Jossalyn Larson

Video: Grading features to use for teaching remotely

Posted by on April 2, 2020

New to Canvas and not sure what features to use? With her expertise in web design and online teaching, Dr. Jossalyn Larson, assistant teaching professor of English and technical communication, gives tips in this video on how she started moving fully online.

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S&T to honor 28 faculty for excellence

Posted by on December 4, 2018

Twenty-eight S&T faculty members will receive awards for excellence and achievement in teaching, research and service at a ceremony tonight (Tuesday, Dec. 4).

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Faculty redesign courses, share experiences in videos

Posted by on September 2, 2017

With mini-grant funding from the Office of Undergraduate Studies and educational technology, faculty members set about transforming a course. These are highlighted in the Center for Educational Research and Teaching Innovation’s (CERTI) Fall 2017 newsletter. The faculty and their projects, featured in five videos are:

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Advisors honored, see pictures online

Posted by on March 7, 2017

Three current advisors of S&T student organizations received awards at a breakfast ceremony hosted by student life on Feb. 16. One advisor was honored posthumously with an award. Check out photos on Missouri S&T’s Flickr account. Nominated by students, the award recipients are:

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Larson examines masculine religiosity in “Sons of Anarchy”

Posted by on March 7, 2017

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Dr. Jossalyn Larson, an assistant professor of English and technical communication, wrote a book chapter for an edited collection on the HBO series “Sons of Anarchy.” In the chapter, “Motorcycle Monasticism: Masculine Religiosity in Sons of Anarchy,” Larson investigates the allure of religious symbolism in motorcycle club culture to determine why men are drawn to the motorcycle club culture’s religious symbology while they are also statistically abandoning other religious institutions. The book, “Gender and Masculinity in Sons of Anarchy,” will be edited by Susan Fanetti and published by McFarland.

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