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Prof. Mai Awarded an Arts & Humanities Grant for "Telling Our Stories"

LAWRENCE — The Achievement & Assessment Institute has announced the recipients of this year’s Arts & Humanities Grant.

KU Discoveries recognizes Prof. Kevin Willmott in Faculty Kudos

Faculty kudos Kevin Willmott, professor of film & media studies, was honored by the Kansas Legislature in May 2022 for his outstanding accomplishments in writing and directing and for contributions to American film and education.

Kansas House honors filmmaker and FMS Prof. Kevin Wilmott

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Kansas House of Representatives took the time to honor one of the state’s own before wrapping up Monday.

KU Chancellor announces promotion, tenure for Prof. Miner and other faculty and researchers for Fall 2022

LAWRENCE – Chancellor Douglas A. Girod has approved the promotion and award of tenure, where indicated, for 50 individuals at the University of Kansas and Edwards campuses and 110 individuals at KU Medical Center campuses.

FMS alum Micah Brown Interviewed on the Jayhawker Podcast

When you come to Kansas as a student athlete, you get very familiar being in front of a camera. Interviews and nationally televised games are the norm. It kind of comes with the territory.

Spreading ‘Jayhawk love’: FMS alum creates Baby Jay picture book

Lawrence native and 2018 KU graduate Jacob Hood grew up immersed in all things Jayhawk.

KPR Presents: "Interior Chinatown" with Professor David Mai

Week of April 10, 2022: It's the KPR Presents Book Club!

‘It gives meaning to your life,’ filmmaker Kevin Willmott says of the work during virtual talk

When Kevin Willmott was in fifth grade, a comic book gave him his first lesson in Black history.

Oscar winner, Marymount alumnus Kevin Willmott in Salina for free showing of 'The 24th'

A familiar face in Kansas filmmaking who has ties to Salina is returning to the city this week for a free screening of his latest film.

The University of Kansas Upgrades Its Neve® Genesys Black Console

Five years after installing a Neve® Genesys Black G32 console in its Film & Media Studies Department, the University of Kansas has made its desk even more powerful by installing two 8-channel Neve dynamics cards.

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