Transcript: MIZZOU All About Money Tuition & Fees: $8989 Room & Board: $8643 (On Campus) Books & Supplies: $1086 Estimated Personal Expenses: $1578 Transportation: $1578 Cost PER Credit Hour: $262 Coed Men's Women's Apartments for Married Students Fraternities/ Sororities Have Wellness Housing deposit is $300 First-time first-year students allowed to have a car Suburban, small city Only 125 mi. from STL Unique Facilities: observatory, freedom of info. center, center for research in social behavior, equine center, child development laboratory, and many, many more! Achery Badminton Baseball * Basketball * Bowling Cricket Cross-Country * Diving* Equestrian Fencing Field Hockey Football* Football (Non-Tackle) Golf * Gymnastics* Ice Hockey Lacrosse Raquetball Rifle Rodeo Rowing Rugby Skin DIving Soccer * Softball* Swimming * Table Tennis Tennis * Track & Field * Triathalon Ultimate Frisbee Volleyball * Water Polo Weightlifting Wrestling * Diploma Required 17 Credits Total: English 4 Foreign Language 2 Math 4 (Alg 1 or higher) Science 3 (1 must use lab) Social Studies 3 Fine Arts 1 ACT Composite: 23-28 Important Addmission Factors Class Rank, Standardized Test Stores, and GPA are taken into consideration when students apply. Same clubs & activites as NHS plus many more 19% of men join Frats 26% of women join sororities AP Biology AP Calculus AP Chemistry AP Physics AP Psychology AP Statistics AP US History AP World History They Consider... Application Essay Racial/Ethnic Status Recommendations Talent/Ablilty Volunteer Work Work Experience First Generation College Student Level of Applicant's Interest ACT Writing Section (Optional) collegesearch.collegeboard.com Campus AP Credits Accepted Sports Activities Housing Options High School Requirements
Transcript: The average graduation rate is 69.8%. Student rating's on Mizzou 88 percent rate their educational experience as positive or very positive. 85 percent rate their academic department experience as positive or very positive. 83 percent rate their out-of-classroom experience as positive or very positive. Size And Demographics He say's staying off campus is more responsibility because on campus you are on campus and close to your classes. But living off campus you have to wake up early to fix your food and get to your classes. How are the parties? Housing Requirements Graduation rate FEEL FREE TO COPY & PASTE THEM! Dominique L Chris R Noriel R Background Students can choose from 100 different living and learning options. Examples -Thematic Learning Community -General Learning Community Men Sports -Baseball -Basketball -Cross Country -Football -Golf -Swim & Dive -Track & Field -Wrestling Questions? Here are some extra assets : Whites:78.8% Blacks:8.2% Non-Res.:3.6% Hispanic/Latino:3.5% Two Races+:2.8% Asain:2.3% Aliens:0.8% Women Sports -Basketball -Cross Country -Golf -Gymnastics -Soccer -Softball -Swim & Dive -Tennis -Track & Field -Volleyball More than 300+ degree programs with 3 professional tracks Professional tracks that include Pre-Law, Pre-medicine, Pre- veterinary medicine Ex- Engineering, Business administration, Art, Education, etc... What was college your first year? He said that his first year was tough getting adjusted to being alone for the first time and finding his place as an african American male because Mizzou is a PWI. He later found organizations and programs that helped him fit it. How is it like living off campus ? Athletics (Division 1) In state tuition- $10,586 room and board-$10,062 Total of-$20,648 Out of state tuition-$25,198 room and board- $10,062 total-$35,260 Extra Curricular Activities 600+ Student organizations Ex: National Society of black Engineers What they do they "serve the campus and the surrounding community through member-to-member and member-to-youth mentor ship. Also, we provide programs and resources that can be used to the advantage of members including test banks, peer resume reviews, and networking opportunities with faculty and company representatives." 