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University of Missouri at Kansas City

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Formerly University of Kansas City, merged into the University of Missouri system in 1963.

Location:
Kansas City, MO

Founding Date:
1929

Team:
Kangaroos

Enrollment:
14,200

Official Website:
http://www.umkc.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Henry Bloch
Business
30-Jul-1922   Co-Founder of H&R Bloch
John Carmack
Computer Programmer
20-Aug-1970   Lead programmer of Doom, Quake
Karen L. Daniel
Business
c. 1959   CFO of Black & Veatch
William G. Hyland
Government
18-Jan-1929 25-Mar-2008 Editor of Foreign Affairs, 1984-93
Clarence M. Kelley
Government
24-Oct-1911 5-Aug-1997 FBI Director, 1973-78
Nicolette Larson
Singer
17-Jul-1952 16-Dec-1997 Lotta Love
Rick Scott
Politician
1-Dec-1952   Governor of Florida
James Steele
Journalist
3-Jan-1943   Barlett & Steele
Raymond Wagner, Jr.
Business
1959   Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Ruth Warrick
Actor
29-Jun-1915 15-Jan-2005 Phoebe Tyler on All My Children

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Caleb Bingham
Painter
20-Mar-1811 7-Jul-1879 Fur Traders Descending the Missouri
John Ciardi
Poet
24-Jun-1916 30-Mar-1986 How Does a Poem Mean?
Abba Lerner
Economist
28-Oct-1903 27-Oct-1982 The Economics of Control

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas M. Hoenig
Economist
6-Sep-1946   President and CEO, Kansas City Fed
Robert H. West
Business
c. 1939   CEO of Butler Manufacturing, 1986-99


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