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KU Women of Distinction Calendar honors female students, faculty, staff and alumnae

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At 4 p.m. today in the Big 12 Room of the Kansas Union, Kansas University will honor 24 female students, faculty, staff and alumnae for a range of scholarly and social achievements.

The women are being honored in the 2013-14 KU "Women of Distinction Calendar." They are in the spotlight for both individual and group achievements, everything from softball to book writing.

Categories for honors include: "Individual Achievements," "Team Players," "Advocates for Change," "Women in the Humanities," "Students Transforming the World," "Promoting Healthy Communities through Education" and "Advocacy and Artistic Achievers."

A full list of the honorees is posted on KU News. The event is scheduled to run until 5:30 p.m.

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    Shardwurm 1 year, 3 months ago

    I think it's time we get rid of the 'Women' label. No more 'KU Women's Hall of Fame' or whatever they have. Women are equals and to me it's time to quit separating their accomplishments. It's as if we still are saying: "Oh! Look at the little woman who did so well outside the kitchen!" That may have been appropriate 50 years ago, but it's no longer unusual to see successful women. Merge all of the awards and acknowledgements. Honor all successful individuals as one.

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