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Jeff Jacobsen/Kansas Athletics

Aaron Quisenberry, associate director of the Student Involvement and Leadership Center, was presented the C.L.A.S.S. Award by the Board of Class Officers at halftime of the men's basketball game against Iowa State. Feb. 24. Presenting the award are, from left, Marlesa Roney, vice provost for Student Success; Lori Reesor, associate vice provost for Student Success and co-adviser to the Board of Class Officers; Todd Crawford, the board's vice president for awards; and Murtaza Khan, senior class president.

David McKinney/University Relations

Joseph D. Johnson, Shawnee County District Court judge and a 1975 graduate of the KU School of Law, was the Thurgood Marshall Day speaker at the KU School of Law. Johnson was an assistant public defender for Topeka's 3rd Judicial District for three years before starting his own practice in Topeka in 1978.

Submitted/Paul Farran

Jason O'Connor, left, academic services director in the business school and Unclassified Senate president, and Phil Wilke, development assistant at Kansas Public Radio, were among those promoting the value of unclassified staff at Unclassified Senate's day in the Capitol Feb. 13.

Submitted/Ed Pavey

Warren Corman, university architect, and Richard Tilghman of Treanor Architects work on a schematic design for the new residential facility and multipurpose center at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center near Hutchinson. The $16 million facility will also include an emergency vehicle driver training course and tactical shooting training building

Submitted/Kansas Athletics

Kansas Athletics recently released a rendering of the Anderson Family Football Complex. The two-story facility will be located southwest of Memorial Stadium and will not block the view of the hill or Memorial Campanile.

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