Among other demands, the new bill calls for increased transparency and a revamped approach to COVID-19 on campus.
The UM administration oversees operations on all four campuses, while the MU administration oversees operations and academics at MU.
A new partnership with Cengage and updated housing and dining rates headlined the November board meeting.
University officials wait for questions to be addressed by rental scooter company.
Provost Garnett Stokes: “I have every confidence that he will work effectively with CAFNR’s internal and external constituents and with my office as well.”
Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Pelema Morrice: “I have been at many different places, and I am looking forward to building a good community and help the university grow.”
The faculty fellows will work in three roles: faculty development, academic programs and academic personnel.
While interim Chancellor Hank Foley and interim UM System President Mike Middleton make the same amount of money as those who came immediately before them, their contracts vary in page length and formality.
From a fired professor to a leaked confidential letter, MU ended up in some bizarre situations this year.
It may be hard to have certain conversations, but it’s easier than having the two top administrators resign within 12 hours of each other.
Vice Chancellor of Operations Gary Ward: “We’ve got a dark cloud right now over the institution. We can’t sugarcoat that.”
Interim Chancellor Hank Foley: “In this new role, (Henson) has made significant progress as we work toward a more inclusive and welcoming environment at Mizzou.”
Former curator Fred Hall: “The president has got to be a leader, he’s got to be a person of strong concepts of the role of academia, and he’s got to have an empathy for faculty, students and that sort of thing.”
Former Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin: “If it all works out, then we’ll hopefully be able to move out around the middle-to-late part of April.”
Chval has served as acting dean since September 2015.
After the UM System Board of Curators’ decision to fire the professor, faculty members have questioned their own ability to stand up for students.
Interim Chancellor Hank Foley: “It’s been a learning experience for me.”
Many faculty have questioned his support of Click’s firing by the UM System Board of Curators.
Stephanie Shonekan, black studies department chairwoman, is one of two UM System faculty members on the committee.
Proposed reductions would include cuts to salaries of Melissa Click, her department chair and the College of Arts and Science dean.