Sunyoung Cheong, a 3D computer design professor and jewelry artist, is teaching students how to use design programs to create jewelry and how to sell their work.
Each year, students are required to pay a health fee as part of their student fees at the University. This provides funding for Watkins Health Center and allows students to access some services without paying any money out of pocket.
Interim Provost Carl Lejuez addressed the University's upcoming strategic plan as well as changes to the University's budget model in the first community forum of the year on Monday.
Researchers at the University are looking to develop painted-on solar panels. These panels would reduce renewable energy costs and make solar panels more accessible to the public.
The KU Office of Diversity and Equity created a cultural competency badge to award students and faculty who attend at least two participating events each semester.
Dave Tell, professor at the University of Kansas, launches an app to fight against vandalism of Emmett Till memorial signs. The app gives visitors a deeper look into the sites and can be used to teach students.
In this week's Hawks on the BLVD, Zachary Chan, a freshman majoring in computer engineering, shares his interest in artificial intelligence.