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Brendan Lynch/University Relations

KU unclassified staff members relax at a table outside the Louisburg Cider Mill on Oct. 11. The stop was part of the miniature Wheat State Whirlwind Tour sponsored by Unclassified Senate. The tour also stopped in Fort Scott and at the Mine Creek Civil War battlefield. The tour is modeled after the Wheat State Whirlwind Tour.

R. Steve Dick/ University Relations

KU faculty and staff from various departments are among the artists featured in the KPR listener art show. The art is on display at KPR's office through November. Artists from KU are Evelyn Louise Haaheim, administrative assistant, Bureau of Child Research; Mike Auchard, retired stone mason, Facilities Operations; Barry Fitzgerald, associate professor of design; Kimbo Jackson, administrative associate senior, theatre and film; and T. Chris Gamblin, associate professor of biological sciences.

Submitted/Kevin Boatright

Val Stella, left, Distinguished Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, presented at a recent KU-co-sponsored "Invention to Venture" entrepreneurship workshop in Kansas City. During a break, he expands on his remarks while Lisa Friis, right, associate professor of mechanical engineering, and KU student Preston White, second from right, look on.

David McKinney/University Relations

Winners of 2007 W.T. Kemper Fellowships were honored at a recognition ceremony Oct. 2. This year's winners, who received $5,000 to further their teaching efforts, are, front, from left, Leonie Pallikkathayil, associate professor, School of Nursing; Ellen Sward, professor of law; Yan Bing Zhang, assistant professor of communication studies; Bryan Young, associate professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering; Victoria Corbin, associate professor of molecular biosciences; and Krzysztof Kuczera, professor of chemistry. Middle row, Anthony Walton, associate professor of geology; Patricia Hawley, assistant professor of psychology; Chuck Epp, associate professor of public administration; Gustavo Blanco, assistant professor of molecular and integrative physiology; David Bergeron, professor of English; and Holly Storkel, associate professor of speech-language-hearing. Back row, Mark Mort, associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology; Thomas Pazdernik, professor of pharmacology; George Enders associate professor of anatomy and cell biology; Paul Johnson, professor of political science; Michael Roberts, professor of applied behavioral science; and James Stiles, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science.

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