MU officials held a town hall meeting Tuesday to present findings from its campus climate survey.
Nearly 10,000 people took the survey. MU says 19 percent of the people who took it reported experiencing hostile conduct. The consulting group that created the survey, Rankin and Associates, says that’s slightly below the national average for other universities they’ve examined.
After the town hall meeting, UM System President Mun Choi, MU Vice Chancellor Kevin McDonald, MU Chancellor Alexander Cartwright, and MU Provost Garnett Stokes held a press conference about the findings. You can listen to that below.