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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

Vice Provost Search – Student Affairs

Follow updates for Vice Provost Search – Student Affairs

New precision medicine procedure fights cancer, advances treatment for pets and humans

MU veterinary oncologists develop a vaccine treatment for osteosarcoma, a common type of bone cancer in dogs, avoiding chemotherapy and opening the door for human clinical trials

Defending against cyberattacks by giving attackers ‘false hope’

MU researchers develop artificial intelligence to quarantine cyberattackers until a more sophisticated defensive strategy can be devised

Board of directors with similar backgrounds can hurt a company’s bottom line

When picking a board of directors, shareholders naturally seek individuals with the best pedigrees—those who attended the best schools and worked at prestigious companies. But it turns out that this strategy can backfire when members of the board share similar backgrounds

New measure of equality reveals a fuller picture of male well-being

Measurement tool acknowledges the challenges men face that researchers say have been underestimated in some countries

KC Scholars, MU, UM System will provide $40 million in scholarships for Kansas City students

Over the next eight years, 800 additional students will receive $10,000 scholarships that can be renewed for up to five years

More than 2,200 graduates to receive degrees from Mizzou

University officials will award an honorary degree to Robert Jones, chancellor of the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

Rethinking school suspensions: School climate offers a clue

Improvements in school climate can reduce suspension rates by 10 percent, MU study finds

Black walnuts contain heart-healthy nutrients that can stave off obesity and cardiovascular disease, MU study finds

Phytosterols harvested from the tree nut have a wide range of other potential uses, including cosmetics and nutritional supplements

Black women in STEM are driving forward—educators need to catch up

MU researcher shares tips on how educators can create inclusive learning environments

Taking the virus out of a mosquito’s bite

MU researchers are getting a deeper understanding how mosquito-borne viruses infect the mosquito - an important step toward eliminating the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases

Faculty Collaborate to Re-envision MU’s Curriculum

A group of University of Missouri faculty from a variety of disciplines spent the first part of the summer rethinking curricula in ways that enhance student success.