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May. 12, 2019

Faculty Institute for Inclusive Teaching holds forum for instructors

FIIT tries to teach instructors the advantages of having an inclusive classroom, and how to achieve that goal.

Apr. 30, 2019

College of Engineering holds second annual Research Day, shares innovation with campus

This year, the college added a poster competition, featuring topics such as the detection of vocal fatigue, the selective removal of PPCPs and carbon nanotubes in fuel cell catalysis.

Apr. 30, 2019

Reynolds Journalism Institute holds annual tech showcase

Teams from the RJI Student Competition presented their projects, including winner NewSnooze.

Apr. 30, 2019

Bill proposing instatement of new position within RHA passes unanimously

The bill, which was rejected April 22, passed unanimously April 29 after undergoing revision

Apr. 30, 2019

Missouri looks to pass bill allowing concealed carry weapons on campus

House Bill 575 passed the Missouri House of Representatives in early April and is now in the senate. The bill has an amendment sponsored by Rep. Jered Taylor allowing for concealed carry on college campuses in Missouri.

Apr. 30, 2019

Mizzou in Review: On-off relationships, testing glucose levels, political polarization among impactful research this year

This year, MU researchers have developed medical treatments, uncovered trends in social media and studied the effects of on-again, off-again relationships.

Apr. 30, 2019

Mizzou In Review: Top issues of the 2018-2019 school year

MU experienced pressing issues like changes to Greek life policies and six campus closures due to weather

Apr. 30, 2019

Mizzou in Review: Three most influential people of the 2018-2019 school year

Provost Latha Ramchand, Nobel Laureate George Smith and Calving Technologies CEO Libby Martin were among the most influential MU people of the year.

Apr. 30, 2019

MU community members gather to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

Many university employees attended this rally, including representatives from Missouri Jobs with Justice and Coalition of Graduate Workers.

Apr. 30, 2019

Campus Clash brings conservative speakers to MU

Turning Point USA’s event brought conservative commentators Charlie Kirk, Candace Owens and Brandon Tatum, who spoke on issues such as free market policies and climate change.

Apr. 25, 2019

Autism Awareness Month closes with second annual charity walk

The walk, in its second year, is sponsored by MU’s Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

Apr. 21, 2019
Apr. 16, 2019

MSA holds special election, inaugurates new presidential administration

The special election will change the senate’s seating composition.

Apr. 16, 2019

Resolution roundup: Full senate passes virtual student ID resolution, weighs emergency contraceptive support

The resolution pushes for the implementation of virtual student IDs, which Solomon Davis originally supported during the MSA presidential campaign and a larger student health fee in order to provide access to emergency contraceptives on campus.

Apr. 16, 2019

MU researcher looks into political polarization, lack of moderate voices on social media

Michael Kearney developed his own software called rtweet to collect mass amounts of user data from Twitter.

Apr. 16, 2019

MU Sustainability Week spreads importance of sustainability through partnerships with other organizations

Featured events included Thursday’s rally, calling on MU to use more renewable energy and Ecochella Friday night.

Apr. 14, 2019

Board of Curators approves new human environmental sciences degree, hopes to boost retention

The degree will add an emphasis area in family and consumer sciences.

Apr. 14, 2019

First image of black hole revealed, MU astronomy professor gives insight

The Event Horizon Telescope collaboration announced the first image taken of the black hole at the center of M86, an elliptical galaxy that lies 55 million light-years from Earth.

Apr. 13, 2019

Curators approve $30 million project to replace Sinclair School of Nursing building

The project is part of a five-year capital plan for the UM System.

Apr. 13, 2019

MU freshman deposits increase 20.9 percent from previous year

Three leased properties were approved as potential MU housing if needed to house incoming students.

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