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A Conversation With ... Doug Neidigh

SBJ interviews the coalition director of the Ozarks Clean Fuels Coalition and sustainability unit manager of Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute at Missouri State University.

Just west of where the Missouri State University College of Natural and Applied Sciences is transforming Temple Hall into Roy Blunt Hall with a 66,500-square-foot addition, the College of Business is working on an expansion project of its own.

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, education, law and nonprofit.

SBJ’s 24th annual Economic Impact Awards will also present company honors in five categories based on years in business.

Daniel Bumblauskas is tapped for the role following an interim stint by Jack Stack.

Ryan Beard and Beth Cunningham are in line for base salary increases, pending approval this week by the MSU Board of Governors.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, health care, media and services.

Jeff Frederick seeks to boost the university’s community connections.

Joshua Nason is selected to succeed Robert Weddle, who remains a teacher at the Springfield university.

Casey Hunt takes on temporary leadership role, and Brent Dunn is named head of search committee as Kyle Moats heads to EKU.

Edward Walton is scheduled to start as executive director next month.

Kyle Moats has led the Missouri State program since 2009.

In a U.S. presidential election season that brings regular gloomy predictions with the nightly news, projections by area business leaders in the 2024 Economic Growth Series survey are looking up.

Over 300 students have completed workforce development program.

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, education, hospitality and manufacturing.

Joey Hawkins is tapped to succeed longtime leader Keith Guttin, who recently retired.

The Center for Workforce and Student Success is expected to open by fall 2026.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, communications, education, engineering, health care, manufacturing and nonprofit.

With the 2023-24 school year at education institutions wrapping in May, local manufacturers are among industries looking to fill job openings with the newest high school and college graduates.

Guest columnist Kara Wolfe: "There’s lots of sites to see and activities to do in southwest Missouri. So, encourage your friends and relatives to seek and escape here and contribute to our economy."

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