2005 News Archive
- KU students organize campaign to raise funds for tsunami victims
- Businessman's gifts for KU top $20 million
- Kansas Geological Survey to study new Hutchinson sinkhole Jan 19 and 20
- Former EPA director, N.J. governor to speak at Dole Institute Jan 30
- KU Endowment officials to announce total raised during KU First campaign
- Union, Oread bookstores team up with KU students to support tsunami relief
- KPR to begin transmitting digital signal later this year
- Ann Coulter to present Vickers Lecture March 29 at Lied Center
- KU to honor 21 high school seniors in Larned on Feb. 10
- KU chancellor to present Millie Award to Larned alumnus Feb. 10
- Roger Martin: 'Eureka' moment builds respect for insects
- Statement by chancellor on the death of KU law student Andy Keenan
- KU makes national list for graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers
- KU research shows mothers 17 percent less likely to be hired than fathers
- KU Spirit Squad places high at national contest Jan 14-16 in Florida
- Six from KU honored at regional college theatre festival Jan 17-21 in St. Louis
- KU center sponsors all-majors career fair Feb 8-9; engineering fair to be Feb 10
- Water levels decline in western Kansas, hold steady in central Kansas
- KU education students complete internships in Kansas, other states
- KU to honor 51 high school seniors in Garden City on Feb 16
- KU to honor Garden City alumna for outstanding service on Feb 16
- Leading scholar to give lecture on 'Islam Under Siege' at KU's Hall Center Feb 17
- State's oil and gas value hits new high, according to Kansas Geological Survey
- KU to host Summer Camp Fair; panel discussion on alternative career paths
- KU Theatre for Young People to stage 'Noodle Doodle Box' in February
- Kansas news organizations share Burton Marvin news enterprise award at KU
- Research publication ranks KU in top 10 for best places for postdocs to work
- KU to honor 72 high school seniors in Dodge City on Feb 23
- KU to honor Haviland teacher, alumna for outstanding service Feb 23
- Roger Martin: Flora, fauna contribute their own first signs of spring
- Statement by university re: Phi Kappa Theta citations
- KU nominates 4 students for Truman Scholarship competition
- KU research expenditures for 2004 reach $274 million to set record
- KU senior class honors staff member for service to students
- Memorial run/walk will raise money for social welfare scholarship at KU
- Hawk Talk invites Kansas high school students to informational KU receptions
- KU sets records for universitywide and Lawrence campus spring enrollment
- Two KU debaters qualify early for National Debate Tournament competition
- Academy Award-nominated filmmaker donates papers to KU
- Award-winning jazz artist to keynote KU Interdisciplinary Jazz Colloquium
- Traveling exhibit at KU offers up-close look at award-winning book designs
- KU Theatre to stage Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy in March
- KU School of Pharmacy ranks high again among elite schools in NIH funding
- Leading Latino poet Mart¡n Espada to speak at KU Mar 10
- 4 KU juniors competing for national Goldwater scholarships
- Dole Institute announces 4 student interns selected for spring 2005
- KU sends first delegation to regional Model United Nations conference
- KU faculty, students build state's first satellite to help with space missions
- Fact Check's Brooks Jackson to critique political ads at KU media law seminar
- KU Mock Trial teams earn two national tournament berths with regional wins
- Award-winning journalist to discuss global health at KU Self symposium
- KU gallery to showcase multimedia designs by seniors in design Mar 6-11
- Roger Martin: Research findings should be made accessible to public
KU announces summer camp lineup
Following is a list of University of Kansas 2005 summer athletic and academic camps.
- Dole Institute 'Women in Politics' event to feature KC mayor, ABC-TV anchor
- Trust in honor of memory of KU librarian provides gift to St. Luke AME
- KU debate teams to compete in national tournament Mar 24-28
- KU to hold regional intramural basketball tournament Mar 18-20
- KU wins national continuing education award for Parkinson's exercise video
- KU, Science City 'Dino Lab' to open Mar 16 at KC's Union Station
- KU first-year debate team wins National Novice Championship Tournament
- 'KU in the Capitol 2005' will showcase outreach efforts for state officials
- KU researchers' discovery may help predict certain extinctions
KU's Alternative Breaks program sends 60 to do service work across the country
Next week 60 University of Kansas students will forgo the stereotypical college spring break.
- NEH grant to KU, Toni Morrison Society extends high school reading project
- KU selects 20 undergraduates to serve as new student orientation assistants
Postdocs put KU in top 10
Doctoral graduates who come to KU to conduct research before launching their academic careers are discovering what KU alumni already know: This is a great place.
