KU School of Medicine held Match Day ceremonies on all three of its campuses Friday, March 20, including the first Match Day on the KU School of Medicine-Salina campus, which welcomed its first class of medical students four years ago. Read more and view photos. Pictured: Salina students Kayla Johnson, Jill Corpstein, Daniel Linville, Rany Gilpatrick, Claire Hinrichsen, Sara Ritterling, Erik Dill, Tyson Wisinger
Budget news from Dr. Girod
The state of Kansas is facing very serious budget challenges, and legislators are working to find solutions. At this point in time, the Governor's proposed budget holds higher education funding flat for the next fiscal year. Read more.
Welcome to our new employees
KU Medical Center officially welcomed its newest hires March 16. Meet our new additions.
Stuff that might interest you
Computer software updates and maintenance: Changes to the system and methods used to provide operating system and software updates to your computer are being introduced. Effective March 18, machines are being phased into the new update system, and you can expect new behavior for the routine patching and maintenance on your computer. Read more.
Chancellor signs agreement: KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little officially signed off on a shared curriculum pilot program launched as part of the KU-Community College Nursing Partnership, creating another option for students across the state to pursue their Bachelor of Science in nursing degree at KU. Read more.
March 24: Chancellor's town hall forum, noon-1 p.m., SON Auditorium. ITV available at the Clinical Research Center in the Fairway Auditorium.
BRAG IT UP!
Benjamin Jang, KU School of Medicine student, was named one of this year's KU Men of Distinction. Read more.
HealthQuest has launched an enhanced lifestyle coaching program that is available to employees at no charge. You can earn 10 credits towards your HealthQuest rewards by calling or emailing your health coach once a month for six months. Read more.
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