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  • Vice Provost Selected for KC Chamber’s Centurions Class

    Winslow Richard KANSAS CITY, Mo. (July 15, 2014) – Richard P. Winslow, Ph.D., vice provost of student and enrollment services for the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, was recently selected as member of the Kansas City Chamber’s Centurions Leadership Program.

    Centurions is a two-year program focused on building community awareness through civic opportunities and on community issues that affect Greater Kansas City. Additionally, the program prepares the community’s emerging leaders for the role they will play in shaping the future of this city.

    “I am really excited to represent KCUMB in this great opportunity and also looking forward to the leadership development opportunities that I might personally benefit from as I go through the two-year program,” Winslow said.

    KCUMB has been an active supporter of the Centurions program for more than a decade, sponsoring employees to represent the University in each class since 2003.

    “The mission of the Centurion program aligns with the mission of the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences … ‘improving the well-being of the communities we serve,’” said Marc B. Hahn, D.O., president and chief executive officer. “We are proud to support those within the KCUMB community who are willing to invest their time and energy, actively engaging with like-minded leaders to improve the city and give back to others.”

    Winslow joined KCUMB in August 2013. He is a graduate of William Jewell College, with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. He earned a master of arts degree in education administration and a doctor of philosophy in urban leadership and policies studies from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

    About KCUMB
    Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, founded in 1916, is a fully accredited, private university, with a College of Biosciences and a College of Osteopathic Medicine.  The College of Osteopathic Medicine is the oldest medical school in Kansas City, Mo., and the largest in the state. It is the second-largest provider of physicians within the states of Missouri and Kansas, with 72 percent practicing in a primary care specialty in Missouri and 69 percent in Kansas. 

    Posted: 07/15/2014

    Category: Faculty, Outreach, Campus Life, General