Skip to main content
Skip to navigation
University of Missouri

Arts and Humanities


Summer 2015 Briefly

Nuggets of news from across campus.

Petch Peden and Pamela Carmell

Passing the Antorcha

Professor emerita Petch Peden passes on the love of translation.

satellite image

Satellite Anthropology

Using satellite images to protect indigenous tribes.

Michael Marlo

Logging Languages

English Assistant Professor Michael Marlo documents African languages.

Plowing by Julius Paul Junghanns

The Trouble with Nazi Art

MU professor studies the challenges of categorizing Nazi art.

Julia Gaines Mizzou

Percussion Repercussions

Julia Gaines enthusiastically leads the School of Music.

Stephanie Tinsley Regagnon, McKenzie Lockett and Mia Platz

Giving Hope, Family and Future

Mizzou alumna turns negative experience into something positive for Missouri students.


Vocal Wisdom

Ann Harrell has trained four national voice champions.


Billboard Blowout

Anne Thompson turns billboards into artwork in I-70 Sign Show.


Democracy in America

A new program supports the study of the American political system.


Faces of Franz Xaver

Art history professor studies extreme sculptor.

Chanell Washington

Mentoring It Forward

Mentoring undergraduates is a gift that keeps on giving.


Flower of Beauty

Alumni singers carol to raise money for scholarships.

Amber Lawson

Comedy Gives Back

Mizzou alumna Amber J. Lawson combines comedy and charity.

Samantha Franks

Shipped Abroad

Mizzou junior studies at University of Bristol through Fulbright.

Daniel Neuhaus

Recording History

Recent grad helps uncover St. Louis’ past through oral history.

Robert Burns

Tiger Stripes and Rabbit Fur

Robert Burns follows Tiger and Jackrabbit tracks.

Mizzou paisley

Mizzou Paisley

Art professor designs signature Mizzou paisley for 175th anniversary.

ginnifer o'keefe

Punk Rock Potter

MU ceramics student accepted to national exhibition.

Rabia Gregory

Unexpected Kindness

Religious studies professor starts Academic Kindness blog.

books and apple

What’s New at the Honors College

Honors College makes changes large and small to curriculum.


Music in the Genes

The Curreys are one big musical family.

Gary Savill and Barbara Stampfli-Savill

Animal (Medicine) Lovers

Love for animals prompts $2.5 million estate gift to College of Veterinary Medicine.

Ann Harrell

Exemplary Educators

2014 Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence announced.


Early Glory

Stephanie Berg, a young composer setting out to remake fine art music, gets her big break.

Win Horner

Writing a Winner

Win Horner was a pioneer for writing at MU.


50-50 Chance

Mizzou proposes capital projects for state matching money.

Christopher Strelluf

Look Who’s Talking

MU doctoral student studies how Kansas Citians speak.


A Survivor’s Story

After the death of her family, Béa Gallimore searched and found a new calling.


More Than Bones & Stones

Anthropology faculty explore links between evolution and human behavior.

Update Your Address
Submit a Class Note

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4