Associate Professor Hadara Bar-Nadav's publication, Fountain and Furnace, was awarded the
2015 Sunken Garden Poetry Prize Winner by Tupelo Press.
Professor's Forstater, Kelton and Wray are among the
Nine People Who Saw the Greek Crisis Coming Years Before Everyone Else Did by
Associate Professor Bill Ashworth named the
Most Interested Man in Kansas City by KC Studio Magazine.
Prof. Deborah Smith, was quoted in the June
5, 2015 article in the Kansas City Star
"As birth rates decrease, baby boomers wait longer to be
Geosciences Dr. Syed E. Hasan Receives Fulbright Award
The New York Times' John Eligon interviews CJC's Ken Novak for
his June 1, 2015,
Missouri Reports Wide Racial Disparity in Traffic Stops
Professor Emeritus Hank Frankel Receives UM System President’s Award
Latina/Latino Studies Program Director, Dr. Miguel Carranza, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the NACCS (National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies) National Conference, April 18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.
The Kansas City Star's Mary Sanchez's April 9,
KC anti-violence campaign aims to plug hole by looking at parolees
CJC's involvement with the KC NoVA project.
The Durwood Foundation has renewed its scholarship gift for the MFA in Creative Writing and Media
Dr. Miguel Carranza awarded
NACCS Scholar 2015.
Norma Cantu named one of the
Top 25 Women in
review of Theatre's Frank Higgins' play Black Pearl Sings!
CJC's Dr. Andrew Fox was interviewed for the KC Star's
Unified front is needed to steer area youths from violent crimes
Urban Planning and Design Graduate Idris Raoufi featured in
The Pitch News article:
Five do-gooders quietly make it easier for KC to heart itself
Kansas City Police and Ken Novak:
Police are crunching data to stop murders before they happen
Mike Keefe, Pulitzer-Prize winning cartoonist and UMKC
Mathematics & Statistics Alumnus,
responds to the January 7th attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Stephanie Kelton is named chief Democratic economist on the
Senate Budget Committee
Students share ideas for new UMKC arts campus in downtown Kansas
Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology:
Using Research to Reduce Violent Crime
‘Warko’ Observatory Celebrates 40 Years
Economics' Dr. Eaton represents UMKC in the
Federal Reserve Research Center
Dr. Gentile and the Geosciences Museum