Details about criteria for application are still being discussed and might not be finalized until the estate commitment is officially given.
After a car crashed into the historic Conley House, MU's Campus Writing Program is adjusting to the changes caused by the damage.
Three panelists spoke at the "When the State Kills" event Wednesday night, held in advance of the planned Nov. 20 execution of Joseph Franklin.
The meeting will examine ways to expand and replicate "Innovation Campuses," which allow businesses to employ students as apprentices and help pay the cost of their education.
Without his sense of sight to guide him, Michael Hingson remained calm and trusted in his guide dog, Roselle, while the North Tower of the World Trade Center burned and crumbled around him.
A woman was walking near Sanborn Field around 2 a.m. Friday when a man approached her and grabbed her breast. He fled after she resisted.
Study abroad programs are becoming increasingly popular among students traveling to and from the United States.
Universities across Missouri are turning to an old-fashioned advertising technique to draw students from a decreasing college-age population by blanketing the state's highways with billboard ads.
Missouri will buy into the observatory at a 5 percent level, meaning it will have 15 nights for research.
MU honored retiring provost Brian Foster and Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services Jackie Jones Friday night.
A new MU facility, expected to be built within the next five years, will produce isotopes crucial to medical imaging tests.
At "The Soul," a Black Culture Awareness Week event, attendees learned about how the tobacco industry advertises to minority populations, specifically the African-American population.
Gibson was a physical education teacher at Lincoln University in Jefferson City in the early 1950s.
Several politicians and MU officials attested to Deaton's compassionate leadership. He is retiring as chancellor on Nov. 15 after serving nine years.
The plan will attempt to raise MU's ranking in Association of American Universities by recruiting more faculty, bolstering research and planning investments.
For many MU students, repayment of educational loans is little more than a far-off reality to be dealt with after graduation.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton presented a study that explains MU's low rating in the Association of American Universities.
Thanks to a grant from the National Institutes of Health, MU's Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program will be able to continue for another four years. The program has trained 28 scholars since it started.
Brady Deaton retires as chancellor on Nov. 15 but will work with his wife, Anne, at a campus institute focused on food security, water safety and environmental sustainability.
Associated Press correspondent Aye Aye Win has faced danger as a reporter in Myanmar, but she said if she could do everything over again, she would still be a journalist.