50+ Fraternities and Sororities Ex: Alpha Gamma Sigma( fraternity) - Alpha Chi Omega - ΑΧΩ(sorority) ΑΓΣ 30+ Musical Ensembles Ex: Marching Mizzou- Concert Band Costs of Attendance Mizzou has a nice 1,262 acres with a diverse community. Interview Q's and A's Mizzou Mizzou was founded in 1839 in Columbia,MO as the first public University West of the Mississippi River. He say's that the parties are fun because there are people from different cities and countries so you get exposed to different music and foods. Majors High school credits English- 4 units Mathematics-3 units Science-3 units Foreign Language-2 units Fine Art- 1 unit ACT Scores 23 with a GPA of 2.80 22 with a GPA of 2.90 21 with a GPA of 3.05 20 with a GPA of 3.20 19 with a GPA of 3.35 18 with a GPA of 3.5 17 with a GPA of 3.65 add logo here
Transcript: Why Should I Start a Fraternity? Hold A Leadership Position Right Away Compete Against Other Organizations Establish A Brotherhood/Meet New People Become A Part of an International Organization Lifelong Membership/Networking Opportunities Be Involved with the NEW Fraternity on Campus Build Your Resume Become a Founding Father and Leave A Legacy The Fraternity Experience Preparation for for bigger and better things right out of college Provides ideal setting for personal and professional development Develop as a leader, scholar, and social gentlemen What are the benefits? Our chapters and colonies perform Sam Spady Projects to further the mission of the Foundation New Member Fee $150.00 (One Time Only, Per Man) INCLUDES: New Member Manual, Study Guide for Academic Success, 1-Year Magazine Subscription, 1-Year Insurance Coverage & Founding Father Badge! Initiation Fee $350.00 (One Time Only, Per Man) INCLUDES: Lifetime Membership & Magazine Subscription, Insurance Coverage, Active Member Badge, ID Card, Membership Certificate and Member Benefits All-Year Round. Financial Commitments Brotherhood THANK YOU!!! In the Big 12: Kansas State Texas Texas A&M Colorado Oklahoma State Iowa State Approved for Expansion at Kansas and Texas Tech James Avelar (Beta-Omicron, Cal State-Long Beach) Senior Production Accountant, Walt Disney Studios Kristofor Brown (Gamma-Mu, Wisconsin-Oshkosh) Animation Artist, MTV Network Robert Burgess (Beta-Omicron, Cal State-Long Beach) Entertainer, Mickey Mouse Club (Mouseketeer) and the Lawrence Welk Show William G. Carr (Upsilon, UCLA) Executive Secretary, National Educational Association; Author of Collecting My Thoughts and The Continuing Education of William Carr (an autobiography) Raymond O. Evans (Gamma, Ohio State) Cartoonist and Staff Artist, Columbus Dispatch and Baltimore News-American Christofaro "Chris" Fiore (Alpha-Upsilon, Rhode Island) Actor, TV-show Baywatch Dudley T. Fisher (Gamma, Ohio State) Cartoonist, Columbus Dispatch (Began service with newspaper in 1912) James Goss (Alpha-Rho, Missouri State) Director of Creative Productions; NBC Productions Lewis Grizzard (Alpha-Phi, Georgia) Author; Syndicated Columnist: Atlanta Journal-Constitution & Southern Humorist Willard Kiplinger (Gamma, Ohio State) Editor, The Washington Letter, WWI Correspondent; Author of Washington is Like That Tracy Lawrence (Epsilon-Kappa, Southern Arkansas) Award Winning Country Music Artist William Maxwell (Phi, Illinois) Editorial Staff Member, The New Yorker (regular contributor since 1936); Author of The Folded Leaf, The Bright Center of Heaven, and They Came Like Swallows Albert E. McKinley (Kappa, Temple) Editor, History Magazine Harry E. Pratt (Phi, Illinois) Secretary, Lincoln Foundation; Historian and Author (Lincoln and Civil War period) James B. "Scotty" Reston, Jr. (Phi, Illinois) VP (1969-1989), Executive Editor (1968) and Staff Member (1939-89), The New York Times, Winner of the Pulitzer Prize (1945 & 1957) Todd T. Roeland (Epsilon-Omega, SUNY-Potsdam) Production Sports Manager, MTV Network Sylvan T. Runkel (Sigma, Iowa State) Conservationist, Author of Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands and Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie Scott Shields (Beta, Indiana) Visual Effects Coordinator, 20th Century FOX Pictures Lewis W. Shollenberger (Theta, Penn State) Director of Special Events and News Operations, ABC (Washington News Bureau) Barry Weiss (Mu, Cornell) CEO, Jive Records F. Howard Willoughby (Iota, California) Executive VP and