The Missouri Mule Team of the College of Veterinary Medicine was on display Wednesday at Francis Quadrangle. The mules, Tim and Terry, posed for photos with John Dodam, Lynn Barton and Truman the Tiger.
Assistant professor of physics and astronomy Mark Brodwin is one of 29 new members who will join 14 U.S. scientists working on the Euclid mission.
UM System President Tim Wolfe touched on campus strategic plans, growth in online learning and the lessons he's learned in the past year.
Sudarshan Loyalka, curators' professor of nuclear engineering at the MU Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute, answered the Missourian's questions about the latest move by North Korea's new leader, Kim Jong-un.
The MU Police Department's blotter is an excellent way to obtain information and stay up-to-date with recent campus police activity.
A suburban St. Louis couple's donation will honor their family veterinarians, who graduated from MU.
John Kaplan, who was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2008, will visit the Missouri School of Journalism on Monday to show his film, "Not As I Pictured," which documents his battle with cancer.
We asked people who celebrated the Chinese New Year on Saturday at MU to tell us their favorite part of the celebration.
The initiative includes 16 programs, including public health, hospitality management, biomedical sciences and nursing leadership and entrepreneurship.
The team's X-ray source has the potential to alter the way radiation technologies are used in a variety of fields and industries.
The inaugural SEC Symposium features scientists from SEC schools old and new.
The bill would allow counties to share their resources for MU Extension programs by joining to create districts. It would allow those districts to propose property taxes to fund their MU Extension programs.
Gov. Jay Nixon withdrew his appointment of J. Michael Ponder to the governing board of the University of Missouri System on Wednesday night.
Members of the St. Louis chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the MU Muslim Students Organization, the Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation and concerned MU faculty members spoke at a news conference at MU.
About 30 MU academic community members have signed a letter requesting the revocation of Larry James' candidacy for a senior position at the College of Education.
The Joint Committee on Education plans to release a detailed draft Monday at the state Capitol.
Retired Army Col. Larry James, who was a consulting psychologist at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay Detention Center in Cuba, will be interviewed this week for a senior position at MU's College of Education.
Assistant professor of computer science Sriram Chellappan has been a member of the university's faculty since 2008.
The dean of the College of Education called a news conference to say James is still a finalist, and that the selection process will be fair and transparent.
Wolfe discussed record enrollment growth, strategic priorities in his annual address.