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National Policing Innovator Stephens Receives Honorary Doctorate of Laws
Dramatic, suspenseful hit television shows such as CSI and Law & Order may have sparked interest in the policing professional, but after 35 years of experience, Darrel Stephens '77 insists that law enforcement today is not for those with an adventurous spirit. What it needs most are people who are dedicated to service.
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Degrees in Hand, Johnson Prefers Songs of Her Heart
UCM alumna Negleatha Jones Johnson is a woman of soul, of passion. Her award-winning gospel albums have taken her around the globe paving the way for a life in ministry and music.
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Three Departments Commend Successful Alumni
Three of Central Missouri's alumni returned to campus this spring to be honored for personal and professional achievements throughout their careers. Beth Leonard received the Ed See Outstanding Theatre Alumnus Award. Paul Specht was honored as the Department of Safety Sciences Distinguished Alumnus. Pat Setser was named the Department of Music Distinguished Alumnus.
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Consider Mahoney, the Woman Who Sold the World
It's unusual to think of a city as a saleable commodity. It's even more unusual to think of a city having a sales rep or even being sold. But for 2001 UCM graduate Laren Mahoney, communications manager for the Kansas City Convention and Visitors Association, selling Kansas City, MO, is exactly what she does.
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Thrills Nonstop When Nick Guevel Goes to Work
Nick Guevel's life has its ups and downs but for the most part, it's literally a big world of fun.  At the age of 24, Guevel already has separated himself from the pack. As the public relations manager of Kansas City's Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun, Guevel has his sights on a big career in big business.
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