Bill Turpin, MU Associate Vice Chancellor for Economic Development and his team focus on making Mizzou a more effective economic driver and encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship, technology advancement and industry partnerships.
Part of MU Extension’s Community Economic Development program, Missouri Engage Act, Transform (EATs) offers a framework to help build stronger communities through healthy, resilient and equitable community-based food systems.
ORED invests in our faculty’s success through ResearchFRST. The program offers resources, support and training that enable professional development, large interdisciplinary project grant support and research collaboration development.
New>Research Development Programs
Early Career Research Development Fellows Program & Mid-Career Research Development Fellows Program