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April 22 University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little hopes a new health education building at the University of Kansas Medical Center can be finished in three years. More News Gray-Little and other state officials Monday praised the
Kansas City, Kan Gov. Sam Brownback, legislative and higher education officials Monday will extol recently approved budget enhancements, including $25 million in bonds to help construct a proposed $75 million health education building. Also
Topeka Gov. Sam Brownback will visit the Kansas University Medical Center on Monday to tout $25 million in bonding authority to help build a new health education building. Accompanying Brownback at the 11 a.m. event in Kansas City, Kan., will be KU
The Kansas athletic department is poised to lose close to $340,000 in net revenue after a student-led push to eliminate a $25 per semester campus fee designated for women's and non-revenue sports. More News The KU student senate previously voted to
Topeka Republicans on the Senate budget-writing committee Tuesday approved a higher education spending plan that Democrats said will hurt Kansas University...Ways and Means ranking minority member Laura Kelly, D-Topeka, said the proposed budget "
The University of Kansas Student Senate has voted to eliminate a student fee that supports women's and non-revenue sports. More News Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little has the authority to reject the Wednesday's vote on the nearly 35-year-old fee...
Kansas University Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little speaks on Wednesday with state Sen. Tom Arpke, R-Salina...Arpke leveled several criticisms of KU during a budget committee meeting. Statehouse News More State Legislature News Topeka The head of a
Topeka Kansas University Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little acknowledged Tuesday that she faces an uphill battle in convincing the Kansas Legislature to dedicate state funds to cover at least part of the cost of a new $75 million medical education
Leaders of the University of Kansas are vowing not to give up on a plan to build a new health education center for the university's medical center, even though Gov. Sam Brownback's proposed budget does not include funding for the effort. Brownback's
KAN. Top Kansas University administrators today tried to make the case to legislators for state funding, but they faced some critical questions from conservatives who have already cut higher education funding. "We are doing the best job that we can,