Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder signed a bill on Tuesday that allots nearly $31.2 million to assist in needed construction at the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center and Medical Education Center at MU. Kinder also designated about $15 million for the University of Missouri-Kansas City for a new state-of-the-art pharmacy and nursing building.
Westminster College’s board of trustees named George B. Forsythe the 20th president of the Fulton school on Saturday.
The MU School of Medicine is looking for volunteers for an international diabetes study, which is aimed at preventing or delaying the onset of the disease.
An MU professor is working with Eldertech to create fall-sensing flooring technology.
Ruckus.com is being offered to MU students in an attempt to stop illegal file sharing of music.
In a meeting Tuesday night, members of MU’s Cuban American Undergraduate Student Association discussed their feelings about Fidel Castro’s resignation of the Cuban presidency, pointing out that his removal from power will probably have little effect on the Cuban people.
About 19 percent of the campus has signed up for the emergency Mass Notification System so far.
JEFFERSON CITY — Husbands and wives can divorce in Missouri without needing a reason. But abortion opponents want to make it a crime if a man threatens divorce to pressure his wife into an abortion.
The MU Biochemistry Department has been scattered around campus for more than 30 years because it is jointly affiliated with the medical school and the agricultural school. In a $10 million construction project, the department has finally been consolidated.
Gary Forsee laid out portions of his agenda at his first press conference Monday as the 22nd president of the University of Missouri System. The former CEO of Sprint Nextel pledged to be the bridge for both students and faculty between the state’s and nation’s educational and political realms.
MU will offer enology and viticulture emphases in food and plant sciences. It will be the only such program in the Midwest.
The 22nd president of the University of Missouri System, a former Sprint Nextel CEO, will take over for Interim President Gordon H. Lamb.
Students at MU and Stephens College will mark the 10th anniversary of V-Day with benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues. V-Day, a global movement to stop violence against women and girls, is centered on supporting local charities through money raised by shows of The Vagina Monologues and other awareness raising activities.
The job fair for business students is done completely online.
Facebook allows users to indicate if they are single, dating, in an open relationship, engaged, married or “complicated.” Anne Meyer, a psychologist at the MU Counseling Center, sees both benefits and drawbacks in this rapidly evolving form of friendship and intimacy.
Although Jim Joy, director of MU Parking and Transportation, plans to install security cameras in all MU parking structures in the near future, few students are convinced it will curtail crime.
Michael Eric Dyson, author, professor and social critic, spoke to a nearly full audience at Jesse Auditorium on Thursday night to share his views on voting, black culture and other issues pertaining to black people in America.
During a one-hour discussion of the issue on Tuesday, the House Higher Education Committee heard multiple witnesses’ opinions of the controversial House Bill 1315, known as the Emily Brooker Higher Education Sunshine Act.
JEFFERSON CITY — A St. Joseph businesswoman has been picked to help manage the state's student loan authority.
College Goal Sunday is designed to help college-bound students and their parents learn how to fill out financial aid forms, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as FAFSA).