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Aug. 20, 2004
Vol. 29, No. 1

Roadshow rocks across Kansas
• Med Center exec Hagen to retire; Atkinson to succeed
Biology Center attracts magnet
General education subject of CTE summit
Surprise patrol!
Faculty-staff basketball ticket info forthcoming
Edwards expansion
Student center gets new name, director
HDFL now Applied Behavioral Sciences department

Record grant boosts biomedical research
KU, Fort Leavenworth establish faculty, student exchange program
KU ‘New Literacies’ conference goes global
Alumni center creates campus TGIF events

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Uniform brings Civil War to life for history buffs
Multicultural scholars find success after KU
System to increase parking lot security
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Medical school marks 100th class
Former dean pledges $500K for professorship
Allison named policy advisor
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CONFLICT CONCERNS: Robert Rowland, professor of communication studies, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in its July 25 issue that the 9/11 commission skirted the Middle East conflict, and that skirmishes between Israelis and Palestinians are a significant factor in anti-American sentiment in the Arab world. “There certainly is an argument that, in the aftermath of 9/11, one of the first things the United States should have tried to do was to do everything we possibly could … to help the Israelis and Palestinians reach some kind of settlement to take the issue off the table.” Rowland co-wrote a book about political rhetoric in the Mideast conflict.

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