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Teaching Dollars & Sense

William E. Lewis, distinguished lecturer in finance at KU, teaches a personal finance course that addresses fiscal topics traditionally tied to college life — budgeting, paying bills, renting an apartment — but also helps students prepare for tasks that lie ahead — saving for retirement, investing, buying a home. Watch video »

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The search is on for KU’s 17th chancellor. As a faculty or staff member, what question would you ask any candidate to be the next chancellor? Here’s your chance.

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