KU in the Capitol

KU in the Capitol is an annual event where we showcase the ways the university benefits Kansans, as well as thank policymakers for their support of KU and higher education. In 2014, the event will be held Thursday, February 13.

For updates on the university’s work in Topeka, visit the State Relations page.


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KU Edwards Campus is excited to partner with JCCC, Blue Valley and Olathe school districts to offer degree in three years. Degree in 3 allows students to accelerate education, get access to internships and save money on higher education. Tags: Johnson County Community College Olathe District Schools Blue Valley School District
Degree in 3
A new collaboration between the University of Kansas Edwards Campus, Johnson County Community College (JCCC) and the Blue Valley and Olathe school districts is here. Read more to see how you can graduate in 3 years.

Inside KU: Military language training, bullying, arthritis and KU's Panorama "Inside KU" explains how a Department of Defense grant is helping to provide real-world language training to military personnel soon to be deployed around the world. Learn more about KU Graduate Military Programs at (http://bit.ly/1rZHgAh). Also: KU researchers are working with Kansas schools to develop policies to stop bullying (See http://bit.ly/1jvhpxL). Bioengineering students at KU work on a potential treatment for arthritis (See KU-BERC at http://bit.ly/W1zAR5). The historic Panorama in KU's Natural History Museum is being expertly preserved (See http://bit.ly/1mPqJNd). The Time Warner Cable Sports Network's "Inside KU" is hosted by Jeannie Hodes.


Internationally recognized programs
Millions in grants and contracts for research
Generous financial support for students
Research projects that stretch to Antarctica, Greenland, and numerous points in between
Birthplace and home of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology
A thriving field program that sends undergraduate and graduate students throughout the world
Industry recruiters who visit annually to hire KU Geology's graduating students