PHOTO OPPORTUNITY: 9:30 to 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 14 Washburn President
Jerry Farley will join the Move Crew at the Living Learning Center.
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, students will move in to
Washburn University with the help of the Washburn Move Crew. This
Washburn tradition invites Washburn students, student organizations,
faculty, staff, alumni and the Topeka community to roll up their sleeves
and help Living Learningmore...
Twenty-five Washburn University students have been awarded departmental
scholarships by the English department. They are:
Emmett: Martha Custis
Fredonia: Mali Farwell
Lansing: Heather Averill
Meriden: Genoveva Callahan
Overland Park: Hillary Klein
Stilwell: Allison Kostusik
Topeka: Stacia Baer, Maribeth Emmert, Said Fallaha,more...
Washburn University will offer two Enrollment Days, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 25 and Tuesday, Aug. 12 at the Student
Service Center, Morgan Hall, room 152, Washburn campus. These two
enrollment days are opportunities for all students to have their
enrollment needs met in one seamless process. Students enrolling will
have access to services from the registrar, financial aid, admissions
and business offices and academicmore...
Area mascot performers, including Washburn University’s Ichabod, will
learn how to better engage a crowd, without words, to make their mascot
programs more successful at a Mascot Boot Camp, July 25-27, at Washburn
campus. The Boot Camp will be a one-of-a-kind experience that
specifically targets performers who dress as a character and whose job
is crowd entertainment and interaction.
The camp will be led by David Raymond, owner ofmore...
After jumping 14.8 percentage points, Washburn University School of Law
was named a top law school in increasing employment gains from 2011 to
2013. The listing "Largest
employment gains by school" was released by preLaw and the
National Jurist magazines on July 15. Washburn Law’s graduate
employment rate increased to 78.5 percent in 2013 from 63.7 percent in
“We are certainly pleased that our graduates are doing well andmore...