Public Affairs

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Public Affairs...using your skills to make a positive impact on the world around you.

Ethical leadership | Cultural competence | Community engagement

Public Affairs programming is offered for MSU students, the campus community and the public to explore and open dialogue on how to lead ethically, contribute to community and respect multiple perspectives and cultures.

2021-2022 Public Affairs Theme

Bridging the Divide

This year's theme seeks to challenge each of us to examine our individual viewpoints as well as explore and come together to find a common ground in addressing our most pressing issues of the day. This theme will guide events and programming for the academic year.

Public Affairs Signature Events

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Public Affairs Conference

September 27-30, 2021. Join the conversation as facets of Bridging the Divide are explored at the 18th annual Public Affairs Conference.

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Public Affairs Convocation

Shaun Tomson, author, writer, producer and world surfing champion, will speak on Feb. 10, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. at the Robert W. Plaster Student Union Theater. Free and open to the public. No ticket required.


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New Student Convocation

August 22, 2021 at 2:00 PM at JQH Arena


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Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame

Honor Missouri citizens who've bettered the lives of others.


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Collaborative Diversity Conference

Learn diversity best practices from top professionals.

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The Office of Public Affairs Support is part of the Division of Public Affairs & Assessment.