The Columbia Missourian - Higher Education Sun Feb 25 6:15 AM
The Green Duck Lounge' aims to be more than just a play
The world premiere of the play Wednesday night at the Rhynsburger Theatre included a performance and a panel discussion on racism.
Feb 22 3:45AM Higher Education

The Green Duck Lounge' aims to be more than a play
The world premiere of the play Wednesday night at the Rhynsburger Theatre included a performance and a panel discussion on racism.
Feb 22 3:45AM Higher Education

St. Louis Post Dispatch reporter takes job with UM System
In March, higher education reporter Ashley Jost will begin working as senior adviser for the University of Missouri System.
Feb 21 11:15PM Higher Education

Up to 10 percent of UM core budget hinges on fulfilling state standards
The state Department of Higher Education updated its performance model. Now, legislators are deciding how it will affect colleges and universities.
Feb 21 10:45PM Higher Education

More than a hashtag: 'Me Too' founder Tarana Burke speaks at MU
The founder of the Me Too movement, which went viral in October, challenged MU to change the conversation on sexual assault, especially on campus.
Feb 21 5:00AM Higher Education

Black History Month exhibit showcases black wartime art and literature
The War, Peace and Black Progress exhibit features poetry, woodcut prints and cartoons, and it will be on display in Ellis Library until March 31.
Feb 21 2:15AM Higher Education

Seven things to do on mid-Missouri campuses this week
It's a week of performances celebrating Black History Month, #BlackLivesMatter and Chinese New Year.
Feb 19 10:15PM Higher Education

Indictment hits group linked to false rumors at MU in 2015
The indictment documents corroborate Air Force Lt. Col. Jarred Prier's report in a recent Strategic Studies Quarterly about the Russian social media disinformation campaign.
Feb 16 11:45PM Higher Education

Local dog gets a chance at a new foot, thanks to 3-D printing
Tucker, a three-legged, five-year-old Australian shepherd, is getting a prosthetic foot from the Mizzou 3D Printing Club.
Feb 16 4:00AM Higher Education

Columbia vulnerable to Kremlin fanning flames of 2015 protests
A Kremlin disinformation campaign, which affected the 2016 election, touched down in Columbia to spread rumors about violence, riots, Neo-Nazis and the KKK at MU.
Feb 15 3:15AM Higher Education

Consent may soon be required as part of statewide sexual education curriculum
We want to make sure that everyone in Missouri is getting this education, not just those that can afford a higher education," said Chelsea Spence of the Associated Students of the University of Missouri.
Feb 14 3:17AM Higher Education

Bill would require statewide sex education curriculum to include discussion of consent
We want to make sure that everyone in Missouri is getting this education, not just those that can afford a higher education," said Chelsea Spence of the Associated Students of the University of Missouri.
Feb 14 3:17AM Higher Education

UM non-faculty staffers required to complete performance survey
On Feb. 19, all non-faculty staff and students involved in administrative work are expected to complete a survey about their specific role.
Feb 13 4:00AM Higher Education

MU medical program, other higher ed initiatives could lose all state funding
Department of Higher Education officials offered a department budget that mirrors Eric Greitens' proposal to eliminate all higher education initiative state funding Monday.
Feb 13 12:45AM Higher Education

Career center programs will partner with MACC for college credit
Moberly Area Community College will begin managing curriculum and staff for a select few secondary programs offered by Columbia Area Career Center.
Feb 12 10:30PM Higher Education

Six things to do on mid-Missouri campuses this week
Celebrate Valentine's Day with friends, laugh at an improv comedy show or watch Irish dancing.
Feb 12 7:00PM Higher Education

State board standoff delaying charter school renewals
The State Board of Education's lack of a quorum is holding up school business.
Feb 12 12:45PM Higher Education

Pictures of the Year carries a legacy of excellence into its 75th year
As the Pictures of the Year International contest celebrates its 75th year, it holds on to its history while embracing the future.
Feb 10 12:00PM Higher Education

Kemper Fellowship lecture highlights 'junk food media' diet
Stacey Woelfel, an MU professor, gave a lecture on the imbalance of media consumption in America.
Feb 9 2:00AM Higher Education

House bill would allow faculty to carry weapons as 'campus protection officers
Supporters said the proposal would allow more coordination between law enforcement and campus faculty in the event of a shooting.
Feb 8 1:00AM Higher Education