A noted bow-tie aficionado, Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin brought his signature fashion statement to Mizzou when he joined the Tiger family in February, instantly raising the bar for campus attire. As we prepare to dress up for for commencement ceremonies and other fancy end-of-the-semester events, Mizzou students, faculty and staff are stepping up Tigers' style and mastering the fine art of tying a bow tie — with varying degrees of success (and authenticity; we're on to you, Truman). Join us. Grab a bow tie. We'll show you what to do.
Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart
When it comes to protecting important data, personal accountability and proactive steps will go a long way.
Mizzou’s chess team adjusts to having virtual practices and tournaments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MU among first institutions to enroll patient in international COVID-19 clinical trial
New study will test combination treatment of concentrated antibodies and antiviral drug remdesivir.
Teaching and Learning
30 years on, Kemper Fellowship has far-reaching legacy
William T. Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence promote a circle of giving through the decades.
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