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University of Central Missouri
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Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660-543-4112


UCM Videos Featuring President Ambrose

Seasons Greetings - December 2012
UCM President Ambrose had the opportunity to prepare for the holidays with Mo the Mule and some great kids from UCM's day care facility. Together, they were able to really get into the holiday spirit.

Central Missouri Tomorrow - Episode 4, October 2012
Missouri's Katy Trail State Park is a ribbon of crushed limestone that stretches 240 miles. It cuts across central Missouri in an old rail bed from its beginning in Clinton to its end on the east side of the state near St. Charles. Host, Chuck Ambrose, president of the University of Central Missouri, visits with civic and government leaders and a business owner as he rides the Katy Trail from Sedalia, through Boonville, and on to the Missouri River town of Rocheport. On the trip, he speaks with Elaine Horn, the mayor of Sedalia. In Boonville, he meets up with Bill Bryan, director of Missouri State Parks. At his final destination in Rocheport, he is welcomed by Larry Horning, owner of Trailside Cafe and Bike Shop.

Central Missouri Tomorrow - Episode 2, June 2012
Increasing numbers of Missourians produce, sell and consume organic food. Learn about the locally-grown food movement in central Missouri when UCM president Chuck Ambrose visits with Beverly Rollings of the Sedalia Area Farmers Market and Jeanne Schwartz of Show Me Produce.

Central Missouri Tomorrow - Episode 2, February 2012
Technology is a fact of life in K-12 education, and schools are learning to adapt and keep up with changes. President Ambrose leads a discussion on these issues in a special one-hour episode.

Guests include , Chris Belcher, superintendent of Columbia Public Schools, Melissa Randol, deputy executive director of the Missouri School Boards' Association, and Kelly Krause, librarian at Knob Noster Middle School.

Central Missouri Tomorrow - October 2011
The people and issues of Missouri are the focus of "Central Missouri Tomorrow," a half-hour program launched in fall 2011 by KMOS-TV, the University of Central Missouri's public broadcasting television station. Chuck Ambrose is the host of this look at the Show-Me state through the eyes of those who shape the vision and future of the state.

Guests for the inaugural program, include Brig. Gen. Scott Vander Hamm, commander of the 509th Bomb Wing at Whiteman Air Force Base, and Missouri Sen. David Pearce of Warrensburg.

Seasons Greetings - December 2011
The University of Central Missouri's First Family shares a festive Holiday greeting for 2011, along with two favorite recipes. Join Chuck and Kris Ambrose in the kitchen of the president's home at historic Selmo Park, as they prepare a chocolate cake and wassail to ring in the season.

Welcome Back to Campus - January 2011

Seasons Greetings - December 2010

Meet President Ambrose - August 2010