The grant, from the U.S. Department of Justice, totals nearly $500,000.
Moody's says the change reflects "improved leadership continuity" and ability to address enrollment, financial issues.
MOJO Ad, MU's student-run advertising agency, presented its semester-long research project Tuesday.
Low wages and an increase in student debt are leading to a loss of veterinarians willing to care for farm livestock.
A double MU alumnus and former professor, Michael Williams is a Kansas City-based lawyer appointed by Gov. Mike Parson.
About 95 University of Missouri students will use their Thanksgiving breaks to donate their time to those in need.
A student club has helped launch companies while training a new generation of investors.
The U.S. News and World Report rankings aren't everything, UM administrators say, but they'd still like to improve them.
A spokesperson from MU said the university would know more soon.
A recruiting team visited MU to gather information from faculty, staff and students about their goals for the new candidate.
Student entrepreneurs pass first test in 'Shark Tank' style innovation contest.
Ruling keeps in place ban that was backed by UM system administration and police chiefs.
MU held two forums Tuesday. Only one student came to voice his opinion during the student-only session.
Education Dean Kathryn Chval said MU's K-12 program head retired. She wouldn't say if a pending lawsuit was a factor.
Faculty, alumni and students voiced concerns, sentimentality and dark humor after the announcement that Pickard Hall is coming down.
University officials have reluctantly decided that MU's third-oldest building, long contaminated by radioactive material from a lab there in the early 1900s, will be demolished.
The new building, which has 41,000 square feet, will aid students and faculty in researching issues like global hunger and drought.
Tiger Pantry has provided more than 230,000 pounds of food. More than 250 people pick up items each month.
The forum will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium in the Memorial Student Union.
The Kinder Foundation announced $10 million gift to support two new degree programs at the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy.
The MU Board of Curators Finance Committee suggested approving student housing and dining rates for the UM System on Tuesday.
The three-year partnership will focus on recruitment, hiring and retention of diverse STEM faculty.