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A total of 656 individuals graduated April 30 during Northwest Missouri State's 105th spring commencement exercises.
Dean Gingrich lived his life to serve, and, despite his death, his legacy continues to serve others.
With their ideas for creating a hydroponic garden, Northwest Missouri State University graduate Clinton Gesling and his instructor Jamie Patton are serving the community and expanding opportunities for people with disabilities.
As Northwest Missouri State University student Rebecca Irwin neared the completion of her undergraduate degree program this spring, she set her sights on building a career in social work.
Students in Northwest Missouri State University's advanced advertising strategies course this spring gained valuable experience building and designing a marketing campaign that may pay off for its client as well as educators and students.
Cancer patients in the Maryville area will soon undergo their treatments at an updated facility thanks to the planning and work of students in Northwest Missouri State University's merchandising of furnishings and accessories course.
Trevor Hayes has always been a sports fan, but the multiple skills he learned as a student at Northwest Missouri State University, combined with some key connections, helped propel him to a job in the field of his dreams.
Christine Chesney, a junior music education major, will represent Northwest Missouri State University this summer when she performs in the National Flute Association Collegiate Flute Choir.
The first task for 24 students selected to participate in an innovative, new integrated media marketing course at Northwest Missouri State University last January was to brainstorm a name and logo for their strategic communications agency.
Northwest has been named to the 2010 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.
A unique course at Northwest Missouri State University in June expanded 12 students' knowledge of puppetry, theater performance and problem-solving.
Three Northwest Missouri State University students took second place in April at the 2011 CCSC Central Plains Student Programming Contest.
The Northwest team, Programmers Anonymous, answered four of seven questions in three hours on a programming test to finish second among 24 teams and earn a $150 cash prize.
The team consisted of Daniel Swan, a graduate student from Florissant seeking his master's in applied computer science; and Alexander Ratcliff, of Lake St. Louis, and Andrew Paulman, of Blue Springs, who are students at Northwest's Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing.
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