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Mizzou's miss America : Debbye Turner steps into the national spotlight.
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1990)
"Debbye Turner, a student in MU's College of Veterinary Medicine, is impressing all who see her with her intelligence, wit and poise."--Table of contents for issue....
Alumni leaders return to campus
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1966)
"Interested alumni visit M.U. to see how they can help to enlarge and enrich the program of the University....
Rediscovering the Corps of Discovery
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2002)
Lewis and Clark's expedition muscled up the Missouri River near what would become the site of the University.
Good Laboratory Practices: Myers et al. Respond
(National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2009)
Myers et al. respond to a letter written by Becker et al. regarding Myers' article "Why public health agencies cannot depend on Good Laboratory Practices as a criterion for selecting data: the case of bisphenol A."...
The Effects of Institutional Merit-Based Aid On the Enrollment Decisions of Needy Students
(Enrollment Management Journal, 2008)
Recently, both states and institutions have implemented merit-based financial aid packages to compete for the best students. This analysis explores the adoption of a merit-based aid program at the University of Oregon to ...
Library service planning using GIS and census data.
(Public Libaries, 2004)
This paper reviews the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Census 2000 data in library planning. An example of the data accessible through Census 2000, and how libraries can use that data, is given.
An early route to college
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 1996)
Can you save enough for your child's education? In a word, yes. Don't panic. Get off to a smart start. Stay on course and reap the rewards. Time is on your side.
Good Laboratory Practices Are Not Synonymous with Good Scientific Practices, Accurate Reporting, or Valid Data
(National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2010)
In her commentary, Tyl (2009) responded to our criticism (Myers et al. 2009) of her bisphenol A (BPA) research (Tyl et al. 2008), and she defended the reliance on Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) in animal studies concerning ...
Relations between librarians and romance readers: A Missouri survey.
(Public Libaries, 2006)
that romance readers are less educated than other women and that romance novels portray women as passive recipients of men's actions. Do public librarians subscribe to these attitudes? In order to find out, we surveyed public librarians in the State of Missouri...
Plain talk from the president
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1992)
"George Russell has no thoughts on the origin of his nickname, Bullet. But the new president has an arsenal of ideas about running the University of Missouri System."--Page 10
A report on three days in November
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1966)
"Members of the American Astronautical Society meet here to discuss the management of aerospace systems."--Table of contents for issue.
Stem cell 101
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2006)
Learn the basics of this complex and controversial science. There might be a quiz.
The University's next ten years
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1969)
"These are the themes contained in the 64-page Long-range planning, published last month by the University. Two years in the making, the 10-year projeciton is the result of studies made by each campus and each academic ...
Fight against famine
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1968)
"Today the effort to provide adequate food for the world's 3 1/2 billion mouths moves forward on two principal fronts, and the University of Missouri-Columbia is a leader in both of them."--Page 22
Library and information needs of Latinos in rural Dunklin County, Missouri.
(Public Libraries, 2004)
Libraries in rural Missouri are struggling to provide adequate services to a growing number of Spanish-speaking residents. This article examines the barriers to effective library services through the evaluation of a survey ...
Getting a leg up
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2009)
An MU equine veterinarian has invented a device that helps diagnose subtle injuries that are hard to pinpoint. Along the way, he bruised a few egos (human ones) and jumped more than a few fences....
The seamless life
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 1997)
In his personal essay, Robert H. Williams, AB '58 chronicles his journey to, and through, MU, along with the lessons he learned along the way. (Supplied by cataloger)...
Reading sources and reading spaces in Honduras
(IFLA Journal, 2009)
Though literacy is often presented as a universal and monolithic achievement, it is in fact context-dependent, and largely dependent upon the kinds of texts available in a particular community. This paper presents an ...
Lab to market
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2005)
Research starts with a problem. Entrepreneurship starts with a need. Through technology transfer, the two come together to create products that solve problems and fill needs.
Focus Groups on Infant Care Practices in Missouri
(University of Missouri - Columbia Institute of Public Policy, 2005)
The goal of this research project was to better understand how individuals, primarily low-income African-American parents in Missouri, make decisions on infant care practices, specifically those focused around feeding and ...