Jul 07 12:36

New Website for UMKC Libraries

On July 31, the UMKC Libraries will be launching a brand new website!

Jun 15 10:47

UMKC Librarian New VP of CALA

Fu Zhuo, a Research and Liaison Librarian at Miller Nichols Library, was recently elected as Incoming Vice President/President Elect of 2019-2020 for the Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA).

Jun 02 15:24

Days in the Sun, Summer 2017

"Days in the Sun"

Exhibit beginning June 5, 2017
Miller Nichols Library
Ground Floor | Link Gallery
Curated by Alexa Sundeen

May 23 10:29

"Red Star Over China" 80 Years Later

Edgar Snow with Mao Tse-tung

"Red Star Over China" 80 Years Later:
Edgar Snow’s “Scoop of the Century” and its Lasting Impact on US-China Relations

May 15 09:46

Information Literacy Fellowship at Miller Nichols Library

The Learning & Research Support team at Miller Nichols Library is delighted to offer Fellowships to a second cohort of library science graduate students or recent graduates!

May 12 10:25

Making History: Kansas City and the Rise of Gay Rights

Kansas City's surprisingly pivotal role in helping to launch the modern gay rights movement is the central story of a new exhibit built by faculty, students, and staff at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

May 01 10:06

Claire Wolber 2017 FOL Scholarship Winner

Claire Wolber, a second year B.A./M.D. Student at UMKC, is the recipient of the 2017 Friends of the Library Scholarship. Wolber was selected for her essay response to the following prompt:

Apr 13 11:38

Double Time: Two Library Employees Receive Awards

We are excited to announce that two UMKC Libraries
employees have been awarded for their tireless work for
the libraries and the UMKC community!

Mar 13 12:11

International Students Day: Celebrating Vietnam

Wednesday, April 12 @ 3:00–5:00PM
Miller Nichols Library: 1st Floor, iX Theater
This event is free and open to the public!

Jan 26 16:01

Apply Now: $1,000 Scholarship from UMKC Friends of the Library

This $1,000 Scholarship is available to any UMKC student with a minimum 3.0 GPA and currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree seeking program.