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March 5, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 12

KU mourns Clarke Wescoe
Fall events schedule unites Band Day, Family Weekend
Campus food services to blend operations
Wescoe Terrace to see expansion
Spring enrollment records set
Expo experiments
Wheat State Whirlwind plans Kansas expedition
Professor took road less traveled to field of study
Pulitzer-winning journalist comes to KU for lecture

Flock to be feathered, new plumage revealed
Faculty art to be featured in exhibit
Employees of the month honored
Lawsuit appeal dismissed

Judge rules for KU in Watkins Trust case

Drill to highlight safety procedures

‘Really Rosie’ reading
Experts to pour into water conference
Delicate dance

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Whirlwind tour:

Whirlwind tour: In May, three dozen professors and administrators will board a motor coach at KU for a whirlwind tour of the state. The Wheat State Whirlwind Tour helps bring KU faculty closer with Kansans over the course of six days.
Participants engage in discussions with people across the state, learn what KU means to Kansans and develop ideas on how KU’s resources could be of further assistance to the Wheat State. The tour serves to better familiarize university representatives with Kansans’ needs, introduces new KU faculty to their new home state and allows the participants to interact with colleagues.
Stops on the tour have been selected largely because they otherwise are inaccessible to the general public. Several KU professors traditionally accompany the tour as on-board commentators, and participants receive a notebook containing maps, brochures and readings of interest. The tour provides a special means of outreach, as the participants meet the state’s citizens, discover the state’s beauty and learn from engaging guides about Kansas. The participants also meet people willing to share their great pride for their communities.

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