Make the most of your summer! Join us for this semester’s series of Student Success Seminars, presented by Academic Support and Mentoring, Career Services, The MindBody Connection, UMKC Central, UMKC Libraries, and the Writing Studio.
All seminars will be held in the Atterbury Student Success Center room 238.
|Preparing for the Roo-Writer
||Wed June 22
|Creating Your Resume
||Thurs. June 30
|Developing Critical Thinking Skills
||Wed. July 6
|Preparing for the Roo-Writer
||Wed. July 13
|Creating Your Resume
||Tues. July 19
|Understanding your Learning Style
||Thurs. July 21
Two UMKC students, Nicolette Wallis and Matthew Bingesser, were recently named Summer 2016 UMKC Truman Center Washington Interns.
Chosen in a competitive process among UMKC undergraduate applicants, they will join interns from the other University of Missouri campuses living together in condos near the Capitol and working in offices of Missouri representatives and senators.
Wallis, who is a double major in Urban Planning & Design and Economics, will work for Missouri Rep. Emanuel Cleaver. Bingesser, a political science major with a minor in economics, will work for Missouri Rep. Vicky Hartzler.
Curbs, sidewalks and crosswalks ADA repairs are scheduled for areas on the Volker Campus starting mid-June and running through Aug. 12.
The work includes the demolition and removal of existing curb and gutter; and installation and improvement to curb, pavement and sidewalks.
The five locations are:
- Intersection of Cherry Street and Bixby Lane
- Intersection of Cherry Street and 51st Street
- Intersection of Cherry Street and 52nd Street
- South side of 50th Street between Rockhill Road and Troost Avenue
- 51st Street between Holmes Street and Rockhill Road
Temporary lane and sidewalk closures and or/detours should be expected during this time. The contractor will provide for and maintain access to all facilities throughout the duration of construction, and will provide traffic control, signage and fencing as necessary.
Good news! Student parking permits will now be mailed directly to you. The goal with this new process is to eliminate the long lines and wait time going into the Parking and Transportation office at the beginning of each semester to pick up a parking pass.
What is different – during the application process a temporary permit will be available to print out. Simply place the temporary permit on your dash until the official permit arrives in the mail. Students will still need to visit the office for a replacement permit.
More information: http://www.umkc.edu/finadmin/parking/permits.cfm .
I’ve heard the HelpLine is a good resource for UMKC students, staff and faculty. What is it and how does it work?
The UMKC Student HelpLine offers a confidential, independent and neutral resource for problem solving, referrals and information sharing for our campus community. Contact the HelpLine with questions and concerns about UMKC policies, procedures and resources.
The UMKC Student HelpLine serves students, staff, faculty and the community via phone, e-mail, walk-ins and appointments. For more information, visit info.umkc.edu/saem/helpline/. The UMKC Student HelpLine is located in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management in the Administrative Center room 336, and can be contacted at (816) 235-2222 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Note: this is a repost of UMKC Climate: Campus Resources, a weekly feature in UMatters that answers questions that faculty, staff and students raised during the UMKC listening sessions and report-out forums during the winter and spring. If you have an additional question to ask, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each semester, the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management calls for nominations of exceptional graduating students who have maintained high academic achievements while providing leadership and service to the University and our community.
Congratulations to the students selected as the Spring 2016 Honor Recipients!
- Caren Abraham, School of Dentistry – nominated by Richie Bigham
- Gloria Anderson, School of Education – nominated by Breann Branch
- Amber Arshad, College of Arts and Sciences – nominated by Dr. Andrea Drew Gounev and Dr. Kathleen Kilway
- Ida Ayalew, College of Arts and Sciences – nominated by Dr. Angela Cottrell, LaNee Bridewell, and Sandra DuPree
- Faiza Chaudhry, School of Education – nominated by Dr. Angela Cottrell, Tara McGuffin, and Chiluba Musonda
- Haley Crane, Conservatory of Music and Dance – nominated by Katie Garey
- Howard Ehana, School of Computing and Engineering – nominated by Sandy Gault
- Charles Harris, College of Arts and Sciences – nominated by Dr. Mona Lyne and Keichanda Dees-Burnett
- Patricia Hoover, School of Pharmacy – nominated by Dr. Cameron Lindsey
- Rachel Howland, School of Pharmacy – nominated by Dr. Angela Brownfield
- Klorissa Kavan, School of Nursing and Health Studies – nominated by Dr. Eric Grospitch
- Chelsea Light, School of Medicine – nominated by Dr. Holli Paulk
- Jazmin Richardson, School of Nursing and Health Studies – nominated by Dr. Sally Ellis Fletcher, Ronalda Cole-Manney, Tiffany Williams, and Sandra DuPree
- Loreley Robie, School of Medicine – nominated by Dr. Peter Koulen
- Caroline Zeller, School of Dentistry – nominated by Richie Bigham