Dean Stephen R. Jorgensen, Director Jessie Bradley, and Chair, Larry Ganong, assist children with the ribbon cutting that opens the newly renovated Red Door in the Child Development Laboratory, a program in the HDFS.
Gwynn Hall Renovation is complete with two new stair towers, wet labs for NEP and technology labs for TAM, and three centrally scheduled classrooms. Celebrate HES Week starting with the Grand Reopening Ceremonies on Sunday, April 27, 2014.
Architectural Studies Immersive Visualization Lab (iLab) helps students visualize designs more accurately. Dr. Balakrishnan, says the iLab is one of few labs in the country to allow undergraduate students hands-on experience using immersive 3-D technology.
Dr. Christopher Hardin, NEP chair, eats with children from MU's Child Development Lab. MU Nutritional Center for Health (MUNCH) is constructing a restaurant-quality teaching kitchen, which will be available for use by the CDL.
Dr. Jean Parsons, Associate Professor Textile and Apparel Management, came to MU in the fall 2011. Parsons is in charge of the wide-format digital textile printer used in the design and pattern classes she teaches. Photograph by Amy Sanders.
The Department of Architectural Studies had just a few of their many awards on display, along with multiple examples of their students’ work, during their re-accreditation process in 2012.
Dr. Cynthia Reeser, Assistant Teaching Professor, HDFS, has integrated e-Learning technologies into her course Human Development Across the Life Span. Technologies include clickers, publisher courseware, video, and lecture capture.
The annual Personal Finance Symposium, hosted by the Department of Personal Financial Planning, is a great opportunity for students to interact with financial industry leaders.
Real World Experience
The Building Technology Lab is a creative sanctuary for students who wish to design/build.
Exercise Physiology Lab provides hands on experience for student to learn exercise testing.
SSW Field Work is a major curriculum area in social work, utilizing experience-centered learning as its primary instructional method.
The Missouri Historic Costume and Textile Collection houses over 5,500 items, ranging in date from the 16th century to the end of the 20th century.
The iLab is a multi-screen virtual reality facility to support 3-d visualization and tele-collaboration using a desktop-VR approach.
The Child Development Lab is an educational setting for children and a teaching and research laboratory for students, faculty and staff.
The Office for Financial Success provides one-on-one financial counseling, as well as group workshops and seminars.
The Textile Production Lab is a state-of-the-art computer-based center that showcases equipment and software used in the sewn products industry.