- No more paper: KU students to receive financial aid notification via e-mail
- 'Hawks on Haunted Hill' theme to guide KU homecoming events Oct. 22-29
- KU seeks 100 gifted students in grades 7 to 12 for Duke TIP Scholar Weekends
- KU to honor 37 high school seniors from 2 counties on April 6 in Neodesha
Conferences, films, exhibits to precede Korean War Memorial dedication at KU
"Korea: A Divided Nation on the World Stage," a series of public conferences, films and exhibits, will take place during the week.
- KU announces National Merit, National Achievement, National Hispanic Scholars
- Conferences, films, exhibits to precede Korean War Memorial dedication at KU
KU special education at No. 1, education school gets top 20 status in new rankings
The new 2006 edition of U.S. News' "America's Best Graduate Schools" rankings were released today.
- KU senior receives $1,000 Phi Kappa Phi fellowship for graduate study
- 5 KU students win $1,300 in prizes in annual math competition
- KU debaters conclude season with invite to Sweet 16 at national tournament
- KU's Mock Trial silver team ties for fifth at March 11-13 nationals in Florida
- Roger Martin: Flexibility required to survive globalization
Korean War Memorial dedication to take place at KU April 16
Dignitaries from three continents will be on hand for the dedication of the Korean War Memorial at the University of Kansas.
- Korean War Memorial dedication to take place at KU April 16
- KU Hate Out Week April 4-8 to feature crumbling of "Wall of Hate"
- KU to honor 43 high school seniors in Anthony on April 13
- Frank DeSalvo named interim KU dean of students
- KU, Gov. Sebelius to announce major NSF award to create research center
- Gift of century-old African carved ivory tusk to KU prompts exhibit, conference
- KU MBA team heads to final in national business school ethics competition
- KU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences names distinguished alumni
- 300 regional honors students, faculty to attend conference at KU April 8-10
NSF awards KU almost $19M to create national polar ice research center
The National Science Foundation announced today it will establish a prestigious multimillion-dollar research center at the University of Kansas.
- RADIO NEWSLINE: KU gets largest federal research grant in school history
- Kansas Public Radio spring membership drive nets $207,000 in pledges
- KU graduate Edward Jae-Suk Lee to sign new novel at Oread Books April 14
- Timmons family gives KU renowned cross-country course, Rim Rock Farm
- Campaign-style gathering, picnic planned for Sen. Dole's return to institute, lecture
- Human Rights Campaign president to make first major address at KU
- Author to speak at KU, says fine arts degree to be more valuable than MBA
- Phi Beta Delta adds 21 KU students to international education honor society
- KU to honor 51 high school seniors from 9 counties in Goodland on April 20
- 10 KU students recognized as Chancellor's Student Award winners
- MEDIA ADVISORY: Kansas farmers, agricultural historian to discuss family farms, rural economies
- Democratic strategist, Gore campaign leader Brazile to speak at Dole Institute
- KU hosts first Kansas Collegiate Mathematics Competition
- 14 KU students on KJHK radio staff earn state broadcasting awards
Olympic stars to shine at Relays
Gold medalist Maurice Greene among Olympic Champions on the KU track this weekend.
KU faculty to visit more than 25 Kansas cities on whirlwind tour in May
The Wheat State Whirlwind six-day tour of Kansas for University of Kansas faculty will begin a 1,500-mile route on May 20.
- KU alumnus gives $2 million for political science professorship
- KU faculty to visit more than 25 Kansas cities on whirlwind tour in May
- Sutton lecturer to address business ethics challenges in pharmaceuticals
- KU's Gunn Center receives gift of SF magazines spanning seven decades
- KU indigenous museum studies graduate students participating in 2 conferences
- KU to honor Oberlin alumnus for outstanding volunteer service
- MEDIA ADVISORY: Governor to sign alternative classified staff legislation at KU Thursday
- KU Black Alumni Organization to offer reunion programs, dance April 22-23
- Wichita KU senior wins national Phi Kappa Phi fellowship for graduate study
- KU students to test their aircraft design April 22-24 at national contest in Texas
- KU Theatre to close season with Bernstein's musical 'Candide'
KU grad, Nobel laureate Vernon Smith to give lecture on world economic challenges
University of Kansas graduate and Nobel Prize winner Vernon L. Smith will present a public lecture April 27.
