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.
The statements will allow the public and other MU schools and colleges see what is being done to enhance diversity.
The president of the private college received a $500,000 check from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, with a commitment for a second gift of $500,000.
The council recommended that the institute be returned to its previous state until an audit is completed.
On Saturday, museum-goers will be encouraged to slow down at the third annual Slow Art Day at the Museum of Art and Archeology. The event is being held from noon until 2 p.m.
MU faculty members earn less than most of their colleagues at other public institutions that are part of the Association of American Universities.
Missouri senators gave final approval Thursday to a bill changing the name of Linn State Technical College to the State Technical College of Missouri.
On Wednesday afternoon at a conference called “Angels in Performance: Documenting LGBTQ Lives in Theatre and Performance,"MU theater professor David Crespy interviewed Kushner at the Rhynsburger Theatre.
After years of volunteering, research and teaching, associate professor Nathan Means will spend this fall in Uruguay on a Fulbright scholarship. He is the first full-time faculty member to receive a Fulbright while working at Columbia College.
Four teams of students headed by professional chefs competed Wednesday in Iron Chef Mizzou at Bengal Lair at Memorial Union.
Christopher Kelley was found guilty of two federal counts of arson for setting fire to MU's Ellis Library and a Stephens College building in 2011. Kelley could face up to 20 years in prison for the crimes.
The May 2011 tornado destroyed housing for university medical students who were training with physicians in southwest Missouri.
The journalists arrived in Columbia as part of a Korea-U.S. Journalists Exchange funded by the U.S. Department of State and coordinated by the East-West Center in Hawaii. They shared their experiences living in and leaving North Korea.
MU received an unrestricted gift of $2 million from car rental company Enterprise Holdings. This gift will be used to support sustainability research and education at MU.
The first part of Kushner's "Angels in America" will be performed Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights this week and next week at the Rhynsburger Theatre. A free reading of the second part of the play is scheduled for Sunday afternoon.
The education bill removes the designation of Missouri Southern as a "statewide institution of international and global education."