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  • 4/17/18 9:34 am CDT
         Topeka, Kan. – Washburn University students will make more than 80 presentations as part of the annual Apeiron event Friday, April 20. Apeiron is designed to showcase student research, scholarship, creative activities and community engagement in a setting similar to a professional conference.     This year’s Apeiron will begin with the fine arts performing session in the Mulvane Art Museum from 10:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. Oral presentations will start at 11:more...
  • 4/11/18 3:35 pm CDT
    Welcome to a special newsletter from the Public Relations staff at Washburn University.  This newsletter goes out every Wednesday when classes are in session.  It's designed to showcase events and story possibilities in the coming week.  For more information about any of these events or story tips, contact Washburn's Public Relations Department at wurelations@washburn.edu or at 785-670-1711.Thursday, April 12, 20189:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  – Petro Allied Healthmore...
  • 4/10/18 2:40 pm CDT

    Washburn University School of Law is pleased to announce that its 41st signature Foulston Siefkin scholarly lecture will be delivered this year by Ruth Okediji, Harvard Law School's Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Professor of Law.

         Washburn University School of Law is pleased to announce that its 41st signature Foulston Siefkin scholarly lecture will be delivered this year by Ruth Okediji, Harvard Law School's Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Professor of Law.     "The Right to Own?: Protecting Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge in the Age of Intellectual Property" will be held on Thursday, April 12, from 12:10 to 1 p.m. in Room 102 of the Law School. In the presentation, Okediji, a renowned scholar inmore...
  • 4/10/18 1:52 pm CDT
         An added opportunity is bringing new style to Washburn Tech’s Summer Camp. Cosmetology is among the career explorations being offered at this year’s event, set for June 4-7 for incoming seventh and eighth graders and June 11-14 for incoming ninth and tenth graders. The camp is designed to excite and inspire young minds as they explore their interests and even consider future career choices.     Each session is 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and costs $75, which includesmore...
  • 4/9/18 11:45 am CDT
    WHAT: International sculpture artist Kwan Wu will share his experiences as an artist in both China and the United States. This event is free and open to the public.WHEN: Wednesday, April 11, 12:00 p.m.WHERE: International House, Washburn University campus 1700 SW College Ave., Topeka, KS 66621DETAILS: Kwan Wu was a professor at the Guangzhou Fine Arts Institute in China before coming to the United States as a visiting professor at KU in 1990. He is now an independent artist, traveling betweenmore...

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Less than one week until Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement & one of TIME's Women of the Year, speaks at… https://t.co/FiVXiDR0W6-1 hour 49 min ago
Come hang out with Mr. Ichabod and his friends at Scorch on the Porch in the Union! https://t.co/GzYmII1ukv-4 hours 41 min ago
Professor Sharon Sullivan & students will discuss their experiences presenting at the United Nations' Commission on… https://t.co/dLyAVBfpoV-6 hours 33 min ago