Judy Ancel is the featured speaker at Kansas City Kansas Community College’s Women’s History Month program.
The Kansas City Kansas Community College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve Tyrone A. Garner to fill the position left vacant by the resignation of long-time board member Clyde A. Townsend. Garner will be sworn-in at the April 18 Board of Trustees meeting.
Eight student diplomats from Kansas City Kansas Community College recently received “Certificates of Achievement” for their performance in the 21st-annual Model United Nations Conference at the University of California-Berkeley. In addition, Professor Ewa Unoke was awarded a “Certificate of Dedication” in recognition of his outstanding mentorship at the conference.
Kansas City Kansas Community College culinary students once again showed their culinary prowess in a Team Culinary Competition designed for high school students.
Kansas City Kansas Community College celebrated Black History Month with an exhibit depicting the struggles of Africans from slavery to the freedom of African Americans have today.
Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor & Industry: Dangerous & Unladylike - The Working Women Who Made History
Did you know that our lives were made better by seven women you probably won't find in American History books? Come learn about these unsung heroines from Judy Ancel, coordinator of the award-winning radio show, The Heartland Labor Forum.
Presented by Judith Ancel, UMKC
This program is co-hosted by Women & Gender Advocacy, Counseling & Advocacy Center; the Intercultural Center; the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences; and the American Association of University Women.
On Campus is Kansas City Kansas Community College's official newsletter delivered straight to email inbox. Sign up now by click the button below.