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Nominate Someone for a 2015 UMKC Alumni Award

February 3rd, 2014 · Comments Off · Academic units, Affiliated groups, Alumni, Awards and honors, Staff, University Advancement

[The following was provided by UMKC Advancement.] The UMKC Alumni Association honors extraordinary alumni each year at the annual Celebration Alumni Awards event. We invite you to nominate a graduate who, through service and achievements, personifies UMKC’s tradition of excellence.

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Vote Nov. 5 in Jackson County: UMKC Research is on the Ballot

October 21st, 2013 · Comments Off · Academic units, Administration, Affiliated groups, Alumni, Community Connections, Diversity, Faculty, Government and Higher Education, Life Sciences, Mission and Goals, Research, Staff, Students, Technology, University Advancement

[The following was provided by the Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications.] University of Missouri-Kansas City researchers are pioneering prevention, treatments and cures for medical conditions that especially affect Jackson County residents.

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State of the University: Transcript of the Chancellor’s Speech

October 7th, 2013 · Comments Off · Academic programs, Academic units, Administration, Affiliated groups, Alumni, Communications, Community Connections, Divisions, Departments and Centers, Faculty, General Education, Mission and Goals, Promotion and Tenure, Staff, Students, Support services, University Advancement, University System, Visual and Performing Arts

 [The following was submitted by the Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications.] Governor Nixon, Mayor James, County Executive Sanders, President Wolfe, former chancellors, Benefactors, Friends, Alumni, Faculty, Staff,

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First Hospital Hill Student Housing Bridges Kansas City’s Racial Dividing Line

October 7th, 2013 · Comments Off · Administration, Affiliated groups, Alumni, Capital improvements, Community Connections, Diversity, Divisions, Departments and Centers, Faculty, Government and Higher Education, Life Sciences, Mission and Goals, Parking, Students, University Advancement, University System

[The following was provided by the Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications.] Kansas City Mayor Sly James stood at the University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Hospital Hill Campus, with a background of the glimmering downtown skyline to the west and the campus’ first student apartments under construction to the east. Troost Avenue divided them.

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Growing By Design: UMKC Unveils Strategic Enrollment Management Plan

July 8th, 2013 · Comments Off · Academic programs, Academic units, Administration, Announcement, Communications, Divisions, Departments and Centers, General Education, Mission and Goals, Staff, Students, University Advancement

[The following was provided by the Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications.] Unlike most 80-year-olds, the University of Missouri-Kansas City is in the midst of a growth spurt – and looking to accelerate it.

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$20 Million Gift Boosts Downtown Campus

July 8th, 2013 · Comments Off · Academic programs, Academic units, Announcement, Arts and Literature, Awards and honors, Capital improvements, Community Connections, Concerts, Divisions, Departments and Centers, Faculty, Mission and Goals, Staff, Students, University Advancement, Visual and Performing Arts

[The following was provided by the Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications.] The Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation has pledged $20 million toward the creation of a Downtown Campus for the Arts for the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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Troy Lillebo Appointed to Mayor’s “Challenge Cabinet”

March 25th, 2013 · Comments Off · Government and Higher Education, University Advancement

[The following was provided by University Advancement] Troy Lillebo, assistant vice chancellor for external relations, has been appointed by Kansas City Mayor Sly James to serve on the mayor’s “Challenge Cabinet,” a group of 30 young professionals that will act as an advisory panel to the city’s government.

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UMKC Honors Outstanding Alumni at Awards Luncheon on April 18

October 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off · Affiliated groups, Alumni, Awards and honors, Community Connections, Faculty, Staff, University Advancement

[The following was provided by the Office of Public Relations.] The UMKC Class of 2013 Alumni Award recipients includes a Deputy Surgeon General for the United States Air Force, the lead product planner for the Toyota Prius, an international expert in vision research and treatment, a literacy pioneer and the creator of India’s most popular […]

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UMKC celebrates groundbreaking for Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall for Entrepreneurship and Innovation*

March 13th, 2012 · Comments Off · Academic programs, Academic units, Administration, Budget and Finances, Capital improvements, Community Connections, UMKC Foundation, University Advancement

On March 8, 2012, UMKC hosted the groundbreaking for the new Bloch School expansion, the Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The building was made possible by a $32 million gift from Henry W. Bloch. See UMKC Office of Public Relations feature story for more information. [*All content and images subject to […]

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Nominations for 2013 alumni awards open, close March 1

February 7th, 2012 · Comments Off · Academic units, Alumni, Awards and honors, Community Connections, Diversity, Divisions, Departments and Centers, University Advancement

[The following was provided by UMKC Division of University Advancement.] UMKC Alumni Association has announced that nominations are open for the 2013 annual awards for alumni who, through their service and achievements, personify UMKC’s tradition of excellence. Nominations close March 1, 2012. The nominations form is available online.

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