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Professor Emerita Honored for Lifetime of Translation

“Petch” Peden won the Ralph Manheim Medal for Translation.

Half of the students were required to file 10 tweets during Tuesday's debate and the other half didn't as part of the study conducted by Mitchell McKinney, associate professor of communication, and Ben Warner, assistant professor of communication.

Presidential Town Hall Debate Gets Aggressive

MU experts weigh in on the candidates' performances.


Guiding Future Doctors

Missouri Scholars Academy alumnus pays it forward.


Alumni Honored for Service to Journalism

Five MU alumni awarded with Missouri Honor Medal.


Top Dog at the Horse Stables

Kent Allen has been the top horse official at two Olympic games.

volunteers sort food at a food bank

Experiencing Poverty for a Day

The School of Social Work’s poverty simulation class teaches invaluable lessons.

Kyle Cleeton

The Zuckerberg Effect

Students push toward entrepreneurialism, and Mizzou supports them.


Faculty Experts Critique Candidates’ Performance

Panel of MU professors opine on the first presidential debate.


Students Conduct Hands-on Research

EXPRESS shaped Mariah McClain's college experience.

group of students posing

Service and Study in Ghana

A four-week volunteer program immerses MU students in Ghanaian culture.

actor Jason Forbach headshot

A Dream Come True

Jason Forbach, BM ’00, portrays Enjolras in the 25th anniversary production of Les Misérables.

David Moss

Hybrid ExecMBA Creates New Opportunities

Trulaske College of Business attracts full-time professionals.

Isaac Butler

Tiger Blossoms From a City Divided

Alumnus establishes a summer pharmacy institute for minorities.

Mizzou researchers

Reception to Celebrate First Coulter Projects

A $5 million partnership encourages commercialization of biomedical research.

Shibu Jose

Energy Crops Find Funding

MU research team receives $5.4 million grant to study biofuel.

home exterior

A Home of Scraps

Quint Newcomer, BA ’89, builds the first LEED-certified home in Athens, Ga.

Kylar Broadus, JD ’88

Stepping Up and Out

Kylar Broadus, JD ’88, becomes the first openly transgender person to testify before the U.S. Senate.

model in dress

Rousseau’s Runway Reporting

Caryn Rousseau, BA, BJ '00, covers everything from the NATO summit to Fashion Week.

Food basket

Too Much, Too Little, Just Right

Mizzou works to conserve food and feed the hungry.

Amanda Zerkel examines Dianne Fields’ English setter

Brainsight Helps MU Doctors Save Dogs, Cats

MU is one of three U.S. universities using Brainsight MRI technology for veterinary patients.

Ines Segert. Photo by Nicholas Benner.

Teaching to Learn

Psychology Professor Ines Segert wins a 2012 William T. Kemper Fellowship Award.

John Cummins

Mizzou MedPride

John Cummins develops student group Mizzou MedPride to raise awareness of LGBTQ health issues.

Photo courtesy of Mizzou’s Concrete Canoe Team.

What's Concrete But Floats Like a Boat?

The Mizzou Concrete Canoe Team builds a 215-pound canoe. It floats — barely.

Bullet train.

Where Doping is Legal

MU Research Reactor scientist John Farmer is shaping silicon's role in electronics.

Laura King

Being Cheerful Makes Sense

Psychologist Laura King studies what people think meaning is and how they come by it.

Councilman Jermaine Reed speaks with MU students.

Many Cultures, One Voice

The Mizzou Alumni Association awards a faculty-alumni award to Etti Naveh-Benjamin.


Landing at Mizzou

Former NASA astronauts Linda Godwin and Steven Nagel bring a jet engine to Mizzou.

Robert Benfer

Digging Up the Past

Robert Benfer, professor emeritus of anthroplogy, makes an important archaeological discovery in Peru.

Canoes newly launched on the Jutai River

Lost and Found

Alumnus Scott Wallace treks a South American jungle to locate the last uncontacted tribes.

David Oliver

David’s Journey

A retired Mizzou professor's video series educates students and colleagues about living with cancer.

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