Proposed modernization of the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center in Hutchinson at a cost of $200 million to $250 million would adhere to curriculum and instructional reforms necessary to prepare a new generation of public-safety officers, officials said.
Five of six universities in the Kansas Board of Regents system Wednesday recommended no tuition increase for undergraduate students in the upcoming academic year. K-State outlined a new tuition and fee structure resulting in a 1.2% cost spike for students not enrolled in an online class.
In an upcoming memoir, “Words is a Powerful Thing,” Brian Daldorph, a senior lecturer in KU’s English department, reflects on 20 years of teaching a writing class at the Douglas County jail. He also shares works of more than 50 students he’s taught over the years.
Kansas Athletics has released the full six-year, 22-page contract for new football coach Lance Leipold, whose hire was announced Friday.
KU’s Department of Theatre & Dance wants to ensure Katherine Pryor’s legacy and values live on through an endowed student emergency fund that will prioritize helping students from historically oppressed populations, according to the department.
For only the second time, a seated ambassador to the United States will be a […]
After a tumultuous spring and summer in 1970 — which included the firebombing of the Kansas Union and the killing of Rick “Tiger” Dowdell, a Black KU student, by a Lawrence police officer — KU gave final approval for the creation of an African Studies department that July.
A free, two-day, virtual miniconference today and Thursday will explore Indigenous American audio journalism. The […]
It’s been a season full of hardware for University of Kansas junior Azja Butler and […]
KU leaders addressed the university’s finances, diversity, equity and inclusion, choosing outside consultants over KU’s own experts, interim positions and more.