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An ongoing series at the University of Kansas will host virtual events this semester for the Jayhawk community to learn more about the policies and procedures that characterize democracy in the United States and connects attendees to resources for further learning.
A KU professor of English will lead the Hall Center for the Humanities, effective March 3. Giselle Anatol has led the center in an interim capacity since former director Richard Godbeer retired in fall 2022.
Children in 1950s schoolroom
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, the University of Kansas and the Brown v. Board of Education National Historical Park, Topeka, will host a free public conference April 18-19.

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Fri, 03/01/2024
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, the University of Kansas and the Brown v. Board of Education National Historical Park, Topeka, will host a free public conference April 18-19.
Fri, 03/01/2024
An ongoing series at the University of Kansas will host virtual events this semester for the Jayhawk community to learn more about the policies and procedures that characterize democracy in the United States and connects attendees to resources for further learning.
Thu, 02/29/2024
A KU professor of English will lead the Hall Center for the Humanities, effective March 3. Giselle Anatol has led the center in an interim capacity since former director Richard Godbeer retired in fall 2022.
Thu, 02/29/2024
The KU Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, part of the School of Education & Human Sciences, has created a new program to introduce education professionals to academic scholarship on higher education.
Wed, 02/28/2024
The Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies will have its annual Spring Festival on March 3 at Liberty Hall. The free public festival will feature Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian music, dance, food and crafts from the region.
Wed, 02/28/2024
The Staff Fellows Program offers KU employees an opportunity to build their leadership skills, gain experience to advance their careers and work together on a strategic campus project that benefits the university. Sixteen staff members were selected.
Mon, 02/26/2024
An anthropologist and historian from Lviv, Ukraine, with expertise in the cultural exchange and culinary traditions of Eastern Europe has joined KU for the 2024-25 calendar year, with a public talk planned April 15 on "Food as Power: Between Decolonization and Nationalism of the Gastronomic Culture."
Fri, 02/23/2024
University of Kansas Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Kristin Bowman-James will receive the will receive the Joseph G. Danek Award, which recognizes her commitment to enhancing the research infrastructure in Kansas by forging collaborations across institutions and disciplines.
Fri, 02/23/2024
Sarah Deer will present “What if Survivors Wrote the Laws? An Exploration of Tribal Statutes on Sexual Violence” at 5:30 p.m. March 4 in the Malott Room at the Kansas Union.
Fri, 02/23/2024
The School of Social Welfare’s Center for Community Engagement & Collaboration will host an interactive panel virtual panel Feb. 27 on supporting older adults through social isolation with intergenerational alliances.