The Maneater’s recent editorial mischaracterized the nature of The Mizzou Advantage initiative.
Representing all faculty members and improving all areas of MU academics should be the future provost’s main goals.
The task force’s three-month study estimated 16.4 percent of dining hall food is wasted.
The green roof would enhance the drainage capabilities of Rollins.
Researchers monitored social media to supplement data collected through an online survey about family life with dogs.
The class is taught by a Mizzou Advantage fellow, who aims to increase MU’s visibility and stature in higher education and to strengthen the quality of faculty and students.
All the new positions will be filled in about five years.
A total of 38 proposals were funded.
The contribution is in preparation for cuts in state funding.
The venture looks to increase inter-departmental communication and jump-start new projects.
The compost program would pertain to two Mizzou Advantage initiatives.
More than $900,000 in grants have been awarded for networking and research.
The new initiative hopes to unite MU with other institutions.
The program aims to make MU more competitive on a national scale.
The lounge will be located in the Reynolds Alumni Center.
One possibility for the lounge is in Reynolds Alumni Center.