Lecturer to speak on future of higher education

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Emily Ryan
Biodiversity Institute
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Faculty experts, resources available for coverage of Shakespeare's 450th birthday

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George Diepenbrock
KU News Service
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Media advisory: Information on obtaining credentials for Bob Dole visit April 22

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David Martin
Office of Public Affairs
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Architecture lecturer wins illustration award

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Charles Linn
School of Architecture, Design & Planning
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Water Vision Meeting planned at University of Kansas

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Kevin Boatright
Office of Research
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Researchers pioneer telemedicine training for rural parents of children with autism

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Karen Henry
Life Span Institute
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KU scholars see value in preserving Africa’s endangered languages

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Christine Metz Howard
KU News Service
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Mini College registration open for rediscovering the student experience

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Ursula Rothrock
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
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Research to play major role in women’s empowerment initiative

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

Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole to visit April 22

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KU News Service
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