The University of Kansas — Where Potential Fuels Progress
There’s nothing quite like the KU experience. The University of Kansas fosters each scholar’s unique potential to change the world. Here, one’s passion finds its purpose as part of the university’s dynamic research and learning community.
Through opportunities on campus and beyond — practical learning, research, internships, field experiences, study abroad — Jayhawks are prepared to contribute to our communities and address society’s challenging issues. This is only possible because of private support. Donors partner with the university to provide resources for outstanding students, faculty members and researchers working to advance the latest ideas. We invite you to celebrate your connection to the crimson and blue with a digital pennant.
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Since 2011, the Salina Campus has been home to School of Medicine and School of Nursing students. Community support funded a recent expansion to provide more opportunites for students to work together and practice skills in real-world situations.
Studio 804 students of KU’s designed and built Monarch Village, an expansion of the Lawrence Community Shelter. Students converted 12 shipping containers into private living spaces for families dealing with housing insecurity.
COVID Test Lab on a Chip
KU chemistry and engineering students are repurposing the existing “lab-on-a-chip” portable devices designed at the university to test for COVID-19 virus particles in less than 15 minutes. Additionally, this device can be used for early cancer detection.
The Campus Cupboard, Lawrence Campus
Since 2018, the Campus Cupboard has been providing KU students, faculty and staff on the Lawrence Campus with access to food resources. Additionally, the Campus Cupboard provides personal care, hygiene and kitchen items to those in need.
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