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January 2002 News Releases

Jan. 4, 2002
KU researcher's data contribute to most detailed study of Greenland ice sheet
Roger Martin: Water drops hold key to Earth's history
Pilobolus Dance Theatre to perform at Lied Center Feb. 2
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Langston Hughes celebration
Jan. 7, 2002
KU helps state earn top spot in information technology rankings
KU geophysicist serves on national team studying dam safety
STOMP returns to Lied Center for three-day, four-performance run
Jan. 9, 2002
KU research funding surpasses $200 million for first time in school history
KU to establish no-smoking policy for all student housing facilities in fall 2002
Veterans of opera and stage join for patriotic Lied Center performance
Jan. 10, 2002
KU's new software engineering courses geared toward technical professionals
Spencer Museum of Art releases spring exhibition schedule
Jan. 11, 2002
KU officials to participate in events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.
Jan. 14, 2002
Generous sponsors help Langston Hughes symposium offer low rates
Kansas City law firm extends Langston Hughes program through poetry circles
MEDIA ADVISORY: Officials to discuss work that prevents natural gas explosions in Hutchinson
RADIO NEWSLINE: State experts to discuss 2001 Hutchinson natural gas fires
Jan. 15, 2002
KU climbs in prestigious National Science Foundation rankings
Statement from Chancellor Hemenway on governor's fiscal year 2003 budget
Benefit to help send student play to regional competition
KU awarded more than 9,700 scholarships in 2001
Jan. 16, 2002
Langston Hughes symposium poets, actor to visit Lawrence public schools Feb. 7
MEDIA ADVISORY: Sen. Pat Roberts to be honored at KU by world's largest scientific society
65 KU students serve as winter break volunteers in community service
Jan. 17, 2002
KU graduate tapped to oversee national airport planning for FAA
Jan. 18, 2002
Prepared remarks from Janet Murguia during King Day celebration at Capitol
KU student becomes first in medicinal chemistry to win prestigious fellowship
Chancellor reorganizes core administrative staff
Roger Martin: Hollywood movies fail to reflect life's complexity
Jan. 22, 2002
KU announces contract with energy audit firm to improve efficiency, save costs
KU to renovate Ellsworth hall; freshmen guaranteed housing during construction
Former U.S. solicitor general to discuss Ruby Ridge in speech at KU law school
Hall Center awards Humanities Research Fellowships for 2002-03
Nnenna Freelon to perform special Valentine's Day show at Lied Center
Jan. 23, 2002
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker to speak at KU Jan. 31
KU Theatre for Young People to stage 'Tomato Plant Girl' Feb. 4 to 9
St. Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble to perform at Lied Center
KU to honor Linn, Miami county high school students at LaCygne
Jan. 24, 2002
Two free film events showcase black films, filmmakers, Langston Hughes
KU saxophone student Jeff Timmons wins T. Gordon Parks competition
Donated Southwest art to be on display at Museum of Anthropology at KU
MEDIA ADVISORY: Local businesses team up with area school for Hart Rouge residency activities
KU to honor Edwards, Pawnee, Stafford county high school students at Larned
Jan. 25, 2002
KU band students to perform with Kansas Intercollegiate Band
KU's Engineering Student Council launches Web site for Expo 2002
Jan. 28, 2002
Dole Institute director to discuss State of the Union address on PBS, MSNBC
Langston Hughes symposium offers free public events for all ages
Rediscovered photographs of Langston Hughes to be unveiled at Spencer
Scholars and authors for Langston Hughes symposium to sign works
RADIO NEWSLINE: KU historian notes dramatic shifts in first year of Bush presidency
KU grad Alan Milstein, noted medical malpractice attorney, to speak Feb. 8
Jan. 29, 2002
MEDIA ADVISORY: Author Alice Walker to be first in nation to unveil Langston Hughes stamp
Student-designed KU Fine Arts newsletter wins regional merit award
KU Art and Design Gallery hosts 55th annual Scholastic Art Awards exhibit
Kansas Geological Survey creates new geologic map of Anderson County
KU to honor Allen, Bourbon county high school students at Fort Scott
Jan. 30, 2002
MEDIA ADVISORY: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker to hold press conference
Two KU student musicians advance to national competition in Cincinnati
KU Small Business Development Center offers seminars on starting new business
St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra to perform at Lied Center Feb. 28
KU researcher studies worms to help understand human kidney disease
KU to honor Finney, Hamilton, Kearny county high school students

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