Graduating students who have excelled in both academic achievement and service may be nominated as a Vice Chancellor’s Honor Recipient. This program recognizes the exceptional students who maintain high scholastic performance while actively participating in University and community leadership and service activities outside of the classroom.
Congratulations to the Fall 2016 Honor Recipients!
- Kathleen Crow, Bloch School of Management, nominated by Anne Williamson
- Osasere Eke, School of Biological Sciences, nominated by LaNee’ Bridewell, Aaron Reed, and Kathleen Kilway
- Kartik Sreepada, School of Medicine, nominated by Cary Chelladurai
- Xiaomei Grazia Xiong, Bloch School of Management, nominated by Kami Thomas
The UMKC Women’s Center is partnering with Dress for Success Kansas City and Connections to Success to collect professional women’s clothing for women in need. The drive is Nov. 1 – Dec. 5.
Donate gently used, ready-to-wear women’s professional attire, shoes, handbags and accessories. Your support will help empower women towards achieving their career goals. Clothing sized 18 to 34 and shoes sized 9 to 14 are in particular need, including new pantyhose.
UMKC donation drop-off locations:
– Women’s Center, 5120 Rockhill Rd, 105 Haag Hall
– Administrative Center – Conference Facility, 5115 Oak. St.
– Student Union, 51st & Cherry St. 2nd Floor
– Atterbury Student Success Center, 5000 Holmes St, 1st Floor
– Bloch School of Management, 5110 Cherry St, 1st Floor Student Lounge
Donations are tax-deductible. For a tax receipt, contact Sarah Keen, email@example.com.
For more information, please contact 816-235-1638 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the UMKC Counseling Services for this two-part workshop, Address Your Stress! You will learn about stress, the impact it has on both your physical and mental health, and strategies to increase your overall well-being. Topics include sleep, time management, and psychological factors that impact stress.
Thursdays, Nov 3rd and Nov 10th, 9:30-10:30am in the MindBody Connection (Atterbury Student Success Center room 112).
To sign-up, please contact Dr. Sebastiano Procopio at email@example.com.
Counseling Services also offers other group sessions on Interpersonal Growth, Mindfulness, and Body Wellness. If you are interested in joining these groups, please contact Dr. Procopio.
Give thanks for good health!
Student Health & Wellness and MindBody Connection invite you to celebrate a week of good health. Stop by the MindBody Connection (Atterbury Student Success Center room 112) to visit with campus and community resources–there will be different resources each day to explore!
- Monday, Nov 7: Financial Health and Wellness
- Tuesday, Nov 8: Emotional Health and Wellness, part 1
- Wednesday, Nov 9: Physical Health and Wellness, part 1
- Thursday, Nov 10: Physical Health and Wellness, part 2
- Friday, Nov 11: Emotional Health and Wellness, part 2
For questions, contact Kate Melton at 816.235.5350.
The UMKC Department of Architecture, Planning + Design recently received an Outstanding Student Project award from the Missouri Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Missouri). The purpose of the APA Missouri awards is to recognize outstanding work conducted in the field of planning throughout the state of Missouri.
Outstanding Student Project: #UMKC Spaces Student Exploration of Places
At the invitation of the UMKC Trustees, students from UMKC’s Urban Planning + Design conducted an assessment of the urban design of UMKC’s Volker Campus. The studio examined: the human experience on campus, walk and bike circulation, campus monuments, and campus gateways. Students and the University promoted an Instagram photo and hashtag campaign #UMKCspaces to collect images of great spaces on campus, which were geocoded and mapped. Students identified 5 planning and urban design opportunities that show how the Campus might better meet the needs of students: Activate Troost, Intensify Cherry and 51st Street Node, Prioritize Public Streets, Deploy Modern and Functional Signage, and Rethink Surface Parking.
Logging into electronic resources with your UMKC username and password confirms your identity and grants authorization to access University systems. This makes passwords at the forefront of protecting your personal information as well as the University’s data.
The University has partnered with the Secure Authentication toolkit to provide a second layer of password safety. The toolkit requires an additional authentication scheme (security questions) for users to gain access to these systems.
Use of these tools is now required to reset your University password, and will be required for access to myHR and other protected systems in 2017. Register your security data now!
To register and/or change your password, visit the new IS webpage at https://www.umkc.edu/is/password/.
For questions about the Secure Authentication Toolkit, visit the UM FAQ at https://www.umsystem.edu/ums/is/infosec/secure_authentication_toolkit_faq