— Part 2 of an 8-Part Series —
During an in-service day earlier this semester, MBU faculty and staff members participated in active shooter training for the first time, following the 4E’s© program, led by members of the Creve Coeur Police Department.
Photo by C. Allin Means
During the February in-service day at Missouri Baptist University, faculty and staff members worked side-by-side to barricade doors and put into practice what officers taught them in case an actual active shooting situation were to reach MBU’s campus. The hope is that this scenario would never happen in real life, but that if it does, faculty, staff and students will be prepared.
Senior education major, Tanya Drochner, who is graduating next week, shares her tips and strategies for excelling in college, ideas that have worked for her during her time at Missouri Baptist University.
Photo by Jessica Danielle Moore
Amy Goodberlet shares her story about following God’s promptings and learning to trust Him in all facets of her life.
Photo by Michael Klussman
Amy Goodberlet, director of the Academic Success Center at Missouri Baptist University, has a heart for the Lord and a heart for His children who He brings across her path each day.
Have you ever wondered if the student research projects your professors assign you really matter in the whole scheme of things? Well, they do matter, as MBU student researchers have learned each year since the first Student Research Symposium back in 2015. This year’s symposium will contribute to that body of understanding.
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Nicole Walen, one of the top research performers at last year’s Research Symposium, stands in front of her correlation analysis project, which led to significant changes in how MBU athletics handles its social media accounts.