Graduating students who have excelled in both academic achievement and community service may be nominated as a Vice Chancellor’s Honor Recipient. This recognition honors students who maintain high scholastic performance while actively participating in University and community activities outside the classroom.
Congratulations to the Spring 2013 Honor Recipients!
• Deepti Bankapur, SCE (ECE) – Nominated by Deborah O’Bannon and LaShaundra Randolph
• Joshua Boehm, A&S (UP+D) – Nominated by Sungyop Kim
• Christine Burleson, A&S (Psychology) – Nominated by Jannette Berkley-Patton
• Ashley Capps, Pharmacy – Nominated by Cameron Lindsey
• Melony Chakrabarty, Medicine – Nominated by Connie Beachler
• Andrew Dang, Biology – Nominated by Tammy Welchert
• Krishna Doddapaneni, SCE (Computer Science) – Nominated by Jamie Kanki
• Karol Gil Vasquez, A&S (Economics) – Nominated by John Henry
• Collin Herman, A&S (Chemistry) and Biology – Nominated by Kathleen Kilway and Loretta Sanderson Klamm
• Ryan Holbrook, A&S (Chemistry) – Nominated by Kathleen Kilway
• Brandon Jackson, A&S (Chemistry) – Nominated by LaShaundra Randolph
• Mena Kerolus, Medicine – Nominated by Agostino Molteni
• Sarah Meiners, Biology – Nominated by Aaron Reed and Ursula Gurney
• James Mitchell, A&S (Environmental Studies) – Nominated by Caroline Davies
• Ashika Odhav, Medicine – Nominated by Kathy Kinder
• Amy Quinn, Law – Nominated by Nancy Levit
• Bethany Rippy, Biology – Nominated by Hazel Jones
• Jamison Ryan, Biology – Nominated by Aaron Reed and Bill Smith
• Jouliana Sadek, Graduate Studies (Molecular Biology and BioChemistry) – Nominated by Sandy Gault
The Fulbright Program is funded through the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The Fulbright Program provides funding for students, scholars, teachers, and professionals to undertake graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools. This competitive program requires applicants to undergo an extensive application process. UMKC is proud to announce students selected to receive one of these prestigious awards:
- John Chittum, Doctoral Student at the Conservatory, will be studying in Sweden (one of ten selected out of 45 applicants)
English Teaching Assistantships
- Kate Tankel, Education and Spanish, will be teaching in Ecuador (one of three selected out of 52 applicants)
- Nathan Hoffmann, French and Cello, will be teaching in Belgium (one of two selected out of 31 applicants)
Cash for your textbooks!
Done studying? looking for some summer spending cash? Bring your textbooks back to the bookstore and sell them back! Plus, enter to win prizes with every books you sell back!
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- May 6-10, 8am – 6pm
- May 13-17, 8am – 6pm
- May 20-21, 8am – 4pm
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Reserve your books for Fall! Enroll now in the Early Bird program: and when you register, the Bookstore does all the work for you!
Register for Early Bird Textbook Reservations!
Studying for finals? Check out the following locations and hours for your studying comfort and convenience…and be sure to catch a break with a free massage or cuddle with a therapy dog, too!
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