House Bill 22, released on Friday, includes only $31 million of University of Missouri System requests for funding from the federal stimulus.
More than $341 million of UM requests would have been for MU, its extension programs and other facilities located in Columbia, such as those under MU Health Care.
AmerenUE suspended its plans Thursday to build an estimated $6 billion nuclear power plant in Callaway County, citing a filibuster in the Missouri Senate and the economic downturn as reasons for halting the project.
A screening of "Rwanda 94" is scheduled for Sunday night, followed by a question-and-answer session with the filmmakers on Monday.
An online crafts group will be exhibiting its goods for the first time Sunday at Columbia's Earth Day Festival. Several members of the group, Missouri Etsy-Centrics, practice sustainable art.
University presidents in Missouri, as well as campus police, are all against legislation that would allow concealed weapons on campus, while supporters of the bill stand their ground.
Texas oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens advocated for weaning the U.S. from foreign oil by using alternative energy such as wind power and natural gas.
The inaugural summit, which starts Wednesday, will include other energy leaders and has drawn 800 reservations.
All divisions were asked in January to prune $5.2 million in nonpayroll items such as travel, equipment and supplies this fiscal year. In the end, the cuts will save the university $100,000 more than requested.
Abdullahi Ibrahim, a history professor at MU for the last 15 years, wants to be the next president of Sudan. He must first gain approval to terminate his MU contract before taking on the task of running for office in the war-ravaged African country.
Stephens College has selected Dianne Lynch, a dean at New York's Ithaca College, as its next president. She describes herself as a student-centered faculty member and has received a warm reception at Stephens.
University Catering opened the Outdoor Soup and Sandwich Café for students, faculty and staff on March 4. It is open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Carnahan Quad in between Hulston Hall and Reynolds Alumni Center.
A North Carolina State University research team is designing a new hospital gown, one that is less revealing than ones currently used.
More than 300 entries competed in five categories.
Sheila Walker, a guest lecturer at MU on Friday, conducted two years of ethnographic research in Los Angeles County on how African-American girls form their identity.
At a town-hall style meeting at University of Missouri-St. Louis, Vice President Joe Biden said the adminstration will explore ways to make higher education more affordable, possibly with low-interest loans against 529s and by extending tax credits.
One of MU power plant's six boilers will be replaced with a biomass boiler. The replacement project will cost $62 million and be funded from bonds and, possibly, stimulus money.
MU's Division of Information Technology is updating the e-mail systems for students and faculty, with a goal of finishing by early summer. The upgrade is standard but will now allow students to keep their e-mail addresses after graduation.
President of Stephens College Wendy Libby was named the Outstanding Higher Education Professional of 2009 by the University of Connecticut's Neag School of Education and Alumni Society.
More than 100 Jewish and non-Jewish individuals gathered Tuesday evening at the Hillel Foundation to participate in the 4th annual Social Justice Seder.
The money would be designated to fund building needs at all two-year and four-year Missouri colleges and universities. The Missouri Senate as well as voters must approve the legislation for it to go into effect. Some critics of the package think the state should avoid increasing its debt.