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Chancellor Leo E. Morton (center) with Chamber CEO James A. Heeter (left) and Kansas City Mayor Sly James (right)

Top Stories of 2014

A year of recognition: of achievements made, and tasks unfinished

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Entrepreneurial Passion and Drive

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Harison Pitchford, right, is the 2014 winner of the Bud Prize. Photo by Janet Rogers, Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications

Imagination at the Crossroads

AUP+D students visualize downtown campus and surroundings

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Photo by Janet Rogers, Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications

Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces

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Photo by Janet Rogers, Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications

Faculty Discoveries

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AUP+D Students Contribute to Arts Campus Plan

Students develop plans for integration into community, site planning for surrounding blocks and mixed-use development

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Chancellor Leo E. Morton (center) with Chamber CEO James A. Heeter (left) and Kansas City Mayor Sly James (right)

Kansas Citian of the Year

Chancellor honored by Greater Kansas City Chamber

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High Achievers Wanted

'Intensive' new MBA program for future leaders

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Julia Irene Kauffman and UMKC Chancellor Leo E. Morton

Seeds of Learning

UMKC Foundation honors Julia Irene Kauffman

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UMKC Participating in Federal Reserve Research Center

Three universities, Kauffman Foundation gain access to secure Census data

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