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Ingalls named associate director of CReSIS

The Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets has appointed a new associate director for administration, Stephen Ingalls, to better organize the center and to help spread its message about climate change.

"I would like to be able to tell people how climate change might affect their futures. It is something very important," said Ingalls about the mission of the center.

Some goals Ingalls hopes to accomplish include organizing the staff, sharing the research of the center with the public, increasing diversity and educating students of all ages about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  "I want kids to grow up thinking it's cool to be a scientist, just like they might think it's cool to be a professional basketball player," said Ingalls.

Donley new director of Kansas Relays

Milan Donley

Milan Donley, assistant track and field coach, has been named meet director for the Kansas Relays.

Donley, who has spent the past six seasons coaching horizontal jumpers for the Jayhawks, replaces Tim Weaver in managing one of the nation's oldest and largest track and field meets.

"It is very exciting for me. I have been coaching for 24 years in Division I and this is definitely a career change," Donley said. "I have been involved in putting on track and field meets throughout my career, but to put on the Kansas Relays is a tremendous honor."

The 2006 Kansas Relays were the 79th edition, drawing more than 620 teams and 5,300 athletes from high schools, colleges and the national circuit. A crowd of 26,211, the second-largest in meet history, attended the final day.

Freeman named Bishop Fellow

Joshua Freeman

Elizabeth Burns, president of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Foundation, has announced Joshua Freeman, chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the KU Medical Center, has been named a Bishop Fellow for the 2007-2008 academic year.

As part of the Bishop Fellowship, fellows will attend annual meetings of the society and the Association of American Medical Colleges, the association's executive development conference, and three week-long American Council on Education seminars. Each Fellow will be invited to participate in the leadership development fellowship sponsored by ACE and will be named an ACE Fellow.

Bishop Fellows will also spend at least three weeks with a dean at a host institution learning how other institutions and their leaders problem solve and handle change, complete an individual project he or she is interested in and which will be of benefit to both the host and home school and complete other fellowship mentoring activities.

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