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IT leader keeps KU research technology at the forefront

Suzie Johannes ensures KU remains at the forefront of research by supporting its technology needs.

'I am striving to connect students, university and industry to advance design'

Greg Thomas, director of the Center for Design Research and professor of visual communication design, is unlocking the potential of design by connecting industry and academia,

Plan ahead for KU Research 2022 winter break hours

In concert with the entire Lawrence and Edwards campuses, the KU Office of Research will be closed over the winter break as outlined below. In order to be proactive in meeting the research community’s needs, we have established deadlines that will help ensure we are providing necessary services…

Program helps Native students bridge from Haskell to KU to careers in science

Kynser Wahwahsuck is one of more than 125 American Indian/Alaska Native students who have participated in the Haskell-KU Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program. The program supports students from Haskell seeking careers in biomedical, bioengineering, behavioral and environmental health fields by…

Museum staff member turns research into experiential learning

Teresa MacDonald helps educate the public about natural history with hands-on learning.

#KUFieldWorks: Studying microbes to understand the possibility of life on other planets

‘I am striving to promote equity and justice for queer and trans youth'

Meg Paceley, associate professor of social welfare, is helping create a future where queer and trans youth can grow up happy and healthy and have the same opportunities as other children.

'Invaluable' founder of research development office advances humanities at KU

Kathy Porsch is the backbone of countless humanities awards earned by KU researchers.

#KUFieldWorks: Predicting future algae blooms to preserve safe drinking water

Ted Harris and a team of faculty, student and staff are examining long-term water quality changes in large Kansas lakes, especially changes related to blue-green algae, which can cause harmful algal blooms (HABs).

Grant coordinator’s support makes humanities institute a success

Elise Stella makes things less complicated for the co-directors of the Public Digital Humanities Institute.

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