The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri tweeted out Wednesday, November 16 “Thanks Mizzou Team for helping us move 7,000 pounds of fish last night!”
Curious about the status of open leadership positions? Below is a list of searches conducted by the Office of the Provost since Dr. Stokes started in February 2015.
Readers have asked about the women whose photos were featured in the Provost’s March newsletter. Here’s more about their contributions to the university.
The following faculty members have earned tenure or academic promotions this year. Tenure and promotion are the culmination of years of hard work. They reflect a professional's major contributions to her/his field and to the university. Each of the recognized faculty members has reached a significant career milestone.
Reviewing promotion and tenure dossiers is a solemn and challenging responsibility and a great privilege as well. It is inspiring to get an intimate view of the breadth and depth of the accomplishments of our faculty in teaching, research, service, and extension. It is fortunate that these dedicated, gifted scholars have made the University of Missouri their home.
Please recognize these talented individuals for their achievements. Congratulations to each newly tenured or promoted individual for her or his remarkable accomplishments.
The fall semester is underway. Welcome back! For many, this is a time of excitement, energy, and anticipation for what the coming year will bring. I am energized as well; there is much to be accomplished and many good people who will help.
Provost Garnet Stokes meets with Tigers 2-3 p.m. Wednesdays.
New office centralizes discrimination reporting and investigation.
During the 2013-2014 academic year, the Chancellor’s Status of Women Committee (co-chaired by Michael Urban and Jordan Hoyt) and the Status of Women Committee in the College of Arts and Science (chaired by Linda Reeder) independently requested that the campus complete a rigorous, external analysis of faculty salaries on issues related to equity.
MU held its first annual Academic Innovation and Improvement Showcase during the Chairs’ Retreat on August 26, 2014. The intention of the Showcase was to share and recognize innovative efforts occurring within academic units that improve the quality of MU’s teaching, research, outreach, and economic development.
Because the provost's office website has been redesigned, URLs have changed.
Large state universities share multiple missions, which can often collectively compete with scholarship. Politics, accreditation, income and racial disparities, learning outcomes and more place stress on balancing a university’s mission.
Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin met with Faculty Council members publicly for the first time Feb. 13. He answered questions on Renew Mizzou and shared governance, and offered a rough timetable for hiring the next provost.
Information regarding the position and how you can nominate an outstanding candidate or submit your application!