Following their win as Student Body President and Vice President, Sadie Williams and Alessia Roark spoke to the Kansan about their plans for the following year.
University of Kansas Provost Barbara Bichelmeyer provided information in an email on the search to find a new dean for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The new job position will be listed as the Executive Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Six months after protests occurred outside of the Phi Kappa Psi house at the University of Kansas, there have been no official updates on the investigation aside from the initial statements released by KU administration and the Lawrence Police Department one day following the protests.
Members of GTAC reflected after the fact-finding hearing held between the group and KU administration, in an effort to reach an agreement over wages. GTAC argues that GTAs' salaries should be raised according to a number of factors, including inflation.
FBI Director Christopher Wray visited the University of Kansas on Friday, along with Sen. Jerry Moran and Chancellor Douglas Girod. They led a discussion on cybersecurity at the Lied Center.
Starting 5 p.m. March 3, masks will no longer be required in non-classroom settings, which includes libraries, dining halls and research labs. They will be required in classrooms, on buses, in Watkins Health Center and in childcare centers.
David Cook, the vice chancellor for Public Affairs and Economic Development for the University of Kansas, was chosen as North Dakota State University’s next president, NDSU announced on Wednesday.
A fact-finding hearing was held between KU administration and GTAC members Friday, in an effort to reach an agreement on GTA wages. A fact-finder hired by the Kansas Department of Labor will make a recommendation based on presentations shared by both groups.
The University of Kansas is working toward a "test-blind" admissions process, where standardized test scores will no longer be considered in the student admission or scholarship awarding process.
Following D.A. Graham's resignation, Nicole Hodges Persely will start immediately as vice provost for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.
Student Senate condemned the lack of student input in recent proposals to increase rates for KU Student Housing in a resolution passed on Nov. 10
Universities are being urged by federal agencies to comply with the new vaccination mandate, potentially risking 2,500 jobs.