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.
The new president of the Columbia women's college brimmed with questions and interest as she made her way around the campus on Tuesday.
Jack Magruder has been appointed to the Missouri Higher Loan Authority and Timothy Joyce has been appointed to the Missouri Housing Development Commission.
On the eve of her departure as Stephens College president, Wendy Libby and her colleagues look back on the successes of her six years at Stephens.
The annual sale starts at 6 a.m. and goes until noon.
The "Caring for Missourians" program offers money to state universities and community colleges in hopes of alleviating the critical shortage of health care workers. The University of Missouri System would receive $24 million for its campuses.
Sidney Larson's ability to restore old murals and create new ones gave him a reputation as one of Missouri’s most prominent artists, his friends said. He was also known for his 50-year teaching career at Columbia College. Mr. Larson died at his home on Thursday, May 21, 2009.
The troubled economy has hampered the University of Missouri System's efforts to increase the salary of faculty members. Associate professors experienced the greatest salary increase, an average of 7.5 percent, for the 2008-09 academic year.
Under the proposed plan, the University of Missouri System could get $24 million to help instruct an additional 209 medical doctors, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, nurses and other health care professionals.
University of Missouri President Gary Forsee announced Thursday that 22 positions in the system would be eliminated, and these jobs range from lower-level administration to executive vice president.
After a flag-raising ceremony on the college's Bass Commons, the gathering headed to Missouri Hall for the formal opening of the Veterans Service Center, which has been open unofficially since mid-March and is intended to make life easier for veterans, one college official said.
Also for Memorial Day weekend, a group of pilots from Lemoore is in Columbia to participate in the 2009 Salute to Veterans Memorial Day Air Show on Saturday and Sunday.
The Military Recognition Day will feature a ribbon cutting for the college's new Veterans Service Center.
The former University of Missouri System president replaces another interim president at New Mexico State University while the regents continue to search for a permanent replacement.
Governor Nixon addressed the graduates at the MU School of Law Hooding Ceremony.
Ceremonies resumed at MU on Saturday with the Honors Convocation and graduations, such as the Arts and Science Commencement.