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Lynda Bonewald will serve as director for the newly formed musculoskeletal disease research consortium. Photo by Janet Rogers, Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications

Three Kansas City Health Sciences Schools Partner in Consortium

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Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces

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UMKC, TMC to Leverage Cerner Health Facts Data in Research

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School of Nursing and Health Studies in Top 20 – Again!

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The Challenge: To Make Change

TAASU Freedom Breakfast observes civil rights movement

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Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces

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UMKC Earns Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement

Foundation cites schools for ‘making a difference in communities’

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Three-Peat!

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Chancellor’s Holiday Tea

Faculty and staff celebrate holiday season

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Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces

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