Tax season is underway, and KU Law students can help eligible community members with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Legal Services for Students also offers free tax filing assistance through a VITA grant from the Internal Revenue Service.
The Dole Institute of Politics, in partnership with the Kansas Rural Center (KRC), has announced the four-part series of discussion groups to be moderated by Dole Institute Fellow Karen Willey this spring. Obstacles & Opportunities: Tackling Sustainability in Kansas continues Feb. 27 with “Sink or Swim: The Future of Water in Kansas."
Expungement seals an arrest record, diversion or conviction from public view, with certain exceptions. The Legal Aid Clinic will provide free legal representation to eligible individuals seeking to expunge records in Douglas County District Court and/or Lawrence Municipal Court.
The University of Kansas Center for Public Partnerships & Research is conducting a yearlong, comprehensive statewide needs assessment of substance use disorder systems and related work in Kansas that will be used to guide the future, long-term investment strategies of the Kansas Fights Addiction Grant Review Board.
Levels are measured annually as part of a joint project to monitor the health of the state's valuable groundwater resources. Brownie Wilson, Kansas Geological Survey water-data manager, expects this winter’s measurements to show a general decline in the water table, though not as steep as last year’s results.
Despite growing national attention on racial inequities in the child welfare system, Kansas has seen the disproportionality experienced by Black and Indigenous children increase during the last five years in the foster care system. ...
A new publication from the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas assesses current conditions and trends in water levels and groundwater usage in the High Plains Aquifer, the state’s most economically important groundwater resource. ...
The Center for Public Partnerships & Research at the University of Kansas is hosting the Alternative Futures for Kansas: A Civic Imagination Workshop on Nov. 15. This in-person workshop is open to the public, and its featured speaker is Jake Dunagan, Governance Futures Lab director at the Institute for the...
Audio-Reader Network, an audio information service based at the University of Kansas that makes print and online materials accessible to individuals with disabilities, has launched multiple hours of new content with a focus on nonprofit news reporting across Kansas and Missouri. The expanded programming offers individuals with visual impairments and...
Each year, the Kansas Economic Policy Conference convenes community and industry leaders, policymakers and scholars. On Oct. 19, the conference will address workforce needs for Kansas. ...