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December 2001 News Releases

Dec. 3, 2001
KU, GTAC agree to impasse; one article settled; two remain to be resolved
KU updates tuition strategy presentation schedule
KU class creates unique memorial to victims of drunken drivers
Renowned mezzo-soprano Joyce Castle to perform first faculty recital
Dec. 4, 2001
KU education faculty to school superintendents: "How're we doing?"
KANU comedy show wins Communicator Awards
'Evening of Performance Art' to take place Dec. 13 at KU
KU journalism students place in national writing competition
Dec. 5, 2001
MEDIA ADVISORY: Pearl Harbor veteran to share experiences with KU class
Teenagers can explore professions, majors at KU's College and Career Day
Six Haskell graduates transferring to KU receive first Bowlus scholarships
Haskell Indian Nations University, KU partner to serve both campuses
Dec. 6, 2001
KU vice chancellor for student affairs since 1977 to retire in 2002
Dean to present Pioneer Woman award to KU alumna in Chicago this month
'American Indians of the Northwest Coast' opens at Museum of Anthropology
Environmental engineers to gather for conference at KU Feb. 6
Masons and architects set annual conference for Feb. 28 at KU
RADIO NEWSLINE: KU historian recalls Pearl Harbor and 60-year-old diary
Dec. 7, 2001
Three KU professors selected as Fulbright Scholars
Dec. 10, 2001
KU provost: Fully funded education system vital to state's economy
Dec. 11, 2001
Chancellor to flip switch for annual tree-lighting ceremony at KU
Dec. 12, 2001
KU unveils Web site to aid discussion of tuition scenarios
KU names 12 Undergraduate Research Award winners for spring 2002
SBC Southwestern Bell directory cover salutes Langston Hughes
Kansas State University alumnus from Dodge City leaves KU $5 million
Kansas Health Foundation grants KANU $100,000 for children's health series
Coalbed methane could provide more energy in Kansas, KU geologist says
Dec. 13, 2001
High school students vying to attend Regents Honors Academy
Dec. 14, 2001
KU Medical Center to host bioterrorism-response teleconference Saturday
KU Public Safety officers treat children living on campus to holiday party tonight
Roger Martin: Hope plays important role in African-Americans' lives
KU women's basketball team spreads holiday cheer to hospital patients
Dec. 17, 2001
Kauffman Foundation gives $5,000 for Langston Hughes symposium
Dec. 19, 2001
KU names Stella Bentley as new dean of libraries
Psychology expert says hope helps people persevere through troubled times
Ten tips for parents of college students: How to keep the holidays happy
RADIO NEWSLINE: KU to measure water levels in western Kansas
Dec. 20, 2001
National women's art caucus to honor art historian for outstanding achievement
Campus office hours change for KU's winter break
KU graduate to direct Phoenix Bassoon Quartet in Lied Center debut Jan. 20
RADIO NEWSLINE: Holiday shopping impact remains constant, says KU economist
Dec. 21, 2001
Roger Martin: Crutches slow life's frantic pace
French-Canadian band Hart Rouge to perform at Lied Center Jan. 25
Dec. 28, 2001
Mastodons' diet is food for thought

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