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Senate committee rejects medical building funding
A Kansas Senate committee ignored pleas from University of Kansas officials and approved a capital improvement plan that does not include funding for a new heath education building.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Kansas budget panel rejects $2 million for new institute
A Kansas Senate budget subcommittee has rejected a proposal to spend $2 million for a new institute at the University of Kansas to work with pharmaceutical companies on new drugs and technologies.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Dr. Mark Funkhouser Named New Publisher GOVERNING Magazine
Funkhouser, the former mayor of Kansas City, Mo., has since 2011 served as the director of the Governing Institute, an initiative affiliated with the magazine that works with state and local leaders to improve performance and outcomes through research, support and education.
KU introduces 8 new MBA certificates at Edwards Campus
Eight new Master of Business Administration certificates will be available beginning this fall from the University of Kansas School of Business.
Kansas schools start new tests amid service delays
New annual math and reading tests got off to a shaky start Monday morning when schools attempting to use the state's assessments apparently overwhelmed the system.
Gaia Herbs continues to make strides in herbal medicine
Gaia Herbs has been really busy this past month with several awards received and a new research they are funding.
Peterson's Kristen Goodson Named Vice President - Product Management
Peterson Manufacturing, a global leader in transportation-based safety lighting technology and related equipment, has appointed Kristen Goodson as Vice President - Product Management.
The Wichita Eagle
KU students to vote on eliminating athletics fee
Students pay $25 in the fall and spring and $10 in the summer, with the revenue going to women's and non-revenue sports.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Now Playing Onstage in Kansas City - Week of 3/09/2014
KU SCHOLARSHIP CONCERT Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts 3/12-3/12/2014 The University of Kansas School of Music is proud to present the 4th Annual KU School of Music Scholarship Concert: featuring KU Choirs and Symphony Orchestra.
Medical News Today
New fins evolve repeatedly in teleost fishes
Though present in more than 6,000 living species of fish, the adipose fin, a small appendage that lies between the dorsal fin and tail, has no clear function and is thought to be vestigial.
Northeast Kansas happenings
The 36th annual Aggieville St. Patrick's Day Parade and Road Race will be Saturday, March 15, in the Aggieville business district in Manhattan.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Could huge solar flare unplug Earth?
When the sun got ornery in 1859, American telegraph operators saw sparks fly. A huge solar flare belched a cloud of charged particles into Earth's path.
Forum speaker lauds Dole as public servant, talks political experiences that defined him
Rather than talk about the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas, Bill Lacy shared some of his top leadership advice Friday morning at the First Friday Forum in Ottawa.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Garden City Telegram
Contrary to popular belief, Kansas not the flattest state
It's time for some levelheaded talk about that ostensibly endless stretch of flatness some denigrate as "flyover country" and others respectfully call "Kansas."
The Lebanon Daily News
Campus news a " 3/7
Alexander Galli, of Lebanon, was named to the honor roll at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansa.
The library at Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Kansas, in Lawrence, on April 10, 2013.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the largest U.S. fraternities and the deadliest, said it would ban the initiation of recruits, citing the toll that hazing has taken on its newest members and its reputation.
Great Bend Tribune
Martin recipient of KACEE environmental education award
The Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education announced Thursday the recipients of the 2014 Excellence in Conservation and Environmental Education Awards.
The Kansas City Star
a Jayhawkersa : A slam-dunk for evoking an era | 3 stars
"Jayhawkers" is not a biography of Wilt Chamberlain. In fact, the basketball legend is on the bench through much of local filmmaker Kevin Willmott's latest.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
New marsupial frog species discovery in Peru
This is a canopy species found in primary tropical moist lowland and montane tropical forest.
The Wichita Eagle
Kansas Supreme Court to announce ruling on school funding case Friday
A state Supreme Court decision that could change the future of school funding and the makeup of the courts in Kansas is expected to be handed down Friday morning.