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Skipping the turkey: Mizzou students to spend Thanksgiving break volunteering

Nov. 15, 2018

For most college students, Thanksgiving break is a time to go home and recharge before the end of the semester. More than 80 University of Missouri students had a different idea and will be hitting the road for a week of volunteer service. Eighty four Mizzou students with Mizzou Alternative Breaks, a student-led program, will spend their break from college in ten communities across the country, working on community service projects from New Mexico to Maryland.  Full Story
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Teacher training program can help children regulate their emotions, MU study finds

Researchers find that the program also helps students become more socially competent, which can lead to academic success

Nov. 14, 2018

Researchers at the University of Missouri have found that when teachers participated in a training program focused on pro-social classroom behavior, their students became more socially competent and better able to regulate their emotions than students in classrooms without trained teachers.  Full Story
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