PHOTO GALLERY: An MU welcome for UM System President Tim Wolfe, family

Monday, February 20, 2012 | 8:57 p.m. CST; updated 9:15 p.m. CST, Monday, February 20, 2012

COLUMBIA — Tim Wolfe and his family met MU faculty and students, as well as Columbia residents, at a reception hosted by MU Chancellor Brady Deaton on Monday in Memorial Union. Wolfe, the new president for the University of Missouri System, took office Feb. 15.


New University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe and MU Chancellor Brady Deaton wait to meet more professors, students and Columbia residents on Monday at Stotler Lounge. The Deatons held the reception in honor of Wolfe having his family in town.
Tyler and Madison Wolfe, Tim Wolfe's twin son and daughter, talk with a guest at a reception for the new University of Missouri System president and his family at Stotler Lounge on Monday. Both Tyler and Madison are juniors at a private high school in Massachusetts and plan on finishing their education there.
New University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe is met by MU faculty and Columbia residents Monday in Stotler Lounge in Memorial Union. Wolfe took office Feb. 15.
Molly Wolfe, wife of Tim Wolfe, shakes hands with Martha Townsend, an associate English professor at MU, on Monday in Stotler Lounge. The Deatons held a welcome reception for Tim Wolfe, the new University of Missouri System President, and his family.

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Ellis Smith February 21, 2012 | 2:20 p.m.

Marvelous. Hopefully President Wolfe won't forget there are three other UM System campuses out there and that their combined enrollment is now more than 50% of the System's enrollment.

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