Presentations and Tours

Want to find out about MU’s commitment to sustainability and how you can live more sustainability on campus? Want a tour of the Top Ten campus features that make MU one of the Nation’s university leaders in sustainability? Request an Ambassador Presentation and we’ll be there!

Our Featured Presentations

Living Sustainably at MU

Gives an overview of just some of MU’s initiatives that make our campus one of the Nation’s most sustainable universities.

What Color is Your Apple?

An interactive experience which will give you something to think about the next time you reach for an apple! Not recommended for groups of more than 30.


Join us for a rousing discussion following Nourish, a short video that highlights multiple sources of food systems controversy.

Palm Oil?

Palm oil is connected to so many sustainability issues!  From climate change to social justice to …

More Meat! The Rise of CAFOs

This presentation brings to light some of the major controversies surrounding conventional meat production systems.  We address environmental, animal welfare, and human health concerns associated with beef production.

Tigers GRRR!

This is a fun presentation that gets down to the individual, campus and local aspects of sustainability. May be requested alone or combined with The Price is Right activity.

The Plastics

Learn the specifics of various different plastics, what they are used for after you are done with them, and where they end up if we don’t recycle.

Environmental Justice

What does it have to do with you?  Request our presentation and we’ll explain.

Sustainability in Engineering

Sustainability is a concern that effects every field, every person.  Find out how sustainability interacts with the field of engineering.

Have a topic in mind and you don’t see it listed? Ambassadors are happy to present on a topic of your choice.  Just check “other” on the request form and let us know what you would like.

Ambassador Tours

You’ll never look at campus the same way! Meet your Ambassador on the North side of the Student Center near the Bike Share bike racks. Tours are weather dependent.

We are committed to ensuring that our events are accessible to all.  If you have a disability and anticipate barriers to your participation, please contact Amy Eultgen at 573-882-8207