News and Events
MAJOR NEW INVESTMENT FOR KANSAS
17 state colleges and universities are partnered in a new $24 million, five-year effort to advance research on resilient and socially equitable infrastructure in Kansas. The National Science Foundation EPSCoR initiative is led by Dr. Belinda Sturm, Professor of Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering at the University of Kansas.
Kansas NSF EPSCoR
Kansas NSF EPSCoR 30th Anniversary Celebration
June 16, 2022
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Spencer Museum of Art
The University of Kansas
1301 Mississippi, St., Lawrence, KS
Join us at the Spencer Museum of Art to commemorate 30 years of research! More details coming soon.
Microbes on the Move
Public Libraries in Salina (July 22), Dodge City (July 23), and Garden City (July 24)
Join the KU Natural History Museum for Microbes on the Move! Observe microbes from the local environment, make a mini-microbial garden, and learn about connections between microbes and other living things with specimens and activities.
Other Resources & NSF News
Virtual elementary school lessons on ecology and hands-on activities developed in accordance with Next Generation Science Standards in both English and Spanish
March 30, 2022 MAPS Virtual Research Symposium – Presentations
March 1 & 2, 2020 MAPS Annual Research Symposium Presentations
Kansas NSF EPSCoR News
17 state colleges and universities are partnered in a new $24 million, five-year effort to advance research on resilient and socially equitable infrastructure in Kansas. The National Science Foundation EPSCoR initiative is led by Dr. Belinda Sturm, Professor of Civil,...
Last month three high school students and two teachers from Lawrence, Kansas, attended the 23rd Annual Women in Science Conference in Lincoln, Nebraska. By featuring role models of successful women in a variety of fields, this conference seeks to expand understanding...
This spring a graduate student and her mentor traded their landlocked lab in the heartland for the sunny island shores of Guam to study coral reefs. While much is known about how warming waters, diseases, and sedimentation harm corals, less is known about how these...
This April, Kansas NSF EPSCoR announced its 2022 First Award winners: Assistant Professors Tania Kim and Zak Ratajczak. Both work at Kansas State University, conducting research related to the microbiomes of aquatic, plant, and soil systems in Kansas as described...
Archived MAPS Blog Articles
11/6/2019 SAVE THE DATE – MARCH 2, 2020!
9/5/2018 NSF 2026 IDEA MACHINE Competition
8/30/2018 NSF EPSCoR RII Track-2 FEC Solicitation
3/19/2018 DOE EPSCoR Funding Opportunity
11/13/2017 MAPS Graduate Student Research Opportunities