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1. 'Everybody Survives' 'Everybody Survives' March 2, 2011 Metropolitan Community College's Penn Valley Campus is home to a "virtual hospital," where students learn by simulations and a surgical dummy. The facilities are the most comprehensive in the Kansas City...

2. Biography of Jeremiah Cameron (1919-2008), Teacher Biography of Jeremiah Cameron (1919-2008), Teacher 2009

3. Community Colleges Getting Pinched as Numbers Swell Community Colleges Getting Pinched as Numbers Swell July 27, 2009 Article describes large increases in enrollment at area community colleges. Economic conditions are sending more people back to school to learn new skills and fewer can afford the tuition at four-year...

4. Kansas City Art Commission Award Photographs-Landmarks Commission Finding Aid Kansas City Art Commission Award Photographs-Landmarks Commission Finding Aid 1964-1988 Collection of 122 8' x 10' color photographs documenting the winners of biannual architecture and urban design awards granted by the Kansas City Art Commission from 1964 through 1988. Subjects include...

5. KC Rides Crest of Juco Building Surge KC Rides Crest of Juco Building Surge April 1972 Review of the surge of construction in new buildings at community, or junior, colleges in the Metropolitan Community College District, including Johnson County Community College.

6. Metro-Comm. College Sub-Districts Metro-Comm. College Sub-Districts May 25, 1982 Map shows the boundaries of the Metropolitan Community College campus sub-districts in Kansas City.

7. Metro-Comm. College Sub-Districts Metro-Comm. College Sub-Districts October 22, 1992 Map shows the boundaries of the Metropolitan Community College campus sub-districts in Kansas City.

8. Metropolitan Community College Metropolitan Community College Photos, illustrations, and information on the Metropolitan Community College system in Kansas City, established in 1965 as the Metropolitan Junior College (at the time in the old Westport Junior High School...

9. Metropolitan Community Colleges Administrative Center Metropolitan Community Colleges Administrative Center 1986 View of the administrative offices of the Metropolitan Community Colleges, located at 3200 Broadway. Calcara, Duffendack, Foss & Manlove, Inc. received an award for their design of this building.

10. Metropolitan Junior College of Kansas City Metropolitan Junior College of Kansas City Photos, illustrations, maps, and information on the Metropolitan Community College District system of the Kansas City area, known as the Metropolitan Junior College of Kansas City in the 1960s-1970s, with...

11. On an Educational Quest On an Educational Quest March 2002 Article describing metro area higher education institutions and their offerings to students.

12. SC84 James A. Hazlett Papers Finding Aid SC84 James A. Hazlett Papers Finding Aid 1929-1997 (bulk 1960-1990) James A. Hazlett was born in Kansas City on May 26, 1917, and died in the same city on September 14, 1997. He was employed by the Kansas City Missouri School District for many years as a teacher, principal,...

13. The Dean of Bannister Mall The Dean of Bannister Mall November//1985 Article about Larry Guillot and the latest Pioneer Community College branch of the Metropolitan Community College system at Bannister Mall, a system of providing higher education to the high technology...