Members also want faculty to be involved in any policy decisions governing salary adjustments and contract length.
Donald Gilliam, support specialist and program instructor for the center, announced Friday that he will leave July 30.
The funding will be used to create a partnership program between the Missouri School of Journalism and Report for America.
The scholarship will be awarded for the first time in April to help those majoring in nursing at Columbia College.
MU School of Medicine faculty voiced concerns and questions about salary cuts coming for about 20 tenured professors.
The Las Vegas-based company will provide professional-grade gaming equipment for the Stephens Stars.
New $6.5 million laboratories will research influenza by replicating hot and cold climates.
A fountain near the Student Center and Strickland Hall will become a place for reflection.
The check for $287,050 will benefit fire and rescue programs, as well as others, at MU.
The MU Faculty Council questioned MU's provost about salary cuts looming for certain faculty after productivity reviews.
A task force recommended that a sign or a QR code to access online information be placed by the sculpture on the quad.
MU will cut the salaries of about 20 tenured faculty members in the School of Medicine by 10%-25% after productivity reviews.
The delay provides a window for one more review of policies governing whether freshmen initiates may live in their houses.
Callie Cox of Mexico, Missouri, said her motivation comes from having friends who received diagnoses of disabilities.
MU predicts about 5,000 first-time freshmen will enroll this fall. That's down from 5,318 last year but still seen as strong.
The union for MU campus dining workers maintains workers have lost hours and a new grievance policy leaves them unsupported.
After almost 100 years, Alpha Phi sorority's house was torn down. A new one is supposed to open for 2022 fall recruitment.
Brittany Fatoma came to Columbia to make a difference and improve the community.
The NCAA has granted Missouri the ability to help Reeves raise money for her day-to-day expenses.
If she wins, Ashley Voeller of Hallsville wants to use her platform to champion healthy eating.
Ellis Harrison, who went viral on TikTok, is advocating for justice in the case of a Black man who was shot while jogging.
Starting Tuesday, masks won't be required inside city, county, MU, Stephens College or Columbia College buildings.