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Amy Johnson’s term expired in January, but the governor has yet to name a replacement.
The firm will have a team of attorneys working on the case and will present its findings in April.
Ponder could be appointed again in the future.
Wolfe thanked the chancellors in advance for reviewing campus policies regarding sexual assault and mental health services.
The deadline for the investigation is April 11, the board’s next meeting.
Wolfe will also be working with campus chancellors to improve how universities deal with mental health, sexual assault.
The resolution seeks the acquisition of $150 million in new money.
Research could help Missouri’s economy as well.
Some say the change mirrors a change in society.
Updates on search will be posted frequently for all to view.
The UM System Board of Curators convened in the Havener Center at the Missouri University of Science and Technology on Thursday. The governing body of ...
Goode is an MU grad and served over forty years in the state legislature.
"it's not about who you exclude — it's about who you include," ASU's president said.
The National Council for Teacher Quality released a report showing MU’s unwillingness to cooperate with its records request.
Faculty Council discusses changes to the UM Press as it moves to MU.
Since announcing plans to phase out the University of Missouri Press in May, UM System President Tim Wolfe has faced backlash for his plan to ...
Nine companies requested students' info from Jan. 1, 2011 to Feb. 21, 2012.
Lottery funds leveraged by Gov. Jay Nixon will help fund the scholarships.
The MU alumnus said taking the position is a “special homecoming” for him and his family.
MU was granted a waiver for this year to raise its tuition 5.5 percent.
The committee is still considering recommendations for the position.
The case was originally dismissed more than a year ago.
Pamela Henrickson, who was appointed Friday, will serve as the board’s second female member.
More than $1 billion was requested from the state to fund projects, many of which have gone unfunded in the past.
The UM System is considering capping enrollment.
Gov. Jay Nixon cut appropriations for the UM System by 8.1 percent.
He will serve on an interim basis until the Senate reconvenes in January.
The board also voted to merge the Governance and Resources and Planning committees.
Donald Cupps was approved by the Senate Gubernatorial Appointments Committee.
Debate about the need for domestic partnership benefits for UM System employees is nothing new. The matter has been discussed for years here at MU ...
ISC will submit three candidates for the next student curator to Gov. Jay Nixon.
The UM System was the first institution in MIssouri to have this waiver approved.
An effort to treat pancreatic cancer with gold nanoparticles is one of these projects.
The committee met for the first time Friday.
Politicians from both sides of the aisle are participating in the caucus.
A forum to gather public opinion on the search will come to MU on March 14.
MU's endowment was above the national average in the year 2009 but did not meet the mark in 2010.
Gov. Jay Nixon appointed three new curators in the past week.
The UM system will also launch a website for interested candidates.
The Board of Curators voted 5-3 in favor of the raise on Friday.
The UM System vice president for finance says a "single digit" tuition increase is the goal.
The curators’ search for the next UM system president starts Thursday.
The UM system Board of Curators will vote on tuition rates next week.
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 ...
The final decision on a tuition increase will be made at the Jan. 27 meeting at MU.
Curators say the search for the university's 23rd president begins immediately.
Missouri state law states that one member of the Board of Curators should come from each congressional district.
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Jim Spain said tuition could rise by as much as nine percent.
Gov. Jay Nixon will appoint four new curators in 2011.
Enrollment grew in 2010, but tuition held steady.
His duties will be delegated among chancellors, vice presidents and the UM system general counsel.
The MSA president will deal with matters involving all UM system universities.
Kelley Stuck will fill the position Nov. 1.
The university had used its previous provider, 3N, since 2007.
The Enterprise Investment Program aims to help start-up companies develop and commercialize intellectual property at MU.
The UM system president addressed the Board of Curators on Friday.
Posted to Live blog: September 2010 Board of Curators meeting by Zachary Murdock at 11:17 a.m., Sept. 24, 2010
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The reform to health care law resulted in expansion of the UM system’s coverage.
Survey results could change employee benefits.
The Missouri legislature will not consider funding changes until 2011.
Forty-five teachers were fired from MoVIP in 2009.
The fee will no longer increase with tuition.
The UM system Board of Curators will make the decision to rename the center after a donor.
Chancellor Brady Deaton also reported to the board on MU's budget.
Posted to Latest entries in Live Blog: April 2010 Board of Curators meeting by Zachary Murdock at 11:15 a.m., April 16, 2010
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The money for higher education will come from managed care providers.
The board also saw results of the UM system employee benefits survey.
The increases would apply to out-of-sate and graduate students.
A $15 million budget cut could jeopardize the system's tuition freeze.
The campaign has not yet reached the UM system Board of Curators.
The bill would enforce random and for-cause tests for UM system employees.
Gov. Jay Nixon proposed cutting scholarships for private school students.
Previous bills failed due to concerns about the students' ability.
CDIS enrolled more than 20,000 students in 2009.
Forsee revealed the program in his State of the University address.