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April 9, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 14

Prof’s work is play
KU to fine-tune image across state
KU programs rank among nation’s best
KU earns ‘Best Value’ designation
Memorial Drive to add Korean War monument
Women’s basketball hires coach
A capitol education
KU set to begin construction on Dennis E. Rieger Scholarship Hall
Pharmacy hacking hotline open

KU graduate wins Pulitzer Prize for reporting
Lied Center celebrates two anniversaries with art, event
CSA to be screened at KC film festival

KU musicians perform in Guatemala
Promotions and tenure announced
Board of Regents announces sabbaticals
KU Archives contributes to Chamberlain documentary
Annual book contest schedules program
Fun philathropy
Ragin’ Cajun

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Butterfly benefactor

Since Orley “Chip” Taylor, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, gave flight to Monarch Watch in 1992, the program has taken off. Each year more than 100,000 students from 2,000 schools in 37 states study monarchs through this program. But without private financial support, this popular program soon would be grounded. That’s why Taylor and others support Monarch Watch through contributions to the KU Endowment Association. His gifts count toward the KU First Family Campaign. Earl Richardson/KU Endowment Association

 

   
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