Industry’s stake in the system is clear: Companies gain the expertise of renowned university experts and the credibility that comes with that. What’s not so clear is how the public benefits.
University research on dicamba, which received scrutiny because of the widespread crop damage it caused in recent years, was funded by service orders.
Women, LGBTQ students and students with disabilities experience sexual assault and sexual harassment at significantly higher rates than MU's overall student population, the latest Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct shows.
The report of a potential sexual assault that occurred at the 400 block of Burnam Avenue is being investigated by MU police, according to a news release sent by the department.
The MU Graduate Psychology Education program received $1.2 million from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration.
MU spokesperson Liz McCune said the university was grateful for both public cooperation and its partnership with the city of Columbia.
MU Alumni were inducted into the Homecoming Hall of Fame on Friday. Inductees included Susan G. Komen, Andy Bryant and Jim Lehrer. The induction is an annual ceremony that has taken place since 2016.
An MU alumnus has donated the money for the NextGen Precision Health Institute, hoping the widespread research collaboration leads to accelerated medical breakthroughs.
State of the University Address focuses on ensuring student success, tackling the world's problems and serving all corners of the state
While acknowledging the importance of hospitals for high-risk births, Brittany Kellman said midwives and birthing centers could provide more adequate perinatal care for a majority of births.
Honorees are journalist Jim Lehrer, Intel chairman Andy Bryant and the late Susan Komen of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Part of an Ellis Library study room is closed after an employee discovered buckling in the floor on Wednesday.
This will be MU's second year participating in Climate Change Theatre Action, an international movement focused on mobilizing theater groups and companies to create performances based on climate change.
MU is formally launching a nationwide search to find a successor to Kevin McDonald, the campus' first vice chancellor in charge of diversity and inclusion.
Students, staff, faculty and the public are invited to the syndicated radio and TV talk shows on MU's quad Friday morning. The shows will feature CAFNR professors and administrators.
MU associate professor of counseling psychology Francisco Sánchez was chosen as an expert for plaintiffs in the hearing on cases which involve workplace discrimination on LGBTQ+ employees.
The shop was a joint idea between the Trulaske College of Business and Kaldi’s to "enhance the student experience" through experiential learning opportunities. Elsewhere, two of the four planned businesses are set for the old Gerbes space in Nifong Shopping Center.
Students who meet MU's admission criteria and earn a community college associate's degree or specified education block will be guaranteed enrollment.
Bill Stackman introduced the council to his priorities for the upcoming year, and the council introduced a new way to hear reports from policy committees.
The consortium will provide researchers with the training and resources needed to validate feasibility of their innovations.
The Panama Papers project was the largest international collaboration between investigative journalists. The reporting has helped recover more than $1.28 billion in back taxes and penalties from offshore financial accounts.
Dean Baquet spoke about topics including New York Times editorial decisions, the future of local news and the changing career pipeline for young journalists.