Columbia College plans to keep its campus at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base open as long as possible, according to a school official. The closing of the base's prison will lead to a decrease in students as well as staff.
MU Extension workshops in food preservation are filling up this year as more people appear to take stock in the quality of their food and the contents of their wallet.
The resignation comes less than a month after a university system performance review gave her low marks for leadership, management, decisiveness and team work.
Philip D. Curtin revolutionized the way scholars think about academic history, most notably for his work analyzing the African slave trade.
MU's Difficult Dialogues program is showing other campuses how to talk about sensitive subjects. “Many controversial issues have multiple sides, and they aren’t just black and white,” says Noor Azizan-Gardner of the MU Chancellor's Diversity Initiative.
The restoration of vandalized monuments at Westminster College is under way, and some graffiti has been removed.
Missouri ranks 43rd nationally for state funding per higher education student but has the sixth-highest rate of graduate degrees per 1,000 residents.
Endearingly called "nerd camp," MSA faces cuts that are potentially devastating. “For some kids, this is their only shot,” says David Welch, director of gifted education for the state.
The conference, held Monday and Tuesday was the first of its kind for the state of Missouri
On Wednesday, the State Board of Education will interview the three candidates — Bert Schulte, Chris Nicastro and Dennis Cheek.
The conference sponsored by the Missouri P-20 Center for Education Policy Research will highlight the use of longitudinal statistics to measure student performance.
The hospital has begun taking steps to notify people who may have been exposed to the worker and testing individuals.
About 3,000 MU students have switched to Outlook Live Webmail since May 26, when the university officially opened access to the new student e-mail system.
MU will use one-time funding toward 'Caring for Missourians' to temporarily advance the number of health care graduates from the university.
An e-mail went out Thursday to hundreds of MU students pursuing a minor in psychology, letting them know they can still get the minor.
Under the pilot program, MU would have had a part-time attorney to represent students in matters related to housing and debt collection. A similar program exists at the University of Kansas.
Pamela Benoit accepted a position as provost at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.
MU undergraduate John Moon is conducting research on hail, which he hopes will help radar systems more accurately predict hailstorms. The National Weather Service and the National Severe Storms Laboratory are both interested in his research.
A task force designed to look at adult technical education in Columbia and Boone County is seeking money. A study group will determine the amount of a proposed sales tax, which would need voter approval, to help offset the cost of adult education programs.
Fifteen French-horn players make up MU's choir. Because the French horn has a four-octave range, a group of just horns can cover all the parts of an ensemble piece.