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President’s List Spring 2022

In recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement, the following undergraduate students were placed on the President’s List for the Spring 2022 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, students had to complete at least 8 credit hours at Cox College and earn a 3.50 GPA or greater. Congratulations from the staff and faculty of Cox…

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Cox College Chronicle | April 2022

This is your annual reminder that April showers bring May flowers! All of the hard work you are putting in is about to come to fruition. It might be hard to see right now, but the end is in sight. You got this. Keep going!   Good news for the BSN program The BSN program…

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Cox College Chronicle | March 2022

Faculty members receiving promotions Congratulations to the following faculty members who have been promoted for the 2022-2023 academic year! Dustin Cox was promoted from Assistant Professor to Full Professor Daniel Edwards was promoted from Instructor to Associate Professor Michelle Jackson was promoted from Assistant Professor to Full Professor Michelle Jacobs was promoted from Assistant Professor…

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Mindful Eating

This article was written by Melanie Nissen & Alexandra Tobaben: first-year graduate students in Cox College’s Nutrition Diagnostics Masters program and Dietetic Internship.   What is mindful eating? “Mindfulness” is being intentional when thinking and acting, especially when it comes to daily practices such as eating, sleeping, working, etc. Specifically, mindful eating taps into a…

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Cox College Chronicle | February 2022

New edition of the Pulse coming soon A brand new edition of The Pulse Magazine will be arriving in your mailbox soon! The Pulse Magazine is a comprehensive view of what’s been happening at Cox College over the last few months. The content includes student stories, engaging articles, and updates about our alumni in the…

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Red Meat: to eat or not to eat?

What’s the issue? The consumption of red meat has been a controversial topic for many people. Red meat is the star of the show in many common American dishes, as meats such as beef and pork are in a large portion of meat-based foods and processed meats. These foods hold many vitamins and minerals that…

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Cox College Chronicle | January 2022

New employees A new semester usually means new faces at Cox College! This semester is no different. Our new team members include Andrew Adams – Senior Billing Specialist, Macee Curtis – Administrative Assistant, Justin Davidson – Business Analyst, and Tricia Remelius – Faculty Support Specialist. Welcome, everyone! We’re glad you’re here. Simulation Center Renovation The…

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CoxHealth seeking temporary help with latest COVID-19 surge

As COVID-19 numbers rise in southwest Missouri, CoxHealth is seeking temporary assistance from Cox College students in various support positions. According to a press release from CoxHealth, temporary opportunities are available at every level. The roles will offer the chance to get paid experience in health care while filling critical clinical and non-clinical support positions….

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Dean’s List Fall 2021

In recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement, the following undergraduate students were placed on the Dean’s List for the Fall 2021 semester. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students had to complete at least 8 credit hours at Cox College and earn a 3.50 GPA or greater. Congratulations from the staff and faculty of Cox…

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Cox College Chronicle | December 2021

The calendar may just be words and numbers on a page, but it always feels good to hit the reset button and turn to the next chapter. The new year provides an opportunity to take stock of what happened in the previous year and make adjustments. We wish you the best in whatever you’re striving…

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