Each of Tim Wolfe's eight predecessors has lived at the presidential home since it was built.
Interest rates, which would be tied to the financial markets, would rise slightly to 3.8 percent for low-income students receiving new subsidized Stafford loans this year but not double as they're scheduled to do July 1.
Don and Audrey Walsworth donated toward upgrades at Memorial Stadium and a new clubhouse for the men's and women's golf teams.
Jeremy Elmore, 29, has been cooking since he was 11 years old. Years of experience helped him win gold at the National Association of College and University Food Services Midwest Regional contest.
President Bruce Speck had two years left on his contract, which was renewed last year.
MU faculty members shared how they will be affected by last week's decision by the UM System Board of Curators to add "sponsored adult dependents" to the list of those eligible to receive some employee benefits.
The job losses are due to cuts in federal health care payments from Medicare.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton will lead the newly christened Brady and Anne Deaton Institute for University Leadership in International Development at MU.
Amy Johnson of the University of Missouri, Kansas City talks about same-sex partner benefits, strategic planning, tuition and building projects.
MU Faculty Council Chairman Harry Tyrer cites the increased goal for the fundraiser For All We Call Mizzou and the continuation of the Chancellor's Fund for Excellence as parts of Brady Deaton's legacy.
Brady Deaton, who has served nearly a decade in the post, announced his retirement Wednesday.
The UM System Board of Curators voted unanimously Thursday evening to extend medical, dental, vision and other benefits to same-sex partners of UM employees if they meet certain criteria.
Kyle Gillespie is a self-taught beatboxer.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton, who said Wednesday he would retire from the position on Nov. 15, took time Thursday to discuss his career and his future plans for working on world food security issues.
Six MU faculty members were among those scheduled to receive awards during a banquet hosted by the University of Missouri System Board of Curators and UM System President Tim Wolfe on Thursday evening.
After Nov. 15, Deaton will serve as chancellor emeritus and focus on MU's international development.
On Wednesday, Brady Deaton announced he will retire in November as MU's chancellor, a position he has held for nine years.
Henry Foley will leave his positions at The Pennsylvania State University to come and fill the newly created post of executive vice president of academic affairs.
Much of the MU community's response online was appreciative of Chancellor Brady Deaton's nine years as chancellor, though there are some who are glad to see him go.
Brady Deaton has served as MU's chancellor since 2004.