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Stephanie Leon

Stephanie Leon follows lifelong passion for education in KU Higher Education Administration program

Even since childhood, Stephanie Leon knew she wanted to be an educator. After beginning her education journey at community college, she made the move to University of Kansas. Now she’s pursuing ...
Javen Betts

Senior Javen Betts reflects on leadership, public service and lessons learned at KU

Passionate about public service and elementary education, KU senior Javen Betts has taken advantage of a variety of experiences offered at the university and beyond...
Drew Runkel

14 questions with Drew Runkel, sport management major

Drew Runkel, a current senior at the University of Kansas, is preparing for his dream career as a sport management major in the School of Education and Human Sciences...
Reem Al-Samiri

TESOL alumna Reem Al-Samiri on teaching Academic English to university freshmen

Reem Al-Samiri earned her Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from KU in 2020, specializing in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL.) ...

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Junior Teresa Wright nominated for Beinecke Scholarship Program

KU has nominated a junior from Lawrence for the Beinecke Scholarship Program, which provides $30,000 to selected students for graduate study in the arts, humanities or social sciences. Teresa Wright is majoring in visual art education and minoring in the history of art.

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