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University of Missouri-Columbia
See how the MU Research Reactor is saving and improving lives in Missouri and around the globe, and how NextGen MURR will take us into the future by providing accessible and lifesaving innovation for generations to come, video here.
University of Missouri (MU) President Mun Choi has been elected chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities' (APLU) Commission on Food, Environment and Renewable Resources. In addition, he will serve as a member of the APLU Board of Directors. His appointment began on November 13, 2023.
University of Missouri-Kansas City
The Critical Materials Crossroads (CMC) - an economic development partnership between government, industry, nonprofit and academic stakeholders - is hosting a collider event on December 14th for investors, entrepreneurs, corporations looking to expand, and civic and public sector professionals to exchange supply-demand information around critical materials for critical goods, workforce requirements, capital, and the opportunities driving demand.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Missouri S&T will be hosting an EDA-sponsored strategy development workshop for the Critical Minerals and Materials for Advanced Energy Tech Hub on December 12th. This workshop will focus on strategic planning, "scaling" facility and R&D, workforce development and business and entrepreneur development.
University of Missouri-Saint Louis
The United States is currently facing a shortage of school counselors, particularly in high-need school districts. In the face of that challenge, the College of Education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is deepening its commitment to increasing the number of qualified mental health professionals in schools through a new grant from the U.S. Department of Education.