On any given day, Jason Atkins and Mohit Patel can be found toiling away inside a chemical biology lab at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. And they love every minute of it. “It doesn’t feel like work,” Atkins said. “This is what I love to do. It’s fun.” Atkins, of Maryland Heights, Mo., and Patel, [...]
Freshman David Abolt of the University of Missouri–St. Louis has been named to the All-Great Lakes Valley Conference Men’s Golf Team, as announced by the league office.
University of Missouri–St. Louis music students Thomas Winkler (piano), Charles Clements (bass) and Corey Axelson (marimba) perform “Bass Ostinato,” a piece of music composed by Winkler. The performance was part of the university’s Student Chamber Music Concert on May 8 at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center. The photograph was taken by UMSL photographer [...]
The University of Missouri–St. Louis baseball team had eight players earn All-Great Lakes Valley Conference honors.
A variety of studies and media outlets agree: the actuarial field is booming even among these tough economic times. A recent analysis put together by CareerCast, a job search portal that says its analysis is a quarter century in the making, states that growth in the actuarial field is set to outpace all other professions. Keeping true to its commitment to prepare students for the changing job market, UMSL now offers a Certificate in Actuarial Studies through the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. And given the profession’s booming future, it’s perhaps no surprise the first recipient of the certificate, Nicholas Brune, is completing his entire undergraduate curriculum in only three years.
When Serene Darwish made the switch from pre-med to biology she knew it was a better fit, but the move came as a surprise to her family. Now, any lingering doubts have been quashed.
For the second time in three years, the University of Missouri–St. Louis men’s golf team has earned a spot in the NCAA Division II Championship.
A day before they graduate from the University of Missouri–St. Louis with an MFA in creative writing, nine students will read their original works. The semiannual MFA Graduate Reading will begin at 7:30 p.m. May 17 at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center at UMSL. The reading is free and open to the public.
When her mother proposed a program that included Saturday morning classes, Tobi Williams reacted like many high school sophomores.
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