Emily Juhnke, Hesston, Kan., was presented the Sibberson Award at
Washburn University’s fall commencement Friday, Dec. 12. This
prestigious award recognizes the highest-ranking members of the senior
class in the undergraduate program who completed degrees during the most
recent academic year. Micala Edgar, Greenleaf, Kan., and Daniel Strahm,
Sabetha, Kan., also were finalists for the fall 2014 Sibberson Award.
Juhnke graduated with amore...
Baccalaureate and graduate students of the Washburn University School of
Nursing participate in commencement exercises at 6:30 p.m., Friday, Dec.
12 in Lee Arena, Petro Allied Health Center, on the Washburn campus.
Baccalaureate students also will be honored during a recognition and
pinning ceremony at 3:30 p.m. the same day at White Concert Hall on the
Candidates to receive bachelor of science in nursing degreesmore...
A newly wrapped Topeka Metro transit bus featuring a Washburn University
theme will be unveiled at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, in front of the
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, Washburn campus, 17th Street and Jewell
Avenue. The bus is a celebration of the collaboration between the Topeka
Metro and Washburn which allows Washburn students, faculty and employees
to ride free. Each month, Topeka Metro provides more than 5,500 rides to
Washburn University students, faculty and staff involved in the fifth
annual Leadership Challenge Event™ are excited to announce that two
sponsors have stepped up to be title sponsors this year.
Westar Energy and Capitol Federal® Foundation each have committed
$10,000 to the Leadership Challenge Event.
“We are thrilled that Westar Energy and Capitol Federal® Foundation are
supporting the Leadership Challenge Event in such asmore...
Water scarcity is an important issue today in Kansas, the Great Plains
and beyond, and it is being investigated by state governments and many
scientists. Because their discussion is largely in the language of
science and speaks of quantifiable evidence and data, the significance
of the problem is often unclear to the lay public. That is where art
“Drift and Drag: Reflections on Water,” to run Jan. 16 to March 14,