Christopher Dade, senior in chemistry, sees Mizzou as more than just a university, it’s a family. Dade grew up in a tight-knit, rural community and attending Mizzou has widened his world view.
“If I could choose again, it would be Mizzou in a heartbeat,” Dade said. “My time on campus might be short, but the impact Mizzou will have on me is for life. You may be able to leave Mizzou, but Mizzou never really leaves you.”
Dade has always appreciated Mizzou for its research opportunities. Each year more than $237 million is spent funding all types scientific research. For both graduate and undergraduate students, there’s always a chance to get involved and help make new discoveries that can change lives.
Teaching and Learning
IT program tackles drone technologies
An engineering professor tailors curriculum to meet industry demands for unmanned autonomous vehicles.
Choi receives African Leadership Award
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Mizzou Esports builds a virtual community
A new online server provides a “virtual quad” for all Tigers — gamers or not — to connect and engage.
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