Black History Month: A University of Kansas reading list

To mark Black History Month, we have compiled a list of book recommendations, research videos and projects from across the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at KU that contribute to this important celebration of the achievements by black Americans and recognize the central role of African-Americans in U.S. history. Slavery & Emancipation When President Lincoln signed […]

Love is in the air: relationship advice from the College

Valentine’s Day is here, and love is in the air. Pick-up a glossy magazine, flick a few pages and very quickly, you will find a celebrity sharing their relationship advice with you. Turn on the television, and dating shows like “The Bachelor” will show you the trials and tribulations of finding love in the modern […]

Mars image from Hubble Space Telescope

Professor Q&A with Craig Marshall, researching life on Mars

Part of Craig Marshall’s job as an associate professor of geology is to play with lasers. He’s a specialist in Raman spectroscopy, which involves using lasers to determine the molecular makeup of matter. Marshall frequently employs this technique to analyze minerals and crystals. One application he’s studying is whether Raman spectroscopy could help scientists find […]

6 things #KUresearch discovered this summer

Taking a break from the classroom, many of our talented faculty and students were hard at work this summer digging into their research – sometimes literally. Here’s just a short list of what these Jayhawks accomplished. Wanting more? Check out all the College news here. The gate to Goliath’s hometown Yes, that Goliath. As in, […]