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Company Overview of University of Missouri-Columbia
University of Missouri-Columbia is an education institution offering undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education and distance learning programs. The schools and colleges of the university includes College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; School of Natural Resources; College of Arts and Science; School of Fine Arts; School of Music; College of Business; School of Accountancy; College of Education; School of Information Science and Learning Technologies; College of Engineering; Graduate School; College of Human Environmental Sciences; School of Social Work; School of Journalism; School of Law; School of Medicine; School of Health Professions; Sinclair School of Nursing; and Co...
Columbia, MO 65211
Founded in 1839
Key Executives for University of Missouri-Columbia
Interim Dean of College of Veterinary Medicine
Director of University Communications
Associate Vice Chancellor for Research
Director of Crosby MBA Program
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
University of Missouri-Columbia Key Developments
University of Missouri Appoints Michael Middleton as Interim President
Nov 13 15
Recently retired professor Michael Middleton has been named interim president of the University of Missouri. The governing board of the University of Missouri named a black law professor and deputy chancellor emeritus to serve as interim president of a university system under siege from racial turmoil. Michael Middleton, who recently retired from the university after 30 years, earned bachelor and law degrees there. His selection came three days after Tim Wolfe resigned amid a firestorm over his handling of a series of racially charged events on the sprawling campus in Columbia.
University of Missouri Announces Resignation of Wolfe as President
Nov 9 15
The president of the University of Missouri Wolfe resigned amid a spiralling controversy over his handling of racial tensions on campus that prompted dozens of black football players to threaten a strike.
Cerner Corp. and University of Missouri Extend Health Technology Research Agreement
Jul 6 15
Cerner Corp. and the University of Missouri have reached an agreement to extend a two-decade collaboration through 2025. The effort will extend their joint research in the electronic medical records industry. The collaboration, centered at the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation in Columbia, began in 2009. Projects to date have focused on "electronic visit" technology and improving patient access to electronic medical records. The Tiger Institute this year launched OpenNotes, a computer program that gives patients access to their clinic notes. the new Tiger Institute initiatives will include more emphasis on population health strategies designed to keep people healthier and thus reduce expensive medical treatments. Another new initiative will be the Tiger Institute Leadership Academy for industry professionals.
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