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PHOTO GALLERY: Timothy Wolfe's first day as UM System president

Wednesday, February 15, 2012 | 11:15 a.m. CST; updated 10:19 a.m. CST, Thursday, February 16, 2012

COLUMBIA — Timothy Wolfe's first morning as University of Missouri System president included a media day at University Hall in Columbia.

New University of Missouri System President Timothy Wolfe meets with reporters Wednesday morning during a media day at University Hall.
Timothy Wolfe chats with General Counsel office staff about the tie he decided to wear for his first day as the new University of Missouri System president. Wolfe began work on Wednesday at University Hall.
Timothy Wolfe speaks about his daughter’s groups of friends and how he yells to check up on them during their sleepovers. The Wolfe family is visiting Columbia this weekend.
Steve Owens, former interim University of Missouri System president, laughs when he realizes the door to his office is locked. When asked about Tim Wolfe’s new position, he said, “The board was very thorough. … We look like we are in good hands. I’m very proud of what we got done last year.”

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