For faculty and staff

For faculty and staff

2017 budget sessions

All MU Extension employees are invited to take advantage of an opportunity to learn more about the university’s budget assumptions for 2017 and the impact on MU Extension. To see the budget presentations and overview documents, visit the Information sessions about 2017 budget Web page.

MU Extension brochure

Need a general brochure that quickly and easily explains who we are and how we can help Missourians? Publication UED1120 (PDF) does just that.

Created using colorful images, beloved Truman the Tiger and targeted language to attract a general population, this is a great educational piece for those who don’t understand the breadth of extension’s services.

You can order them easily on the internal ordering system by typing in “UED1120” in the “List by item prefix” field.

Open forums for vice chancellor set

Finalists for the University of Missouri Extension Vice Chancellor for Extension and Engagement are scheduled to visit the MU campus and make presentations outlining their vision for MU Extension. The presentations, which are open to the public, will take place in the Jesse Wrench Auditorium in the Memorial Union.

Both sessions will be available through a live stream during the events, and each session will be archived for video playback within 24 hours of the presentation. For more information, including candidate bios, visit the candidates page.

Event templates and kits

Templates and kits to promote and support events and programs that are designed in accordance with University of Missouri Extension's graphic standards and may be downloaded for use by county, campus and system offices. Templates are available for fliers, signage, handouts and PowerPoints. Find available designs here.


New tabletop displays

Are you hosting an upcoming event for researchers, state or regional council members, legislators, or other constituents? If so, you need to reserve one of our new tabletop displays.

This display speaks directly to researchers and communicates the opportunities MU Extension has to collaborate with them on getting their research to the people of Missouri.

This display is designed to be used at events where constituents, such as donors, legislators and council members are in attendance. It communicates how MU Extension affects lives, businesses and communities across the state with specific examples of successes and available programming.

The three-panel displays measure 64”w x 32”t and will fit perfectly on a 6-foot or an 8-foot table. Each display weighs 19 pounds and can be set up in just minutes. Each display has a handle and a shoulder strap for convenient transport.

Due to the weight, the display cannot be shipped so it must be picked up in Columbia. Contact Laura Lindsey at to reserve.


Telling our story one photo at a time

Have you heard about MUEXT101?

On August 3 a social media campaign called MU Extension 101 was launched. The purpose is to expand our online audience by showing the diverse ways we affect people’s lives. Every Monday and Thursday, a new picture will be posted on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Visit to see the previous posts.

Your assistance is requested to ensure the success of this campaign:

  1. Help spread the message by sharing, retweeting, pinning and liking the posts on the extension accounts on your personal pages and on your county social media accounts.
  2. If you have an engaging picture that helps tell the extension story (and you have the proper photo release signed), please send it to along with a brief description and how the picture connects to an extension program, service or publication. Photos should be high-resolution.


myExtension release delayed

While the planning section of myExtension is live, the release of the event scheduling and reporting sections has been delayed.

“We had planned for most of the remaining modules of myExtension to go live on Sept. 15,” said Mark Stillwell, extension project administrator. “However, we want to release additional modules only after they have been reviewed and tested to ensure a quality product.”

WebApps will continue to be available until myExtension is ready. All faculty and staff should continue to schedule and report from their approved plan in WebApps until further notice. All program planning data entered into myExtension will be available in WebApps for scheduling and reporting, and data entered in WebApps will be available in myExtension when it is released.

The settings and event scheduling sections are in the final programming stage, and usability testing will begin soon. Sections that will include success stories and program impacts are in the early programming stages.

“Don’t forget that all reporting for FY 2015 should be complete by midnight on Sept. 14,” reminds Paula Hudson, ETCS database programmer/analyst. “At that time, WebApps will be locked down to ensure consistent demographic data in future reports. You cannot schedule or report on FY 2015 events once WebApps is locked down.”

Global Connections webinars

Epsilon Sigma Phi is holding monthly lunchtime webinars to provide Extension faculty and staff an opportunity to discuss their professional global experiences and the resulting impact on their life, career and MU Extension. Sessions are 45 minutes long (noon-12:45 p.m.) with interactive presentations and moderated dialogue. So pack a lunch and munch while you learn and explore with colleagues.

To sign up, go to

Recordings of all past Global Connections webinars are available on the ESP Web page.

Non-Tenure Track promotion

Recordings of past workshops, PowerPoint presentations and all guidelines and submission information are available on the Non-Tenure Track Promotion System page.

Upcoming fee generation ISE workshops

Workshops have been scheduled to explain additional functions and updates to the Fee-generation Worksheet-Online Tool. Register through ISE up to one week before the workshop. Sessions that do not have at least four registrants will be canceled and registrants will be asked to choose an alternative date.

April 21 2-3 p.m.
May 18 10-11 a.m.
June 16 2-3 p.m.
July 20 10-11 a.m.
Aug. 18 2-3 p.m

See the Fee generation page for more information

Technology news

Inner Circuits, technology news blog (PawPrint login required)
Learn how to create, administer and join a Microsoft Lync meeting in the latest article from ETCS.

Website support

Tutorials and information about maintaining county and programmatic Web pages, style guidelines, training opportunities and policies.
MU Extension website support page

MU Extension social media
Like us, follow us on social media and find out more on using it

Disaster recovery effort documentation

Impact and evaluation forms for faculty and staff working with people impacted by flooding and tornadoes.
Flood/Tornado Assistance Impact and Follow-up (DOCX)
Missouri Flood and Tornado Recovery Questions (DOC)

MU Extension Emergency Management Guidance (PDF) Updated March 2011