Enhanced recruiting strategies, more high school graduates, and the success of MU's football team are credited with a rise in applicants.
A year after the City Council approved an amendment requiring fraternities and sororities to install sprinkler systems by the end of 2012, the city’s building commission is pushing for a repeal.
Gary Forsee's hiring was already old news when the announcement was finally made.
The social networking site has become a big part of how college students keep in touch, waste time and have fun. But more important, perhaps, it has also developed into a powerful platform for them to broadcast — or shape — their personas.
Forsee’s corporate skills and background led the Board of Curators to name him as the UM System’s 22nd president on Thursday.
A timeline covers the events that began with Elson Floyd's surprise resignation and ended Thursday with the hiring of Gary Forsee as the UM System's 22nd President.
The new president said he has a lot to learn about running a system of large, public universities, but he is confident his skills in the corporate world will help him succeed.
Former Sprint Nextel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Gary Forsee is the four-campus system’s new president.
In an unanimous vote, university curators on Thursday picked Forsee, 57, to become the university system’s 22nd president.
News reports say that former CEO Forsee will become the 22nd president of the UM system Thursday afternoon.
MU’s Winter Commencement ceremonies will take place Friday through Sunday at various locations around campus.
The average salary increase for 1,332 full-time professors at MU this year was 4.61 percent, a Missourian analysis of salary data shows.
Monday finals at MU are still on for now, but a final decision won't be made until early Monday morning.
The Missouri School of Journalism announced plans for a center for photojournalism that will enhance photojournalism studies and create an online Missouri Photojournalism Archive.
MU can now call itself the “University of Missouri” but only for fundraising, recruiting and intercollegiate athletics.
MU medical school and other researchers have turned to mannequins and in vitro joints instead of live animals for practice.
The potential hiring of a former telecommunications executive as the next University of Missouri System president has some faculty worried that the finalist lacks the necessary experience in academia.
The governor met privately Tuesday with Gary Forsee, former chief executive officer of Sprint Nextel Corp., about Forsee's possible selection as the next president of the University of Missouri. The Board of Curators is scheduled to meet in Kansas City next week.
The search for the next University of Missouri System president is down to a single finalist.
The sciences have always been historically male-dominated, especially for science faculty. The Mizzou ADVANCE grant program is working to educate others and research the issue.