Washington Post article on Poland's Elections by Dr. Mary Stegmaier

Dr. Mary Stegmaier, Interim Vice Provost for International Programs and Associate Professor, Truman School of Public Affairs, co-wrote a Washington Post article on the upcoming election in Poland.

NIH to fund hubs to accelerate development of biomedical health technologies

The National Institutes of Health has awarded $20 million to fund five additional hubs designed to speed up the translation of biomedical discoveries into commercially viable diagnostics, devices, therapeutics, and tools to improve patient care and enhance health. The newly…

Curators' Distinguished Professors Announced

At the September 26th meeting, the Board of Curators selected the MU Curators’ Distinguished Professors for their contributions through teaching, research and engagement: Curators’ Distinguished Professor: Alexander Koldobsky, Mathematics Curators’ Distinguished Professor: Arthur G. Suits, Chemistry Curators’ Distinguished…

MU’s Department of Occupational Therapy Receives Two Grants from National Institute of Health

MU’s Department of Occupational Therapy has been awarded two research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which are the first from that agency in its department history. The first project is titled, Development and Acceptability of an Ambient…

MU Team to Develop Research Pipeline for UM System

At the beginning of the school year, University of Missouri System President Mun Choi announced a series of investments in research and creative works that will help the system’s four universities achieve excellence through innovation. Many of those innovations will…

Provost's and Chancellor's Awards Announced

The 2019 Provost’s Award recipients are: Provost’s Award for Leadership in International Education: Sheena Greitens, Political Science Provost’s Award for University Citizenship – Leadership: Elisa Glick, English Provost’s Award for University Citizenship – Service: Tina Bloom, School of…

MU invited by AAU to participate in career readiness pilot program for graduate students

Interdisciplinary project will support STEM, humanities and social science doctoral students as they prepare to enter workforce…

Truman School Director Elected National Academy of Public Administration Fellow

Dr. Lael Keiser, Director of the Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs, has been elected as a 2019 Fellow with the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). NAPA offers non-partisan assistance to government leaders in addressing public administration challenges.

UM/UWC Faculty Exchange Program Awards Announced

Professor Priscilla Baker and Dr. Ashwil Klein of the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in Cape Town, South Africa and Professor Katina Bitsicas and Dr. Candace Kuby of the University of Missouri have been chosen for the UM/UWC…

2019-2020 SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellows Selected

The University of Missouri has selected four faculty members for the SEC Academic Leadership Development Program (ALDP) for 2019-2020. Each of the 14 SEC member universities selects two to four SEC ALDP fellows per year for a one-year program. Participants…

New Faculty Orientation

New Faculty Orientation takes place August 8-9 this year in Memorial Union North.   Click here for a link to the schedule as a downloadable PDF.

Missouri Senior Recognized with National Gracie Award

Missouri School of Journalism senior Madison Lawson of St. Peters, Missouri, is being honored with a national Gracie Award, which recognizes “exemplary programming created by, for and about women” in digital and broadcast media.

Resource Allocation Model Discussions

    Please join Chancellor Alexander Cartwright, Vice Chancellor for Finance Rhonda Gibler, and Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Latha Ramchand as they discuss the new resource allocation model that will guide the financial planning process…

A&S Scholars Awarded Prestigious Partnerships

Four faculty researchers in the College of Arts and Science have received national fellowships this semester, allowing them to concentrate on their research projects and publications in collaboration with other researchers and scholars in their fields.

School of Medicine Announcement

  Dear Faculty, Staff and Students,   Patrice “Patrick” Delafontaine is stepping down from his position as Dean of the School of Medicine effective March 31, 2019, to take a position at another institution. We appreciate all the work that…

College of Education professor awarded 2019 Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

MU School of Music professor awarded 2019 Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

Three MU professors awarded 2019 Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence

2018 Bond International Scholar Award recipients announced

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