

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MSSU program earns statewide accolades

The Wellness Incentive Program (WIP) at Missouri Southern State University has joined a growing number of Missouri businesses by becoming an awardee of the Missouri Workplace Wellness Award. The program also earned the highest...

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‘Window to the World’ to spotlight Belize trip

The next “Window to the World” program will begin airing at 9 p.m. Monday, July 1, on KGCS-TV and will focus on the recent study abroad trip to Belize taken by students at Missouri Southern State University. Guests are Dr. Jason...

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Statement regarding data breach

Missouri Southern State University was the victim of a cybersecurity attack on January 9, 2019, triggered by a phishing email. The University responded quickly and engaged a leading forensic investigation firm to help stop the...

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SBDC to host 2019 Veterans Summit on May 22

The annual Veterans Summit is set for 8 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 22, at the North End Zone Facility. Hosted by the Small Business Development Center, the event is held to serve veterans and their spouses or business partners...

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Lactation room now located in Spiva Library

Thanks to a grant from the Department of Health and Senior Services, room 205 of Spiva Library on the campus of Missouri Southern State University has been converted into a lactation room. Dr. Andrea Cullers, associate professor...

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Tri-State Mining presentation set for May 7

A presentation on the recent additions to the Tri-State Mining collection will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7, on the first floor of Spiva Library on the campus of Missouri Southern State University. MSSU Archivist...

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MSSU mourns the passing of Ruth Kolpin Rubison

Officials at Missouri Southern State University are remembering Ruth Kolpin Rubison, who passed away on Saturday at the age of 96. A longtime Carthage resident, she was considered a pioneer in radio, television and cable...

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Missouri Southern offers Lifetime Sports Academy

Applications are being accepted for the annual Children’s Lifetime Sports Academy, set for June 3-6 at Missouri Southern State University. Sponsored by the Kinesiology Department, the goal is to teach the skills and to promote...

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Spring Choral Concert set for May 2

Voices from Missouri Southern’s Choral Department will fill St. Mary’s Catholic Church during the annual Spring Choral Concert, set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2. Members of the 1962 MSSU choir – who performed that year in...

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Disaster Simulation set for April 26 at MSSU

For a second consecutive year, a number of departments in the Julio S. León Health Sciences Building at Missouri Southern State University will take part in a disaster simulation exercise. The all-day event – which will focus on...

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2019 Regional Media Hall of Fame inductee: Teen Hop

A fixture on local television airwaves from 1958 to 1975 and the Four States version of “American Bandstand,” “Teen Hop” will be inducted into this year’s Regional Media Hall of Fame. A reception and awards ceremony is set for...

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MSSU Health Sciences Family Day set for April 27

Health Sciences Family Day at Missouri Southern State University will take place on Saturday, April 27 inside the Julio S. León Health Sciences building. Check-in is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., with the event set to run...

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‘Newsmakers’ features Missouri State Senator

Missouri State Senator Bill White is the featured guest on the latest edition of “Newsmakers.” The interview program will begin airing on KGCS-TV on Sunday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m. – and will run through Thursday, April 25....

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KGCS-TV featuring recent MSSU music performances

The music department at Missouri Southern State University is presenting a number of concerts and special performances as the spring semester winds down, and KGCS-TV is recording them for viewers to enjoy. The first featured...

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TSA State Conference begins Sunday at MSSU

Missouri Southern State University will be the home to more than 800 middle and high school students as it hosts the 2019 Missouri TSA (Technology Student Association) State Conference. The three-day event – which begins...

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KGCS-TV honors students at awards ceremony

Students from the Department of Communication at Missouri Southern State University were honored for their involvement at KGCS-TV – and the recipients of the Ruth I. Kolpin Broadcast Scholarship were announced – during a...

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Poet Alan Berecka to speak at Missouri Southern

The Saltzman Visiting Writers Series at Missouri Southern State University will continue with presentations by poet Alan Berecka on Tuesday, April 2. Berecka will discuss his writing process and take questions at 11 a.m. in Room...

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Community Clinic Sealant Day at MSSU

The Dental Hygiene Department at Missouri Southern State University is partnering with the Community Clinic of Southwest Missouri to offer free dental services to area children from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 29,...

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HR Training

Web Time Training On Tap This Week! All Bi-weekly personnel, student employees and their...

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Missouri Southern to celebrate Robinson Crusoe Week

This year marks the 300th anniversary of Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Crusoe” – a classic tale of a castaway who spends 28 years on a desert island – and the English & Philosophy Department at Missouri Southern State University...

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KGCS to Feature Air Force Band Concert

KGCS-TV is set to air a recording of the USAF Band of Mid-America’s Concert Band’s performance – which took place inside Taylor Performing Arts Center on Feb. 8. The band is from Scott Air Force Base in Illinois – and the...

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Kappa Alpha chapter at MSSU receives seven awards

For the third straight year, the Delta Pi Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order at Missouri Southern State University was recognized with the Samuel Zenas Ammen Award. The award is given to the top 10 percent among the 125 chapters...

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