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Congratulations to Nicole and Sean Gilmore, Hawk Link graduates who are entering into graduate study at the University of Washington! Nicole joins the School of Social Work, concentrating on Administration & Policy Practice. Sean is studying Medical Speech-Language Pathology. Rock Chalk, ladies!
Please join the Watkins Community Museum for “Flashback Friday”; a Final Friday event that explores the pop culture and social/political events of the late 60s and early 70s. Join KU African & African-American Studies, and American Studies Professor Clarence Lang at 6:30 for a presentation about the Civil Rights era and modern race relations. Discussion will follow. We hope to see you there!

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Blane Harding presents This workshop took place at the University of Kansas (KU) campus on Wednesday, August 6, 2014. Blane Harding, Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs at KU, spoke to the audience about how cultural awareness of domestic diversity develops into cultural competence. Increasing cultural competency allows people to have a better understanding of diverse populations, increased credibility, strengthened relationships, and greater trust and effectiveness. The end result of connecting with diverse students is increased retention, persistence, and graduation rates.

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Apr 22
KU Kick Butts Clean Up!
11:00 am
Apr 22
Rock Chalk Greenhawk Dinner
04:30 pm
Apr 23
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