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Capitol Federal Hall home to conceptual art installation

May 10, 2016 by admin

Capitol Federal Hall will house one of the KU Spencer Museum of Art’s prized Sol LeWitt works, Wall Drawing 519. LeWitt was an American artist known as a prominent figure of both minimalist and conceptual art. He rose to fame in the late 1960s with his wall drawings and sculptures. LeWitt used a wide range of media including drawing, printmaking, photography and painting. From the Spencer Museum’s website about Wall Drawing 519: The installation is a lively example of Sol LeWitt’s many large-scale wall drawings that use simple Read More


New building’s design will foster more effective professional development

May 3, 2016 by admin

In the weeks leading up to our transition from Summerfield Hall to Capitol Federal Hall, we’re featuring guest posts written by faculty and staff. The following Q&A was answered by Ali Wellinghoff, administrative assistant for Business Career Services. How will Capitol Federal Hall help the School of Business prepare students for the working world? Cap Fed Hall was designed with an Read More


Capitol Federal Hall will give MAcc program better sense of identity

April 25, 2016 by admin

In the weeks leading up to our transition from Summerfield Hall to Capitol Federal Hall, we’ll be featuring guest posts written by faculty and staff. The following blog post was written by Alee Phillips, associate director of the Master of Accounting program and accounting lecturer. The Master of Accounting (MAcc) team is looking forward to its new home inside of Capitol Read More


Green roof with KU touch installed at Capitol Federal Hall

April 19, 2016 by admin

In late March, landscapers began installing a 7,000-square-foot green roof on Capitol Federal Hall. The LiveRoof® sits atop the Dicus Family Auditorium and will be visible from the dean’s executive boardroom. The green roof system was custom-built for the School of Business to honor KU’s architectural history. “A green roof is basically soil and plants on a building structure,” said Teresa Nelson, the Iowa-based landscape architect who oversaw Capitol Federal Hall’s green roof Read More


New building will allow for better interaction among students, employers

April 6, 2016 by admin

In the weeks leading up to our transition from Summerfield Hall to Capitol Federal Hall, we’ll be featuring guest posts written by faculty and staff. The following post was written by Ashley Kruger, career advisor in Business Career Services. The Business Career Services’ move into Capitol Federal Hall will be transformative in how we connect students to alumni and recruiters. Read More


MBA team excited for growth opportunities in Capitol Federal Hall

March 30, 2016 by admin

In the weeks leading up to our transition from Summerfield Hall to Capitol Federal Hall, we’ll be featuring guest posts written by faculty and staff. The following Q&A was answered by Patricia McCaffrey, MBA coordinator, and Marysa Sacerdote, MBA admission coordinator. How will the KU MBA programs benefit from the new building? Our new building will be representative of the Read More


For recruiters, Capitol Federal Hall will make world of difference

March 11, 2016 by admin

In the weeks leading up to our transition from Summerfield Hall to Capitol Federal Hall, we’ll be featuring guest posts written by faculty and staff. The following post was written by Cheryl Webb, Recruiting and Employer Relations Coordinator for the business school’s Career Services. The new KU School of Business building, Capitol Federal Hall, will provide a whole new experience Read More


Future Jayhawks earn ‘first-class ticket’ to Capitol Federal Hall

February 4, 2016 by admin

This week prospective Jayhawks received a special postcard from the KU School of Business.  The “first-class ticket” arrived in mailboxes as a final push as high-ability high school students choose where they’ll attend college. “I wanted the first class of students in Capitol Federal Hall to feel like they are getting first-class treatment,” undergraduate recruiter Amber Rhoades said. “The new Read More


Photo shows snowy view of Capitol Federal Hall from Fieldhouse

January 21, 2016 by admin

Welcome back to campus, Jayhawks. As we prepare to move in to our new home later this year, please enjoy a gorgeous perspective of Capitol Federal Hall from Allen Fieldhouse, as Coach Phog Allen looks on in the snow. We’re excited about where business is going. Beware of the Phog. #snow #exploreku #Payheed A photo posted by Jose Luis Munoz Read More


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