Graduate Studies
 

The University of Kansas is a comprehensive research and teaching university that promotes the elevating force of education, the transformative power of research, and the healing power of service. KU’s Office of Graduate Studies fosters an exceptionally healthy graduate learning community by advancing an inclusive campus culture and enacting administrative practices that lift students, faculty, and staff to the highest standards for graduate education.

60 +
RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES
5,000
GRADUATE STUDENTS ENROLLED ANNUALLY
50+
RANKED GRADUATE PROGRAMS
 

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Graduate study at KU prepares students to be innovators and leaders who are ready to meet the demands of our global society. Our graduate students embody creation and discovery, producing new knowledge through research and creative endeavor. Their discoveries expand the bounds of what's possible in our world, making breakthroughs across fields as diverse as the arts and engineering, social welfare and pharmaceutical science, and so many more.

 

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Graduate Students Rising

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Hosub Shim, a graduate student in history, recieved the coveted Early Career Prize for Military History and Historiography.

Learn more about Shim's resarch on the Vietnam War >

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Matt Comi, a doctoral student in sociology, received a National Science Foundation grant to study the role of technology in agriculture.

Learn more about Comi's research on modern farming >

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Haifa Alhadyian is using a combination of genetics and cell biology to investigate how cells and tissues change shape during development.

Learn more about Alhadyian's research on how organisms develop and survive >

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Benedictus Freeman, a graduate student in ecology and evolutionary biology, is studying how global climate change impacts West African birds.

Learn more about Freeman's conservation work > 


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