”This captures the spirit of him as a man.” Those were the words of Walter Cronkite’s daughter Kathy Cronkite when she toured the new Walter Cronkite Memorial in the Spratt Hall atrium last fall. The memorial was dedicated and officially
Dear Friends, On Nov. 4, 2013, a labor of love was unveiled and dedicated at Missouri Western: The Walter Cronkite Memorial. Walter Cronkite, the legendary news anchor who was born in St. Joseph, Mo., was known as the most trusted
The new year brings the kickoff of Missouri Western’s annual fund and an effort to encourage University supporters to join the Missouri Western League for Excellence. The annual fund campaign includes letters, and a phonathon in the spring and fall.
Kay-Lynne Taylor is the new director of the Career Development Center.As director of the center, Taylor will oversee programs and services that will help students and alumni develop lifelong career planning and job search skills. Among other activities, the center
Dr. Michael Lane and Dr. Bob Willenbrink joined Missouri Western this fall. Dr. Lane is the dean of the Craig School of Business, and Dr. Willenbrink is the founding dean of the School of Fine Arts. Dr. Lane had
This past fall, the student chapter of The Wildlife Society was named International Student Chapter of the Year out of 120 chapters, and the chapter’s advisor, Dr. Cary Chevalier, was named International Chapter Advisor of the Year for the first
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of just over $1 million to Missouri Western and Davidson College in North Carolina for undergraduate synthetic biology research. The grant is the largest research grant in University history. Missouri Western is