During today's luncheon at the Kansas Board of Regents 2015 Data Quality
and Planning Conference, Dr. Andy Tompkins, President and CEO of the
Kansas Board of Regents, presented Butler Community College and Washburn
Institute of Technology with Kansas Board of Regents Data Quality Awards.
Now in its third year, the award serves as a way to recognize
institutions for excellence in the quality of data submitted and the
There still is time to register or donate scholarships for the second
annual Topeka Community Conversation on Poverty, to be held at Washburn
University on Tuesday, June 16.
Organized by the AmeriCorps VISTA office at the Washburn Center for
Community and Civic Engagement and by a group of committed Topeka
residents, the event will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the VISTA
The VISTA 50th Anniversary TCCOP willmore...
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Washburn University and the family of Glenda Taylor invite the public to
celebrate her life on Friday, June 12 at 3 p.m. at Lee Arena. The
location has been changed to accommodate the expected crowd.
Guests are asked to park in the lot at S.W. 19th Street and Washburn
Avenue in front of Lee Arena and the Petro Allied Health Center. Bike
racks are located on the building’s west side.
The Mulvane Art Museum is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition
Mulvane’s Animal Farm, which will be on view from June 12-August 8,
2015. Floral arrangements complementing the art works will be provided
by Topeka’s Floral Art Club. On June 20 from 1-4 p.m. the museum will
host an Open House and ArtLab Family Day. The movies Charlotte’s Web and
George Orwell’s Animal Farm will be screened on July 21 and July 28,
respectively. The exhibitionmore...
Renowned Mosaic Mural Artist, Isaiah Zagar from the Philadelphia Magic
Gardens will be participating in an artist residency in Topeka from June
During his time here, Mr. Zagar will lead a workshop on June 6 and 7 to
teach participants his techniques of mural building in the construction
of an 80’ long mural in the NOTO Arts District.
Sponsored in part by the Friends of the Mulvane and several local hosts