Education / KU
The University of Kansas is offering dozens courses during its annual "summer camp for adults."
With the consolidation issue now in their hands, Lawrence school board members held a study session Monday to lay out what information they’ll need to make a final decision.
The driving force behind KU’s massive home court advantage is the KU student section.
The last of three northeastern Kansas facilities that make up the so-called Education and Research Triangle opened its doors Friday.
A University of Kansas researcher says that gay marriage bans may have generated empathy for same-sex couples and their families.
For more than a decade Dr. Joe Tash and researchers at KU Medical Center have been working to develop what's commonly known as “the pill."
Paper textbooks could be a thing of the past. University officials say they need to keep up with today’s new technology.
A request from the Kansas Department of Education seeking a waiver from the provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind law has been formally received in Washington.
A Kansas House committee is considering legislation that would eliminate state funding for remedial courses at state universities and community colleges.
It may have taken a while, but the Central and East Lawrence Elementary School Consolidation Working Group finally delivered its recommendation to the Lawrence School Board.