Education / KU
Honors World History students, Kennedy Bowers, Jacob Cook, Alexandra Levinson, and Daniel Tady, participated in the National History Day state competition at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas on April 20, 2013.
The man leading efforts to build a memorial honoring Dwight D. Eisenhower says conflicts about the design shouldn't derail the effort.
Former University of Kansas Chancellor Gene Budig and his wife, Gretchen Budig, will receive the Dole Humanitarian Award.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has awarded grants totaling nearly $83,000 to 27 of the state's public schools for recycling-related projects.
If a gunman were ever to set foot on Haskell Indian Nations University's campus, the university wants to be prepared.
Attorneys seeking a settlement over a lawsuit challenging the state's school finance system say two days of talks have been unsuccessful.
Although graduation is just around the corner for students at Haskell Indian Nations University, students in the School of Education have something else to celebrate.
The National Center for Science Education recently recommended future school curriculum to include studies on climate change. One Lawrence teacher is ahead of that recommendation.
A new program at the University of Kansas School of Business has organizations around the state on a wait-list to participate. Teams of MBA students have been working since August on business plans for five Kansas non-profits. Now, organizations are trying to get on the list for students’ management consulting services.
A Kansas City-area couple has donated $2.5 million to the University of Kansas Cancer Center.