Explore Washburn University’s 6th annual Wellness Fair to discover local
products, services, demonstrations and presentations that promote
physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, occupational,
environmental and social well-being from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the
Washburn Room, Memorial Union, Washburn campus. The event is free and
open to the public.
Services being offered for free include blood pressure testing, body fatmore...
Ten Washburn University students received awards for outstanding poster
presentations of their research at a recent Kansas IDeA Network of
Biomedical Research Excellence Symposium in Kansas City, Mo.
Receiving awards for their poster presentations were:
Michael Benfer, Topeka, “Cloning and Analysis of a Naegleria Gruberi
Potassium Two-Pore Channel cDNA.”
Keith Wagers, Topeka, “Synthesis, Characterization, andmore...
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 6 p.m., Don Lambert will appear as the artist John
Steuart Curry in a one-person show. A reception will follow the
Lambert has performed as Curry more than 200 times over the past 20
years. In 1993, Lambert discovered in a Chicago gallery a cache of
sketches by Curry for his Capitol murals and convinced the State to
purchase them for the Kansas Museum of History. Lambert’s performance as
Are you interested in becoming Washburn University’s Ichabod mascot
performer? Tryouts are Wednesday, Feb. 26. To apply, visit
Washburn.edu/mascot and download the mascot performer pre-registration
instructions. Applicants must pre-register by Wednesday, Feb.19. A
mascot performer will receive $650 per semester and will be selected
based on their appropriateness and entertainment value.
For more information, visit Washburn.edu/mascot ormore...
“A Long and Winding Walk to Wichita” is the topic of an illustrated talk
by dedicated pedestrian and author Henry Fortunato at the Washburn
University Kansas Day event at 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 28 in room 112
of Henderson Learning Resources Center on the campus. No admission is
charged and the public is welcome.
In October 2012 left his home in Overland Park to go for a walk that
ended 240 miles and 13 hours later in Wichita.more...