• A Whole New
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    Giuliano Mingucci is a video director for the Kansas City Royals and a UMKC alumnus. He sees almost every single home game of the season.

  • Spotlight Roo


    Meet an actor, a horticulturalist and a White House employee in the October edition of eRoos.

  • The Art of Style

    Designer Roberta Oaks Power (BA '02) makes waves with Hawaiian street fashion.
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  • 2015 Alumni Awards

    Check out the amazing alumni and friends who will be celebrated at our annual Gala Luncheon.

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An Unexpected Journey: One Roo's Road to the White House

Alumna Teresa Chaurand received a rare opportunity to work in the White House for the Office of Presidential Personnel.

Gardens and Gratitude

Alumnus Spencer Crews received top honors in Omaha for his work in the arts at the distinguished Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha's premier botanical gardens.

The Art of Style: Alumna opens clothing store in Hawaii

Designer Roberta Oaks (2002, B.A.) Powers makes waves with Hawaiian street fashion. She runs Roberta Oaks Hawaii, a line of retro-cool clothing in Hawaii.

School of Graduate Studies Celebrates 50 Years

The UMKC School of Graduate studies celebrates 50 years throughout the fall semester.

Alumni Awards Class Announced

A doctor who serves indigenous people, an accomplished fundraiser and political consultant, and minimal and electroacoustic music label owners are among those being honored with UMKC alumni awards in 2015.

Alumna honors mentor by helping African girls

Wumi Alabi (Ph.D. '10), left,founded a program for girls to study math and science in her native Nigeria. The program is named after her mentor, fellow alumna Linda Hood Talbott.


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