Pursuing KU’s JCERT-supported online Bachelor of Health Sciences degree more than 35 years after high school graduation, Kansas City native, Phyllis Greenquist exemplifies resilience.
Darci Ezell gained hands-on lab experience working with graduate students while pursuing her biotechnology bachelor’s degree.
Amy Wright discovered a passion for helping adults with disabilities during her studies at KUEC.
Edwards Campus students, staff and faculty found new ways to thrive this year, even during uncertain times.
Christopher Villarreal shared his knowledge at virtual TEDx KU Edwards Campus event.
Noah Johnson hopes to bring unique skills and perspectives to his work in rural healthcare.
National First-Generation Week celebrates these students’ perseverance and determination in overcoming unique obstacles to completing their college education.
Evelyn Wilson gained hands-on experience through a competitive program at Yale’s Mind and Development Lab.
Law & Society bachelor’s degree student Alfred Ring survived unspeakable horrors to make his way to Overland Park.
Rising Up at KUEC: In this Q & A series, outstanding 2020 KU graduates share how KU Edwards Campus has helped them start, advance or change their career. Meet Bryan Woodson.