The University of Missouri may sit – as we like to say - in the middle of the middle of the country, but the reach of our campus and community is global. Our students, faculty and staff represent six continents. And every year, we send more than 1,000 Tigers abroad to gain vital learning and scholarly experiences that connect us even more to the world. Here and abroad, the boundless ambition of our people drives our boundless potential. On this week’s Inside Mizzou podcast, Chancellor Cartwright talks with Jay Sexton, professor of history and the Kinder Endowed Chair in Constitutional Democracy, and Faramola Shonekan, a senior McNair Scholar and history major who completed the University of Oxford Global History course last year as a 2018 Kinder Institute scholar. They discuss the many other ways Mizzou’s global reach shapes our community’s education and impact.
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