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(from left to right) Kyle McKenzie, assistant professor of art; Tracey Graves, BFA Studio Art Candidate; Pheobe Burke, BFA Studio Art Candidate; Grace Sitton, BFA Design Candidate; Rachael Gopalakrishnan, Biology major and Honors Student; Lydia Humphreys, BFA Studio Art 2019; Jamie Robinson, BFA Studio Art Candidate and Honors Student 

Students return from journey to Australia

By Valeria Perez Staff Writer April 8, 2019

Each spring Art Department officials sends students and faculty to study art in the nation or region which is the international theme for the following fall semester.This year the group went to Australia,...

Expressions from Puebla: The Value of Likeness

Ryan Drendel, special to the Chart October 22, 2018

Undergraduates study abroad because they want to experience something different.They want to to learn a different language or learn about a different culture.They want to eat different food, party with...

Studying abroad an affordable opportunity for all students

Nick Burnham, staff wrtiter November 15, 2013

From a week in Paris to a summer in Sweden, MSSU offers many opportunities for its students to study abroad, either short-term or for a whole semester.The Institute of International Studies will host a...

Broadened Horizons

Story by Taylor Camden, Executive EditorMain photo by Samantha Zoltanski, Assistant Sports EditorThe doors of opportunity you’ve been quietly knocking on suddenly open — behind them, you find yourself...

London study program open to students

Elizabeth Spencer, Staff Writer November 3, 2012

Sara Bularzik, program manager for CAPA International Education, gave a presentation to Missouri Southern communication students on the Missouri London Program on Sept. 12. Bularzik shared that students...

Southern students take advantage of study abroad program

Taylor Camden, Associate Editor October 27, 2012

Among many of the study abroad opportunities at Missouri Southern is the chance for education majors to travel to San Ignacio, Belize, to work on their student teaching in the community’s school system....

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