Tag: Missouri Innovation Campus

Education and Human Services team for expo

Career Services Center is hosting the first-ever Education and Human Services Career Expo Monday, in the Multipurpose Building. The expo is designed to help student teachers and other majors such as child and family development, social work, psychology, speech pathology and more, find internships and jobs after graduation, according to Career Services. The event is… Read more »

MIC program offers certifications for non-traditional students

The Missouri Innovation Campus offers students who aren’t interested in traditional degrees a gateway into the workforce through certifications and skill-set trainings. Clarinda Dir is the operations manager of the Workforce Development Program. She said this job originally started out as a career services position. When she changed positions to be the operations manager, she… Read more »

MIC Building sets standard for educational architecture

Education continues to evolve and as curriculum changes from year to year, the buildings students learn in are beginning to match the innovation in the classroom. The Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee’s Summit was created to reflect innovation both in the classroom and in the architectural design. Gould Evans and DLR Group partnered to design… Read more »

Battling it out: STA program teaching robot design

An after-school program on the Missouri Innovation Campus teaches juniors and seniors in high school how to build battlebots for competition. Eric Walters, an instructor and adjunct professor at UCM, helps run the program called Summit Cubed. He said students involved with Summit Cubed learn how to build the bots within certain guidelines, weight restrictions,… Read more »

MIC forges unique partnerships, opportunities

By Chuck Ambrose/For the Muleskinner After leaving the University of Central Missouri last summer, I was back in Kansas City with the KnowledgeWorks Leadership Team in December 2018 to engage in the Missouri Innovation Campus and meet its leadership team. For the first time in eight years, I could stop and look back at all… Read more »

MIC provides small solution to bigger issues

I’ve had a great opportunity this semester to learn about the Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee’s Summit. The campus is the result of a collaboration between UCM, Lee’s Summit R-7 School District and Metropolitan Community college that places UCM and Summit Technology Academy in an innovative building with little to no physical barriers between classrooms… Read more »

MULESKINNER VOL. 113, ISSUE 13

  In this issue, March 7 – 21 Page 2 > General/Admin Having the right tools to be successful Page 3 > General/Admin MIC forges unique partnerships, opportunities Page 4 > Academics MIC offers certifications for non-traditional students Page 5 > Academics MIC provides small solutions to bigger issues Page 7 > Academics MIC fast-track… Read more »

MIC offers convenience to KC computer science students

Ryan Charles went back to school, while working as a technical apprentice at Cerner. He attended the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri – Kansas City, but finally settled on studying computer science at UCM through the Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee’s Summit. While the computer science and cybersecurity programs are similar to… Read more »

MIC fast-track for area students to start careers

Kansas City area high school students are getting hands-on learning through a one-of-a-kind program offered at the Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee’s Summit. The University of Central Missouri and Metropolitan Community College is teaming up with 18 area school districts and various business partners to bring the project to life. The program initially started at… Read more »

Having the right tools to be successful

By Rick Smetana/For the Muleskinner I am a pretty competitive person. I want to succeed at everything I do whether it be professionally, educationally (I just started my MBA) or in my hobbies. In my mind, success can be achieved by identifying goals, dedication, hard work and having access to the right tools to obtain… Read more »