Missouri S&T fall speaker series to discuss entrepreneurship, workplace diversity and more

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Missouri S&T’s global learning department will host an online series of talks throughout the fall semester to discuss life during the pandemic, entrepreneurship, and diversity and inclusion. Each talk will take place at noon, last approximately 30 minutes and include a question-and-answer session at the end.

The first event, titled “Juggling Life During the Pandemic,” will be held at noon Wednesday, Sept. 16, on Zoom. Access the Zoom link online at global.mst.edu/speakers-series. Dr. Beth Kania-Gosche, chair and professor of teacher education and certification at Missouri S&T, will discuss the challenges of parenting, teaching, working, leading and preserving mental well-being during the ongoing pandemic.

Other speaker events scheduled for the fall 2020 semester include the following:

— “Missouri S&T Celebrates 150 Years,” will be held at noon Wednesday, Oct. 28, on Zoom. Dr. Larry Gragg, Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor emeritus of history and political science at Missouri S&T, will discuss how S&T, founded in 1870, became one of the nation’s top technological research universities. Gragg authored a new book about the university called Forged in Gold: Missouri S&T’s First 150 Years, available for pre-order at 150.mst.edu.

— “Entrepreneurship – A Mindset, Not an Occupation,” will be held at …

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