Clinical assistant professor tells colleagues to make compassionate behavior a routine, and his mentorship has changed at least one student's life.
Ever wanted to see the gravesite of famed writer and poet Edgar Allan Poe? Learn about the teeth of President George Washington? You can do that and more at UMB.
She shares her background as a nurse practitioner, being a community nurse, and the importance of social determinants of health in her work.
They discuss how they became involved in EDI work, what their school’s most pressing EDI issue has been, and what the future holds.
It was the first time part of the event had been held in person since 2019.
Since the second half of the 20th century, women have long held leadership roles at the University.
A-Game: Alum Tamika Tremaglio brings legal and business acumen to National Basketball Players Association
She credits her time at Maryland Carey Law with putting her on the path to her new position as executive director of the players union.
We asked the hosts to talk about why their podcasts started and memorable episodes.
University president's friend, Lawrence Hayman, pledged $18 million to create two endowments at UMB.
The leading heart, vascular, and lung physician-scientist will become dean of the School of Medicine effective Aug. 1, 2022.
UMB to honor NIAID director with Honorary Doctor of Public Service for his decades of service to the country.
To lead with equity, she will focus on data.
He also works to partner with UMB students, faculty, and staff.
President Jarrell described his work with his first patient and later called his grandchildren to the stage.
President Jarrell talked about the impact of UMB's schools and programs during his speech.
Find out the significance of the items you see behind President Jarrell during video events.
Justice for All: Law School Alumnus Eric Swalwell on Trump’s Impeachment and Moving the Country Forward
Congressman reflects on the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
She will assume her post July 1.
The famous doctor had a frank and wide-ranging discussion with President Jarrell.
Having a diverse student body and faculty is of the utmost importance to the new dean.