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University of Kansas. Division of Continuing Education


Found in 3 Records:

Kansas newspaper clippings

Call Number: RH MS 828
Overview The University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education created and maintained these clippings files on Kansas-related subjects from the 1950s through the 1970s. The University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education, now known as Jayhawk Global, was created as an administrative and education service division that focuses on continuing education and educational opportunities for professional adults. Today it focuses on a broader area of non-traditional students, and offers online credit...
Dates: 1950 - 1977

Making Do and Doing Without: Kansas in the Great Depression project records

Call Number: RH MS 757

Making Do and Doing Without: Kansas in the Great Depression, a radio/newspaper series about Kansans' Depression-era experiences, was produced by the University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education. This collection consists of several cassette tape recordings of oral history interviews performed in 1982 and 1983, as well as project records and photocopies of primary source material and other research which formed the basis for the series.

Dates: 1982 - 1983

University of Kansas Continuing Education records

 Record Group
Call Number: RG 31

The Division of Continuing Education offers traditional classroom, online, credit, and non-credit courses and training for conventional, non-traditional, and developing professional students. Opportunities include the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, the Kansas Fire and Rescue Training Institute, as well as courses designed for aerospace engineers, lawyers, nurses, educators, managers, and firefighters.

Dates: 1891