The definition of "academic workload" was one of the issues presented at Thursday's University of Kansas Faculty Senate meeting.
The University of Kansas will impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees to abide by President Joe Biden’s executive order, Chancellor Douglas Girod announced in a statement Friday afternoon. Employees must be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8.
Following a reported sexual assault by a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity last month,KU's Student Senate passed a resolution calling for social probation of the chapter and immediate termination of the accused member.
After nearly a decade of leadership, Audrey Coleman is named new director of Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics.
Strip Your Letters organized a protest outside Strong Hall on Tuesday. Protesters were able to hear speeches from local activists and invited to speak to University of Kansas administration officials.
Some Fac-Ex members brought up concerns regarding a new draft of a university-wide academic workload policy during the Faculty Senate Executive Committee meeting Tuesday.
The fifth panel of the ‘Native Hosts’ exhibit on display at the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas was stolen Tuesday, according to an email sent out by campus leaders.
Interdepartmental conflicts was the most reported issue to the Ombuds office for the 2020-2021 school year, according to the office's annual report. COVID-19 played a huge role in the 174 total cases reported to the Ombuds Office last year.
Students living in scholarship halls share frustrations over student housing neglecting their facilities as they return to pre-pandemic functionality.
The Board of Regents wants to incorporate a university-wide academic workload policy that would dictate how much time KU faculty spend instructing students, the Faculty Senate president said Tuesday.
Most sexual crimes on campus happen during "The Red Zone" during the start of the fall semester through the start of Thanksgiving break.
About 100 protesters gathered on the second floor of Strong Hall, right outside the office of Chancellor Doug Girod, to protest the University of Kansas administration’s handling of the reported sexual assault that took place last weekend outside the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. The protest started Friday and will continue until 1:00 a.m. Saturday morning, according to multiple social media posts about the event.
The Office of University Governance sent an email to KU faculty, staff and students Thursday addressing recent events on campus and denouncing “violence of all forms.”