KU researcher plans national effort to create 'waystations' for monarchs
University of Kansas ecology professor Orley "Chip" Taylor is starting a national effort to create 10,000 "monarch waystations" over the next three years...
- KU researcher plans national effort to create 'waystations' for monarchs
- KU education professor wins 3 awards for multicultural education, leadership
Award-winning poet football player to host poetry slam finale May 4 at KU
At 6 feet, 4 inches, University of Kansas defensive tackle Travis Watkins stands out in most crowds.
- KU a cappella group Genuine Imitation to give cancer benefit concert May 2
- Phi Kappa Phi honor society at KU names new student and faculty members
KU appoints Sen. Roberts' legislative director to government relations post
Keith Yehle, legislative director for U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., has been named director of government relations.
- KU's clinical child psychology program wins national award for training
- KU senior class officers announce annual Campanile Award recipient
- 58 KU undergraduates receive research awards for summer projects
KU graduates to make traditional walk through Campanile, down hill May 22
More than 4,000 members of the University of Kansas Class of 2005 will make the traditional walk down Campanile Hill during KU's 133rd commencement exercises Sunday, May 22, in Lawrence.
- Law school honors Brownback, Murguia, Waldron, Wheat as distinguished alumni
- Professor to lead 13th annual Stop Day tour of campus May 13
- 6 KU students cited for honors in Linkugel Speech Competition
KU announces names of more than 4,500 spring 2005 candidates for degrees
The names of more than 4,500 candidates for degrees at the University of Kansas this spring — representing 101 Kansas counties, 46 states and more than 50 countries — have been announced by the KU registrar.
- KU invites public to view, comment on finalists for new visual identity logo
- Boyarin named Beren Distinguished Professor in Modern Jewish Studies
- KU engineering team wins third place in national aircraft design contest
- Transportation conference to feature leading highway safety experts
- Inspiring alumni, chancellor emeritus to receive top Alumni Association honor
KU faculty to explore Eastern Kansas on Day 1 of 2005 Wheat State Whirlwind tour
At 7 a.m. Friday, May 20, about 40 University of Kansas faculty will board a bus at the KU Visitor Center for a whirlwind review of some highlights of economic development...
- KU administrators to meet in Concordia May 23 with alumni from 6 North Central counties
- KU chancellor to meet in Dodge City with alumni from 8 Southwest Kansas counties
- KU dean named chief academic officer at Michigan State University
Events Friday at Lawrence school focus on KU architecture students' renovation
Nineteen University of Kansas seniors in the School of Architecture and Urban Design completed their spring Studio 401 project...
- Citing extraordinary positive results, KU seeks approval of 4th year of tuition plan
- KU to propose four-year 'fixed rate' tuition for freshmen starting in 2007
- KU faculty to visit Capitol, KSU campus, Marysville, Concordia on May 23
- KU offers indoor simulcast of commencement, other accessibility aids
- KU math department recognizes students, faculty at 48th annual banquet
- KU philosophy department honors 13 students with awards, prizes
Magazine ranks KU 17th for number of doctorates awarded to Hispanic students
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine this month named the University of Kansas 17th in the nation for the number of doctoral degrees awarded to Hispanic students.
- KU piano students receive awards, recognition in Naftzger competition
- Carol Marinovich receives KU School of Education Distinguished Service Award
- Wichita sophomore at KU to study abroad as David Boren NSEP scholar
- Roger Martin: A little effort can help attract female scientists to universities
KU Audio-Reader to host international conference for audio information services
The University of Kansas' Audio-Reader Network, the second-oldest radio reading service in the nation, will host the International Association of Audio Information Services convention...
- KU football coach Mark Mangino to meet with alumni from 4 SE Kansas counties
- KU Theatre and Film students honored with awards, scholarships
- More than 40 KU alumni attend reception in Concordia May 23
KU Wind Ensemble returns from tour in China
The Kansas University Wind Ensemble, directed by John Lynch, University of Kansas Director of Bands, recently returned from a week-and-a-half long tour in China.
- KU sociology department honors 30 students at spring awards banquet
- Provost's statement on death of KU doctoral student Margery E. Ridgeway
- Statements on death of KU graduate student Yihong Zhu
KU MBA students, faculty spend two weeks in India to explore top businesses
A group of five graduate students and two faculty members from the University of Kansas School of Business got a glimpse of the inner workings of several of India's most prominent businesses...
