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Mizzou to Temporarily Shift to Remote Learning After Thanksgiving

Posted in: COVID-19 | Notices

Dear Campus Community, As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, we are thankful for the accomplishments of our faculty, staff and students this semester. You have persevered through a fall term like no other. You have demonstrated incredible resilience and embraced the precautions and adjustments that supported the safety of everyone. We know it has not […]

University of Missouri: The Many Meanings of Thomas Jefferson

Posted in: Notices

This session was presented on Thursday, Oct. 29, by Dr. Stephanie Shonekan, associate dean of the College of Arts and Science and professor of music, and Dr. Jeff Pasley, associate director of the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy and professor of history.

CAEP accreditation update

Our virtual site visit conducted on October 25-27, 2020, by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) was very positive.

Remember Your Library

Posted in: Notices

Contact your librarian Paula Roper at roperp@missouri.edu for assistance with these and all other research/library instruction related matters

Change in face covering requirement

After further discussions with our Incident Command experts, university leaders and members of our university community, we decided individuals who are outdoors and alone on campus do not have to wear a face covering.

A Commitment to Support

Posted in: Admin Notes | Notices

As a community, we are committed to a culture of care, and we denounce acts of racism, xenophobia, and discrimination in general, within the College, at Mizzou, and in our communities.

Mizzou expands face covering requirements

Posted in: COVID-19

The biggest change requires all students, faculty, staff and visitors to wear face coverings at all times on campus — including outdoors — even when a person is alone.