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KSU Libraries has been renting space from the University of Kansas for long-term book storage.
Lee Norman, MD, chief medical officer for The University of Kansas Hospital offers these 10 things to know about Ebola:
Vyhanek received a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, and a master's degree in engineering management from the University of Kansas at Regents Center in Overland Park.
I remember exactly where I was on that Sunday--the University of Kansas in our fraternity house.
Wilson of the University of Kansas in Lawrence and her colleagues find that antimicrobial-chemical cocktails may also have environmental consequences.
Snyder and members of his University of Kansas Hope Laboratory (1991) reconceptualized hope, not as a passive emotional phenomenon that occurs only in the darkest moments, but as a process through which individuals actively pursue their goals.
The Kansas Board of Regents has approved: The University of Kansas in Lawrence, near Kansas City, will institute its new BFA degree in dance in fall 2001.
More than 500 students packed into the Shoshone Room at the Satellite Student Union, while eager fans tuned in at local pubs, to watch the team play the University of Kansas in Dayton, Ohio.