UniverCities Exchange, an ongoing collaborative project between UMKC and UMSL, gathers community leadership alongside academic expertise to discuss problems and possible solutions to issues affecting the Kansas City and St. Louis Metro Areas.
Topic: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Department of Economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) invites you to a discussion of the book ‘Mobile Girls Koottam: Working Women Speak’, featuring the author, Madhumita Dutta, Assistant Professor of Geography at Ohio State University, and co-creators, Sam PC and Madhushree.
Since 2008, UMKC’s Divison of Diversity and Inclusion has hosted the annual César Chávez Lecture for UMKC students, staff, faculty and the Kansas City community.
UMKC’s Critical Conversations series is about taking thoughtful action on campus and in our community to ensure lasting and comprehensive reform through Roos Advocate for Community Change, a campus-wide effort announced in June following the death of George Floyd in 2020.
Join Dr. Pamela Newkirk on Friday, April 8th at 6PM CST to learn about her most recent work, “Diversity, Inc”.
Join us for a fascinating panel discussion in-person or on Zoom to celebrate International Working Women’s Day, Tuesday, March 8th, 11 am
The Center for Neighborhoods is hosting a series of voter registration drives in the community.
UMKC’s Students Training in Academia, Health, and Research (STAHR) Partnership is a two-part program to increase the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds entering health care programs and to better prepare them for success.
Empowering dialogue examining the impact of privilege, power, race, and biases across structural systems of service and best practices for transformative change.
Join us for a fun hands-on way to engage in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). In the past, students have worked on projects like building a structurally sound bridge, developing coating for pills, understanding features of buoyancy and static electricity, creating towers, and more.