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Tuesday, Apr 26, 2016
The Swope Park Rangers soccer club is promoting MNU's LQVE Haiti project at its home opener Wednesday, April 27, at 7 p.m. at Children's Mercy Victory Field at Swope Soccer Village (Kansas City, Missouri). The Rangers will take on the Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2. View a video here by Sporting KC and midfielder Soni Mustivar and read more about the project and the Ranger's support. ...
Monday, Apr 25, 2016
Exciting Collaboration Between K-State Olathe and MNU Scientists One of the advantages of attending a small university is the chance to do scientific research with one’s professor. Often something reserved for graduate students at larger institutions, MNU undergraduates actually get this opportunity frequently. Junior Timothy Myers is working with MNU Chemistry Professor Dr. Abby Hodges and Kansas State University Professor Dr. Mei He (pronounced hey) on an exciting project to help the medical field....
Thursday, Apr 21, 2016
Senior Addie Limmex is a consistently high-performing sociology and psychology major who enjoys studying human social systems and how they relate to each other. For 18 months she’s been putting her education to work with Freedom Fire Urban Ministries, first as an intern and now as a volunteer. But the work has become much more to her. Now it is a passion to care for these youth....
Thursday, Apr 14, 2016
Dr. Brent Moore took first place with his presentation on vulnerability in the creative process at MNU's 7x7 Challenge April 5, 2016. The 7x7 Challenge features seven professors giving seven-minute presentations on a topic of interest in their academic pursuits. Part of the university's Week of Scholarship, the event is highly anticipated and results in humor and learning in an entertaining format. Moore's presentation ended with his performance of an original, hilarious Rap. ...
Monday, Apr 11, 2016
The President's Honors Gala, MNU's premier annual fundraising event to benefit student scholarships, raised a record amount of more than $650,000 Friday, April 8, 2016. This is $75,000 more than was raised last year. Over the last five years generous donors have contributed more than $2.5 million through this event which includes sponsors, live and silent auctions and donations to the Scholarship Challenge.....
Wednesday, Apr 6, 2016
It's Week of Scholarship and students, faculty and staff are learning about research and other scholarly endeavors that happen (sometimes behind the scenes) on campus. Fourteen faculty members' research was on display in Bell Center this afternoon for Pioneers to learn what their professors do outside the classroom.  Research topics included diverse subjects from "Distribution of Vitamin C in the Human Brain," by Dr. Arvin Oke to "Teaching and Learning through Games: The Congress of Vienna," by Dr. Elizabeth George. ...
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