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ST. LOUIS • The University of Missouri campuses in St. Louis and Columbia received a $1.8 million grant this week to train more social workers in assisting underserved populations.

The four-year grant comes from a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and will help the two universities fund a combined total of 120 graduate students.


BELLERIVE ACRES • The University of Missouri-St. Louis graduated its first class in 1967 — the same year physics professor Bob Henson, 82, came to campus.

The longtime professor has worked under all 11 chancellors in the young university’s history, and has watched the evolution of education, from chalkboards to online classes — two of which he teaches.

“It hasn’t...

COLUMBIA, Mo. • Die-hard fan Dave Merz sent an email in May to leaders at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

“With enrollment down and the closing of several dorms, could some of the closed dorms be used for housing parents during home football games?” he asked.

A month later, Mizzou announced plans to do just that.

The dorm-turned-hotel planning was likely...

Missouri music teacher Tracy King’s second job began about two decades ago with one problem: She couldn’t find any useful educational materials to put on her classroom bulletin board.

So she started making her own. After a few years doing that, other teachers started asking her to make some for them, too.

Then, in 2006, an online marketplace called Teachers...

A Parkway student and a Rockwood student, both from Chesterfield, earned the Missouri Advanced Placement Scholar Award this year.

The state-level award goes to one male student and one female student from each state who earned the most AP test scores of 3 or higher and the highest average score on all AP tests taken.

Haran Kumar, who attends Parkway...

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