30 years of research for Kansas

Commemorating Research that Connects People and Place

Celebrate with us!

Thursday | June 16 | 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Spencer Museum of Art
1301 Mississippi, St., Lawrence, KS

Please RSVP  

 Free and open to the public 

Since 1992 the National Science Foundation has invested in Kansas with a strategy called EPSCoR, or the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research.    

As we commemorate our thirtieth anniversary and launch a new venture, we invite you to celebrate research by Kansans for Kansas! After all, that’s what distinguishes NSF EPSCoR—its research is anchored to Kansas priorities, including solar energy, healthy soils, robust crops, and disaster resilience.       

Join us as we mingle over appetizers, hear brief remarks by friends of EPSCoR, view artwork by Kansas photographer Larry Schwarm, and explore the galleries.           

5:00 PM Reception with appetizers and cash bar
5:30 PM Remarks  

Parking is free after 5PM on Mississippi St. and in the lot directly behind the Museum. For accessible parking options and other accommodations, please contact Claudia Bode at 785.864.1647 or bode@ku.edu.