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MU Engagement and Extension to work with Missouri communities on solving economic, education and health issues

The launch of new MU Engagement websites will allow MU and Missouri communities to collaborate to solve economic, education and health matters.

President Choi and Chancellor Cartwright give updates on budget cuts, faculty retention, cost of attendance

The discussion included plans about the provision of new resources for research, salary increases for faculty members and students’ cost of attendance.

MU welcomes two-time Pulitzer winner Larry Price to speak

Price presented photographs of children in Africa and Asia as they engaged in labor for nearly non-existent pay and exposed themselves to hazardous working conditions surrounded by toxins.

Professors break ground in political science, medicine and social interaction this year

Research discoveries, publications and fellowship opportunities show how professors are shaping MU and the world.

Presidential Engagement Fellows to spread UM system research throughout the state

“The plan is to have faculty who are already good at communicating with the public to be out there, but not just in local areas across the entire state,” Angela Speck, professor and director at the MU Department of Physics and Astronomy, said. “Between all of the engagement fellows, we’ll cover every county in the state.”

MU Engagement and Extension to work with Missouri communities on solving economic, education and health issues

The launch of new MU Engagement websites will allow MU and Missouri communities to collaborate to solve economic, education and health matters.

President Choi and Chancellor Cartwright give updates on budget cuts, faculty retention, cost of attendance

The discussion included plans about the provision of new resources for research, salary increases for faculty members and students’ cost of attendance.

Professors break ground in political science, medicine and social interaction this year

Research discoveries, publications and fellowship opportunities show how professors are shaping MU and the world.

MU welcomes two-time Pulitzer winner Larry Price to speak

Price presented photographs of children in Africa and Asia as they engaged in labor for nearly non-existent pay and exposed themselves to hazardous working conditions surrounded by toxins.

Presidential Engagement Fellows to spread UM system research throughout the state

“The plan is to have faculty who are already good at communicating with the public to be out there, but not just in local areas across the entire state,” Angela Speck, professor and director at the MU Department of Physics and Astronomy, said. “Between all of the engagement fellows, we’ll cover every county in the state.”

Professors recognized for accomplishments in research and service

Research advancements and citizenship service recognized through UM System President's Awards.

Bright Flight Promise Program proposed to award more students with higher sums of money, as long as they reside in Missouri after graduation

Bright Flight Promise Program proposed to award more students with higher sums of money, as long as they reside in Missouri after graduation

March for Science - Mid-Missouri holds a panel discussion over issues and triumphs in the fields of research and public policy

Panelists discussed how to continue advocating for science-based policy and how to get involved in the movement.

UM system contributes $5.4 billion to state economy in 2017

Consulting firm Tripp Umbach found that the Columbia campus had a $3.9 billion impact on the state in fiscal 2017.

College of Education hosts workshop on diversity in children’s literature

“Picture books are art,” Angie Zapata, an assistant professor with the College of Education, said.

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