Our mission is to go beyond current opioid coalition efforts as we will be purposefully applying organizational science, workforce development strategy, and systems engineering to assist rural communities in developing an R-NetWORC Center to combat OUD.
How Caribbean and African artists use crafts to represent the world
A Jazz summer camp for students of all experience levels entering grades 7-12.
Join industry expert, April Mullen, as she shares a proven methodology for creating a strategy that delivers exceptional customer experiences and drives a longer-term marketing ROI.
This class is for anyone wanting to learn the ins and outs of organic and paid search and building a strategy for success. No prior experience in SEO or SEM is required.
This is offered online only!! The class schedule is From 9am-5pm. It will have one break in the morning, and one in the afternoon, as well as a one hour lunch.
The Chancellor’s Arts Showcase is an annual event where audience members get to experience Mizzou art in all its forms; music, theatre, fine art, and more. The evening highlights artistic work and performances by students, faculty, and alumni.
By using Facebook advertising you can easily and effectively reach a VERY specific target audience and see great engagement levels with minimum budget commitment.
You will learn about the basics of CRM Strategy and work in real CRMs including HubSpot and Salesforce in a safe live classroom.
NPR correspondent Brian Mann went to Ukraine as part of the team who covered the war. Join us for this virtual event Tuesday evening to be a part of the conversation where he shares his experiences, including some of the stories that didn’t make it on air.
The Chancellor’s Certificate in Workplace Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) is a highly interactive, cohort-based, online professional development program that explores the concepts of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
Are you ready to ensure you have a good web analytics approach in place? In this 3-day intensive boot camp, you will tackle many aspects of web analytics.
Missouri S&T introduces a new community outreach program designed to raise awareness of the university among community leaders.
In an evening devoted to the “Art of the Brew”, Schlafly Lead Brewer Jared Williamson joins the Arianna String Quartet for what is always an entertaining and memorable discussion focusing on craft, process, working tradition, and the history of two of St. Louis’ small batch specialties – Schlafly beer and the ASQ.
From Beethoven’s individualism to Phillip Glass’s minimalism and beyond, each fresh approach challenged listeners to reconsider the expressive potential of classical concert music. Continuing in this tradition of breaking new ground, the American composers featured on tonight’s program include music from a variety of traditions we don’t always hear in the concert hall.
Missouri S&T mining engineering students host the annual Haunted Mine fundraiser each October.
The Kummer Center for STEM Education provides equal access and opportunity to underserved, underrepresented and rural communities in Missouri.
The War in Ukraine and US Foreign Policy: Strengthening NATO and (Re)establishing American Influence in Europe
Former governor and ambassador to both China and Russia, Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., will be the featured speaker for CHINA Town Hall 2022, a national conversation on how the U.S.-China relationship affects our cities, towns, and communities, on November 16.
We look forward to next year’s festival and your continued support. This festival is designed to support the development of participating schools’ music programs.
This abridged version of Saint Louis Ballet’s The Nutcracker was created for younger audiences and those with limited attention spans.
The four-time championship-winning Ambassadors of Harmony will offer their combination of barbershop harmonies and clever choreography in their popular annual holiday concert, “Sounds of the Season.”
Air Force Band of Mid-America to perform holiday concert at the Touhill Performing Arts Center.
Make plans to come and enjoy the creative work of Normandy Schools Collaborative 3rd graders as they present their original musical, “The Big Bad Day.”
Summer music camp open to Violin, Viola, and Cello Students. Scholarships are available.
Join us for a chance to go behind the scenes of our Lights, Audio, Action! podcast. Meet the cast and producers, hear some of their favorite clips as they share the stories behind each podcast.
Go behind the scenes with the Arianna String Quartet as they delve into one of Beethoven’s last compositions. Written in the 1820s, the “Late Quartets” continue to challenge performers and audiences alike with their alluring beauty and expressive complexities.
STLCyberCon is a free cybersecurity conference for students, researchers, practitioners, and job seekers bringing together ideas and people from around the St. Louis region. Breakfast, lunch, coffee, and snacks included.
Celebrate 50 years of STLPR with a street festival full of food, fun & festivities.
A series of lectures on Greek culture.
We’ve curated hundreds of volunteer opportunities for you as part of UMKC’s Weekend of Service.
Put on your Roo Blue and come see the Kansas City Roos take on North Dakota State in their final game of the regular season with your friends, family, and neighbors!
Community Members are invited to join UMKC students in collecting toys for patients at Children’s Mercy.
UMKC’s Health and Wellness Video Series is a collection of six videos produced during UMKC’s 2021 Engagement Month Celebration. Each video highlights ways that UMKC is contributing to important work in the community in the field of healthcare.
Gregg Deal’s exhibition Yadooa Hookwu (I Will Speak Now), explores indigenous identity through multiple forms of expression.
Join us for an in-depth look at how the arts and specifically the Mizzou Theatre department continued their craft of telling stories over the last 20 months. Hear from students and faculty about the power of community and how they have learned to measure their lives in love.
MU Extension Community Economic Development Field Specialist Richard Proffer meets regularly with Risco residents to guide them to establishing a local limited use food store.
MU Extension & Engagement will be hosting a food drive to benefit Tiger Pantry, October 22nd, 2021 from 7:30AM-1:00PM. The food drop-off location will be at the North entrance of Hitt Street garage in Columbia.
Join us for the second session in a two-part conversation on the opioid epidemic. We’ll discuss various approaches to addressing this health emergency in both urban and rural settings and find out how the average Missourian can get involved.
The Engagement Fellows Program allows our faculty to make personal connections and deliver on our important mission to disseminate and apply knowledge for the benefit of all Missourians.
UMKC Enactus students developed an app to help restaurants donate excess food to local pantries for people in need.
The pantry ensures no Roo goes without, especially during the pandemic
UM System Extension and Engagement Week culminates in statewide days of service. UMKC has cultivated over 500 individual opportunities to serve on campus and in our local community.
The Community can take advantage of these great promotional events through Kansas City Athletics.
Field experience in the community in your chosen profession is a hallmark of a UMKC education.