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The decision to go to graduate school is an exciting, rewarding and, sometimes, scary one. Graduate education can open doors to better professional opportunities – and an increased salary – and make you better at what you do. Though graduate school can seem overwhelming, with the right strategies, i...

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The ALTEC (Advanced Learning Technologies in Education Consortia) division of KU’s Center for Research on Learning recently hosted a Summer Technology Camp. The camp served as a meeting point for educators across the state to discuss, share and experience technology-related education practices. The...

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“The Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity has announced 27 honorees for the 2014-15 Women of Distinction calendar. The women were selected for their outstanding contributions to the university and community."

One of the women chosen was Dr. Sally Roberts. Dr. Roberts is the associate dean...

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Karrie Shogren, associate professor of special education and associate director of the Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities, and Michael Wehmeyer, professor of special education and executive director of the Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities, are at the forefro...

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Thomas DeLuca, assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies, authored a study in which he analyzed Michigan’s efforts to consolidate noninstructional services such as accounting, payroll, transportation, human resources, food service and custodial services. While he found the arr...

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April 23
Summer 2021 Term

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May 10
Summer 2021 Term

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August 6
Fall 2021 Term


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