The public van virtually walk through the show to see a range of works and learn about the MU students who created them.
The longtime Columbia College, Stephens College and MU professor passed away peacefully Feb. 5
MU plans to hold in-person commencement over time: two weekends in May for 2021 graduates and one in April for 2020 grads.
"He paved the way for people who look like me," MU senior Maya Puller said of Kirklin, a renowned plant expert.
The Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication is based at Florida International University.
A sign showing Harlan the dog, a favorite at MU, will show up around campus this week.
A dedication ceremony will take place Wednesday over Zoom.
The second COVID-19 relief package passed in December gave billions to education. Part of that will go to students in need.
MU will consider transcripts, grade point averages, academic course loads, class rank and other factors.
Panelists described the Sharp End, a historic Black business district in downtown Columbia.
The change from an in-person event is meant to help contain the spread of COVID-19, according to the news release.
In-person requirements will be made up later in the semester.
Local teachers say that we shouldn't back away from talking with students about what happened on Jan. 6.
All classes for the day and evening programs, both in-seat and virtual, are canceled.
The $6 million project stems from a partnership between Ranken administrators and Ashland school district and city leaders.
Although departments will be reassigned to other areas of MU, students shouldn't worry about changes to their degree programs.
MU graduate Bailey Synclaire's film "Cusp" won the documentary emerging filmmaker award at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.
A four-page report submitted to University of Missouri President Mun Choi outlines the task force's activities and proposal.
The UM System Board of Curators also gave the green light to hire architects and engineers for MU's indoor practice facility.
Missouri will present a full project proposal for approval in May.
Columbia College Board of Trustees selected Rev. Brag Stagg as the new chair and Helen Dale Coe Simons as the new vice chair.
Long walks on the MKT and peer support have helped students cope with being far from home at a scary time.