Continuing education, seminars and courses
Montgomery County High School teacher Sara Johnson and Wellsville-Middletown High School agriculture teacher Samantha Foster tour the MU power plant during the Energy in the Classroom workshop.
Two Osher Lifelong Learning Institute courses, Researching Your Family History and Travels With Sharon (Kinden) will be available at Hickory, Clark, Butler, Stone, Grundy and Boone counties. Register today.
Grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will provide scholarship opportunities for students studying animal cruelty investigation at the MU Extension Law Enforcement Training Institute.
The guide comes in two versions, a colorful version for use on computers and tablets and a white paper background version for printing.
In today's nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, registered nurses are often called upon to serve not just as clinicians, but as leaders and managers as well. Watch the video.
Included in the nearly 3,000 professional nurses served by MU Nursing Outreach in 2010-11, were residents of 79 counties, as well as the 12 other states.
instructor Dean Martin monitors the progress of a fire in a burn cell simulation. MU Extension celebrates the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Fire and Rescue Training Institute. Watch the video.
University of Missouri Extension provides basic and advanced training to members of law enforcement. More than 800 students from Missouri and 32 other states are served by the Law Enforcement Training Institute.
Professional development events