- First 40 Robert J. Dole Public Service Scholarship recipients announced
- Kansas Public Radio, Audio-Reader to be off air June 28 for equipment installation
Chancellor to present KU flag July 1 to troops being deployed to Iraq
University of Kansas Chancellor Robert Hemenway will present a KU flag Friday to members of the Kansas Army National Guard who are being deployed to Iraq.
KU selects new institutional logo; on track to build visual identity system
The University of Kansas today announced the selection of a new logo to join its familiar symbols the Jayhawk and university seal as the centerpiece of a new visual identity system.
- Seven KU journalism students receive Dow Jones summer editing internships
- Roger Martin commentary: Simple approach best to conquer addiction
- Baldwin City area KU alumni to welcome freshman Jayhawks on July 21
- Hutchinson area KU alumni to welcome freshman Jayhawks on July 21
- KU alumni plan welcome for new freshmen from Kansas City area
Noted jazz critic glides into new genre, the classroom
After working for "an insanely long time" — 18 years — as the jazz critic for "Fresh Air" on National Public Radio, Kevin Whitehead faced a whole new audience last year: classrooms full of students.
- Salina area KU alumni to welcome freshman Jayhawks from Saline County
Congress provides KU with $14.5M for Transportation Research Institute
Congress today appropriated $14.5 million to the University of Kansas to support and expand ongoing transportation-related research in such key areas as fuel cells, road and vehicle materials, aircraft and air quality.
Welcome back to the hill
As Hawk Week and Traditions Night nears, it is time to ask: How well do you know KU Take the quiz.
- KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park grows again with opening of 3rd building
- Selected offices extend hours as fall semester begins
KU Hawk Week welcomes students with flurry of academic, social activities
The week before classes begin at the University of Kansas is known as Hawk Week when the campus welcomes returning and new students with a flurry of academic and social activities.
- 2 fifth-generation freshmen Jayhawks to receive torch in KU ceremony Monday
- 195 freshmen Mt. Oread Scholars invited to begin with walk up the hill Monday
- Bennington couple endow curatorial internships at KU's Spencer Museum of Art
- KU opts to not resume sales of cereal malt beverages
- Statement by Chancellor on death of incoming freshman Matt Yost
Rock Chalk Roadshow, Aug. 28 through Sept. 2.
For the third year, University of Kansas staff will be taking the "Rock Chalk Roadshow" to 55 high schools and community colleges in central and western Kansas.
- Six professors receive $5K Kemper Awards from ‘Surprise Patrol’; 14 to go
- KU Center for Research on Learning wins $9.3M grant to help Topeka students
- Fiske Guide lauds KU as ‘best buy’; U.S. News cites KU as top 50 public university
- 6 more professors receive Kemper Awards; 8 more left
- University mourns student Abdulrahman Alhomoud
- Roger Martin commentary: Scientific family values are not extinct
Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa to receive Dole Leadership Prize at KU
Nobel Peace Prize winner and first democratically elected president of Poland Lech Walesa will receive the Dole Leadership Prize on Thursday, Sept. 22 at the University of Kansas, the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics announced today.
KU issues third 'Women of Distinction' calendar; honors 19 students, staff, alums
The University of Kansas' 2005-06 "Women of Distinction" poster-calendar — highlighting the accomplishments of female faculty, staff, alumni and students — is now available.
- Two more professors receive visits from the 'Surprise Patrol'; six left to go
- KU graduate student's sacred anthem wins $5,000 Beck Foundation award
How you can help
The American Red Cross is seeking assistance to help the millions affected by Hurricane Katrina.
- Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center announces August 2005 graduates
- KU theatre kicks off season with tribute to 'Jacque Brel Alive and Well in Paris'
- Tag sale to benefit kids art classes; popular costume sale coming soon
Jayhawks band together to help
KU announces efforts to raise funds for Hurricane Katrina victims.
- KU announces 588 new sorority members
- Roger Martin commentary: Study shows many elders take inappropriate meds
- 'Heroes Night' to commemorate Sept. 11, feature flyover at Saturday football game
- KU Continuing Education announces fall Osher Lifelong Learning Institute classes
- Author Lipstadt to speak at KU about winning libel suit by Holocaust denier
- Media advisory: Special event features '46 Jayhawk creator Wednesday
- Historian Richard Norton Smith returns to speak at Dole Institute Sept. 28
- Former FCC chair Michael Powell to give Chandler Lecture at KU Sept. 28
- KU Beta Theta Pi chapter wins 4 national awards at convention
- UC Berkeley biochemist to present Schowen Lecture on Sept. 15
- KU to honor top high school seniors from Marion, McPherson, and Rice counties Sept. 21
- KU to honor 45 Anderson and Franklin County HS seniors at Ottawa on Sept. 21
- KU to honor top HS seniors from Douglas, Jefferson, Leavenworth counties Sept. 21
- KU to honor 213 high school seniors from Sedgwick Co. at Clearwater on Sept. 19
Concert to aid Katrina victims
Music and dance faculty, students to hit stage Sept. 13 to benefit hurricane relief.
