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February 2001 News Releases

February 1, 2001
KU dean helps young democracy in Africa organize debates
February 2, 2001
KU names 3rd candidate for dean of education
February 5, 2001
Statement by the Chancellor RE: Tragic death of student
KU to exhibit works of young Kansas, Missouri artists
Hallmark series to feature New York graphic designers
Fine arts dean, professor to perform lunchtime concert
KU bands warm winter night with Valentine's concert
February 6, 2001
KU students work on preventing violence in area schools
KU event encourages girls to look at engineering careers
Applied English Center director to take national post
Friends benefit raises $20,000 for KU theatre seating
KU names new Life Span Studies director
February 7, 2001
Molly Ivins to have press conference Friday
KU offers etiquette dinner for soon-to-be graduates
KU to honor high school students at Great Bend
Gift creates biodiversity research scholarship
February 8, 2001
Scientists complete data collection in Hutchinson
Pulitzer Prize winners to headline media law seminar
KU Med Center offers education on osteoporosis in men
KU professor to use EPA grant to study polluters
Radio News Line: Iraqi's Hussein can still pose problems, prof says
February 9, 2001
Roger Martin: Focus of rape stories exposes societal attitudes
February 12, 2001
International military officers to study U.S. media at KU
Time to apply for 2001 Wheat State Whirlwind Tour
Center for Research sponsors funding forum
February 14, 2001
KU announces fall 2000 graduates
KU professor's book on bees wins publishing 'Emmy'
$118,000 gift funds dinosaur exhibit, study abroad
Engineering Expo designed to provide fun for all
Center for Research offers commercialization seminar
KU to honor high school students at Iola
February 15, 2001
Two KU seniors make USA Today academic team
Expert to speak about possible water on Mars
New book brings together scientists and critics
KU names new multicultural affairs director
KU radio production captures two gold medals
KU names two more candidates for education dean
February 16, 2001
Spring semester enrollment at KU continues to increase
Steady growth marks 12th consecutive record semester for Edwards Campus
Phones on Air Force One rely on KU graduate
February 19, 2001
Provost tells KU units to prepare for budget cuts
Radio News Line: Etiquette dinner to help students mind their manners
* Reporters: 4 sources for etiquette dinner
Kansas oil and gas production up slightly
Students have chance to be 'Chancellor for a Day'
Opera star with Baldwin City ties returns to KU
KU theatre conjures Noel Coward's comedy 'Blithe Spirit'
February 20, 2001
Langston Hughes professor recalls Kansas City roots
KU-Lawrence group promotes area as tech center
Star Log: March 2001
Headlines for the common man: KU grad Bob Dotson
Body of knowledge: KU's Exercise Physiology Laboratory
Taping the show on the road: Weir Production Van
KU plays host to local choirs for 'Joy of Singing' concert
Two KU professors receive Keeler awards
February 21, 2001
Fund established for Logan, Sheridan, Thomas county scholars
February 22, 2001
KU engineers construct online computer exam for state students
Oral history workshop focuses on Kansas migrations
Kansas City lectures look back at 20th century ideas
Free KU festival explores changing traditions in East Asia
February 23, 2001
Roger Martin Column: Student words and antics provide entertainment
February 26, 2001
KU to honor high school students at Pittsburg
February 27, 2001
KU announces fall 2000 honor roll
KU Radio News Line: Potholes
February 28, 2001
Couple pledges $1.5 million for engineering school expansion
KU anthropology museum opens Blackbear Bosin exhibit
KU to honor 2 top scholars at March 4 halftime


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Wednesday, April 18, 2001