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Architecture that Compounds Interest

Students compete to design building that promotes the activity inside

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Airport Expert Andrew Thomas to Speak Oct. 18

Will deliver Kivett/Seligson Lecture on "Climate, Culture and Place: The Airport Reconsidered"

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Study: Racial divide in eviction data in Jackson County

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Summer of Discovery: Where Passion Meets Scholarship

Undergraduate Students Showcase Findings from Research Opportunities

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A New FOCUS

AUP+D students revisit city’s master plan after 20 years

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Preparing Students for Work

UMKC AUP+D sponsors urban planning internship fair

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Dec. 17: ‘G’ Day at UMKC

Missouri novelist Daniel Woodrell awarded honorary doctorate

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KC’s dollar houses: ‘Taking something ugly and making it beautiful’

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Architect John Ruble to Discuss Urban Design Issues

Will deliver Kivett/Seligson Lecture on "Shaping Cities: The Architect as Community Organizer"

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Power Tools for Neighborhoods

Center for Neighborhoods celebrates first class of newly empowered leaders and advocates

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