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Commencement 2004    

May 14, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 16

KU remembers Emily Taylor
Roberts named vice provost for research
Derritt chosen as university registrar
History, economics to be focus of faculty bus tour
Forum honors KU debate, features former winners
Chancellor chat
High-tech history
Clinton to give 1st Dole Lecture
Bush meets with education professor to discuss literacy

2004 employees of the year honored
KU, higher education see positive results from Legislature
Segregation scene
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Alumni earn KU’s highest honor
Professors to receive teaching awards

Outstanding students to carry banners
Grad school ceremony fetes students, faculty
9 graduating seniors win chancellor’s awards
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Graduation glee
Grad students give awards to mentors
Mother, daughter make graduation family affair



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Mother, daughter make graduation family affair


Amber Reagan-Kendrick and her daughter, Jehan Reagan, will walk down the Hill together at commencement.


Reagan-Kendrick will earn a doctorate in American studies, and Reagan will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in nursing.


“We will both walk down the Hill hand-in-hand,” said Reagan-Kendrick, who is associate director of the Health Careers Pathways program in the KU School of Medicine’s Office of Cultural Enhancement and Diversity.


“My purpose for going to college was to set an example for my children. I wanted them to value education as much as I.”


It’s a lesson her daughter has taken to heart. Reagan plans to return to KU with the goal of earning master’s degrees in public health and public health nursing.


In addition to earning her doctorate, Reagan-Kendrick has recorded the oral history of African-Americans from 1870 to 1960. The recordings will be transcribed for University Archives or the Kansas Collection at the Spencer Research Library at KU.

 

   
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