Chancellor’s Update: May 10, 2018
Featured this week: Summer plans, a farewell to graduating seniors and #MizzouMade students Shahrukh Naseer, Truman Kinsey, and Kylie Magar show their unyielding commitment to Mizzou football.
Chancellor’s Update: May 4, 2018
Featured this week: MU faculty honored as 2018 Kemper Teaching Excellence Fellows, and alumna and Mizzou K-12 teacher assistant Jackie Schroeder pays it forward.
Chancellor’s Update: April 27, 2018
Featured this week: Mizzou celebrates its 91st Tap Day; high school musicians compete in the State Music Festival; and Kelsie Wilkins and Erin Hediger are “tapped” into the Mortar Board national honor society for their outstanding scholarship, leadership and service.
Chancellor’s Update: April 19, 2018
Featured this week: new Music building ground-breaking; Artist-in-Residence program; undergraduate and graduate internships through independent, literary publisher Persea Books; and Jennifer Maritza McCauley, #MizzouMade PhD candidate in creative writing.
Chancellor’s Update, April 12, 2018
Featured this week: The Biological Control of Insects Research Laboratory highlights collaboration between MU and the USDA/Agricultural Research Service, and #MizzouMade health sciences student Kara Conroy talks about how an internship with MU partner Logan University sparked a new career interest in chiropractic care.
Chancellor’s Update: April 5, 2018
Featured this week: how the Entrepreneurship Alliance prepares students to successfully own and operate their own businesses and #MizzouMade Tiger Master Sgt. Justin A. Hardy.
Chancellor’s Update: March 28, 2018
Featured this week: Professors Marilyn Rantz and Marjorie Skubic’s innovative motion-capture technology to help seniors stay home and avoid hospitalizations and #MizzouMade alumna Beth Snyder who turned her passion for art into a successful illustration company.
Chancellor’s Update: March 21, 2018
Featured this week: Mizzou Giving Day final totals; how #MizzouMade veterinary medicine student Carley Brucks is benefitting from generous donors; and Professor Dongsheng Duan’s innovative genetic therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy enters human clinical trials.
Chancellor’s Update: March 15, 2018
Featured this week: Mizzou Giving Day; the Missouri Spatial Data Information Service provides crucial information to emergency responders and compiles information about the safety of public drinking water; and #MizzouMade student Kelsey Inglis gives back through Mizzou Alternative Breaks.