- Dole Institute to host naturalization ceremony for 150 new citizens Sept. 16
- KU announces four winners of $10,000 Higuchi Awards for research
- Consultant for WWII documentary by Ken Burns to speak to history conference
- Statement re: Revocation of charter for Sigma Nu chapter at KU
'We the People'
KU examines and celebrates the U.S. Constitution, courts as part of national observance.
- KU's Hall, Lied Center lecture series to examine impact of social turmoil on art
- KU Graduate School awards 11 Chancellor's and Honors fellowships
- KU to honor high school seniors from Butler, Elk, Greenwood counties Sept. 26
KU to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month; comedian Carlos Mencia to perform
The University of Kansas will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month starting Thursday with more than 20 events including performances by Comedy Central's Carlos Mencia and Mexican dance group Atotonilco Folklorico.
- Derby junior at KU wins one of 20 Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowships
- Sociologist to address lessons learned from racist underground in Clark Lecture
- Annual Collage Concert to feature visiting artist's piano performance
- KU creates Parent Association to enhance communication, partnership
- Bring a buck, give at Break!: KU raises funds for Katrina relief; vigil set for Wednesday
- Roger Martin commentary: Bad idea to turn Great Plains into another Africa
- 'For Your Ears Only' fund-raiser for Audio-Reader returns Sept. 23, 24
- Guthrie named Docking Teaching Professor in KU School of Business
- KU to honor high school seniors from Cowley, Chautauqua counties Sept. 28
'Saturday Night Live' performers headline homecoming festivities Oct. 22-29
"Saturday Night Live" comedic actors Kenan Thompson and Seth Meyers will perform as part of a busy Homecoming celebration Oct. 22 to 29 at the University of Kansas.
- Docking family pledges $500K to fund new east campus gateway, fountain
- KU institute names former Rep. Karen McCarthy, Paul Curcio as Dole Fellows
- Media Advisory: Press conference with ex-Polish President Walesa on Thursday
- KU sets records for fall enrollment, highest minority enrollment
- KU offers first scholarship package for Kansans with perfect ACT scores
- Ultralight plane, film crew to land in Lawrence to track monarch migration
- KU reorganizes dean of students office to improve visibility, access to services
- KU Continuing Education announces new East Asian studies courses
- KU to honor top high school seniors from four counties at Salina on Oct. 5
- KU to honor 63 high school seniors from four northwest counties at Hays on Oct. 6
Chancellor Hemenway's statement on the teaching of evolution and scientific principles.
Small town natives band together
Students form Kansas Connections to ease big-town transition. When KU sophomore Alisha Ann Ridgley tells other KU students she is from Waldo, she knows exactly what they will say.
- English Alternative Theatre and Hall Center announce original production
- KU Phi Delta Theta fraternity chapter wins awards at international convention
- Reception for opening of luminous Hall Center exhibit set for Oct. 1
KU provost to step down after 13 years; oversaw strong gains in academic quality
David E. Shulenburger, who has overseen impressive gains in the academic profile of University of Kansas students and a renewed emphasis on effective teaching, announced today that he will step down as executive vice chancellor and provost of the Lawrence campus at the end of June 2006.
- KU announces more than 1,165 summer graduates
- KU honors program to honor 2005 Whitcomb Essay winner Sept. 30
- Mousetrap car is focus of high school design contest
Happy Birthday KJHK
Student radio station keeps rockin’ at 30 with concerts, lecture by Chuck D. KJHK went on air Oct. 15, 1975.
- New KU TV ad, 'A Great Place to Be,' produced by KU alumni, staff, students
- Roger Martin commentary: Tracy Hicks partners with nature to make art
- National Intelligence University leader to lecture on homeland security Oct. 4 at KU
Ready to make some noise?
Basketball season returns with Late Night in the Phog Phriday night.
- 20th annual KU symposium on black leadership to draw 500 students
- Annual policy conference to focus on science and the Kansas economy
- KU researchers receive federal grant to extend disaster research
Wilcox Collection of political literature to celebrate 40 years at KU
Basketball season returns with Late Night in the Phog Phriday night.
