Education / KU
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.
Gov. Sam Brownback says he's asked the Kansas higher education system to take on additional work, and it deserves to avoid cuts in state funding.
The prestigious recognition was given to two schools across the state.
The University of Kansas is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the start of its architecture program.
The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding more information from a southwest Kansas school district about assemblies this week that featured a speaker from a creationist group.
Monday KU officials announced an impromptu visit from Governor Brownback.
Tuesday the governor spoke at the university as part of his second day touring Kansas universities, community colleges, and technical schools to discuss the effects of the proposed budget cuts on higher education.
A new Kansas law will designate some school districts as innovative and make them exempt from certain state education rules.
The celebrating is over and now the work begins.
Monday, a priority list of Lawrence schools and improvements was unveiled to USD 497 board members, thanks to the recently passed school bond.
Today school officials and other officers met for a training session led by Kansas Highway Patrol about school violence awareness.