MSU Bicentennial Webinar: The Deep Dark Secrets of the Cave State: Missouri’s Fascinating and Hidden Geology, Biology, and Water Resources
Maple Park Cemetery Board of Directors presents Springfield Legends at Maple Park on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Wear your western duds and enjoy some boot-scootin’ fun in the saloon! There will be cemetery tours, free to the public from 2 pm to 4 pm, with limited seating. The evening event, tickets required, will include saloon-style drinks, dinner and dessert, western dancing, live and silent auctions, and a Showdown Poker hand for a prize! In addition, you’ll get to experience “The Legend of David Tutt” presented by the Wild West History Association. We expect tickets to sell out quickly! For complete event and ticket information, please contact the Maple Park office at 417-869-0217 or email@example.com.
MSU Bicentennial Webinar: What Can We Learn about Equity and Inclusion from the One Room School House? Exploring MSU Leadership in Teacher Education Since 1905
MSU Bicentennial Webinar: Educating Health Professionals: Plotting the Future by Understanding Missouri’s Past
This is the second of seven webinars scheduled in 2021 to recognize the Missouri Bicentennial. Join us as we continue with the series – Missouri and MSU: A shared past. A vision for the future.
This webinar will focus on statewide, university and local efforts to value the inclusion of diversity. The emphasis will be on higher education, particularly students of color, first generation and Pell Grant eligible students.
Meet our panelists
|•||Dr. Lyle Q. Foster (moderator), Diversity trainer, university instructor and entrepreneur, Springfield, MO|
|•||Amelia “Amy” Counts, Chair of the Missouri State University Board of Governors, St. Louis, MO|
|•||Zora Mulligan, Missouri Commissioner of Higher Education, Jefferson City, MO|
|•||H. Wes Pratt, J.D., Assistant to the President/Chief Diversity Officer at Missouri State University, Springfield, MO|
Commissioner Zora Mulligan will discuss the Missouri Equity Project, a multi-year statewide initiative promoting equity and workforce development of underrepresented students. Chairperson Amy Counts will share Missouri State University’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts approved by the Board of Governors in the 2020-2021 Action Plan. And finally, H. Wes Pratt will share collaborative efforts that Missouri State has taken in the general Springfield community and with our local partners in various sectors. Please feel free to submit questions when registering or during the webinar.
Museum on the Square
154 Park Central Square
Springfield, MO 65806
Since the pioneer days of the American Midwest, quilts have been a cornerstone of Missouri culture, fashion, and tradition. In honor of our great state’s two hundred year anniversary, The State Historical Society of Missouri and Missouri Star Quilt Company, in partnership with the Missouri State Quilters Guild, teamed up to create the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt! With one quilt block to represent every Missouri county and the independent City of St. Louis, the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt showcases the unique characteristics of Missouri culture and style.