economics

The College of Arts and Science Student Council has presented its autumn/fall 2018 Chalk Awards to an economics professor, a faculty adviser, and a student teaching assistant in recognition of their excellence as instructors and advisers. The student council solicits nominations from students for their favorite instructors and advisers, and the council’s executive committee makes the final selections.

A new report finds economic growth across the state of Missouri has been uneven over the past two decades. Professor Joe Haslag, the Kenneth Lay Chair in Economics at MU, examined data from the four largest metropolitan statistical areas (MSA) in the state—St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia—and found the Columbia MSA is the only one that recorded above-national-average economic growth.

Annual Vehicle Stops Reports (VSRs) from the Missouri attorney general’s office have prompted heated discussions at Columbia, Missouri, city council meetings, community forums, and other venues for several years.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – For high school students, the SAT and ACT are the gateway to their college futures. With the tests playing a crucial role in both college admissions and scholarships, they can be critical for low-income students hoping to earn a college degree.

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