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The shelves of Dr. Dorina Kosztin’s office are full of colorful toys and apparatus, all demonstrating the power of science. As a physics professor, she is particularly fond of these toys because they show the practical, real-world dimensions of her field, well beyond the abstract equations and formulas typical of textbooks. Indeed, Dr. Kosztin has devoted her life to making physics a more accessible subject for students. Through her ongoing work, she has initiated major changes not only for programs in American institutions but in the very foundations of its classrooms.

Published January 25, 2012

The Fifth Chair

The Fifth Chair

Esterhàzy Quartet

Faculty Ensembles in Residence, School of Music

Published September 05, 2012

Interview with David H. Jonassen

Interview with David H. Jonassen

David Jonassen

Distinguished Professor of Education

Published November 28, 2006

The Science of Sound

The Science of Sound

Nandhu Radhakrishnan

Assistant Professor of Communication Science and Disorders

Published April 14, 2008

Traversing the Digital Globe

Traversing the Digital Globe

Wayne Wanta

Professor of Journalism and Executive Director of The Center for the Digital Globe

Published June 20, 2006

SyndicateMizzou “Turns” 100

SyndicateMizzou “Turns” 100

SyndicateMizzou

a project of the Center for eResearch

Published May 15, 2013