March 23, 2022
NSF Grant to Provide Scholarships for Diverse STEM Teacher Candidates
Mark Wolfmeyer, Department of Secondary Education, was awarded a five-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant will support the recruitment of STEM professionals to careers in secondary STEM teaching, drawing from a wider diversity of demographic, disciplinary and professional experience and to prepare them for the challenging task of STEM education in under-resourced urban communities. The project, Mentoring Urban STEM Teachers for Equity and Innovation, aims to serve the national need to increase the diversity of students entering STEM professions by supporting and training a broader diversity of secondary STEM teachers to teach those students. KU professors involved in the grant include Wolfmeyer (Primary Investigator), Yun Lu (Co-PI), Ju Zhou (Co-PI), Amber Pabon (Co-PI) and Richard Heineman (Co-PI).
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University Registrar Search Candidate A
A candidate for the position of university registrar will visit campus Wednesday, March 23. Please view the website below for candidate information and a schedule of open forums available to students, faculty and staff. The candidate’s name and vitae will be posted prior to their visit to campus.
David Beougher, Search Committee Chair
Student Absence-Social Work Community Forum
Please excuse social work majors (BSW, MSW, and DSW) from classes Friday, March 25. They are expected to attend the Annual Social Work Community Forum. They understand they are responsible for making up any missed assignments. If you have any questions or wish to confirm a student is a social work major and participated in the forum, please contact Sharon Lyter at email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your consideration in this matter.
Sharon C Lyter, Department of Social Work
|March||Women's History Month
Irish-American Heritage Month
|March 23||10 a.m.||COVID-19 Testing
East Gym, Student Recreation Center
|March 23||1 p.m.||Open Hour with Provost
Old Main Concourse (east side)
|March 23||2 p.m.||Registrar Search - Candidate A
183 McFarland Student Union
|March 23||2 p.m.||Black Lives Matter Walk
|March 24||11 a.m.||University Curriculum Committee
|March 24||3:30 p.m.||Associate Dean COB Search - Candidate B
312 McFarland Student Union
|March 24||6 p.m.||RAD Training
|March 25||2 p.m.||Registrar Search - Candidate B
103 Academic Forum
|March 25||7:30 p.m.||KU Orchestra Performance
|March 28||2 p.m.||Registrar Search - Candidate C
183 McFarland Student Union
|March 31||1:30 p.m.||Associate Dean COB Search - Candidate C
200 Graduate Center
|March 23||3 p.m.||Men’s Tennis vs. Marywood
|March 26||12 p.m. (DH)||Baseball vs. Bloomsburg
North Campus Field
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