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Public Affairs

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Ethical leadership. Cultural competence.
Community engagement.

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

A variety of programs including conferences, special events and presentations are 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.

2020-2021 Public Affairs Theme

The Power of Voice

Join us for the Public Affairs Conference on Sept. 29-Oct.1, 2020 to explore the many aspects of The Power of Voice. Schedule may be viewed through the conference link below.

Signature events

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New Student Convocation

Please check back for 2021.

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Public Affairs Conference

Attend live virtual plenary speakers and panel discussions September 29-October 1, 2020!

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Public Affairs Convocation

Please check back for 2021.

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Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame

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

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Collaborative Diversity Conference

Learn diversity best practices from top professionals.

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Common reader

The common reader provides a common academic experience and creates a greater sense of community among students, faculty and staff.