GAF APPLICATION DEADLINE REMINDER – DECEMBER 2
UMKC Women’s Council 2014 Graduate Assistance Fund application process is open now until December 2, 2013 at 5 p.m.
UMKC women graduate students in a post-baccalaureate approved program of study in A&S, SBS, BSOM, Conservatory, SOE, SCE, Graduate Studies, Nursing and first professional women students in Dentistry, Law, Medicine and Pharmacy.
Apply to Fund:
Research projects, scholarly activities, travel to present papers, workshop attendance, and other special needs.
Funding requests up to $2,000!
For more information on eligible requests and general information, go to www.umkcwc.org and click on the Apply Now button. For specific questions, email email@example.com or call 816-235-2452.
“Almost, Maine” By John Cariani and directed by John Rensenhouse.
“Welcome to Almost, Maine, a town that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States—it’s almost in Canada. And it almost doesn’t exist. Because its residents never got around to getting organized. So it’s just…Almost. One cold, clear Friday night in the middle of winter, while the northern lights hover in the sky above, Almost’s residents find themselves falling in and out of love in the strangest ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. Love is lost, found, and confounded. And life for the people of Almost, Maine will never be the same. It’s love. But not quite.”
The show previews Nov. 29 & 30 and Dec. 3 and runs Dec. 4 – 8 at Studio 116, Olson PAC.
Student tickets are $6! Buy online here!
Students who work on campus–you can receive your W-2 faster and greener by e-consenting to receive it electronically!
The 2013 W-2 will be available in January, but you are encouraged to log in to myHR now to provide consent to receive your W-2 in electronic format. By providing consent before December 31, 2013, you will be notified via email as soon as your W-2 is ready for viewing in myHR. Electronic access to your W-2 in myHR will be much quicker than waiting for a hard copy of the tax statement to arrive in your postal mailbox. The process is secure and worry-free.
Act now so you do not miss the end of the year deadline!
Log in to myHR (myHR.umsystem.edu) and navigate to Self Service > Payroll and Compensation > W-2/W-2c Consent to provide your consent.
UMKC Student Health and Wellness is hosting a FREE Immunization Clinic on the Volker Campus: Student Union Lobby from Noon to 4pm on December 5th. This clinic is sponsored by the Kansas City Health Department, which receives a grant for FREE adult immunizations (+18).
Immunizations are not just for children. There are many important adult vaccinations to keep you healthy and prevent the spread of disease. One of the most important vaccinations for college students is for Meningitis. This can be a serious bacterial or viral infection that attacks the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord.
If you are not able to attend the FREE Immunization Clinic, these free immunizations are also available at the Kansas City Health Department, 2400 Troost Avenue.
Visiting Curator Daniel Fuller presents public lecture Allowing for Failure
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 9 am in Fine Arts Building 106
The Department of Art & Art History in UMKC’s College of Arts & Sciences is proud to host a lecture by Daniel Fuller, the Director at The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) at Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine. Fuller has presented exhibitions and projects that have happened within the ICA and some that have worked against ICA. Fuller is most interested in utilizing the teaching gallery to embrace the intrinsic value of risk.
Fuller received his MA in Museum Studies from Syracuse University. He has written for art:21 Blog, Art in America Online, and Art on Paper, among others. He has worked at ICA since 2010, with previous curatorial experience with the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage in Philadelphia and Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill, NY.
Did you know that the Counseling Center website is full of helpful information you can access even if you never walk through our doors? You may want to know how to handle stress, how to help a friend, or how to cope with a loss. Or you may want to know if your problems are severe enough to warrant coming in for help.
You can take a self-assessment for depression, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, or an eating disorder. You can also research mental health conditions or find a different approach to manage your concerns. Need some help with relaxation? Want to track your mood to find out when you are feeling well and when you are struggling?
Our website can direct you to helpful apps and other online resources to help you with these concerns and many others. Check it out today at www.umkc.edu/counselingcenter and click on “Self-Help Resources” on the left side of the page. Contact Dr. Rachel Pierce (235-5186) with any questions.