Northwest invites the public to campus this spring for a series of community learning opportunities featuring renowned presenters discussing topics such as work-life balance, leadership, generational differences, team-building and time management.
Students in Northwest’s Advanced Advertising Strategies unveiled marketing plans during for "re-branding" Mozingo Lake Recreation Area during a presentation to Mozingo and community leaders Wednesday.
Dietetics and food service management majors are hosting their last Friday Night Café this week with a Guatemala inspired meal and decor. The cafe is hosted on the third floor of the Administration Building. Tickets are available at the Student Services Center.
Richard Allman, a 1975 Northwest alumnus, chose to donate his entire estate to establish the Richard Allman and Margaret Peterson Three-Dimensional Art Fund to benefit Northwest Missouri State University art students. The estate gift currently has a value of $500,00 and will be designated for scholarships and the ceramic and sculpture programs.
Keith Wood, the director of Maryville Public Safety, has developed an interest in more teaching opportunities in the future after teaching Northwest's criminology course this fall which helped him establish a stronger connection with students.
The Panhellenic Angel Tree is now up in the Office of Campus of Activities. Help Maryville children who are less fortunate this Christmas by selecting a numbered angel on the tree. Then check out the angel on the sign-out sheet at the Office of Campus Activities. All gifts are around $20 and are due back to the OCA by Dec. 10.
Northwest has more than 7,000 students and offers 135 programs of study. Most popular majors include education, agriculture, biology, psychology, mass communications and business. Innovative interdisciplinary programs are offered in Interactive Digital Media and nanoscience. At Northwest, laptops and textbooks are included in tuition. Visit our Web site for more information: www.nwmissouri.edu.