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Deaton Institute hopes to collaborate with MU in international development

By Covey Eonyak Son

Deaton Institute hopes to work with faculty and students from MU and other UM System universities.

Deaton departs

In Print: Deaton departs

By Crystal Duan

After 24 years as a university faculty member, the chancellor will retire Friday.

Students say goodbye to Brady Deaton

Students say goodbye to Brady Deaton

By Crystal Duan

“I think this is a testament to how many people’s lives you touched, and how many more you will,” Missouri Students Association President Nick Droege said to the chancellor.

In Print: Deaton signs resolution to expand School of Medicine

By Marek Makowski

The university plans to add 300 physicians and 3,500 jobs to the workplace.

First Board of Curators meeting discussed university renovations and financial change

By Crystal Duan

Deaton said the university spends its own resources to provide $55 million annually in work support to MU students.

Blog post: Board of Curators to convene Thursday

Posted to On Campus by Crystal Duan at 12:35 p.m., Sept. 12, 2013

Blog post: New scholarship amounts released

Posted to On Campus by Crystal Duan at 3:29 p.m., Sept. 6, 2013

In Print: Deaton Institute to make impact on international development research

By Crystal Duan

The new institute will focus on food security and social and economic well-being.

Chancellor Brady Deaton to retire

Chancellor Brady Deaton to retire

By Molly Duffy

Deaton will announce a new initiative at Friday's Board of Curators meeting.

In Print: MU hosts meeting of agriculture experts picked by Obama

By Andrew Beasley

The meeting featured presentations on global efforts to combat food insecurity.

Deaton announces $8.3 million athletics donation from Walsworth family

By Jacob Bogage— Last updated 5:26 p.m., Jan. 29, 2013

Money will go towards new golf clubhouse, renovations to Memorial Stadium

Deaton announces $8.3 million athletics donation from Walsworth family

By Jacob Bogage

The money will go toward a new golf clubhouse and renovations to Memorial Stadium

In Print: Deaton calls for more faculty citations

By Jack Howland

MU’s leadership is not properly encouraging increased citations, professor Stephen Montgomery-Smith said.

UM Press’s transition to MU leads to concerns on quality

In Print: UM Press’s transition to MU leads to concerns on quality

By Savannah Kannberg

Faculty Council discusses changes to the UM Press as it moves to MU.

Missouri departs Big 12 for SEC stability

In Print: Missouri departs Big 12 for SEC stability

By Pat Iversen

The school will officially become a member in July of next year.

In Print: Missouri open to leaving Big 12

By Pat Iversen

With the SEC seemingly in mind, MU is preparing to cut ties with its current conference.

Blog post: Deaton to examine conference affiliation options

Posted to On Campus by Caitlin Holland at 7:58 p.m., Oct. 4, 2011

MU hands conference future to Deaton

By Pat Iversen

The MU Board of Curators declined to pledge loyalty to the Big 12 as Deaton stepped down as conference chairman.

Deaton, Big 12 pledge commitment to stability

In Print: Deaton, Big 12 pledge commitment to stability

By Pat Iversen

The league unanimously voted to accept Chuck Neinas as interim commissioner and granted six-year media rights deal.

Texas A&M informs Big 12 of plan to leave conference

In Print: Texas A&M informs Big 12 of plan to leave conference

By Pat Iversen

The Aggies intend to end their Big 12 membership next June and hope to join the Southeastern Conference.

Texas A&M informs Big 12 of plan to leave conference

By Pat Iversen

The Aggies intend to end their Big 12 membership next June and hope to join the Southeastern Conference.

Blog post: Texas A&M denies sending letter of withdrawal to Big 12

Posted to Sports Blog by Pat Iversen at 3:08 p.m., Aug. 30, 2011

 Deaton receives positive evaluation from faculty

Deaton receives positive evaluation from faculty

By Elise Moser

In response to the evaluation, Deaton plans to enhance communication with faculty.

Deaton pulls double duty with university and federal leadership

By Megan Hager

Last month President Barack Obama announced his intention to make Deaton the new chairman.

Blog post: Obama taps Deaton for administrative post

Posted to City, State and Nation by Zach Toombs at 3:34 p.m., April 22, 2011

Faculty review diversity course requirement, grievance policy

Faculty review diversity course requirement, grievance policy

By Jimmy Hibsch

Chancellor Brady Deaton and Budget Director Tim Rooney said faculty salaries were their "No. 1 priority."

Next step in MU's smoke-free policy approaching

In Print: Next step in MU's smoke-free policy approaching

By Dani Kass

The second phase of the policy will designate specific areas for smoking in July.

Confucius Institute brings Chinese culture to MU

Confucius Institute brings Chinese culture to MU

By Kate Grumke

The program pairs MU with Shanghai Normal University.

Three professors receive $10,000 surprise

In Print: Three professors receive $10,000 surprise

By Teddy Nykiel

Two more professors will receive awards later this week.

