William Woods University Week of September 16
William Woods University Business professor publishes new book on leadership in a new-age business and industrial world
The concept of leadership according to the needs of new age businesses and industry, has changed. That changing nature of work and transforming work environments require leaders to possess universal sets of competencies, which are the subject of a new book by a member of the Business faculty at William Woods University

Kevin Lay ’07 is latest example of WWU’s prowess in producing K-12 education leaders across Missouri
By all accounts, Owensville (Mo.) High School science teacher Kevin Lay is wildly succeeding in his education career. The 2007 graduate of William Woods University, where he earned his Masters in Education, was recently nominated as Regional Teacher of the Year by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), as well as semi-finalist for State Teacher of the Year.

New academic year kicks off “Triumph Program” partnership between William Woods and Missouri Military Academy
When classes for the fall 2019 semester began at William Woods University (WWU), among the new students on campus included high school students looking to get a jump on their college education through a unique partnership with Missouri Military Academy (MMA).

Events on Campus
Education Day is this Thursday
This Thursday, September 19, is Education Day on the William Woods Campus! Prospective students, their families, friends or high school interest groups will meet with professors from our education department, learn from a panel of education leaders, tour campus, and experience student life by eating lunch in Tucker Dining Hall.

Game Day highlights Exercise Science
Game Day is this Thursday, September 19, on the William Woods campus. Prospective students, their famiies, friends, or high school interest groups will come to campus to discover how to flourish as an Exercise Science major at William Woods University! Students will meet with professors from our Exercise Science department, tour campus, and experience student life by eating lunch in Tucker Dining Hall.


Dorm rooms, trailers, and vans: Navigating Nomadland at any age
Dr. Erik Hillskempe r will talk about the people in Jessica Bruder's book  Nomadland and the challenges they face living in small spaces, then relating it to dorm life and the American college experience. This LEAD event is presented as part of the September One Read program hosted by WWU in conjunction with Daniel Boone Library (Columbia).

Tuesday; 4:00 p.m.; CHP 100; LEAD 1 pt.
Social Media Highlight
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