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MU graduate community pushes to bring back the Graduate School
Reinstating the school could make a difference in how administrators support and advocate for students.
Dec 12 12:00PM Higher Education

MU on an international stage: Smith accepts Nobel Prize in Sweden
George Smith, MU Professor Emeritus, accepted his part of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry during Monday's ceremonies in Stockholm, Sweden.
Dec 11 2:45AM Higher Education

MU celebrates 'moment in history' for Nobel Prize winner Smith at watch party
About 120 students, staff and faculty joined together in the Shack to watch a livestream of the Nobel award ceremony broadcast from Stockholm.
Dec 10 7:15PM Higher Education

MU's Special Collections stores, repairs ancient books for today's readers
Rebecca Benson, a librarian for the department, believes reading from older books helps transport people back to the time they were created.
Dec 10 6:00PM Higher Education

Prison education, voter registration student lobbyists' priorities for spring session
A student lobbyist hopes that by freeing up some money from the Department of Corrections, funds could funnel back to the education system, making higher education more affordable and accessible.
Dec 7 12:30AM Higher Education

Symposium focused on the 'Science of Addiction' to be held at MU
Researchers and professionals will speak about the challenges, causes and consequences of addiction from 8 a.m. to 5 p.
Dec 5 10:15PM Higher Education

MU graduate workers still aren't employees, curators argue in new appeal
The UM System Board of Curators filed an appeal last week in response to a June decision that found MU graduate workers are university employees.
Dec 5 5:52PM Higher Education

New freshmen fraternity rules won't be implemented until 2021, MU says
The deadline for proposed changes to freshman Greek housing and six-week new member education programs has been moved to 2021.
Dec 5 1:00AM Higher Education

Students pledge $1.3 million to MU Women's and Children's Hospital
MizzouThon paid off its first pledge to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit totaling $1 million last year.
Dec 4 8:30PM Higher Education

Former presidential adviser to speak at MU about his work under Carter
Stuart Eizenstat held several key positions under both the Carter and Clinton administrations, and details his experiences in his new book, "President Carter: The White House Years.
Dec 3 11:00PM Higher Education

MU business school looks to adapt as MBA enrollments decline nationwide
Enrollment in MU's Crosby MBA program has been declining for years, but two new online programs grew enrollment in the business school's master's degree programs from 2017 to 2018.
Dec 1 12:00PM Higher Education

UM offers buyouts for eligible tenured faculty effective next fall
Full-time and benefit-eligible tenured faculty who are 62 or older with at least five years of service can apply for the payouts.
Nov 30 6:45PM Higher Education

UM wants to chart a new course in research. So it's building a 'game changer.
The UM System plans to open a 275,000-square-foot Translational Precision Medicine Complex in 2021. It will serve as a hub for research on cancer, vascular diseases and neurological disorders.
Nov 30 12:00PM Higher Education

Business through dining: MU students learn different cultural etiquette
The Trulaske College of Business is getting their students ready for the international job market with the International Etiquette Dinner.
Nov 29 12:15AM Higher Education

MU seeks public input on proposed changes to Greek Life policies
The university will hold a forum 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wrench Auditorium in Memorial Student Union, where the public can review the recommended changes.
Nov 28 11:15PM Higher Education

Growing partnership between MU, Moberly college affirmed for another year
MizzouMACC gives students dual enrollment at MU and Moberly Area Community College and puts them "on track to transfer seamlessly," an MACC administrator said.
Nov 28 10:30PM Higher Education

MU encourages campus to watch Nobel Prize ceremony together Dec. 10
MU will host a watch party for Nobel laureate George P. Smith at 9:30 a.m.
Nov 28 9:11PM Higher Education

MU 'closely watching' comments as it reviews proposed Title IX changes
The U.S. Department of Education proposed sweeping changes to the way universities handle sexual assault by restricting cases to campus incidents and bolstering rights of the accused.
Nov 28 8:45PM Higher Education

Bring back the blackboard': MU English's boards are a window into the classroom
MU's English Department is featuring a series of classroom boards on Twitter, showcasing lessons from seminars on science fiction to global African literature.
Nov 27 6:30PM Higher Education