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Rex Martin, professor of philosophy, and David Reidy, associate professor of philosophy at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, edited a book that has just been selected as one of Choice magazine's outstanding academic titles for 2006. The book, "Rawls's Law of People's: A Realistic Utopia?", was published by Blackwell (Oxford) in May.

Rueben Perez, director of the Student Involvement and Leadership Center, was elected as a trustee for Emporia State University's foundation board.

Jane Irungu, graduate teaching assistant in chemistry and Global Awareness Program coordinator; Charlie Bankart, assistant dean for the Office of International Programs; and Rachel Wilson, GAP recipient and student ambassador, presented "Creating an Integrated Student Global Awareness and Curriculum Internationalization Program" at NASFA: Association of International Educator's Region II in November in Kansas City. The presentation was named "Best of Region II" and the presenters were invited to make the same presentation at the international annual conference in Minneapolis next spring.

Dorthy Pennington, associate professor of African and African American studies, directcd the Northeast Kansas AME Gospel Choir's performance at the Main Street Kansas family Festival, Jan. 7 in Topeka.

An article by Jean Hall, assistant research professor for the Center for Research on Learning; Noelle K. Kurth, project coordinator for the Center for Research on Learning; and Jan M. Moore, project coordinator for the Center for Research on Learning; was published in the January issue of the American Journal of Managed Care. The article is "Transition to Medicare Part D: An Early Snapshot of Barriers Experienced by Younger Dual Eligibles With Disabilities."

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February 5, 2007 : Vol. 31, No. 10

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