A display of support for MU graduate and gunshot survivor Jasmine-Kay Johnson took place Saturday at her home in Alton, Illinois. Over 50 friends, family and past teachers participated in a parade for the graduate after her several months-long stay in the hospital. On April 8, 2020, Johnson …
Drive-thru testing will continue at the Mizzou North site, 115 Business Loop 70 W.
The university has laid off 186 employees total and furloughed 3,644, according to an MU site that tracks budgetary actions.
In a letter to MU administrators last week, 61 math education scholars criticized removal of the former School of Ed dean.
UM Board of Curators approved a new governing structure Tuesday combining the roles of UM System president and MU chancellor.
At least 400 graduates will share a space Tuesday and Wednesday to take the test, and some are still hoping for a reprieve. That includes Don Quinn, JD '20.
MU laid off eight and furloughed 36 employees this week, but retained around 250 custodial positions for the next year.
Brenda Lohman, chair and professor of the Department of Human Development and Family Science, will serve in the interim role.
Faculty challenged the interim chancellor on what they called "public targeting" of faculty and staff who publicly dissent.
MU says the cost-saving measure could have saved up to $3 million but would have meant hundreds of layoffs.
MU leaders addressed questions on reopening from students and parents Wednesday in the second of two virtual town halls.
The scholarship reduction notice comes weeks after Gov. Mike Parson restricted almost $450 million from the 2021 budget.
MU administrators addressed questions about the university's fall reopening plans in a virtual town hall Tuesday.
MU Faculty Council plans to discuss the proposal to combine the roles of MU chancellor and UM System president Thursday.
Columbia College announced its campus reopening plan for the fall semester.
Even if students return, the pandemic is still expected to reduce spending and revenues.
President Dianne Lynch says the school tried hard to avoid the cuts, but the impact of the coronavirus pandemic was too great.
MU continued to lay off and furlough campus employees this week as COVID-19 has forced a budget crunch.
MU leaders outlined initiatives and policy changes while fielding questions on recent campus issues on race and equity.
The ICE directive would have forced international students to leave the U.S. if they were enrolled in online courses only.
MU College of Education faculty criticized the removal of Kathryn Chval as dean in a meeting with campus leaders Tuesday.
MU has laid off 165 total employees as the UM System faces over $85 million in total state cuts since March.