Natalie Butler, junior in political science and psychology, was born with Tiger blood in her veins. Attending Mizzou is considered a rite of passage in her family. Both her parents and her sister are alumni, and her mom even teaches at Mizzou.
“I grew up around Mizzou,” Butler said. “Although it’s a big campus, it feels like home to me. I’ve loved every minute I’ve spent here.”
For Butler, it’s the academics that make Mizzou stand out. She’s impressed by the value Mizzou provides; for example, Mizzou recently was one of 20 public universities named a “Best Buy” school in the 2018 edition of the “Fiske Guide to Colleges” for its combination of affordability and strong academic quality. “Mizzou is both an affordable option and a smart one,” Butler said.
Students create VR software to diagnose and monitor concussions
A group of Mizzou engineering students are designing software that would work with virtual reality goggles and help diagnose and monitor head injuries.
More than meats the eye
A small team of Mizzou students runs an on-campus butcher shop. Together, they handle all aspects of the business — from cutlets to customer relations — and they’re ready to supply your socially distanced holiday meal.
School of Journalism student already hosts an impressive portfolio
Diego Galicia is a budding videographer who already hosts big-name clients like the Kansas City Chiefs.
Daring to care
From MIZZOU magazine: When the pandemic pushed resources to their limit, donors jumped into action to support students in need.