The Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is named for the co-founder of the tax preparation company H&R Block.
Saint Louis University is defending a research partnership with a Chinese scientist who is working to develop anti-malaria drugs.
Columbia College's total system-wide enrollment increased from last year. A total of 31,302 students enrolled for the 2013-2014 school year.
Active military members and their spouses and dependents qualify for the new Military Family Member's Opportunity Grant at Columbia College, regardless of whether the military member is affiliated with the university.
MU students headed back to classes and back to finding the balance among academic success, social activities and sleep.
Stankowski Field reopened Monday after three months of construction as university officials plan formal ceremony Thursday.
A partnership between the MU library and a national alliance aims to help with ongoing efforts at digital archiving.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City's Innovation Center will use the money to create something called the University Center Program.
School leaders say the new location will allow students to work closely with the city's expansive legal community and will serve as a recruiting tool in a competitive market.
Jevon Mallory, 18, faces a felony assault charge after Blythe Grupe, 19, says he choked her in a bathroom at the Kirkwood bathroom.
The money will be used for a collaborative clinical effort between the university's nursing, pharmacy, dentistry and social work schools.
MU's Stankowski Field received a bevy of upgrades over the summer including the replacement of its track surface.
Students ring in fall semester at the annual Midnight BBQ at MU.
The candidates will be interviewed over the next few weeks and will participate in public forums while on campus.
Rankings, upgraded facilities, and athletics hires are some of the new changes on campus.
Students at Columbia College start their 2013-14 academic year with the option to pursue degrees in public administration for the first time in the school's history.
Audrey Smith moved into her dorm at MU on Tuesday.
MU’s total repair backlog adds up to $552 million and grows by $22 million each year, said Gary Ward, MU’s associate vice chancellor for facilities.
About 85 percent of students moving in Sunday were planning to join a sorority, Frankie D. Minor, director of the Department of Residential Life, said. The remainder of the students included those from music groups, ROTC and athletic teams.
Deposits from out-of-state students also dropped by 61 this year, but that number is still up 423 from two years ago.