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(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2015)
The odds of winning a prestigious fellowship are long, but many Mizzou students and alumni, with the support of campus mentors and programs, land some of the biggest in the world.
Soils : to be or not to be ... on campus
(Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
Soil erosion causes harm on and off-site. On-site impacts are confined to the local area where as the damages caused by off-site impacts are felt by society at large. The most harmful on-site impact is the actual loss of ...
Cost and Consequences of Sedentary Living: New Battleground for an Old Enemy
The purpose of this review is to update our earlier review by itemizing, as best we can, the costs and consequences of sedentary living, and thus provide cost reasons to fight a war against sedentary lifestyles.
Never broke, rarely rich : Missouri inherits German values
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1992)
"Forty percent of Missourians lay claim to German heritage, which has translated into a strong tradition in higher education, physical fitness and persistence."--Table of contents for issue.
High ratings for ITV
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1968)
"If instant replay, split screen and stop action make you think only of television football, you may be at the wrong game in the wrong ball park. The Office of Instruction Television utilizes the same techniques on the ...
Targets and mandates: lessons learned from EU and US biofuels policy mechanisms
The United States and the European Union have taken different paths in the design and implementation of biofuel policy measures. In the European Union, a target has been set for the contribution of renewable energy in ...
Why Public Health Agencies Cannot Depend on Good Laboratory Practices as a Criterion for Selecting Data: The Case of Bisphenol A
(National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2009)
(NIH) funding, peer-reviewed for publication in leading journals, subject to independent replication, but rejected by the U.S. FDA for regulatory purposes....
Organizational Immersion and Diagnosis: The Work of Harry Levinson
(Karnac Books Ltd., 2003)
In the following, I present readers with an overview of Harry Levinson's contributions to psychoanalytic organization psychology. Then, I share excerpts from an interview conducted with him in August 2002 during the American ...
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2003)
Many great teachers have spun their tales into the book we call Mizzou. Alumni have indelible memories of their best professors, but it is easier to point to outstanding teaching than to define it. Here are five teachers ...
Do antipyretics prolong febrile illness?
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2004-01)
Antipyretics appear to have minor and variable effects on the course of febrile illness. Aspirin and acetaminophen do not prolong the course of rhinovirus illness, although they may prolong the period of viral shedding and ...
What is the recommended workup for a man with a first UTI?
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2007-08)
Obtain a urine culture in all men with suspected urinary tract infection (UTI), to reliably diagnose an infection (strength of recommendation [SOR]: C). For further evaluation, ultrasonography with abdominal radiography ...
Does group prenatal care improve pregnancy outcomes?
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2009-07)
It may decrease preterm births, especially among higher-risk women—minority women, women of low socioeconomic status, and adolescents (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, 1 randomized, controlled trial [RCT] and 1 matched ...
Missouri's gift to the house of Morgan
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1969)
"A self-described faculty brat of that period was Guy E. (Jack) Noyes, whose name would probably be on many a financial expert's list today of the men who know the most about 1969 money problems."--Page 33
The state of Mizzou
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2016)
The events of recent months have been hard. We've been challenged. We've been scrutinized. The eyes of the world are upon us as we wrestle with weighty topics such as racism. civil liberties and educational governance - ...
We still laugh about it
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2001)
At MIZZOU magazine's request, dozens of readers confess their funniest collegiate capers.
Philosophies of Music Education in the United States 1861-1970: Including an Historical Survey of the Philosophies of Music in Western Civilization
The purpose of this study was to investigate pertinent philosophies of music education from 1861 to the present. Included was an historical overview of several significant philosophies of music which have influenced ...
Situated Writing Workshops: Putting Writing Advice in Context
(The Writing Instructor, 2004)
Even the most brilliant of college teachers can absorb only so much writing theory in a two- or three-day writing-in-the-disciplines workshop. The faculty who register for our writing workshops are typically committed to ...
From Contention to Collaboration
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2007)
In the 1970s and 1980s, student protests sparked a dynamic partnership.
J-schoolers meet in Taipei
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1971)
"Some alumni from the School of Journalism had an impromptu reunion in Taipei last summer when Henry Misselwitz, BJ '22 and his wife visited Kan Lee, BJ '22, on a visit there."--Page 10
The mathematics of urban planning
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1968)
"The question: Can computer techniques be applied to urban planning -- zoning, traffic, water and sewage disposal needs -- as a guide to orderly development?"--Page 30