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Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research Initiative

The Office of Graduate Military Programs allows Fort Leavenworth faculty and students, both military and civilian, the opportunity to pursue broad, interdisciplinary degree programs in areas relevant to their professional or personal interests through KU's Special Studies Doctoral Program. Those interested in pursuing a Special Studies Program degree should contact Mike Denning, Director, Office of Professional Military Graduate Education Director, at gmjdenning@ku.edu.

"LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas today announced a new initiative linking KU and the Army’s premier educational center, the Command and General Staff College and other organizations at Fort Leavenworth...The goal, said KU Chancellor Robert Hemenway, is to help educate the next generation of Army officers through advanced-degree programs aimed at faculty and students at the CGSC."

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research Initiative

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Call for Artists!

The Lied Center is looking for veterans interested in expressing themselves through art. Next month the Lied is hosting a veterans-only art exhibit in conjuction with the Oct. 15th performance of Basetrack, a multimedia theatrical experience addressing war, community and family. Click here if you are interested in participating in this exhibit.

Basetrack

A multimedia theatrical experience addressing war, community and family.

Wednesday, October 15, 7:30 p.m. at the Lied Center

http://www.lied.ku.edu/events/basetrack.shtml
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