Jul 10 12:07

Hiroshima-Nagasaki: Seventy Years beyond the Bombings

In memory of the seventieth anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima/Nagasaki, Physicians for Social Responsibility-Kansas City and PeaceWorks KC are hosting an exhibit at Miller Nichols Library. The exhibit opens on Thursday, August 6, the anniversary day of the bombing of Hiroshima. The opening ceremony is scheduled from 5:30 until 7pm on August 6. The exhibit remains open until Sunday, Oct. 4

The exhibit will feature Hiroshima Peace Museum posters including images of bombed persons, photos of Robert Del Tredici, and will illustrate the international arms race.

Jul 07 13:26

UMKC hosts Latino American Film Series

UMKC will host a series of events focused on Latino-American history, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

The series is hosted by University Libraries in collaboration with the faculty in the Latina/Latino Studies program. Four discussion forums are scheduled for September 2015 through April 2016, with three of the sessions including a showing of a chapter from the six-part Latino Americans: 500 Years of History film series.

Jul 06 11:52

Nancy Thayer Book Talk, Reception, and Signing

Join us for a special reception, book talk, and signing with New York Times best-selling author and UMKC alumna, Nancy Thayer. Thayer has penned 23 novels and her works have been translated into numerous languages.

May 18 14:59

"A Mystic Bond..." Interactive Sound Exhibit June 12- August 30

Kansas Artist Joseph Keehn, II will display his original artworks, “A Mystic Bond of Brotherhood Makes All Men One,” June 12 – Aug. 30 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Miller Nichols Library, second floor, 800 E. 51st St., Kansas City, Mo.

Apr 16 15:57

And the Winner of the 2015 Friends of the Library Scholarship is...

Congratulations to Adrianne DeWeese, recipient of the 2015 UMKC Friends of the Library Annual Scholarship

Interested in reading her winning essay? Read more

Apr 01 15:06

Education is not a Crime

"Is Education a Crime?" Event

Program Overview:

1) Bring interdisciplinary awareness of the actions of the Iranian Government in the religious persecution of Baha'i's and denial of rights to education and;

2) Create religious dialogue

Date: April 15th, Wednesday

Location: School of Education, Room 115

Time: 6-8p

Program Details:

Mar 17 13:20

International Students Day: India

Please join us for International Student's Day  Friday, April 17 2015 in the iX Theater on the 1st floor of Miller Nichols Library

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Mar 16 12:28

UPDATE: Construction Alert: 3rd Floor Rennovation Starting Spring Break

*Update as of 5/1/2015


Construction will begin on Monday, May 4th. To minimize disruption during finals, the work will take place between 1:00am and 12:00pm from Thursday, May 7th to Friday, May 13th. Any disruptive work will take place before and after the Library's extended hours leading up to finals

Mar 04 11:31

New Database: Web of Science

Access to Web of Science, an extensive database covering research in the sciences, social sciences, and the arts & hummanities, is now available to UMKC students, faculty, and staff. The core collection covers research from 1990 to the present and includes journal citations, books, and conference proccedings.

Mar 03 10:20

Operation iPad: We Need YOUR Help

We need YOUR help to get iPads for our students and staff. University Libraries is ever-changing, which means we must evolve in new and innovative ways to provide access to meaningful and necessary resources.