Tigers families carry on the legacy
Being a Tiger is a family affair. Mizzou celebrates Father's Day with dads who have passed on their love of black and gold to their children. Meet faculty, staff, students and alumni who are proud to be part of the Mizzou family.
Amanda and Haskell Hinnant, both tenured Mizzou professors, pose for a portrait in front of the home where Amanda grew up. Haskell joined the MU faculty as an English professor in 1972 and taught until 2008. A Hickman High School graduate, Amanda left Columbia after high school but returned to Mizzou to earn a master’s degree. After earning a PhD from Northwestern University, she joined the faculty at the MU School of Journalism.
Berkley and David Roloff pose for a portrait in front of the home where Berkley grew up. David arrived at Mizzou in 1974 and studied broadcast journalism as an undergraduate before earning a master’s degree in counseling psychology. He has worked at MU for 24 years and is currently the director of marketing and strategic communications at the Mizzou Alumni Association. A Hickman High School graduate, Berkley followed in his father’s footsteps and arrived on campus as a freshman last year, 40 years after his dad.
Auben Galloway poses for a portrait with his sons Gilam, 3, and Gregory, 1, in front of their home. A Hickman High School graduate, Auben stayed in Columbia immediately after high school and earned an undergraduate degree in parks and recreation from Mizzou. Probable future Tigers Gilam and Gregory are part of a legacy of Tiger Pride; both sets of grandparents earned degrees from or worked for the university.
Neil and Hannah Minturn pose for a portrait in front of the home where the family lived when her father became a professor of music theory at Mizzou in 1996. A Hickman High School graduate, Hannah left Columbia after high school but then returned to MU, where she currently works as an assistant director for international recruitment.