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  • 10/7/15 9:07 am CDT
    TOPEKA, Kansas -- Washburn University students are making their way to Florida this week to present original research findings to the International Association of Computer Information Systems.  Graduate student Michaela Saunders, and senior Keval Shah – along with research partner Zachary Smith, who was unable to attend – worked under the tutelage of Nan Sun, professor, computer information sciences, to produce "What Makes Them Click: Gender, Social Media and the College Audience." more...
  • 10/1/15 5:21 pm CDT

    Thomas L. King Lecture in Religious Studies is open to the public

                Washburn University is welcoming one of the pre-eminent experts Jewish-Christian interfaith relations to deliver its annual Thomas L. King Lecture in Religious Studies.            Dr. Amy-Jill Levine is a Professor of New Testament Studies and a Professor of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennesee and comes to Washburn to help her audience “hear Jesusmore...
  • 10/1/15 1:33 pm CDT

    Media Instructions: Media must check in with event staff outside the Washburn Room, Memorial Union, before taking photographs. Students whose parents have signed a photography release will have specially marked nametags.

    Lab activities will take place 9:40-10:30 a.m. and noon to 12:50 p.m. in a variety of locations across campus including Stoffer Science Hall, Petro Allied Health Center, Henderson Learning and Resources Center and Morgan Hall. 

    Information and locations will be provided when you check in.

    The properties of microwaved marshmallows, designing an edible volcano and connecting electrical circuits are just a few of the 22 different labs designed to bolster an interest in science for seventh grade girls at the ninth annual Women in Science Day event on Tuesday, October 6 at Washburn University. Approximately 250 seventh graders from nine area schools are expected to attend the event which is designed to demonstrate the practical applications in everyday life of science, technology,more...
  • 2/24/15 7:08 am CST
    Love the night sky? Whether you want to see it from a refracting telescope or the comfort of a chair on a Saturday afternoon, come to Washburn University. Four open house events will occur at the Crane Observatory in March and April. Mark Smith, who directs outreach programs for the Washburn Department of Physics and Astronomy, said Crane Observatory open houses will go on as scheduled if the sky is mostly clear at start time. Hemore...
  • 2/6/15 7:08 am CST
    Cellists of all ages and abilities will gather at Washburn University’s White Concert Hall on Valentine’s Day to share their love of the instrument and make music together. The public is invited to attend a free concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14 at White Concert Hall. Sponsored by the Washburn Department of Music, the first I Heart Cello Day will bring together cellists age 11 through adult. The musicians willmore...

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It's officially Family Day Weekend! A big Washburn welcome to all the siblings on campus for Siblings' Day, we hope you have a great time!-1 day 19 hours ago