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CHANCELLOR TECH: Chancellor Robert Hemenway was interviewed for the fall issue of ACUTA Journal of Communications Technology in Higher Education. He answered questions on the importance of information technology as it relates to university infrastructure, helping KU achieve its goal of being a top 25 public university, wireless technology and several other topics.

PEER RECOGNITION: Isaac Opole, assistant professor of internal medicine, a member of the International Scientific Advisory Panel, was recently featured in the journal of the World Chiropractic Alliance.

A member of the Research and Clinical Science program, Opole is one of the members of the group that oversees the collection of, analysis of data collected by chiropractors worldwide.

"First, and foremost, he is a successful practicing physician specializing in general and internal medicine, geriatrics and health promotion. He is also an accomplished scientist having completed his PhD in the field of brain imaging and nerve stem cell proliferation," the article says.

"Opole has also been a pioneer in the use of multimedia and web-based technology for medical education… he developed a well-earned reputation for delivering superb, wonderfully illustrated lectures for medical students, residents, and graduate students."

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