Other KU Resources and Programs
KU offers a number of world-class professional development and learning opportunities through a variety of campus organizations and departments. For information about any of the programs listed below, please visit the links provided or contact the organization directly.
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Center for Teaching Excellence
The Center for Teaching Excellence » provides opportunities for faculty, instructional staff members, and graduate students to learn about recent developments in higher education and to share experiences and ideas with their peers.
KU Continuing Education
The University of Kansas Continuing Education (KUCE) program » supports the teaching, research and public service missions of the University, contributing to postgraduate professional education, workforce development and personal enrichment learning activities and programs. KUCE use traditional classroom settings, interactive voice conferencing, and cutting-edge online education technology to provide development and training programs for working professionals. The courses are designed by KU faculty and industry experts for excellence, convenience, and flexibility to advance your personal and professional academic goals.
KU Edwards Campus
The KU Edwards Campus offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate degree completion programs » for working students. The campus provides late afternoon and evening classes to help students balance the responsibilities of work and family. Courses at the Edwards Campus earn the same credit as those taught on the main campus in Lawrence and students earn KU degrees.
Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity
The Emily Taylor Center » aims to Inform, Involve, and Empower the KU community.The Center also offers workshops and presentations » for groups, Scholarship Halls, Greek chapters, Residence Halls, or classes.
KU Information Technology
KU Information Technology » offers free training sessions » throughout the year to help faculty, staff and students use a variety of software packages more effectively. IT has regularly scheduled workshops that are open to anyone, as well as group sessions or individual consultations that can be customized to meet your needs.
KU Libraries » offers consultations and workshops » on computing and information literacy topics, customized classes for KU courses and other groups, consulting services (one-one-one training) for individuals, and other resources for instructors and learners.
KU Office of Research
The KU Office of Research offers Research 101 » each fall. The course is intended to provide participants with an overview of what sponsored projects are, how they are administered at KU, and who bears responsibility for seeing that they are administered responsibly.
KU Public Management Center
The KU Public Management Center » offers educational programs to meet the leadership training needs for public service professionals.