Exam: March 19, 2012

Mar 19, 2012

This week’s show is all about the University of Missouri. MUs Nuclear Science Engineering Institute ceased to exist last week. The law school has recovered a bit in the national rankings. And increased demand for archeologists in the state has prompted a new program at MU.

As of last Thursday, MU’s Nuclear Science Engineering Institute ceased to exist. The change, which will move the former NSEI under the umbrella of the graduate school and the Office of research, has some confused. KBIA’s Nick Gass explains.

The University of Missouri’s Law school has climbed 28 places in the US news and world report’s latest law school rankings. KBIA’s Liam Keegan has the details.

According to Time magazine, an archeologist is the 1111th most recession proof job, right between mail carriers and dieticians. And as KBIA’s Andrew Gibson reports, right in the middle of the recession, the University of Missouri decided to start a class to try to fill that need.