Today aims to strengthen the lifelong connection between UCM faculty, staff, students and friends from all generations. The quarterly publication is published by the offices of University Relations and Alumni Relations and Development.

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In this Issue

Building a Career One Change at a Time

Jones Reflects on Muleskinner to Corporate Vice President Public Relations Success More...

Giving Back through Music

For Ferndorf, Quality Education Deserves Quality Friendship More...

Battling Pandemic from the Front Line

Hoelscher Researches Influenza at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control More...

Central Missouri Sees the Light, and it's Green to Go

Sustainability Project Largest among US Universities More...


Feature:
Central Yesterday

Central Yesterday

Remembering Blacklight Inventor William Byler

Midway through each spring semester, the UCM campus community awaits the announcement of the highest honor afforded a member of the university's faculty, the William F. Byler Distinguished Faculty Award. More...

Today Online Extra

UCM Today Online Extra

Cook Named Outstanding Alumnus during Fantastical Campus Concert

In a year filled with exceptional music achievements, 2008 American Idol and UCM alumnus David Cook has added the University of Central Missouri Outstanding Recent Alumni Award to a growing collection of honors. More...

A Word from the President

A Word from the President

Excelling on a National Scale

As an academic community, the University of Central Missouri has a proud tradition of providing experiences for its students that go beyond the lecture hall. Such opportunities add value to students' education by providing venues in which they can apply what they've learned in the classroom to the real world. More...