Education Alumna wins Presidential Award

Stacy Sharp-Adamson ’96 B.A. Education is the recipient of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.  Stacy currently teaches fourth-grade science and mathematics in the North Kansas City School District and has been an educator for 25 years. More information about Stacy and the PAEMST is located on the paemst finalist and paemst recognition sites.

Human Resources Training and Development

All users or potential users of the applicant tracking system and time approver system are invited to a one-hour system overview session. The following sessions will be held at 9 a.m. in Hearnes 301. Applicant Tracking System Training June 12 Registration Required! Time Approver Training June 17 Registration Required!

CAS Summer Tutoring

The Center for Academic Support will be open for tutoring sessions in person at the CAS and online via Zoom for the summer semester! All tutoring will be by appointment only. Tutoring appointments are scheduled online via TutorTrac. Detailed instructions for scheduling appointments can be found on the CAS website under each subject tab. In-person appointments are available 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Online appointments are available daily between 8 a.m.-8 p.m. We will not have tutors in the CAS unless there is a scheduled appointment, but we still invite students to come to the CAS to work on their own during our normal hours. If you have any questions, please contact the CAS at (816) 271-4524.

Free Mental Health Screening

General Screening – Learn More About Mental Health Screening can help catch mental health problems early. Get screened at A screening only takes a few minutes, and after you are finished you will be given information about the next steps you should take based on the results. Feeling like something “isn’t quite right”? Taking a free, anonymous mental health screen at is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine if what you are experiencing might be signs of a mental health condition.  The delays in treatment for mental illnesses are longer than for many other health conditions. Getting screened increases the chances of getting treatment. Mental Health America has free, anonymous, and confidential mental health screens at

Mental Health – Diet and Nutrition

There is a link between your diet and how you feel. Eating healthy can make you feel better. Here are some tips to help with your mood: Eat regularly - helps maintain blood sugar levels Stay hydrated Eat the right amount of healthy fats like nuts, fish, and eggs Eat whole grains, fruits, and vegetables Try to include protein with every meal - it contains an amino acid your brain uses to regulate mood Be aware of your gut health - it can reflect how you are feeling  Watch your caffeine intake - it can cause sleep problems, make you irritable and anxious. Watch this short video on how to manage your mood with food Eat meals with other people - it gives you a sense of regularity and a time to talk about your day Try to stay active, and avoid cigarettes and alcohol  If you think you or [...]

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