Resources for Graduate Students and Postdocs
The Life Span Institute (LSI), as the largest of the University of Kansas designated research centers, is central to training the next generation of researchers, educators and practitioners in the behavioral sciences and related disciplines, and to ensure the vitality and standing of the research mission of the University.
The Life Span Institute sponsors two affiliated multidisciplinary graduate/doctoral programs with combined enrollment of 10, several pre- and post-doctoral training programs that currently support 30 trainees, as well as 75 graduate research assistants.
For more information, contact KU Graduate Studies:
Life Span Institute degree-granting programs
Current pre- and post-doctoral training programs
Director: Mabel Rice, Ph.D.
National Institutes of Health
Director: Charles R. Greenwood, Ph.D.
U.S. Department of Education