The Department of Residential Life is considering a master lease with a private developer for graduate student housing after two complexes close.
The seemingly simple directive is standing out for placing the slightest curtailment on a collective societal march toward sharing every waking moment on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and the like.
Criminal justice professor Barry Langford donated $111,000 to buy classroom technology, support scholarships and fund an award.
Starting this fall, MU Extension and the Center for Leadership and Service will offer students the opportunity to serve on weekend projects throughout the state.
The department's release of the list is unprecedented and comes as the Obama administration seeks to shed greater light on the issue of sexual assault in higher education and how it is being handled.
MU faculty, staff and students provided opinions on what they would like to see in the open provost position to a search firm that will use the suggestions to create a profile. Consultants from a Boston-based firm sought opinions on what the incoming provost's objectives, goals, qualifications and personal qualities should be.
Student poets shared stories about sexual assault and past relationships when they opened for Sister Outsider Poetry on the last day of MU's Pride Month.
The report will help ensure the safety and security of all students, faculty and staff of University of Missouri System campuses, UM President Tim Wolfe said.
Lack of faculty and staff participation and growing freshman enrollment numbers resulted in the discontinuation of the program.
It says the Justice Department will help develop training programs in trauma care for school officers and assess different models for schools to use to adjudicate such cases, since some sexual assault survivors are wary of a legal process.
The technology is in place to divide Boone County into four zones for emergency sirens. "We are just waiting for agreement from the stakeholders," said Martina Pounds, spokeswoman for the county's Office of Emergency Management.
An update of Saturday's fondling incident at MU was released Monday, and campus police are seeking any information regarding the whereabouts of the suspect.
University officials cut the ribbon at MU's Gwynn Hall on Sunday, declaring the building fully operational after a 15-month renovation project.
The Immersive Visualization Lab, or iLab, is welcoming the public to observe how students are experimenting with motion capture technology, interactive 3-D models and virtual reality systems.
Since the 1950s, MU students and faculty members have been continuing to contribute in the plant and social sciences to fight world hunger.
The permanent storage facility is just east of Exit 121 on Interstate 70. The moldy books will be treated in Texas by the property restoration company Belfor.
MU composer Stefan Freund's new oratorio, "The War Amongst Families and Neighbors: The Civil War in Missouri" will premiere Thursday evening in Jesse Auditorium.
Consultants from the Isaacson, Miller firm will meet with MU faculty, staff and students April 30 regarding the search for a new provost. The firm will assess an ideal provost's objectives, qualifications and personal qualities.
The job market is brightening for new grads, but many are settling for jobs outside their fields of study or for less pay than they'd expected or hoped for.
Allegations of product placement in New York's Common Core English tests raise questions about marketing to children.