The KU libraries, taken together, are an outstanding research collection. Most materials of interest to public administration students will be found in the Watson, Anschutz, and Green Law libraries, all of which are on the main campus within walking distance of Wescoe Hall.
The library has an online Public Administration subject guide that includes suggest databases, websites, and many other resources. Useful databases for article searches are Public Administration Abstracts and Google Scholar. Students are encouraged to contact the library anytime with research questions or any other questions about the library. The Public Administration contact for KU Libraries is Amalia Monroe-Gulick, email@example.com.
In addition, the KU Libraries offers many services to assist graduate students during their time at KU, including citation management and data services. KU Libraries offers assistance with Endnote, citation software that is free to graduate students. The library has an online guide as well as hands-on training sessions throughout the academic year. More information on citation management can be found at the online guide How to Select and Use Citation Management Tools. The KU Libraries also offers GIS, numeric, and statistical data services.
The library also has a Graduate and Faculty Lounge located on the 4th floor of Watson Library. The space is designated for only graduate students and faculty and offers free printing for graduate students.
Student housing opportunities available on-campus.
Resources for International Students
International student services, including information for incoming and current students.
SPAA doctoral students can apply for conference travel funding. Travel is reimbursed up to a maximum allowable amount after the student travels. Students must submit appropriate receipts in order to receive reimbursement.
Additional Funding Opportunities
Additional funding opportunities available on the Graduate Studies website.
The Graduate Writing Program
The Graduate Writing Program supports the international, research and graduate missions of the University of Kansas by fostering excellence in the writing of graduate students and scholars at the University of Kansas (KU). The Graduate Writing Program (GWP) fulfills this mission by offering interdisciplinary courses, university-wide and department-specific workshops, and semester-long individualized tutorials that model the writing skills and research strategies graduate students need for successful careers at KU and beyond. Today the full range of GWP instructional offerings helps students to produce their best scholarly and creative work, to participate more fully in their academic and professional communities, and to successfully complete their degrees. In this way we provide a vital service to the campus community.
Additional Graduate Student Resources
More resources to assist you in your graduate career.