Workshop set for guidance in undergraduate writing, research

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Frank Farmer
Department of English
785-864-2524

Students win statewide math competition

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Gloria Prothe
Department of Mathematics
785-864-3651

Center announces 2014 Sustainability Leadership Awards

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Jeff Severin
Center for Sustainability
785-864-5804

Sports Illustrated writer to participate in 2014 Budig Writing Professor event

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Allison Rose Lopez
William Allen White School of Journalism & Mass Communications
785-864-7644

Shakespeare on immigration: Professor examines political themes in Bard's plays

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George Diepenbrock
KU News Service
785-864-8853

Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access to host March for a Voice

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Joe Monaco
KU Office of Public Affairs
785-864-7100

University mourns Wojciech Lesnikowski, Distinguished Professor of Architecture

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Charles Linn
School of Architecture, Design & Planning
785-864-4336

Advisory: Event set for fifth anniversary for Johnson County Education Research Triangle

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Elaine Warren
Edwards Campus
913-897-8411

KPR wraps up spring membership drive with more than $275,000 in pledges

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Phil Wilke
Kansas Public Radio
785-864-5016

Original edition of Darwin’s masterwork translated into Chinese

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Brendan M. Lynch
KU News Service
785-864-8855

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The Big Event at KU 2014 The 2014 Big Event connected the KU campus with the Lawrence community by recruiting 3,000 student, faculty, and staff volunteers to work at 300 local job sites during one day of service.  Registration for volunteers and job requests for residents will be available in fall 2014 for the 2015 Big Event. Check for updates at http://thebigeventku.com .


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