Conceptual renderings of KU's planned School of Business building

Donors provide additional $13 million for new KU School of Business building

Mark Nelson

$1 million gift from Kansas Masonic Foundation addresses emotional aspects of cancer care

Pam Padgett

$2 million gift to support asthma research and education at KU Medical Center

Vergie and Mark Anderson

Alumni make gift commitment to create scholarship for KU’s School of Social Welfare

From left, Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little, Marilyn Stokstad and Saralyn Reece Hardy

KU art historian makes lead gift for Spencer Museum of Art

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Four professors honored with prestigious Chancellors Club Teaching Professorships

From left, Dean Ann Brill, Mark Mears and Timothy Bengtson

New faculty mentoring award honors longtime KU journalism professor

Interior shot of KU Endowment building in KC

KU Endowment receives LEED certification for its Kansas City office building

Dr. John Nalbandian and Richard J. Barohn, MD

Chancellors Club honors public administration professor and neurology researcher for faculty awards

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KU Endowment announces $708 million raised toward campaign goal; three new trustees elected

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KU Endowment provides KU $119.3 million in record financial support

Steve Coen

$1.5 million from Kansas Health Foundation will strengthen public health in the state

John B. Dicus

Capitol Federal Foundation commits $20 million toward KU School of Business building

Dale Seuferling

University of Kansas receives national fundraising award

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Giving to KU sets new record

David and Debbi Elkouri

Couple donates $800,000 for KU Law School

Tom and Kathy Plimpton

KU alumni establish journalism scholarship

Fraser Hall flags in the fall

KU celebration thanks Kemper Foundation for faculty awards

Lydia Beebe and Chuck Doyle, pictured in 2008 with their James Woods Green Medallion.

San Francisco couple give $1 million to KU School of Law

Left, Terance T. Tsue, M.D., physician-in-chief of The University of Kansas Cancer Center, and Roy A. Jensen, M.D., cancer center director

$107 million in private gifts contributed to cancer center goal

KU Mechanical Engineering students work on senior projects, including pumping systems and solar power.

KU mechanical engineering receives $20,000 gift

Representatives of the government of Mexico are included among those who gathered for a recent tour of the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Gift from Mexican government supports Latino healthcare in underserved Kansas communities

Paul Cheney, Ph.D.

$1 million gift establishes physiology chair at KU Medical Center

Dean T. Collins, M.D., and Elisabeth Collins, M.D.

$1.7 million estate gift establishes scholarship for KU students studying in Germany

Shirley and Roger Werholtz

$50,000 gift commitment will create scholarship for KU’s School of Social Welfare

Siblings George and Mabel Woodyard

$1.25 million gift creates neuroscience fellowships at KU Medical Center

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Donors commit $612 million toward $1.2 billion goal for Far Above: The Campaign for Kansas

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Former Senator David Wysong named Advancement Board chair

Seminar at the Hall Center

Hall Family Foundation makes $790,000 gift for KU’s Hall Center for the Humanities

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$5 million gift from Chesapeake Energy Corporation will advance KU energy and environment research

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Burns & McDonnell Foundation makes $500,000 gift for KU School of Engineering

Hugo Zee, M.D.

KU School of Medicine alumnus gives $100,000 to establish scholarship

Jamie Crockett Otis

New English scholarship established at KU

Misha Curtis, M.D.

$500,000 gift commitment will establish KU Medical Center visiting professorship

George A. Daniels

KU alumnus leaves $2.4 million for scholarship support

Michael Boswell

Galloway lecture to feature climate action planning expert

Kurt and Sue Watson

Three KU alumni selected for CASE awards

Students in KU's School of Education gain valuable experience through student teaching.

Donors make $2.5 million gift commitment for School of Education