Since its start in 2016, the JCERT-supported KU Edwards Campus biotechnology undergraduate program has built strong relationships with students, educators and employers.
Sponsorships from Catalent, Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health allow biotech students a unique chance to perform independent research.
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.
Sanam Bezanson shared her insights at the virtual TEDx KU Edwards Campus event.
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.
Moving courses online for pandemic safety has attracted some far-flung lifelong learners.
This new health sciences bachelor's degree answers critical need in the community.
Crystle Lampitt discussed the connections between physical and psychological health at KUEC’s TEDx event.
Noah Johnson hopes to bring unique skills and perspectives to his work in rural healthcare.
Ten inspiring talks covered the theme of introspection.
Evelyn Wilson gained hands-on experience through a competitive program at Yale’s Mind and Development Lab.
Professionals share the lessons they’ve learned that can help job seekers during times of transition.
A KU toolkit for successful leadership.
A regular mindfulness practice can help you improve your focus in the office or while working from home. Learn how to make it work for you.
Why building your professional skillset matters as much as ever
Sean McFarling applies what he’s learned to his military career and preparing for life afterward
KU Professional and Continuing Education's online training program helps meet a growing need in Kansas City.
Rising Up at KUEC: In this Q & A series, outstanding 2020 KUEC grads share how the KU Edwards Campus has helped them start, advance or change their career. Meet Justin Carroll.