Consul General Lacroix visits the University of Missouri
On February 26, Consul General Lacroix visited the University of Missouri campus at Columbia, where he was welcomed by Mary Stegmaier, Interim Vice Provost for International Programs & Associate Professor. The program included tours and discussions with faculty, staff and students of several departments including the French Language Department, the School of Journalism, the Business School and the International Center. Collaboration opportunities and student mobility were at the heart of the exchanges.
Thank you for spending the day Mizzou! We look forward to building a close partnership as we expand opportunities for MU students to study, intern, & research in France," Mary Stegmaier, Interim Vice Provost for International Programs & Associate Professor.
The university was founded in 1839 as the first public institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River. As the state’s largest university, it enrolled more than 30,000 students. There are more than 300,000 MU alumni living worldwide with over one half residing in Missouri. The University of Missouri received its first Nobel Prize in 2018 with Professor Emeritus George P. Smith (chemistry).
"Full day on the beautiful campus of Mizzou to meet with International Center, French Language Department, School of Journalism and Business School. More than 30,000 students to connect with. Thank you Mary Stegmaier for a great program!" Consul General Lacroix.
Photo credit: University of Missouri