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November 2001 News Releases

Nov. 1, 2001
Strikes during Ramadan would be unwise, KU professor says
Renowned scholar of Russian politics, government to speak Nov. 5 at KU
MEDIA ADVISORY: KU extends deadline for Thanksgiving homestay international program
Five KU students compete for Rhodes, Marshall and Gates scholarships
KU equal opportunity career center plans open house Nov. 8 in Topeka
KU to celebrate golden anniversary of ecological reserve and field station
KU's University Dance Company features guest choreographer in fall concert
Nov. 2, 2001
Professor documents travels for PBS
KU alumna to perform at Carnegie Hall
KU professor named to national academy
Engineering student council wins national awards at conference
KU to honor high school students at Coffeyville
Nov. 5, 2001
Statement by Chancellor Hemenway on death of student Robert Justin Aycock
'Funny Girl' replaces 'Cookin'' in Lied Center series
Lied Center goes from rags to riches with 'My Fair Lady'
New Web site is valuable resource for humanities information
Nov. 6, 2001
Robinson serves on Children's Cabinet
More than 75 speakers to 'bring Langston home' in 2002 at KU
KU to open International Education Week with proclamation, reception
Nov. 7, 2001
Former U.S. ambassador to Turkmenistan to speak at KU
Chemistry carnival offers fun learning activities for kids
HOPE winner to be announced at Nov. 17 football game
Nov. 8, 2001
MEDIA ADVISORY: Veterans to be remembered today on campus
$1.5 million grant to focus on technology for people with mental retardation
KU professor to discuss race, ethnicity and sexuality in the United States
Alumni hope to foster tolerance with gifts for KU
Statement on GTAC negotiations
Nov. 9, 2001
Chancellor's statement on death of student Chansanouk N. Sengchan
KU study shows drug for schizophrenics may also help treat self-injuring people
Roger Martin: Promising drug may alter disturbing behavior
Reef expert to speak on coastal issues at KU
KU jazz groups to perform at Lied Center
Nov. 12, 2001
MEDIA ADVISORY: Former ambassador to Turkmenistan to hold press conference today
KU Theatre to stage Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard'
Nov. 13, 2001
Panelists to explore Afghanistan issues at KU
Community muralist David Loewenstein at KU for interactive exhibit
KU psychology professor wins three teaching awards
Retiring director of Institute for Life Span Studies receives national award
Nov. 14, 2001
MEDIA ADVISORY: Press conference with Afghanistan 101 panelists 3 p.m. Thursday at KU
New national survey of college students gives University of Kansas high marks
Nicotine patches and gums can work better than prescription counterparts
New book on Lawrence's history features articles by KU faculty and staff
Nov. 15, 2001
Study examines how computers can help kick smoking habit
Novelist Sara Paretsky to kick off women's lecture series at KU Dec. 3
KU Indigenous Nations students give education professor Crystal Eagle Award
Peace Corps to hold open house on KU campus Friday
Nov. 16, 2001
KU researcher develops test to diagnose language disability
KU fine arts dean to perform in Brown Bag Classics concert
Nov. 21, 2001
Statement on GTAC negotiations
KU to sponsor 'Investing in Troubled Times' economic conference Nov. 30
KU researchers awarded Department of Energy contract
Nov. 27, 2001
Religious scholar to explore Qur'an for readers of the Bible at KU on Dec. 3
KU School of Education receives continued national accreditation
KU First to receive Topeka foundation's largest-ever gift
KU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to hold graduation ceremony Dec. 15
Nov. 28, 2001
Tuition discussions scheduled at KU
KU doctoral student develops radar to find water on Mars
Nov. 29, 2001
Capitol Federal Foundation pledges $2 million for business professorship
KU's four nominees advance in Rhodes Scholarship competition
Psychology professor Rick Snyder to give Shutz award lecture Wednesday
KU bands to debut local conductor's patriotic composition
Schools honor December graduates
KU Symphony Orchestra concert to feature new works Dec. 2
Nov. 30, 2001
KU author says to focus on the germs you can control
Author Sara Paretsky to visit Lawrence Monday
Vespers to take place Dec. 9 at KU's Lied Center
Roger Martin: Preservation of America's identity is difficult in modern times

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