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Teresa MacDonald, director of public education at the Natural History Museum, demonstrates the mechanics of sound at "Buzz, Bang, Whoosh - The Science of Sound." The event brought families and children to the museum for an educational experience over spring break.

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William Pizer, senior fellow for Resources for the Future, speaks as part of the University Lecture Series on "Global Climate Change Policy: What is Achievable and What are the Options?" at the Commons. The event is one of many taking place in the renovated area.

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Lenoir Ekdahl, the namesake for "Mrs. E's," speaks with Ken Stoner, former director of student housing at a recent celebration of her 90th birthday. Ekdahl Dining Commons, or "Mrs. E's" is named for Ekdahl, who began her career with KU Dining Services in 1955.

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Dan Rockhill, the S.L. Constant Distinguished Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning, center, speaks with local workers about the placement of a new arts center in Greensburg. KU's Studio 804 designed and transported an environmentally sustainable arts center for the community that was devastated by a tornado in May 2007. The center was transported across Kansas and reassembled in two days, and finishing work is ongoing throughout April and early May.

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Sanjay Pandey, assistant professor of public administration, was recently awarded the American Society for Public Administration Dimock Award. Pandey, fourth from left, is pictured receiving the award with, from left, graduate students Paul Brandenburger and Susan Keim, ASPA President Harvey White; and graduate students Ed Stazyk and Doug Norsby. The award is given in recognition of the best lead article published during the previous year in the Public Administration Review.

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