The Missouri School of Journalism will take steps today to formalize its agreement to send about 50 students to Beijing to work as interns/volunteers at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
Gov. Matt Blunt released recommendations Tuesday from his Missouri Campus Security Task Force, which will be used to improve campus security across Missouri.
University of Missouri System curators now plan to interview presidential finalists at least twice before making a job offer — a precaution seemingly designed to avoid being spurned by candidates who get cold feet.
Created in the wake of the Virginia Tech shootings, the group recommends that all students receive emergency training.
MU's 2007 enrollment increase is the smallest in years despite record number of freshmen and an increased retention rate.
Many new international students have to make adjustments after they land in Columbia. And their numbers are growing.
Zack Odem, a first-year graduate student at MU, has hopes of becoming an executive at a major company.
As new residents and returning students move into their rented duplexes, homes and apartments, dealing with landlords and the legal issues can cause major headaches. They become even worse when citizens are unaware of their rights as tenants.
The MU Research Reactor Center celebrated the addition of a new cyclotron facility Wednesday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
On Thursday, MU opened the doors of the newly renovated Hatch and McDavid residence halls. University staff, students and parents toured the revamped halls and dorm rooms and glimpsed a vision for dorm living for coming generations of students.
As a University of Missouri curator, David Wasinger has sworn to uphold affirmative action laws in hiring and admissions at the system’s four campuses.
As a private attorney, Wasinger and a colleague are aiding the effort to persuade voters in 2008 to dismantle racial and gender preferences in public employment, contracting and education.
The president of Stephens College stressed the impact a vibrant airport in Columbia would have on the city and its colleges and universities on Wednesday.
Last Thursday morning, the atrium floor of MU's Bond Life Sciences Center was covered with bright, thin spirals and rings of rolled, brushed aluminum.
A restoration of The Shack is included in the plans for the expansion of Brady Commons. But these students might not even realize The Shack dates back to before many of their grandparents were even born.
According to an audit released Wednesday, Missouri’s four-year public universities are a bargain for some out-of-state students when compared with nearby states.
MU’s School of Medicine is extending a helping hand to Pettis County by providing medical examiner services. Pettis County will pay MU $15,000 through Dec. 31, 2008 for the services.
An MU summer workshop for minority students was opened to all students after a lawsuit accused the Dow Jones-sponsored program of racial discrimination.
The Board of Curators is scheduled to interview UM System presidential candidates Thursday in St. Louis.
MU running back Tony Temple bruised his right knee at Tuesday's practice. He is listed as day-to-day and will miss Wednesday's practice.
Every year there are more and more American students receiving post-secondary education. Between 1995 and fall 2004, there was a 20 percent increase in the number of students enrolled in U.S. colleges, according to the U.S. Department of Education.