Two new exhibits highlighting art by and for children will be featured
June 20 through July 26 at the Mulvane Art Museum, Washburn University.
An open house reception for “Imagine: Children’s Art from Mulvane Art
Programs” and “Once Upon a Time...Art for Children by Topekans Jim Sharp
and Frank Peers,” will be 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 21. The exhibition
and open house are free and open to the public. All works in the
McCullough has seen the benefits of building a connection between a
post-traumatic stress disorder patient and a horse countless times
during her more than 25 years of practical experience.
Now, with a $50,000 grant from the Horse and Human Research Foundation,
McCullough, an assistant professor of social work at Washburn
University, and colleagues from Tufts University in Boston and an
internationally respected equinemore...
Registration will close Monday at noon for the inaugural Topeka
Community Conversation on Poverty. Nearly 150 attendees are expected.
Organized by the AmeriCorps VISTA office at the Washburn University
Center for Community and Civic Engagement and community volunteers, the
day-long event aims to bring together everyone in the Topeka area with
an interest in poverty alleviation.
“It is time for those of us in Topeka who aremore...
“Ichabods Unleased is Washburn University’s 2014 Homecoming theme, which
will begin Monday, Oct. 13 and feature daily activities leading up to
the parade at 10 a.m. around campus and the Washburn football game
against Missouri Western State University Saturday, Oct. 18.
As Homecoming preparations continue through the summer and early fall,
learn more details at washburn.edu/homecoming or
University Homecoming onmore...
Spots remain at four new student orientation sessions to be held in
June. Encourage the future Ichabods you know to sign up today.
Orientation includes course registration for the fall semester, being
issued a student ID, known at Washburn as an iCard, several workshop
sessions on aspects of life as a student including financial aid, the
residence halls and ways to get involved on campus, lunch with faculty
and staff and the chance tomore...