Through numerous events and activities, UMKC student pharmacists and their faculty mentors make a huge difference in the health of thousands of people throughout the Kansas City area and across Missouri. As a result, a UMKC School of Pharmacy student group has been named among the best in the country again.
The UMKC chapter of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) was first runner up in the the Division AA National Chapter Achievement Award, placing UMKC in the top seven out of more than 125 APhA-ASP chapters, announced recently at the American Pharmacists Association annual meeting in San Francisco. The UMKC chapter has ranked in top spots many times in recent years.
Each year, the award is given to APhA-ASP chapters across the nation based on originality of programs, number of chapter members involved, impact on the community, benefit to student pharmacists and collaboration with other healthcare organizations.
UMKC School of Pharmacy faculty advisers include Kelly Cochran; Sarah Cox and Angela Brownfield at the Columbia campus; Cameron Lindsey, Valerie Ruehter and Andrew Bzowyckyj in Kansas City; and Lisa Cillessen and Heather Taylor in Springfield.
On Wed. April 12, 2017 the Libraries are hosting our 5th annual International Students Day, and this year we are celebrating our students from Vietnam! Throughout the event there will be sampling of authentic Vietnamese foods, a special guest speaker, and various performances and activities organized by the Vietnamese Students Association at UMKC. Activities are scheduled from 3-5pm.
More details and schedule can be found here: http://library.umkc.edu/blog/news-blog/node/254
The event is FREE, but please register here: http://umkclaw.link/celebratevietnam
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Summer Session at UMKC
Catch Up. Stay on Track. Get Ahead.
Spending the summer at UMKC is a great way to meet your goals. With flexible scheduling, a variety of classes, online offerings, and in-state tuition for area Kansas students, UMKC’s summer session is the ideal way to set your own pace and start strong in the fall!
Enroll today and choose a session that’s right for you.
2017 Summer Session Schedule:
- First 4-Week Session — June 5 – June 30
- First 5-Week Session — May 22 – June 23
- 8-Week Session — June 5 – July 28
- Second 4-Week Session — July 3 – July 28
- Second 5–Week Session — June 26 – July 28
Our brand is one of our strongest assets, and it’s important that everyone at UMKC understand how to support and preserve it. Sign up for an upcoming brand workshop, presented by the Division of Strategic Marketing and Communications, to gain a clear understanding of the UMKC brand and learn how to be a brand advocate for the university.
This training will explore the reasons why branding is such an effective tool and give concrete examples of how you can be a brand advocate for UMKC. We will also provide resources and contact information to help you resolve questions and provide feedback in the future.
Learn about the power of branding. Click here to sign up.
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|Hospital Hill – SOM Theater B
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The AIDS Service Foundation’s AIDS Walk Kansas City 2017 will be held on Saturday, April 29 at Theis Park. The walk is 3.4 miles and will take approximately 2.5 hours. Registration opens at 8 a.m.; the program with music and fun begins at 9; and the walk starts at 10 a.m.
UMKC is partnering with the AIDS Walk again this year. The planning committee has adapted the route so that approximately one third of the walk will be on campus. The route will hit our campus at the intersection of Volker and Rockhill, travel south on Cherry St. to 52nd St., over to Oak St. and 52nd St., and then north up to Theis Park. The entire walk will take place on sidewalks, and no streets on campus will be closed.
More than 3,000 walkers are expected to participate in the free event. There is no charge to walk.
Theis Park is located at the intersection of Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. and Oak St., east of the Plaza and south of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer along the UMKC route to provide direction and support, contact Troy Lillebo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional details about the walk, visit the AIDS Walk Kansas City website.