Reassigned nurses have the necessary education and credentials to handle patients, according to a MU Health Care spokesperson.
One university official says the investigation extends beyond the engineering school.
MU students responded to the university's lack of COVID-19 policies as cases surge.
McGee enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1942 and trained with the Tuskegee Airmen
Pharmacies are out of at-home COVID-19 tests and testing centers are experiencing long lines and wait times
Chung-Ho Lin came to Columbia from Taiwan in 1991. Since then, he's built a home in Missouri and at MU.
After putting it up for sale, MU plans to demolish Mizzou North and keep the land
Two proposals from UM System President Mun Choi were rejected.
A special meeting has been called for Tuesday morning so Board of Curators can discuss current policies.
Sheryl Crow Hall, inside of Jeanne and Rex Sinquefield Music Center, is named for Crow’s support of the building’s fundraising.
Columbia College will hold many classes online to start the spring semester, but will require in-person attendance for labs.
Businesses have been understaffed due to a trend in employees quitting their jobs. How are MU students picking up the slack?
The collaborative effort's discoveries could result in more resilient chickpeas and a greener source of protein.
Rising COVID-19 cases have prompted dozens of universities across the country to switch to online courses.
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra commissioned the piece at the behest of principal hornist Roger Kaza, who is featured.
The free bus system could be a solution for parking woes on campus, but the idea needs an advocate.
Greene is filmmaker-in-chief at MU's Murray Center for Documentary Journalism.
Jewell will start her work at Columbia College on July 1.
Lucy Urlacher has been tuning pianos for 40 years, and her responsibility is making sure MU pianos are in top shape.
The college's nurses pinning ceremony recognized 23 students, including the mother of a previous graduate.
Graduation weekend kicked off at MU on Friday in Columbia with five graduations. The School of Business, Health Professions and Journalism celebrated their respective commencement ceremonies Friday. The College of Arts & Science, Nursing, Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and the H…
More than 1,700 MU students are expected to walk the aisle during fall commencement.