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Sometimes, in order to see the status quo, it takes a little distance. When MU’s Peace Corps Fellows return to the United States, they bring their global perspectives to the University of Missouri campus in order to open the minds of students, staff, and community members. Nathan Jensen, Jennifer Keller, Amy Bowes, and Andy Craver are among this year’s fellows. Their work in distant countries has changed them, helping them grow. Now they’re sharing their experience and newfound attitudes with MU.

Published December 09, 2009

“Armchair Philosophy” and Beyond

“Armchair Philosophy” and Beyond

Robert Johnson

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Published August 28, 2006

Through the Eyes of an Infant

Through the Eyes of an Infant

Yuyan Luo

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences

Published August 29, 2007

Putting Physics First

Putting Physics First

Dorina Kosztin

Teaching Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Published January 25, 2012

Offering a Beacon in the Darkness

Offering a Beacon in the Darkness

Marilyn Rantz

Professor, Sinclair School of Nursing

Published May 12, 2006

Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

José Garcia

Extension Assistant Professor

Published October 30, 2007