A Note from the Dean

Dr. Hamner Hill, Interim Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences The College of Humanities and Social Sciences comprises five academic departments covering at least 16 distinct academic subject areas. We range from the very practical and applied (social work or the police academy) to the most abstract and theoretical (philosophy). Students studying within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences can expect foreign travel, legislative internships in Jefferson City, archaeological field work, exposure to world religions, hands-on experience with small press publishing, pre-licensure field work in social work, training......

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A Note from the Dean

Marsha Blanchard, Dean of Regional Campuses at Kennett, Sikeston, and Poplar Bluff Delivery Site and Cape College Center The regional campuses were established to make a college education and degree attainable to students who, for a myriad of reasons, would otherwise not be able to pursue one. They are students who want to stay home to work on the farm. They are students who can’t afford to “go away” to college. They are students who work a full-time job and go to school at night. They are students who have a family.......

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A Note from the Dean

Dr. Brad Deken, Interim Dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics I could not be more pleased to be dean of the new College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I think what unites our college is a sense of curiosity about how things work and how we can take that knowledge and make improvements. A lot of us are motivated to figure out more about the world. Fortunately, we have lots of great opportunities for experiential learning to help accomplish this. We have some excellent facilities on- and......

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STEM Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate students get great opportunities they may not get at bigger schools. I was able to get real research experience in both biology and chemistry. When I was interviewing at graduate schools, I was among people who had gone to schools like Harvard, Duke, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, and Yale for their undergraduate education. I felt an equal among students from much larger and more expensive institutions. I was a competitive graduate school applicant because of my extensive research experience. I feel the reason I was there and stood out enough to be......

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