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Missouri State University's Board of Governors voted unanimously today to raise fees for graduate students taking courses in many health-related fields, a growing enrollment area at MSU.
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A new budget plan in the Missouri House revealed today would increase core funding for public higher education in Missouri by 2 percent -- instead of the 5 percent touted by the governor -- a decrease that could force the four-campus University of Missouri System to reluctantly raise tuition in the spring of 2015 or cap enrollment.
Dred Scott, deputy superintendent for the Independence School District, and Peter Stiepleman, assistant superintendent for elementary education for Columbia Public Schools, are finalists to succeed Chris Belcher as superintendent of the Columbia district, according to an email from Columbia School Board president Christine King.
The club invites faculty, staff, students and the public to join together to read a book.
About 3 inches of snow fell on Springfield overnight, covering less than an inch of ice that had fallen the day before.
But it is. And that's one of the things that attracted Buddhist studies scholar Stephen Berkwitz to Sri Lanka in the first place.
Ashely is a graduate of Missouri State University with a degree in Sociology and Psychology and is employed with Mercy Hospital.
"Hang on." That's the advice a top Liberty school official offered Springfield Public Schools if John Jungmann is hired as superintendent of the 25,000-student district.
Dr. Erin R. Fluegge-Woolf, a professor of management at Southeast Missouri State University, will compete in Kansas City, Mo., this weekend for the title of Mrs. Missouri, possibly joining one of more than a dozen who have held title in Southeast Missouri.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Physicists have found that platinum nanoparticles limit their size and organize into specific patterns when bonded to freestanding graphene.
If you are interested in learning more about criminal justice or possibly pursuing a career in the field, the Southeast Missouri State University's department is planning a day for you.
Missouri State University plans to revamp its undergraduate program in foreign languages due to low completion rates in French and German.
Here's what happened this week in history across the Ozarks: * Feb. 24, 1849: Mrs. Peck announced her Springfield Female School would begin its sixth session in April.