Delia Gillis, director of Africana Studies and professor of history and
anthropology at the University of Central Missouri, will moderate of
panel discussion on the exhibition “Contemporary Reflections: Brown v.
Board after Sixty Years,” at 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 8 at the Mulvane Art
The panel will consist of artists represented in the exhibition, who
include painters Lonnie Powell and Michael Toombs, fiber artists Nedramore...
Six Washburn University students have been selected as finalists in the
Nall Speak Off which is sponsored by the communication department. Each
semester, the top one to three students are selected from each public
speaking course at Washburn to represent their respective classes in the
Finalists for the competition, their hometown, topic and placement were:
First place: Eric Preister, Topeka, “Wind Powermore...
If the zombie apocalypse were to wipe out half of the population, who
would you choose to be the new leader? Six Washburn University faculty
members will take part in the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Debate at 7
p.m. Wednesday, April 2 in the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, Washburn
campus. The debates will be set up bracket-style with an exciting twist
during the final rounds. Also enjoy zombie trivia from zombie television
shows and movies. Themore...
Ten Washburn University students were recently inducted in the Pi
Chapter of the Tau Upsilon Alpha National Human Services Honor Society.
New members, listed by hometowns, are:
Americus: Ashley Raulerson
Garden City: Kelli Parr
Hutchinson: Grace Roberts
Lawrence: Christian Marie Seeley
Shawnee: Laura Highland
Topeka: Claudine Dombrowski,more...
The Washburn Leadership Institute’s annual Leadership Challenge Event
will bring 27 teams and 135 students from the region and beyond to the
campus of Washburn University for a real-world leadership simulation
April 3 and 4.
The two-day challenge – secret until it actually begins on April 3 –
puts teams of five in real-world leadership roles. During two days of
unanticipated twists and turns, teams are judged on their response,more...