Love of stories and culture have taken Joseph Erb from the classroom to Silicon Valley to the Trail of Tears.
New Eureka! episode explores robots in religion, architecture and plant science
FBI Special Agent Chad John uses his accounting background to nab white collar criminals.
A new research institute at Mizzou studies the changing nature of families.
Mizzou researchers breed virus-resistant swine.
Positive spirituality can improve health.
Mizzou alumna, staffer and champion power-lifter is inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.
Nuggets of news from across campus.
University of Missouri Interim President Mike Middleton finds inspiration in his past.
Mizzou’s new black studies chair finds hope for progress in Aretha Franklin.
Kinder Institute scholars aim to keep democracy safe for the world.
Through advances in reproductive biology and DNA profiling, animal science researchers help cattle producers become economically successful.
Elizabeth G. Loboa begins work as the College of Engineering’s first female dean.
Researching cancer-fighting biomaterials shaped one undergraduate’s career dreams.
Professor Andrew Hoberek deconstructs the superhero genre.
A new class of RJI fellows boast four alumni members.
Biochemistry stalwart shares his story for Corps of Discovery lecture.
MU dynamo Jimi Cook is revolutionizing knee replacement surgery.
Suzanne Burgoyne sets the stage for life-changing drama.
Best-selling author and Mizzou alumnus George Hodgman mentors in memoir.
MU Libraries celebrate the centennial of Ellis Library.
Mizzou researchers share tips on how to get more out of everyday life.
A historic agreement brings ancient Roman artifacts to MU.
Two MU professors are going all-in on preparing incoming freshmen for STEM success.
Religious studies professor’s new book examines urban American Indians.
Jerry Frank explores the making of Rocky Mountain National Park, which celebrates its centennial this year.
Mizzou research offers timely tips for getting and staying healthy.
Next-generation breast cancer diagnostics could save lives.
MU surprises five outstanding teachers.
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