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Education
5:01 pm
Wed June 27, 2012

UM system undeterred in UM Press shutdown

KBIA file photo

The University of Missouri is standing behind its cost-cutting decision to shutter the school's academic press.

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PM Newscasts
5:42 pm
Tue June 26, 2012

Newscast for June 26, 2012

Regional news from the KBIA newsroom, including:

  • Sen. McCaskill to skip Democratic National Convention
  • Traffic fatalities increasing according to MoDOT
  • Memorial Stadium expansion plan approved
  • MU students, faculty attend UM Board of Curators.
Sports
5:25 pm
Tue June 26, 2012

Missouri stadium expansion wins approval

With less than a week before the University of Missouri officially enters the Southeastern Conference, the UM board of curators has approved the first half of a project that Athletic Director Mike Alden says will “change the face” of the University of Missouri sports park. At a regular meeting yesterday, curators approved the $102 million project to expand and update athletic facilities on the Columbia campus.

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Education
5:07 pm
Tue June 26, 2012

UM Press supporters attend UM Board of Curators meeting

Professors, graduate students and other supporters of the soon-to-be-closed University of Missouri Press attended Tuesday’s UM Board of Curators meeting.

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Education
5:42 pm
Tue December 6, 2011

Search for UM System President continues

Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences Hal Williamson says the Presidential Search Advisory Committee interviewed a candidate for the post of UM System president. The committee recommends candidates to the Board of Curators, which makes the final decision.
Amrita Jayakumar KBIA

The search for the twenty-third University of Missouri System President continued Tuesday at the Clinton Club in the Mizzou Arena. 

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PM Newscast
7:18 pm
Fri October 21, 2011

Newscast for October 21, 2011

  • University of Missouri Board of Curators give MU Chancellor Brady Deaton authority to negotiate the school’s conference future.
  •  A new vehicle is added to the Ford Claycomo plant's production line.
  • Missouri education officials want to part ways with No Child Left Behind.
  • Mexico is moving forward with its downtown revitalization.
  • Missouri is first in line for new Medicaid money.
  • Missouri Senate leader wants to end the special legislative session.
  •  High-speed Internet is coming to rural mid-Missouri.

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