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The Missouri Innovation Campus, Corporate and Educational Partners
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Missouri Innovation Campus Partners Join Commitment to Expand College Access at White House Event

Contact: Jeff Murphy
WARRENSBURG - 12/4/14 - Representatives of the University of Central Missouri, Lee's Summit R-7 School District, and Metropolitan Community College-Longview today join President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Vice President Joe Biden to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college.
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Innovation Campuses Grab the National Spotlight

The Kansas City Star, July 27, 2013
At a visit to the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, President Barack Obama called it "exactly the kind of innovation we need when it comes to college costs."
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New State Law Signifies Momentum at The Missouri Innovation Campus

Contact: Jeff Murphy
WARRENSBURG - 7/16/2013 - Missouri students will reap the benefits of recently signed legislation.
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MIC Students Gain Valuable Experience Through Summer Internships

Contact: Jeff Murphy
WARRENSBURG - 7/16/2013 - The Missouri Innovation Campus offers uniques opportunities.
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Video Clips

"Last year, I announced my administration awarded $9 million in grants to establish innovation campuses throughout Missouri, including the very first one right here at the University of Central Missouri ... "
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"It's a simple and powerful idea, giving students more valuable skills, greater opportunities in less time, and less cost ..."
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"We're here to take the next step for our innovation campuses by signing Senate Bill 381 into law. This legislation formalizes the innovation campus model, ensuring that the progress and momentum of this important initiative will continue ..."
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Max Ostrander is part of the first group of Missouri Innovation Campus Students Max Ostrander, a student from Lee's Summit West High School, is part of the first cohort of students participating in The Missouri Innovation Campus.
Students at The MIC are getting career preparation in information technology

Students at The Missouri Innovation Campus, Joey Nooner, left, Lee's Summit West High School, and Armaja LaRue-Hill, Raytown South High School, are getting career preparation in information technology.

The Summit Technology Academy where The MIC students take courses

Students enrolled in The Missouri Innovation Campus begin by taking dual credit courses at the Summit Technology Academy, part of the Lee's Summit R-7 School District.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon at the University of Central Missouri

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon called The Missouri Innovation Campus a "model for our nation" when he signed Senate Bill 381, legislation benefitting innovation campuses across the state.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nison signs Senate Bill 381 at UCM

With legislators and many individuals who are involved in The Missouri Innovation Campus behind him, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signs into law Senate Bill 381, which will benefit innovation campuses across the state. The signing took place at the University of Central Missouri July 11.