New research reveals that the University of Missouri System saves $80 million per year on institutional support across the four campuses and health system.
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Last week Chancellor Tom George and the UMSL campus hosted the Board of Curators meeting, and I very much appreciate their hospitality. The week before the board meeting, each of the campuses hosted President-designate Choi.
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Last week, Chancellor Leo Morton and the University of Missouri-Kansas City community welcomed the University of Missouri Board of Curators for their October meeting. It was my pleasure to share with the curators how I continue to be impressed by our students, faculty, staff and administrators.
Last week the UM System staff hosted the Board of Curators on the Columbia campus for their June meeting. One of the most important agenda items at this meeting was the board approval of our $3 billion budget for our upcoming fiscal year.
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D.C. area alumni and friends, you are invited to attend a National Press Club Speakers breakfast on June 21 with Interim President Michael Middleton.
It has been an unprecedented academic year, one that I believe will chart the course for the university to have an even brighter future. Together we have...
I am saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Mel George who served as UM System interim president twice—once post-retirement. His passion...
The April meeting of the Board of Curators was hosted by Missouri University of Science and Technology last week. The S&T staff went above and beyond to make things run smoothly and I appreciate...