MU Info - 5/27/2020

   Interested in a career in non-profit or public service?
Learn with the Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs! Our students and graduates work at the United Nations, World Bank, FEMA, Missouri Farm Bureau, state realtor associations, local food banks, city, county, state and federal government responding to public needs like natural disasters and pandemics. Visit Truman.missouri.edu or email Truman@missouri.edu for more information on a master’s in public affairs. Not sure you want to commit to entire graduate degree? Try the 12-hour online graduate certificates in nonprofit or public management, public policy, organizational change and conflict management; some courses can be applied to a future MPA.

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   KOMU 8 JOINS STREAMING PLATFORM ROKU
No cable or satellite? No problem! KOMU 8 is now streaming on ROKU. Search for the free KOMU 8 app and hit ‘add channel’- It’s that easy! Get the latest breaking news, weather and sports from KOMU 8 News. Watch video and get your exclusive LIVE Doppler 8 First Alert Forecast 24/7.

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   Two New Summer Music Courses Being Offered Online!

The School of Music is offering two new online  summer courses for humanities credit - Jazz, Pop, and Rock and Kansas City: Jazz and Gangsters. Jazz, Pop, and Rock (MUSIC_NM 1311-1) will be offered in the first four-week session. This course covers the history, musicians, and social impact of American Popular Music in the 20th century. Kansas City Jazz and Gangsters (MUSIC_NM 1005-1) will be offered in the second four-week session. This course will take a look at the lives and legacy of the early 20th century Gangsters, Politicians, and Musicians that lived in Kansas City. Enrollment is open!

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   Deadline Extended! Experiencing Piano - Online Summer Courses at the MU School of Music
Looking for fun, creative, and educational opportunities for you or your child to learn music this summer?  Join us for our innovative digital courses for learners of all ages!  Offering three different 8-week self-paced video courses, including (1) Just for Kids, Level 1 for beginners ages 5-9, (2) Just for Adults for beginners, and (NEW!) Experiencing Piano Supplementary Course for young students with some music lesson experience wanting to do fun activities and projects in music.  Further information: https://music.missouri.edu/cmp/camps Courses begin June 8, register by June 1st.

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