HeadlinesNovember 15, 2010
- Going for green
- School of Medicine adding four year program in Salina, expanding in Wichita
- Juola helps program robot to serve elderly
- Professor profile: Focusing on the solution
- One year later, KU shown to be leader in open access scholarship
- Godwin to help lead cancer center's drug discovery efforts
- Parking restrictions for home basketball games announced
- E-mail servers to be upgraded; inbox storage to be increased
- Search committee named to find new School of Business dean
- Five faculty members nominated for HOPE Award
- KU more than doubles neurosurgery department
- Answers given for frequently asked severe weather questions
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"I Fell, Eiffel, Eyeful" is one of the pieces by David Brackett, assistant professor of visual communication, that will be featured in exhibits of his work in Ames, Iowa and at Washburn University in Topeka.
David Brackett, assistant professor of visual art, was selected to show his works in two upcoming exhibitions. The solo exhibition, “Unraveling Memories,” will showcase pieces Brackett has created over the past four years from Nov. 12 to Jan. 2 at the Octagon Center for the Arts in Ames, Iowa. A three-person invitational exhibition in February will also feature Brackett’s work. The exhibition, at Mulvane Art Museum at Washburn University in Topeka, will be on view from Feb. 5 to May 22.
American Journalism published “The Geography of an American Icon: An Analysis of the Circulation of Saturday Evening Post, 1911-1944” written by Doug Ward, associate professor of journalism, in its summer 2010 issue.
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