News & Events

Felon Disenfranchisement Laws Topic of Interview with Prof. Mitchell

November 12th, 2014

Professor S. David Mitchell was recently interviewed about felon disenfranchisement laws for a story, “The Last Gasp Of Jim Crow: The High-Stakes Battle To Restore Voting Rights To 350,000 Virginians,”on ThinkProgress.org. He discussed the hypocrisy of a

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#RespectZouFood Food Waste Campaign to Kick Off November 10

November 7th, 2014

A social media campaign to raise awareness about food waste will kick off November 10 with the hashtag #RespectZouFood. The Waste Not, Want Not Task Force, a Mizzou Advantage interdisciplinary undergraduate research team working in collaboration with

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Prof. Abrams Writes about Racial and Ethnic Tolerance in Sports

November 6th, 2014

In the final minute of a high school football game on Sept. 26, the Plainfield (Conn.) Panthers scored a touchdown to upset the New London Whalers, 21-17. Some Plainfield fans had taunted New London’s black and Hispanic

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National Academy of Arbitrators Reelects Dean Bailey as Vice President

November 4th, 2014

Assistant Dean Bob Bailey was recently reelected as the vice president of the National Academy of Arbitrators at the Academy’s 2014 Fall Education Conference in Memphis. The academy is a non-profit organization for arbitrators in the United

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ABA Mediation Week Includes Interview by Adjunct Professor Read

November 3rd, 2014

Adjunct Professor Sarah Read recently interviewed Bill Johnson, the CEO of consultancy Strategic Community Intervention and a past mayor of Rochester, N.Y., to discuss supporting community ties and recovering and restoring those ties after events that damage

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