As part of the studies, the Kansas University researchers created mock Facebook walls with various levels of opening up, and asked participants how they'd feel about the postings if each was a romantic partner.
What does KU stand for?
KU stands for Kansas University (or University of Kansas)
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We have 9 other meanings of KU in our Acronym Attic
- OK, Thank You
- Kapitein Ter Zee (Dutch)
- Kyros Tablet Zone
- Karma Tekchen Zabsal Ling (Tibetan Buddhist Centre; Toronto, Canada)
- Frequency Sub-Band
- Kakatiya University (Warangal, India)
- Kanagawa University (Japan)
- Kannur University (India)
- Kansas Union (University of Kansas)
- Karachi University (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Karunya University (Tamil Nadu, India)
- Kasetsart University (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Kashmir University (India)
- Kathmandu University (Nepal)
- Katholieke Universiteit (Leuven; Dutch)
- Keith Urban (country music artist)
- Kentucky Utilities
- Kenyatta University (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Kettering University
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She anticipates on her Google+ profile that she'll be in the Kansas University graduate class of 2016.
As for the 24-year-old astronomer who found Pluto, Clyde Tombaugh: He became the first winner of a four-year Kansas University scholarship (7/18/31, p.
Speaking at the event will be Carolina Centre director Dr Carl Ernst and Kansas University Department of Mathematics professor Dr Jeffery Lang, who is also the co-founder and adviser of Generation Islam (widespread network of North American born Muslims).
Terry Slocum, Associate Professor of Geography at Kansas University, in his nomination letter.
After earning her first degree from Kansas University, Paretsky moved to Chicago to study for her PhD.
Wehmeyer (who is also the Associate Director of the Beach Center on Disability at the University of Kansas, and the Director of the Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities) is based on the finding that self-determination is a significant factor in improving educational performance and transition outcomes in students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Chaves-Carballo (history and philosphy of medicine, Kansas University Medical Center) is also a physician with expertise in tropical diseases, and some of his interest in his subject stems from dismay at how much suffering they continue to cause, even when the science is underestood.