As the first public university west of the Mississippi River, the University of Missouri contributes to today’s most important innovations and issues happening around the world. From the classroom to the corn field, journalism to SEC athletics, Mizzou works 52 weeks a year, every year. Join Chancellor Alexander N. Cartwright on his weekly podcast/email newsletter campaign, “Inside Mizzou,” as he connects with students, faculty, staff and alumni to explore the real stories, real discoveries and real impact of the Mizzou community.
Feb. 12, 2019
In this issue: Mizzou students carry on tradition of service over winter break; precision medicine breakthrough helps dogs with bone cancer; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program offers tax help to Missouri families; and Mizzou celebrates Black History Month.
Feb. 5, 2019
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Musical Missouri, Ep. 12 Music is an important part of our lives: We listen while we exercise or cook, we attend concerts with friends and family, and we enjoy it to bond as a community. At Mizzou, we embrace musical citizenship through education, performance and innovation. Every day our School of Music, […]
Jan. 22, 2019
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Student Success, Ep. 11 Moving to a new city, meeting new people and entering a new academic or work environment can create exciting opportunities for students, but they can also be challenging experiences. Join Chancellor Alexander N. Cartwright for this episode of Inside Mizzou podcast where he talks with Brandon Orr, former […]
Jan. 15, 2019
In this issue: New scholarship fund announced for Kansas City students; competitive esports program launches Fall 2019; School of Medicine treats patients in Ecuador; student-led MizzouThon pledges $1.3 million to expand Women’s and Children’s Hospital; and Inside Mizzou podcast “Outreach.”
Dec. 11, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Outreach, Ep. 10 As the largest alternative break program at any university in the United States, Mizzou Alternative Breaks is driven by a simple but powerful motto: “Get Out. Give Back.” More than 1,000 students participated this year in trips across the globe — some even right here in Missouri. Join Chancellor […]
Dec. 4, 2018
In this issue: Students and faculty organize bone marrow registry drive; health care journalism center receives grant; Research Reactor supplies cancer-fighting radioisotopes; bees stopped buzzing during 2017 total solar eclipse; and Mizzou prepares for Nobel Prize award ceremony.
November 27, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Keyon Dooling, Ep. 9 From 1998-2000, Keyon Dooling was a leader on the Mizzou basketball team. His stellar college career helped him become the 10th basketball player in MU’s history to be drafted in the NBA’s first round, where he would go on to play for teams such as the Los Angeles […]
November 13, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Civic Engagement, Ep. 8 As a public, land-grant university, Mizzou has a proud history of service — from education to healthcare, public safety to our military. Join Chancellor Cartwright for this week’s Inside Mizzou podcast where he talks with ROTC cadets Kim Woods, a senior studying mechanical and aerospace engineering; and Ben […]
November 6, 2018
In this issue: Rodney McDuffie responds to disasters during FEMA internship; better technologies in nursing homes equals better care; Mizzou Education partners with South American university system; and faculty and staff are honored for their service
October 30, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Nobel Prize, Ep. 7 When Dr. George P. Smith was announced as one of this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry winners, the Royal Swedish Academy confirmed what all of us at Mizzou have always known: Work that happens here changes the world. Dr. Smith’s research has led to new treatments for arthritis, […]
October 23, 2018
In this issue: Students contribute to the Missouri Hyperloop hackathon; a Mizzou researcher discovers gene editing in pigs leads to significant virus resistance; Extension’s fall prevention programs receive a $500,000 grant to help aging Missourians; and Tiger fans take tailgating to the next level.
October 16, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Homecoming, Ep. 6 Now in its 107th year, Homecoming is a comprehensive tradition that embraces so many aspects of the Tiger spirit. From the parade to the blood drive, the football game to decorating the windows around downtown, this event celebrates what makes Mizzou special and what unites our community. But with […]
October 9, 2018
In this issue: Chancellor Cartwright celebrates fall semester successes; Curators Distinguished Professor Emeritus George P. Smith wins the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; St. Louis Symphony performs works by three Mizzou student composers; Art on the Move visits Farmington, Mo.; and the Mizzou community runs the Inclusive Excellence Mile.
October 2, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Indigenous Cultures, Ep. 5 For centuries, art has been a tool to document and study culture. Today, art forms like animation, film and digital storytelling create dynamic opportunities for cultural study, including the study of indigenous cultures.
September 25, 2018
Chancellor Cartwright highlights MU partners in Thailand; Anthropology graduate students and faculty study the 1918 flu epidemic; Professor Mike Metz researches whether there is one “right” kind of English; MU Extension coordinates dairy grazing apprenticeship for Missouri farmers; and Celebrate Ability Week showcases campus accessibility and success.
September 18, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Tiger Football, Ep. 4 With the 2018 football season off to a great start, the Tigers are ready to roar; ready to celebrate the Tiger spirit with the Mizzou cheerleaders, Golden Girls and Tiger’s Lair; ready to hear the wonderful music from Marching Mizzou. Because the tremendous experience of Tiger football goes […]
September 11, 2018
Mizzou student Taylor Cofield wins Pickering Fellowship on her path to becoming a U.S. diplomat; new partnership with NAVAIR center helps Mizzou community bolster national defense; annual summer fire school helps Missouri responders manage the heat; and MUPD trains hard to keep campus safe.
September 4, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Drought, Ep. 3 We’ve heard about it a lot this summer: drought. Most of Missouri is abnormally dry, and over 30 counties are experiencing extreme drought. But what exactly does all this talk about drought mean to the state and its people?
August 28, 2018
A recap of Chancellor Cartwright’s “Where People Meet Possibilities” event; Mizzou welcomes Provost Latha Ramchand; Professor studies Chernobyl’s transition from disaster zone to thriving wolf habitat; High-schoolers expand investigative journalism skills; and Mizzou officially goes tobacco-free.
August 21, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Tradition, Ep. 2 From Homecoming to Tap Day, blues music to barbeque, traditions at Mizzou and across Missouri honor the history, cultures and celebrations of their communities.
August 14, 2018
Teaching for Learning Center and curricular innovations enhance the classroom experience; students and faculty design adaptive career clothing for people with disabilities; ECHO Autism helps health professionals in India; and Mizzou hosts Welcome Week activities.
August 7, 2018
Inside Mizzou Podcast: Anniversary, Ep. 1 Anniversaries are a special moment, particularly a first anniversary. In August 2017, both Chancellor Alexander Cartwright and rising sophomore Jonathon Potochnic arrived on Mizzou’s campus to begin their Tiger journey.
A New Podcast from Chancellor Cartwright
This year, the University of Missouri is starting a new tradition. It’s called Inside Mizzou — a new podcast where Chancellor Alexander Cartwright sits down and talks with students, staff, faculty and alumni who make up our Mizzou community.