Lunch with an MSU Genius - Code Talking: Shining a light on war-time heroes.

Lunch with an MSU Genius - Code Talking: Shining a light on war-time heroes.
Date and time
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM, May 04, 2022

Join us for "Code Talking: Shining a light on war-time heroes," presented by Dr. Bill Meadows, professor of Anthropology and Native American Studies and author of six books, whose work with native American veterans contributed to the passage of the Code Talker Recognition Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-420) and Congressional Gold Medals for Native American Code Talkers.

The Missouri State University Foundation is excited to host this new series of luncheons designed to showcase  the many types of genius at Missouri State University: from faculty research and initiatives, to award-winning programs developed by staff and to students winning national awards. Attendees will have an opportunity have personal conversation with these geniuses and see first-hand the amazing work and incredible impact they have.

Luncheons will be held in the Turner Family Hospitality Room on the first floor of the Kenneth E. Meyer Alumni Center. Complimentary parking is available in the attached garage off of McDaniel Street. Feel free to arrive any time after 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at approximately 11:30 a.m., followed by the program at noon. All sessions will be offered live via Zoom. Registration required for either in-person and Zoom attendance.

Event sponsor
Tickets are $10 for in-person sessions. Lunch is included. Zoom sessions will be offered. Both attendance methods must register.
Open to public, alumni, faculty, staff