Technology Students Compete in NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge
A team of UCM students took a new design and their construction of a human-powered and steerable vehicle to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., to compete in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge. Read more.
A Lifetime Love of Baseball
Baseball has always dominated UCM alumnus Clyde Jones Sr.’s life, from his sandlot playing days in Illinois to his recent induction as the first African American into the Roy Hobbs Baseball Hall of Fame, an organization that honors adult players aged 35 and over.
Jones has spent more than half a century as a player, manager and league administrator, starting at a time when Jackie Robinson had barely dented the sport’s color barrier. Read more.
Where There's a Need ...
The world around UCM constantly changes, and the dynamism of our campus reflects this. It may be a traveling international art exhibit, classroom innovations, a campus food pantry or West African drums for an intro music class. Or it could be scholarships that retain students and help them finish their last semester to graduate. Where there’s a need by a student, faculty member or the university, the Fund for Excellence is our “go to” funding source, thanks especially to gifts from our alumni. Read more.
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to Help UCM Students
Discover what is possible with a planned gift to support our mission to help make a college degree more affordable and accessible to UCM students. We can help if you are creating or updating a will or trust, are interested in a charitable gift annuity, considering a charitable bequest, or want to take action on a real estate gift or an IRA Charitable Rollover gift. These are only some of the ways you can combine philanthropic giving with your financial needs and tax-planning strategies. Contact Joy Mistele, director of planned giving, at 660-543-8000 for more information.
Warner Chosen USTFCCA National Athlete of the Year
Less than one week after winning her third straight hammer throw national championship and three NCAA All-American Awards, Central Missouri Track and Field student-athlete Heavin Warner was named the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association 2016 Women's Outdoor National Athlete of the Year. Warner recently completed a five-year track and field career at Central Missouri. She is the first Jennie to ever be a three-time national champion in any event, and the first student-athlete in Division II to win three straight hammer throw national championships. Read more.
The weather was perfect for this large gathering of Mule Nation DFW alumni and their families at the Frisco RoughRiders game in June at the Dr. Pepper Ballpark. Thanks for all their support! We are looking forward to more fun this fall.
Mule Nation KC
Royals vs. Cardinals
Our tailgate is still available for this event although our allotted game tickets are sold out. RSVP for the tailgate by calling 600-543-8000.
Mule Nation STL
Cardinals vs. Padres
Mule Nation KC
Starlight Theatre: A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
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