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MBU dedicates new School of Nursing

Missouri Baptist University leadership, faculty, staff and friends gathered at the Walker Medical Building to dedicate the School of Nursing facilities on Nov. 9. President Dr. R. Alton Lacey, founding dean of nursing Dr. Amber Pyatt, Provost/Senior Vice President for… Continue Reading MBU dedicates new School of Nursing

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MBU confers more than 800 degrees to class of 2018

Total Degrees 886 Doctor of Education 20 Educational Specialist 54 Graduate degrees and certificates 346 Undergraduate degrees 466 More than 800 degrees were conferred to the class of 2018 at Missouri Baptist University’s 46th graduation ceremony on May 1, 2018… Continue Reading MBU confers more than 800 degrees to class of 2018

MBU attends MLK50, announces MLK Dream Scholarship

In commemoration with the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Missouri Baptist University students and staff attended the racial unity conference “MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop,” April 3- 4, 2018, in Memphis, Tennessee. This event and initiative… Continue Reading MBU attends MLK50, announces MLK Dream Scholarship

Invisible Girl Project founder Jill McElya sheds light on gendercide in MBU Chapel

Missouri Baptist University will feature guest speaker Jill McElya, founder and president of Invisible Girl Project, in chapel on March 8. This is a continuation of showing documentary “It’s a Girl,” on MBU’s campus in the fall 2017 semester. In… Continue Reading Invisible Girl Project founder Jill McElya sheds light on gendercide in MBU Chapel

“Cover” returns to the stage, gives voice to human trafficking advocacy for Women’s History Month

Photo: MBU alumna Andrea Robb performs in the 2014 MBU production of “Cover” written by Joy Powell. MBU Theatre director Joy Powell is shedding light on human trafficking by bringing her production of “Cover” to Webster University and New York… Continue Reading “Cover” returns to the stage, gives voice to human trafficking advocacy for Women’s History Month

MBU art gallery features local artist Greta Coalier

Webster Groves native Greta Coalier will feature her art in MBU’s art gallery located in the Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Center from Feb. 2 to March 30. “My work is directly inspired by a history and love of textiles, coupled with… Continue Reading MBU art gallery features local artist Greta Coalier

MBU to host Rend Collective in concert

Irish Christian band, Rend Collective will appear in concert on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at Missouri Baptist University as part of their Good News tour. The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Fine… Continue Reading MBU to host Rend Collective in concert

MBU Theatre presents ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’

Missouri Baptist University’s theatre department will bring the entirely student-led production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” to stage this week. The classic musical written by Clark Gesner brings Charles Schulz’s honored comic to life. Performances of the musical… Continue Reading MBU Theatre presents ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’

MBU Media Talk announces Mercy VP as February speaker

Bob Davidson, Mercy vice president of community relations – integrated marketing,  will continue the 2017-2018 MBU Media Talk series as the guest speaker on February 13. The free speaker series will take place in the Don & Mary Pillsbury Wainwright… Continue Reading MBU Media Talk announces Mercy VP as February speaker

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