Faculty News

U.S. State Department Names Professor as National Correspondent

June 5th, 2017

The U.S. Department of State recently named Professor S.I. Strong as one of the United States’ National Correspondents to a key project run by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). The project, known as

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Professor Reuben Addresses Donor Privacy with Politically-Active Nonprofits

June 2nd, 2017

Professor Richard Reuben recently spoke to the Springfield News-Leader regarding an interview Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens did on KMOX Radio in St. Louis. In the interview with host Mark Reardon, Gov. Greitens compared donors making political contributions

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Professor Middleton Named Interim President of Lincoln University

June 1st, 2017

Professor Emeritus Michael Middleton, ’71, was recently named interim president of Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Mo. He will hold the position until a replacement for outgoing president Dr. Kevin Rome is named. Most recently, he served

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Using Shared Governance to Preserve Free Speech on Campus: Professor Trachtenberg in The Chronicle for Higher Education

May 25th, 2017

Professor Ben Trachtenberg recently wrote an article published in The Chronicle for Higher Education, “How Missouri Used Shared Governance to Preserve Free Speech on Campus,” in which he discussed free speech at public universities. Specifically, he described

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Dr. Peters Participates in Congressional Briefing on Foster Youth

May 18th, 2017

Dr. Clark Peters recently presented at a briefing organized by the Senate Caucus on Foster Youth, joining a panel discussing the impact of identity theft, poor credit scores and financial literacy barriers on youth transitioning from foster

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