LAWRENCE - The Department of Special Education will welcome Joan McLaughlin, the Commissioner of the Institute of Education Sciences National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER), to present at the Edward L. Meyen Distinguished Lecture Series.
Rising Up at KUEC: In this Q&A series, outstanding 2021 KU graduates share how the KU Edwards Campus has helped them start, advance or change their career. Meet Sarah Stevens.
LAWRENCE – Chancellor Douglas A. Girod has approved the promotion and award of tenure, where indicated, for 80 individuals at the University of Kansas Lawrence and Edwards campuses and 89 individuals at the KU Medical Center campuses.
There’s a common stereotype that all veterans are dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injuries.
LAWRENCE — Since the 1940s, the GI Bill has helped provide educational benefits after service members complete military service. The most recent legislation, the Harry W.
LAWRENCE — Like much of society, college athletics were thrown into disarray by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Back to the Future: Time to Redesign virtual summer conference hosted as multisession series for educators
LAWRENCE — The School of Education & Human Sciences at the University of Kansas will host the 14th annual Strategies for Educational Improvement Summer Conference for the region’s PK-12 educators as a virtual multisession series.
LAWRENCE — The landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education declared school segregation illegal in the United States. While desegregation efforts followed in subsequent decades since the 1954 case, schools and communities found ways to resist them.
LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Education & Human Sciences welcomes Suzanne Robinson, associate professor in the Department of Special Education, as the 2021 Budig Teaching Professorship in Special Education award recipient and featured lecturer.
New research from the University of Kansas shows that some of the most creative adolescents may have had a sense that a global crisis was looming as far back as 2014.
LAWRENCE — New research from the University of Kansas shows that some of the most creative adolescents may have had a sense that a global crisis was looming as far back as 2014.