University of Missouri system curators to meet in Springfield

Thursday, September 23, 2010 | 11:08 a.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — University of Missouri system curators are taking a break from the routine with a meeting Thursday and Friday in Springfield.

The governing board of the Missouri system's four campuses typically meets every two months in either Columbia, Kansas City, Rolla or St. Louis. But the board convenes for the next two days in southwest Missouri's largest city. Two of the nine board members live in or near Springfield.

Curators will consider approval of bond issues for several campus construction projects. They also will discuss the decline in national rankings of the Columbia campus' law school.


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