In Print: 'One Mizzou' set to begin April 7

By Jimmy Hibsch

Events will include signing a "One Mizzou" banner.

Blog post: Deaton offers condolences, support to Japan

Posted to On Campus by Celia Ampel at 11:13 a.m., March 16, 2011

Deaton, curators speak out on search for next UM president

In Print: Deaton, curators speak out on search for next UM president

By Jimmy Hibsch

Five members of the public spoke at the forum.

New lecture series aims to bring in high-profile speakers

In Print: New lecture series aims to bring in high-profile speakers

By Megan Hager

A committee of MU staff and administration will select speakers.

In Print: Police investigate second racially charged graffiti incident

By Jimmy Hibsch

This graffiti message targeted Jewish people.

In Print: Faculty to decide how snow days are made up

By Stephanie Ebbs

Faculty Council Chairwoman Leona Rubin says graduation dates will not change.

Blog post: Deaton says MU will make up for snow days

Posted to On Campus by Jimmy Hibsch at 2:32 p.m., Feb. 3, 2011

Snowed in: Deaton calls snow day for first time since 2006

In Print: Snowed in: Deaton calls snow day for first time since 2006

By Tony Puricelli

This marks the third snow day at MU since 1978.

Faculty set to review Deaton's performance as chancellor

In Print: Faculty set to review Deaton's performance as chancellor

By Stephanie Ebbs

The review was originally scheduled to take place in 2009.

Snowstorm blankets campus but classes go on

In Print: Snowstorm blankets campus but classes go on

By Kristian Mundahl

Classes were last canceled in December 2006.

Editorial: Higher tuition makes MU more desirable, Deaton says

If you follow The Maneater on Twitter, frequent UM system Board of Curators meetings or simply stay up-to-date on Missouri politics, you’ve probably heard ...

Curators: Tuition increase unavoidable

By Jimmy Hibsch

The final decision on a tuition increase will be made at the Jan. 27 meeting at MU.

23 programs scrapped, 7 created as a result of 'low-producing' programs report

By Jimmy Hibsch

Several programs were merged with programs with more graduates.

Nixon opens new autism center in east Columbia

In Print: Nixon opens new autism center in east Columbia

By Wes Duplantier

A new law requires health insurance companies to cover treatments for autism.

Chancellor hears concerns of 'low-producing' programs

Chancellor hears concerns of 'low-producing' programs

By Stephanie Ebbs

Faculty and administration would prefer to define programs as "small" rather than "low-producing".

University drops Faurot Field trespassing charges

In Print: University drops Faurot Field trespassing charges

By Kelly Olejnik

MSA passed a resolution encouraging the dropping of the charges.

Deaton gives update on diversity at MU

In Print: Deaton gives update on diversity at MU

By Jimmy Hibsch

Recent diversity initiatives were highlighted by the panel.

Faculty members discuss curriculum, budget

By Zachary Murdock

The MU budget will require tuition increases across the board.

Guest Column: The Chancellor's welcome

By Brady Deaton, Chancellor

To MU Students: Welcome to Mizzou! On behalf of the entire MU family, I am pleased to welcome you to Missouri's flagship campus, a ...

Analysis: Stability of new Big 12 remains in doubt

In Print: Analysis: Stability of new Big 12 remains in doubt

By Brian Haenchen

MU’s commitment to the conference is sealed with a handshake, not a contract.

Blog post: Texas A&M, OU join Texas in sticking with Big 12

Posted to On Campus by Zach Toombs at 9:21 p.m., June 14, 2010

Blog post: Curators enter special executive session

Posted to On Campus by Zach Toombs at 8:17 p.m., June 13, 2010

Deaton, Alden address Big 12 alignment

Deaton, Alden address Big 12 alignment

By Travis Cornejo and Zach Toombs

The two spoke at a news conference after the Board of Curators' executive session Friday.

In Print: Deaton speaks with faculty on MU's fiscal future

By Mary Novokhovsky

The meeting also touched on intellectual property.

In Print: Deaton discusses diversity, degrees

By Megan Pearl

The meeting uncovered concerns about gender and cultural equalities.

In Print: Deaton takes IncludeMe to UM system

By Jessica Silverman

The change would expand MU's non-discrimination policy.

In Print: Forsee, Deaton speak on university's future, fiscal issues

By Rachel Krause

The Board of Curators also approved new degree programs in film and science.

In Print: Student organizations meet with Deaton

By Courtney B. Wright, Staff Writer

The Associated Students of the University of Missouri held their eighth annual Breakfast with the Chancellor Thursday morning, giving many student organizations the chance to ...

In Print: Deaton among top four candidates for provost

By Paul Wilson, Staff Writer

The MU provost search committee soon will be faced with a multiple choice test: A. A physics professor. B. An ecology professor. C. A law ...