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  • Jan 26 8:00 am
    Free

    Exponent

    Exponent is an exclusive exploration of engineering and computing for African-American, Hispanic, and Native-American high school juniors and seniors. Participants will learn about career opportunities, try their hand at cool projects and get an up-close look at KU. #engr

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  • Jan 26 9:30 am
    Free

    Prospective Student Information Session

    Prospective students are invited to learn about the graduate and undergraduate programs available on the Edwards Campus. Check-in begins at 9 a.m. Free GMAT and GRE test prep classes will be offered at 10:30 a.m. after the information session.

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  • Jan 26 10:00 am
    Free

    SMA Art Cart: Clothing Clues

    The Art Cart is a drop-in activity station where families and other groups can enjoy hands-on art projects together, taking inspiration from the works on view in the Museum's galleries. This month's activity focuses on how clothing and dress can give clues about people in works of art....

  • Jan 26 10:30 am
    Free

    Food for Thought

    Food can take on many meanings, in life and in art. For example, it could be used to represent bounty, or it could represent status and skill. Take a family-friendly tour through the museum with artist Jessica Lea Johnson to learn how artists depict food, then create your own work in mixed media....

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