The degrees include 4,218 bachelor’s degrees, 1,043 master’s degrees, 278 doctorates, 126 law degrees, 36 education specialist degrees, 99 medical degrees and 102 veterinary medicine degrees.
One hundred hours of preparation paid off with a $7,500 group scholarship for the MU team's presentation on how to improve health care for patients with COPD.
About 200 people gathered Saturday morning at Missouri United Methodist Church to remember the life and legacy of Arvarh Strickland, MU's first African-American professor.
At Stephens College's commencement Saturday, 148 students received bachelor's degrees. Earlier, 59 students received master's degrees and four received post-graduate degrees.
The Missouri College Advising Corps operates in high schools with a large number of low-income students and guides them on the path of a college education.
The Assistance League of Mid-Missouri has provided 69 students with scholarships over the past eight years.
Before applying for college, Alex Clayton had only four months of dance training in his pocket. Now, he is about to graduate from the Stephens College dance department and take the next step toward his dream.
Guy Horton, a retired UM System employee of 25 years, died Tuesday, April 30, 2013. He was 80.
The program would be targeted at students and faculty who are considered at a "high-risk" for contracting tuberculosis.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, blocked the Senate vote Thursday. He said the legislature should spend more time studying the effects of the proposed higher education funding formula before voting.
Arvarh Strickland was a force for change at MU and in Columbia. The first black professor at MU and a lifelong advocate for minority hiring in higher education died Tuesday morning at age 82.
For 42 of the past 43 years, history professor Steven Watts has been at MU, where he received both his bachelor's and doctoral degrees in history.
MU's chapter of the fraternity is known to hold the largest single-chapter philanthropic event in the nation, according the chapter's website.
The free event will take place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Launer Auditorium. For those who cannot attend, the panel will be streamed live on a website hosted by the college.
Foster dogs Gertie and Maude will be ready for adoption after Stephens College's production of "Legally Blonde: The Musical" wraps up Friday evening.
Actress Dawn Wells, alumna of Stephens College, visited her alma mater Monday while filming a documentary for the 50th anniversary of "Gilligan's Island," where she played Mary Ann Summers.
The annual forum updates the public on the progress of the goals of "One Mizzou: 2020 Vision for Excellence."
"Ravish and Mayhem," a composition by MU graduate Stephanie Berg, will be performed by the St. Louis Symphony next season.
The Missouri Senate, in an effort to encourage college students to graduate on time, is considering a bill that would require students continuously enroll for a certain number of credit hours each semester to continue receiving state aid.
Moberly Area Community College has told its part-time professors that they will have a six-credit teaching limit this summer and a nine-credit limit in the fall semester.