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UMSL is reshaping its South Campus with a new $17 million Patient Care Center for its colleges of Optometry and Nursing.
"Mapping St. Louis History" includes a 30-foot-wide mapped view of St. Louis as it appeared in 1875. The exhibit is free, open to the public and on display through June.
There has been no shortage of opinions on how universities should best address the issues raised by Michael Brown's death and the responses that have engulfed the St. Louis region.
Michael Williams, an expert on race and ethnicity, will discuss "Ebola: The International Response & Crisis of Pan-Africanism” from 12 to 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at UMSL.
"For many, Ferguson is no longer a place. It’s now a symbol that elicits a broad spectrum of issues of global proportion."
Representing the St. Louis Beacon and its supporters, Emily Rauh Pulitzer and Richard Weil (center) accepted the medal from UMSL Chancellor Tom George during the annual Founders Dinner Sept. 26.
On Sept. 18, Emerson chairman and CEO David Farr announced a five-year commitment of $1.5 million to provide scholarships to UMSL students from Ferguson, Mo., and surrounding communities.
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