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The University of Missouri-Columbia, MU, is the largest and oldest campus of the state's major public research institutions. MU's primary mission in research and doctoral education provides enhanced opportunities and challenges in the undergraduate areas of humanities, arts, and sciences and in selected professional fields and provides the basis for service to the people of the state via outreach programs. MU aspires to achieve national and international prominence for its research and educational contributions. It will build on its research strengths in basic and applied biological and biomedical sciences; nuclear and related physical and engineering sciences; and selected social and behavioral sciences. It will strengthen its leadership roles in agriculture and journalism. Because of its large enrollment of undergraduates, MU will enhance the core disciplines required for all those seeking baccalaureate degrees, giving special attention to areas, such as languages and mathematical sciences, that provide the necessary foundation for truly educated citizens.
published byUniversity of Missouri
viewing issueVolume 35, Number 2, Summer 2012
Table of Contents
- The War Reporter Paul Watson on Winning the Pulitzer Prize, and: The War Reporter Paul Watson on Suicide, and: Portrait of the War Reporter Paul Watson as a Young Man, and: The War Reporter Paul Watson Meets Mother Teresa, and: The War Reporter Paul Watson Retells the Story of the Diver and the Goddess, and: The Poet and the War Reporter Paul Watson Go for a Sled Ride
- pp. 75-86
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