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KU TO CHANGE, ACCORDING TO PLAN
July 4, 1999
Kansas University’s master plan, which saw a formal revision last fall, will begin having a significant impact on the Lawrence campus in coming years.
S PUBLIC FILES ARRIVE AT KU
July 4, 1999
In July, officials with Kansas University and the state hired a Lenexa-based architectural firm to handle the design of the Dole Institute for Public Service and Public Policy.
KUMC RESEARCHERS FIND IV SOLUTIONS USE TOO MUCH SUGAR
July 4, 1999
A study done by a doctor and a registered nurse at the Kansas University Medical Center revealed that IV solutions were using too much sugar.
RESEARCHERS STUDY STROKE RECOVERY
July 4, 1999
With the help of a $7.6 million grant, a group of researchers at Kansas University Medical Center has launched a major study into the varying degrees of recovery after stroke.
HEMENWAY LEAVING MARK ON KU CAMPUS
July 4, 1999
With three full academic years now under his belt as chancellor of Kansas University, Robert Hemenway reflects on goals achieved and looks forward to the next century.
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT MAKING CONNECTIONS
July 4, 1999
The incoming student body president at Kansas University wants to make a connection — as much with university administrators and state officials as with his constituents.
EDUCATOR READS SUCCESS INTO LIFELONG LEARNING
January 3, 1999
The head of Baker University says continuing education for post-graduates and teaching students will be among higher education’s missions in the next millennium.
REGENTS EXPAND ADMISSIONS EXEMPTION
November 20, 1998
Some nonresidents missing requirements under the new qualified admissions standards will still be allowed to enroll.
COMPLAINT ON HANDICAPPED PARKING LEADS TO SPACE SHUFFLING
November 19, 1998
A complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services led to some surprising changes in disabled parking near Allen Fieldhouse.
FORMER KU PROFESSOR DARWIN DAICOFF DIES
November 18, 1998
Darwin Daicoff, a Kansas University professor emeritus of economics and public administration who for years played a major role in the formation of state economic policy, died Monday at Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a battle with emphysema. He was 69. A faculty member for 34 years, Daicoff spent the bulk of his career in the economics department before transferring in the mid-1980s to the department of public administration, where he taught public finance.

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