Archive for Institutional

Remington Hall now complete

January 20, 2010 Comments

Ryan Scroggins

The patience of students, faculty and staff during construction has been rewarded with the completion of Remington Hall, the new science and math building. A celebration and ribbon cutting was held Jan. 19, dedicating the building to Wes and Pasty Remington for their contribution of $5 million towards its construction. The remainder of the over […]

Chiefs Facility behind due to weather

January 19, 2010 Comments

Alison Norris

Even with the harshest winter in recent history the Chiefs Facility continues to progress and even though temperatures continue to drop the Facility continues to go up. Brett Esley, assistant athletics director, said that depending on whom a person talks to, they still say that they are about five weeks behind.

Campus growth has mixed impact

November 20, 2009 Comments

Jesse West

Looking upon Missouri Western today, it’s hard to believe just how much has changed in the past nine years. From the Kit Bond Incubator to Remington Hall, construction and renovation has become the norm at Western. According to Lonnie Johnson, director of facilities, the addition of space to Western since 2000 includes, but not limited […]

Western prepares for less funding

November 20, 2009 Comments

Clay Rains

Paul Wagner, Deputy Commissioner of the Missouri Department of Higher Education, visited Western in efforts to brief the state’s colleges on major budget challenges in the next few years. So far, federal stabilization money has provided the padding for colleges after decreasing state revenue reduced the amount of money available to them. Statewide, $560 million […]

Candidates for Craig School dean come to Western

November 12, 2009 Comments

Dave Hon

Carol Roever, the Craig School of Business dean, is retiring at the end of the year. The Craig School began a search for a new dean at the beginning of the semester, and that search is coming to its final stages. Cynthia Heider chairs the committee that works through the process of choosing the dean. […]