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Keeping an Eye on August
Despite what some say, teachers have plenty of things to do through the summer--whether it\'s teaching summer school to help students catch up on (More)
Your COE: Just the Facts
Saying Goodbye
You are about to say goodbye to your first class. You can\'t decide if you want to cry...or smile. That\'s OK – it\'s probably going to be a litt (More)
In The Classroom
Nikki Miller Second Grade Teacher, Frank V. Bergman Elementary My first year has been extremely exciting with constantly tryin (More)
Favorite First-Year Teaching Memories
We found some of your former Curriculum and Instruction professors and asked them, \"As a classroom teacher, what’s your favorite memory from your fir (More)
Congratulations! You\'re Not a Rookie Teacher Anymore!
In just a few short weeks, you will have completed your first year of teaching! That is cause for celebration! We not-so-rookie teachers know the firs (More)
Internship Opportunity - National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame
The National Agricultural Center in Bonner Springs, KS is seeking a creative; out of the box thinker for it\'s full-time summer 2015 Collections Management & Museum Acquisitions Inter (More)
Choose Your Adventure: Intern, Volunteer, Teach, or Work Abroad
If you’ve been reading the study abroad articles in previous Arts & Sciences eNewsletters, you know that studying abroad can be an More)
Graduation Information
Congratulations! It’s that time. Spring 2015 commencement for the College of Arts & Sciences is Saturday, May 16 at 8:30 a.m. at Bramlage Coliseum. We strongly encourage all our graduating seniors to participate in the commencement ceremony, h (More)
Event: The Black Dancing Body Explored Through Color Theory
  This event is being held in the new Purple Masque Theatre at 7 p.m. tonight (May 5). (More)
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