Director, Lane Publishing Company (Sunset Magazine) Peter F. Yelverton (Epsilon-Theta, Elon) Video Editor, The Golf Channel Social Life Mike Beebe Arkansas State Lorenzo Fertitta University of San Diego Sigma Pi has partnerned with the SAM Spady Foundation to help educate the masses on alcohol poisoning and high-risk consumption. Ralph Baker (Theta, Penn State) Linebacker (11 seasons) and Assistant Coach, NY Jets Sherdrick Bonner (Epsilon-Iota, Cal State-Northridge) Arizona Rattlers Arena Football Quarterback Frank Broyles (Alpha-Sigma, Arkansas) Athletic Director, University of Arkansas (1973-2007) John Carenza (Delta-Omega, SIU-Edwardsville) Member, US Olympic Soccer Team (1972) Mark Cresse (Beta-Omicron, Cal State-Long Beach) Bullpen Coach, Los Angeles Dodgers Elvin C. "Ducky" Drake (Upsilon, UCLA) Legendary Track Coach & Trainer, UCLA (1946-64); Charter Member, UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame; US Olympic Track Coach (trained 8 Olympians) Rudy Feldman (Upsilon, UCLA) Director of Pro Personnel, San Diego Chargers; Defensive Line Coach & Linebackers Coach, St. Louis Cardinals; Head Football Coach, University of New Mexico (1968-73) Jim Flood (Gamma-Mu, Wisconsin-Oshkosh) Athletic Director, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh (1974-Present) Jeffrey A. Gossett (Beta-Gamma, Eastern Illinois) Punter, Los Angeles Raiders, Cleveland Browns (1983) and Kansas City Chiefs Joe R. Laws (Xi, Iowa) Quarterback, Green Bay Packers (1934-45) Doug Lowrey (Alpha-Pi, Arkansas State) Center
Transcript: ***File naming system: Save the file as “FirstName_LastName_L1_Essay”. If you do not use the format I will not check your work! You will upload the .docx, .doc, or .pdf file to Canvas. Speech 1 College Prep Grades What's the importance of free speech? Why is equality important? Why would someone step-down from a position of authority? 10A Mizzou in the News 1. Student Writes 2. Teachers Edits with symbols 3. Student Edits 4. Student submits all versions to Mizzou on Canvas Assignments firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to Mizzou Online Speech 2 Books in PDF Canvas
Transcript: Sue, 2010 feel , What is Identity? Session Outline Like? sound How do you deal with micro-aggressions? Learning Outcomes Describe a time you witnessed a micro-aggression. What was the underlying message? How did you feel? How did you respond? What are Micro-aggressions? Brief & commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative identity-related slights & insults towards people who have been historically marginalized Be patient, reach-out, self-care Recognize your own assumptions & fears Recognize that micro-aggressions affect many Use your network or support/resources Remember Intersectionality - privilege & subordination in one body look Preferred Name & Pronouns Institution What you wanted to be when you were 5 years old Intent vs. Impact Exploring Micro-Aggressions and the Impact on Healthcare Learning Outcomes Introductions Learning Agreement Defining & Exploring Micro-aggressions Responding to Micro-aggressions Questions What do micro-agressions The Cumulative Effect Describe a time you experienced a micro-aggression. What was the underlying message? How did you feel? How did you respond? Micro-aggressions To You Be open & honest Be present & participate fully Speak from personal experience Listen respectfully Share air time Be open to new & different perspectives Take risks Respect & maintain confidentiality Name if you feel triggered Trust the process , & Unpacking the Impact Participants will be able to: Create awareness of micro-aggressions Understand how micro-aggressions can be experiences from various marginalized identities Develop knowledge of micro-aggressions can be addressed before or after they occur Know Thyself Continue or begin to explore how social privilege works. Gain awareness of the levels and types of oppression. Learn your own history. Work through any guilt you might about having privilege. Find a group of friends, colleagues, and/or classmates who will keep you honest and accountable. Do your own research. Don't be afraid to make mistakes & take accountability for