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KU establishes $11 million biomedical center to advance women’s health using big data

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will establish a multidisciplinary biomedical center at the University of Kansas to research big data’s potential to improve women’s health. It will fund KU’s fifth Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
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With wobbling stars, astronomers gauge mass of 126 exoplanets and find 15 new ones

New findings from an astronomer at the University of Kansas offer new understanding of the makeup of exoplanets and their star systems generally.
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KU research examines why athletes use authenticity in personal branding, how personal life influences brand

A pair of studies examines why athletes feel authenticity is vital to their personal branding and how an athlete's personal life influences their brand, including aspects of their romantic life. The findings both better illustrate how athletes use branding to advance in their sport and the racial and gendered implications of personal life on athletes' perception by the public.
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KU team leads special journal edition on including people with disabilities in research

A KU team has led the publication of a special issue of the journal Inclusion, calling for opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be paid, equitable members of research teams. The journal includes firsthand accounts from researchers with disabilities.

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KU establishes $11 million biomedical center to advance women’s health using big data

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will establish a multidisciplinary biomedical center at the University of Kansas to research big data’s potential to improve women’s health. It will fund KU’s fifth Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
Illustration of notable exoplanets included in TESS-Keck survey

With wobbling stars, astronomers gauge mass of 126 exoplanets and find 15 new ones

New findings from an astronomer at the University of Kansas offer new understanding of the makeup of exoplanets and their star systems generally.
An image of a football on a field among yard markers.

KU research examines why athletes use authenticity in personal branding, how personal life influences brand

A pair of studies examines why athletes feel authenticity is vital to their personal branding and how an athlete's personal life influences their brand, including aspects of their romantic life. The findings both better illustrate how athletes use branding to advance in their sport and the racial and gendered implications of personal life on athletes' perception by the public.
A group of hands are joined before the backdrop of a sunset.

KU team leads special journal edition on including people with disabilities in research

A KU team has led the publication of a special issue of the journal Inclusion, calling for opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be paid, equitable members of research teams. The journal includes firsthand accounts from researchers with disabilities.

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Photo of researchers involved in the NIH award to KU

KU establishes $11 million biomedical center to advance women’s health using big data

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will establish a multidisciplinary biomedical center at the University of Kansas to research big data’s potential to improve women’s health. It will fund KU’s fifth Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
Illustration of notable exoplanets included in TESS-Keck survey

With wobbling stars, astronomers gauge mass of 126 exoplanets and find 15 new ones

New findings from an astronomer at the University of Kansas offer new understanding of the makeup of exoplanets and their star systems generally.
An image of a football on a field among yard markers.

KU research examines why athletes use authenticity in personal branding, how personal life influences brand

A pair of studies examines why athletes feel authenticity is vital to their personal branding and how an athlete's personal life influences their brand, including aspects of their romantic life. The findings both better illustrate how athletes use branding to advance in their sport and the racial and gendered implications of personal life on athletes' perception by the public.
A group of hands are joined before the backdrop of a sunset.

KU team leads special journal edition on including people with disabilities in research

A KU team has led the publication of a special issue of the journal Inclusion, calling for opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be paid, equitable members of research teams. The journal includes firsthand accounts from researchers with disabilities.

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Team members accept award on stage for the Grotesque Renewal Project

Dyche Hall Grotesque Renewal Project honored with historic preservation award

The Dyche Hall Grotesque Renewal Project at KU recently received the Medallion Award, the highest award bestowed by the Kansas Preservation Alliance, at the 2024 Kansas State Preservation Conference.
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Education in an AI World summer conference to be hosted for educators

The School of Education & Human Sciences at the University of Kansas will host the 2024 Strategies for Educational Improvement Summer Conference for the region’s PK-12 educators as a hybrid professional development event June 14.
Photo of researchers involved in the NIH award to KU

KU establishes $11 million biomedical center to advance women’s health using big data

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will establish a multidisciplinary biomedical center at the University of Kansas to research big data’s potential to improve women’s health. It will fund KU’s fifth Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
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Spain still struggles over interpretation of its Golden Age

To understand the separatist movements and other political forces that threaten to break Spain apart, it is instructive to see how all sides spin the nation’s Golden Age literary heritage today. That is the premise of the new book “The Currency of Cultural Patrimony: The Spanish Golden Age” by KU author Robert Bayliss.

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Team members accept award on stage for the Grotesque Renewal Project

Dyche Hall Grotesque Renewal Project honored with historic preservation award

The Dyche Hall Grotesque Renewal Project at KU recently received the Medallion Award, the highest award bestowed by the Kansas Preservation Alliance, at the 2024 Kansas State Preservation Conference.
spring flowers overlooking the KU campanile on an overcast day

Education in an AI World summer conference to be hosted for educators

The School of Education & Human Sciences at the University of Kansas will host the 2024 Strategies for Educational Improvement Summer Conference for the region’s PK-12 educators as a hybrid professional development event June 14.
Photo of researchers involved in the NIH award to KU

KU establishes $11 million biomedical center to advance women’s health using big data

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will establish a multidisciplinary biomedical center at the University of Kansas to research big data’s potential to improve women’s health. It will fund KU’s fifth Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
Statue depicting Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in Brussels.

Spain still struggles over interpretation of its Golden Age

To understand the separatist movements and other political forces that threaten to break Spain apart, it is instructive to see how all sides spin the nation’s Golden Age literary heritage today. That is the premise of the new book “The Currency of Cultural Patrimony: The Spanish Golden Age” by KU author Robert Bayliss.

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Photo of researchers involved in the NIH award to KU

KU establishes $11 million biomedical center to advance women’s health using big data

A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will establish a multidisciplinary biomedical center at the University of Kansas to research big data’s potential to improve women’s health. It will fund KU’s fifth Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
Illustration of notable exoplanets included in TESS-Keck survey

With wobbling stars, astronomers gauge mass of 126 exoplanets and find 15 new ones

New findings from an astronomer at the University of Kansas offer new understanding of the makeup of exoplanets and their star systems generally.
An image of a football on a field among yard markers.

KU research examines why athletes use authenticity in personal branding, how personal life influences brand

A pair of studies examines why athletes feel authenticity is vital to their personal branding and how an athlete's personal life influences their brand, including aspects of their romantic life. The findings both better illustrate how athletes use branding to advance in their sport and the racial and gendered implications of personal life on athletes' perception by the public.
A group of hands are joined before the backdrop of a sunset.

KU team leads special journal edition on including people with disabilities in research

A KU team has led the publication of a special issue of the journal Inclusion, calling for opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be paid, equitable members of research teams. The journal includes firsthand accounts from researchers with disabilities.