The presentation addressed achievements in a wide range of fields like medicine and education in helping the broader community.
College of Engineering alumnus donates $6 million gift for development of NextGen Precision Health Institute
Jim Fitterling’s gift will go toward the construction of a multidisciplinary research center that seeks to develop healthcare breakthroughs for the state of Missouri and beyond.
Jim Pace, who graduated in 1965, created a fund to strengthen business practices at MU.
Approximately $25 million will be reallocated for scholarships, employee performance and promotion raises, research supports which included new center of excellence, faculty retention and support for the Artist-in-Residence program.
MU has had a 180-year history with the U.S. military.
During Chancellor Cartwright’s public address, he elaborated on previously announced initiatives, announced new ROTC scholarship opportunities and introduced new members of the Tiger family.
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.