Academic News

S-MSTA Chapter Receives Award From State Association
Posted January 27, 2015

Missouri Valley’s Student-Missouri State Teachers Association (S-MSTA) chapter received the Outstanding Service Project award at the 2014 Missouri State Teacher Association Convention held November 14  in Columbia, Mo.   The annual award is given to a chapter that records community service or volunteer hours, helping a local community agency or project... Read More

MVC Jazz Festival Deemed A Success
Posted January 26, 2015

Article from the Marshall Democrat-News   Friday, January 23, 2015 Lucas Johnson/Staff Writer     Missouri Valley College hosted a jazz festival in the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre this past Saturday, Jan. 17. The show featured area junior high and high school jazz bands, as well as a jazz improvisation clinic... Read More

MVC English Department to Host Visiting Writers Series
Posted January 20, 2015

Missouri Valley College welcomes Nonfiction Writer Eric O. Scott as the second participant in the MVC Visiting Writers Series. Scott will give a public reading of his creative nonfiction piece entitled “Valhalla, I Am Coming: Memoirs of a Viking Summer,”  from 7-8 p.m. on Tuesday, January 27 in the Murrell Library Reading Room... Read More

MVC to Host Jazz Festival
Posted January 12, 2015

Marshall, Mo. (January 12, 2015) —  Missouri Valley College will host a Jazz Festival from 12:30-5 p.m., January 17 in the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre. The Festival will feature area junior high and high school jazz bands and a jazz improvisation clinic. Groups from Grandview High School and Middle School, Grandview, Mo... Read More

2014 Viking Highlights
Posted January 5, 2015

A recap of some of this year's hightlights.    Read More

MVC Alpha Chi Chapter Recognized as 2013-2014 Notable Chapter
Posted December 17, 2014

Missouri Valley College’s Alpha Chi Honor Society chapter has been recognized as a 2013-2014 Notable Chapter. The Notable Chapter award honors chapters who have met at least five of the following criteria: inducting members locally, sending at least one faculty member and one student to the annual convention, having at least one student presentation on the convention program, nominating at least one student for a national Alpha Chi fellowship or scholarship, and sponsoring at least one on-campus program in promotion of scholarship... Read More

MVC Honor Society Inducts New Members
Posted December 17, 2014

The Missouri Sigma chapter of Alpha Chi, a national college honors society, on the Missouri Valley College campus inducted 13 new members this fall.   Founded in 1922, Alpha Chi is an honor society that admits students from all academic disciplines. With some 300 chapters and an active presence in almost every state, Alpha Chi actively promotes academic excellence, undergraduate and graduate research, campus academic dialogue, and civic engagement... Read More

MVC Rodeo Team Tarps a Million-Bushel Grain Pile
Posted November 25, 2014

The Missouri Valley College rodeo team assisted Central Missouri Agri-Service Thursday, Nov. 20, by covering the 1.2 million bushel ground pile of grain at the northwest end of Marshall near Route 240. The team has been assisting CMAS in covering several ground piles of similar size over the past few weeks... Read More

Morris Gallery of Art Hosts New Exhibit Open House & Holiday Party
Posted November 21, 2014

The Morris Gallery of Contemporary Art will host a new exhibit open house and holiday cocktail party from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Dec. 3 in the Gallery on the MVC Campus. “Songs of the Prairie” by Artist Allan Chow opened in the Morris Gallery on Nov. 11 and will run through January 25, 2015. Dancing between Impressionism and Expressionism, Chow’s series of prairie paintings acknowledges the world that once thrived and all efforts protecting the majestic tallgrass prairie that struggles to exist in today’s modern civilization... Read More

MVC Announces Hire of Director of Planned Giving
Posted November 18, 2014

Missouri Valley College announced today that Chad Jaecques has been hired to serve as the College’s first-ever director of planned giving. The new position will work under the vice president of institutional advancement. The director of planned giving supports the overall financial strength of the College by visiting with donors and prospective donors about a variety of gift possibilities... Read More