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Wall Street Journal names MBU 7th top school for inspiration

This year, Missouri Baptist University was named the 7th top university for inspiration by peers. The ranking was published in The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education’s top U.S. college rankings lists for 2018. The survey asked students across the … Learn More

Women in communications panel to launch 2017-2018 MBU Media Talk series

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Cardinals VP Set to Launch MBU Media Talk Series

Ron Watermon, St. Louis Cardinals’ vice-president of communications, will launch the 2016-2017 Missouri Baptist University Media Talk Series on Nov. 8. The free speaker series event will take place in the Don and Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Performance Hall of MBU’s … Learn More

St. Louis Police Chief Featured Speaker at MBU Spring Media Talk

St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson will continue the 2015-2016 Missouri Baptist University Media Talk Series as the featured speaker on Feb. 23. The free speaker series event will take place in the Don and Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Performance Hall … Learn More

Our City

Continuing a legacy of light and hope in the city we call home. Once described as the London of the American West, St. Louis has more recently been crowned a city of hope and hurt. St. Louis was filled with … Learn More

MBU Launches Enhanced Mobap.edu

Welcome to the newest version of mobap.edu. Throughout the past months, we’ve analyzed the site, and made improvements to better serve the users—especially you. The most significant change to mobap.edu is the homepage; the skeleton and navigation of the site remains largely … Learn More

In Wonder

An MBU Professor finds and shares Christ through the field of plant science Shayani Pieris knows plants. Surrounded by exotic plants from Egypt, Israel and Jordan, the MBU plant science professor can name them all—and note their biblical significance. The … Learn More

XYZ: The Three Generations of MBU

The incoming freshman class of 2019 marks a new era in higher education—a generation that can’t recall the turn of the millennium. This undeniably digital-native generation, dubbed Generation Z, joins those belonging to Generations X and Y, rounding out a … Learn More

1964–1980: Generation X

Paul Ngwenya | Healthcare Management Here’s to Generation X: The Latchkey kids grown-up and now fiercely independent. A generation with grit, tenacity and passion for success, but often overlooked. The white picket fences of their parents faded away, but they … Learn More

1981–1995: Generation Y

Generation Y has been the face of magazine covers, a topic in more than 2,000 New York Times articles and the focus of countless discussions. Generation Y is the crux of a new era. Also called millennials, this generation was … Learn More

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