The students had a productive spring, bringing home a haul of medals at the St. Louis ADDY Awards.
Robert Marquis, professor of biology, and Christina Baer, a doctoral student in biology, conducted a study that found leaf-tying caterpillars are inadvertently benefitting adult Asiatic oak weevils, an invasive species.
UMSL campus photographer August Jennewein was en route to an assignment at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center when he was struck by what he saw.
"Less Cash, Less Crime: Evidence from the Electronic Benefit Transfer Program" was posted last month on the National Bureau of Economic Research website.
Two University of Missouri–St. Louis criminologists joined a group of community leaders and law enforcement officials to discuss crime trends and issues in the region on the April 10 episode of “Stay Tuned,” a program on KETC (Channel 9). Richard Rosenfeld, Curators’ Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at UMSL, and Dan Isom, the Endowed [...]