- Bingham memorial services planned; KU offers assistance to displaced students
- Lecture to explore relationship between early life on Earth and changing climates
- KU piano freshman wins opportunity to perform with orchestra in St. Louis
- Gift enables KU choir to perform in Wichita, Pratt, Meade, Dodge City
KU Debate Team tied for first in national rankings with Missouri State University
The University of Kansas debate team is tied for first place with Missouri State University in the national varsity rankings after the first fall rounds of National Debate Tournament competition.
- KU Endowment Association elects five new trustees to the board
- Sen. Biden to hold media availability about 1 p.m. today at Dole Institute
- KU Endowment support for KU in FY05 exceeds $100 million
- KU Chancellors Club honors KU Medical Center scientist Dale Abrahamson
- KU pharmaceutical chemistry professor receives Career Teaching Award
- Chancellors Club Scholars named for 2005-06 academic year
- Roger Martin: Scientific ignorance may have lasting repercussions
- More than 450 junior, senior high school students attend Black Leadership event
- KU to honor 74 high school seniors from four eastern Kansas counties Nov. 10
- Funeral services Wednesday for KLETC instructor's son fatally wounded in Iraq
- KU seniors win Excellence in Community Education and Leadership Award
- Dole Institute of Politics selected to host Congress to Campus program
- KU gay student services office to distribute 'gay? fine by me' T-shirts
- KU to honor 93 high school seniors from Riley, Clay, Pottawatomie counties Nov. 7
- KU to honor 62 high school seniors from Geary, Dickinson, Morris counties Nov. 9
- KU to honor 61 high school seniors from 6 SW Kansas counties Nov. 9 in Liberal
- Conservative college guide book lauds KU as 'one of the best'
- KU, Coach Mangino encourage fans to 'celebrate safely'
- KU honors fourth class of 25 Kansas/Asia scholars Nov.9 in Spencer Art Museum
- KU debate duo takes third place at Harvard tournament Oct. 29-31
- KU to honor 33 high school seniors from Osage, Wabaunsee counties Nov. 15
- KU to honor 202 seniors from Shawnee County high schools Nov. 15
- KU to honor 42 high school seniors from Montgomery County on Nov. 16
Saluting two good men
Marine alum and father who served together in Iraq to speak at KU for Veterans Day.
- Tulane architecture professors to discuss rebuilding New Orleans at KU symposium
- United Nations Foundation senior adviser to speak on 'Controversy and Opportunity'
- Journalism professor Chuck Marsh receives 2005 H.O.P.E. Award
- Phi Delta Theta fraternity raises $7,500-plus for ALS walk Oct. 22 at KU
- KU names national search committee to select next dean of libraries
- KU senior from Leawood advances to Rhodes Scholar district competition
- KU evolutionary biologists receive $1.6M NSF grant to 'Assemble the Tree of Life'
- Dole Institute seeks photographs of World War II veterans from Kansas for display
- KU flu vaccine clinic resumes service today
- 49 KU students headed for Alternative Winter Breaks service work in five states
- Five KU students attend campus civic engagement conference at Harvard
- African-American studies pioneer to give Marwa lecture at KU on Nov. 15
- KU pharmacy, geology professors named to distinguished fellowships
- International education committee offering first Kansas in the World prizes
Take a break on Antarctic ice
KU research teams to depart for Antarctica to measure polar ice sheets.
- Statement: investigation of alleged hazing, underage drinking at fraternity
- KU parking, transit task force to seek 'fare free' zones for bus riders
- National magazine names KU medical school a 'top 10' school for Hispanics
- KU researchers invite K-12 students to track Antarctica mission in December
A bull market for students
Portfolio class invests donor's cash, makes a million.
- KU student team among top six in nation at Deloitte Tax Case Study Competition
- Religious studies intelligent design class withdrawn, e-mail controversy cited
- Chancellor's statement re: withdrawal of course
- KU awards $8 million in private scholarships for Fall 2005 semester
- KU molecular biologist awarded K-INBRE Faculty Scholar Award
- Communications veteran takes over new position at KU Endowment
Architecture prof designs world's 10th tallest residential complex.
- Chancellor invited to attend University Presidents Summit in Washington, D.C.
- KU doctoral history student wins national Gilder Lehrman Fellowship
- KU Info graduates to new era, hires new director; to enhance services to students
- Calder Pickett steps down after 32 years at Kansas Public Radio
Jayhawks flying south to face Houston in Fort Worth Bowl Dec. 23.