KU autism conference to feature wide range of sessions for professionals, scientists, families
Researchers, students, professionals, educators, families and advocates are invited to Autism Across the Life Span, an annual conference presented by the Kansas Center for Autism Research & Training (K-CART) at the University of Kansas Life Span Institute.
Lifelong Disability Rights Champion Judith Heumann to Participate in Campus Celebration
Judith Heumann, internationally recognized disability rights leader and activist will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with the University of Kansas and Lawrence communities and guests worldwide Oct. 28-29.
Fred Merrill, long-time benefactor and friend of LSI dies
Fred Merrill, who with his wife, Virginia, established the Merrill Advanced Studi
Collaboration lab evaluating professional development for Kansas teachers
The Research Collaboration Lab at the Center for Research on Learning is working with the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) to evaluate and recommend improvements for professional development aimed at pu
Community Tool Box receives $250K grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
LAWRENCE — Talk about timely. In 1995, when the Internet’s popularity was soaring, the University of Kansas Work Group for Community Health and Development launched the Community Tool Box website — a free resource to help communities at home and abroad improve health and development.
Permanent director named for CRL
Mike Hock, interim director of the Center for Research on Learning since July 2014, has been named permanent director of the LSI-affiliated center.
Social media helps students learn scientific argumentation better than peers, study shows
Adults often bemoan the amount of time young people spend staring at a screen and browsing social media.