when you make a mistake. Listen to other people's experiences-if people are willing to share with you. Don't dismiss others experience. Introductions Community Learning Agreement To Others "Microaggressions are similar to carbon monoxide - invisible, but potentially lethal - continuous exposure to these type of interactions can be a sort of death by a thousand cuts to the victim" Describe a time you committed a micro-aggression. What was the underlying message? How did you feel? How did you respond? Religion/Spirituality Occupation Gender Identity Sexual Orientation Race & Ethnicity Education National Origin Ability/Disability Socio-Economic Status History/Heritage Age Language Geographic Location Immigration Status
Transcript: Tennessee Williams, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ann Covington, Missouri Supreme Court justice Fred Robbins, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Russ Mitchell, news anchor Barney Calame, New York Times editor Linda Godwin, NASA Astronaut Mort Walker, cartoonist Sam Walton, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. founder Jim Lehrer, TV journalist Elizabeth Vargas, news anchor Carl Edwards, NASCAR driver Kate Capshaw, actress Jeremy Maclin, NFL player Chuck Roberts, news anchor Kent Kreh, CEO of Jenny Craig, Inc. James Fergason, inventor of modern liquid crystal display Peter Herschend, co-owner of Silver Dollar City Larry Drew, NBA player and coach Mike Shannon, sportscaster Christian Cantwell, Olympic silver medalist Seven Missouri governors and five congressmen MIZZOU SPORTS Thank you for your attention! Admission Notable Alumni Mizzou student athletes rank second in the Big 12 in the Academic Progress Rates report, which measures eligibility, retention and graduation rates. You’re eligible for admission to the Honors College if you graduate in the top 10 percent of your high school class and score 29 or higher on the ACT. Students from non-ranking high schools will be eligible with a minimum 3.71 grade point average in core classes and a score of 29 or higher on the ACT. Other students will be considered on an individual basis. Women's Sports Basketball Cross Country Golf Gymnastics Soccer Softball Swimming & Diving Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Modern Mizzou Mizzou Arena Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Swimming & Diving Track & Field Wrestling ACT SAT (CR–M) Core GPA* Minimum HS class rank 23 1050–1080 2.80 Top 52% 22 1020–1040 2.90 Top 46% 21 980–1010 3.05 Top 38% 20 940–970 3.20 Top 31% 19 900–930 3.35 Top 22% 18 860–890 3.50 Top 14% 17 820–850 3.65 Top 6% Tuition Mizzou Following World War II, MU's enrollment escalated, partially due to the GI Bill. It became fully integrated in 1950 when it opened its doors to African-American students. By 1962, the University became a four-campus system with flagship Mizzou as its largest university member. Today, the Mizzou family is a community of more than 32,000 students, some 3,100 faculty and staff members, 258,000 alumni worldwide and countless friends who support the university. Graduate Graduate/certificate cost of attendance 2010-11 (assumes 8 credit hours of enrollment each semester) Cost per year, including Fall and Spring Semesters Missouri Resident Non Resident Tuition* $5,800 $5,800 Non-resident Tuition* $0 $7,764 Room/board $8,800 $8,800 Books/supplies $826 $826 Personal expenses/transportation $5,900 $5,900 Total $21,326 $29,090
Transcript: The University of Missouri plays in the SEC and has a 6-0 start this football season. Winning by an average of 21 points per game, also upsetting #7Georgia over the weekend. Missouri wins an average of 8.3 games per year in the last 10 years. hg
Transcript: MyZou Experience Where I grew up.. These boots were made for walking..the Tiger Walk! Leadership Volunteering at Second Chance My life be like... Studying...kind of.. Uh-huh you know what it is... My mom and I on Family Weekend! Columbia Cheering on the Cardinals with Sabrina! Rolla To be continued... Competed in the Artful Bra Contest with my "Plucking out Cancer one-by-one" bra and raised $175! St. Louis
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