Nuggets of news from across campus.
Professor emerita Petch Peden passes on the love of translation.
Using satellite images to protect indigenous tribes.
English Assistant Professor Michael Marlo documents African languages.
MU professor studies the challenges of categorizing Nazi art.
Julia Gaines enthusiastically leads the School of Music.
Mizzou alumna turns negative experience into something positive for Missouri students.
Ann Harrell has trained four national voice champions.
Anne Thompson turns billboards into artwork in I-70 Sign Show.
A new program supports the study of the American political system.
Art history professor studies extreme sculptor.
Mentoring undergraduates is a gift that keeps on giving.
Alumni singers carol to raise money for scholarships.
Mizzou alumna Amber J. Lawson combines comedy and charity.
Mizzou junior studies at University of Bristol through Fulbright.
Recent grad helps uncover St. Louis’ past through oral history.
Robert Burns follows Tiger and Jackrabbit tracks.
Art professor designs signature Mizzou paisley for 175th anniversary.
MU ceramics student accepted to national exhibition.
Religious studies professor starts Academic Kindness blog.
Honors College makes changes large and small to curriculum.
The Curreys are one big musical family.
Love for animals prompts $2.5 million estate gift to College of Veterinary Medicine.
2014 Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence announced.
Stephanie Berg, a young composer setting out to remake fine art music, gets her big break.
Win Horner was a pioneer for writing at MU.
Mizzou proposes capital projects for state matching money.
MU doctoral student studies how Kansas Citians speak.
After the death of her family, Béa Gallimore searched and found a new calling.
Anthropology faculty explore links between evolution and human behavior.
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