Public Affairs

The Ethical Citizen: Can You Make a Difference?

The 2014-15 public affairs theme explores what it means to be an ethical citizen, from its concepts and practices to its implications for society.

Seven signature events that inspire Missouri State to lead ethically, learn culturally and engage communally.

Students leaving student convocationNew Student Convocation

Aug. 17, 2014

Welcome the freshman class to campus and kick off the year's public affairs theme.

The avenue of flags is erected for Public Affairs WeekPublic Affairs Week

Sept. 15-19, 2014

Expand your understanding of the public affairs theme during this student-organized week of activities.

A speaker addresses a large group of peoplePublic Affairs Conference

April 14-17, 2015

Explore what it means to be an ethical citizen through keynotes, panel discussions and special events.


Public affairs updates

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    Have you gathered your shoes for Stomp Out Hunger? Oct 1-24. #CitizenBear pic.twitter.com/OTh5i1Gt2t
    2 hours agoPublic Affairs Twitter
  • MSU Talks: Nancy Allen
    YouTube video preview

    MSU Talks provided a great opportunity for students to hear from speakers touching on the three pillars of the public affairs
    mission: ethical leadership, community engagement and cultural competence.

  • Stomp Out Hunger: Shoe collection sites - Community Engagement Project - Public Affairs -...
    7 hours ago • 1 person likes this • Public Affairs Facebook
    Stomp Out Hunger Shoe Drive officially starts tomorrow! Start bringing in your used shoes of any type and drop them off in one of the many blue boxes located around campus, in the residence halls and fraternity/sorority houses. Check the website for collection locations around campus. #CitizenBear ... Continue reading →
    Drop-Off Campus Locations Building Box Location Alumni Center 2nd floor, Outside of Mailroom Alumni Center Suite 400 Blair Shannon House Main Lobby Carrington Hall Financial Services, Rm. 119 Carrington Hall Rm. 104 Carrington Hall President's Office, Rm. 201 Cheek Hall Rm. 203 Craig Hall Dean's Of…
  • Are you ready for the Stomp Out Hunger Shoe ...
    Are you ready for the Stomp Out Hunger Shoe Drive??? Oct. 1-24. donate your shoes (any kind as long as they do not have holes in the soles!) at any campus drop off location. Look for the blue boxes! #CitizenBear [ visit link ]
    September 25 at 9:23 a.m. • 2 people like this • Public Affairs Facebook
  • PAW 2014 Film Showing, The Invisible War, PSU Theatre, Co-sponsors SAC/Ozarks Public Television, starting in 15 minutes #CitizenBear @OPTV
    September 18 at 8:45 p.m.Public Affairs Twitter
  • PAW 2014 A dynamic lecture by Mike Dilbeck,,Courageous Leadership, PSU Theatre, starting now! Sponsored by SAC #CitizenBear @MOStateOSE
    September 18 at 7:01 p.m.Public Affairs Twitter
  • PAW 2014 "Who Cares About Kelsey? Disabling Segregation" a video and panel discussion sponsored by MSU Counseling Leadership and Special Ed, 4 pm Meyer Library 101. Free and open to the public. [ visit link ] #CitizenBear @COEMissouriSt
    September 18 at 12:04 p.m.Public Affairs Facebook

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