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Gary Clapp recieves 2018 E. Ann Nalley Regional Award

Associate professor in the department of chemistry and former founding CEO of Christopher S.   “Kit” Bond Science and Technology Incubator, Dr. Gary Clapp, is being recognized for his volunteer efforts for serving the American Chemical Society and contributing significantly to the goals and objectives of the society through regional activities as he will receive the 2018 E. Ann Nalley Regional... Read More

Students start to understand their loans through seminar

For the last several weeks, first-year students who have taken out student loans were asked to attend a student debt seminar to learn more about their loans. Deana Wennihan has been the student loan repayment coordinator for Missouri Western for 18 years and has been putting on the student loan and debt seminar for nearly a decade. The presentation involves... Read More

Freshmen Enrollment increases by 22 percent since 2016

Maybe it’s the annual Chiefs training camp or maybe it’s just the beautiful campus, but whatever it is, it’s got freshmen enrollment numbers way up and more students intrigued about coming to Missouri Western. Over the previous two years Western has seen an astonishing 22 percent increase in its freshmen enrollment. An increase that Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management... Read More

Board of Governors take first steps in presidential search

On Thursday Sept. 6, The Board of Governors held a meeting to discuss the search process of the next president of Missouri Western. Several staff members and administration were in attendance to listen and even give their own opinion highlighting who they want on the search list. The Board of Governors consists of Chair David Liechti, Vice Chair Deborah J.... Read More

Vartabedian’s Legacy

After dedicating 11 years of his educational career to Missouri Western, Dr. Robert Vartabedian has announced that he will be stepping down from his presidential role after the 2018-2019 school year. Vartabedian started his career in education 40+ years ago and has decided that he wants it to end at Missouri Western. “You kind of work your entire life to... Read More