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A study published in 1990 showed students less engaged in community service than ever in American history. “I found this a devastating and sad fact,” explains Anne-Marie Foley. Her original charge for the Honors College in 1990—to develop innovative programming for honors students—has expanded from “a desk and a phone” and a handful of students to a program that involves 10% of the MU undergraduate population. Drawing upon her own personal commitment to working with the elderly, Foley started gathering groups of students from the Honors College (“bribing” them with free pizza) to share their views.

Published October 04, 2006

Alcohol and Racial Bias

Alcohol and Racial Bias

Bruce Bartholow

Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences

Published November 30, 2010

Fostering the Future of Undergraduate Research

Fostering the Future of Undergraduate Research

Ted Tarkow

Professor of Classical Studies & Associate Dean of Arts & Science

Published November 14, 2006

Picture Book Romance

Picture Book Romance

Anne Rudloff Stanton

Associate Professor, Department of Art History and Archaeology

Published November 17, 2009

Collateral Consequences

Collateral Consequences

S. David Mitchell

Associate Professor, School of Law

Published December 02, 2008

Deeper Than Simple Enjoyment

Deeper Than Simple Enjoyment

Timothy Langen

Associate Professor of Russian

Published August 01, 2007