We have 5,000 PCs and 10,000 monitors in use across our campus and spend nearly $1,600 per day for the electricity needed to operate them all. That's nearly a half million dollars per year to keep our computers turned on.
We can save $43,000 per year if everyone does the following:
Together we can make a huge difference in our utility expenses. Thank you for your cooperation.
Paul Callaway, M.D., FAAFP, has been appointed associate dean for Graduate Medical Education at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, effective May 5, 2013. He replaces Robert McKay, M.D., who served as interim associate dean.
Dr. Callaway previously served as the Wesley Family Medicine program director. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, and completed his residency at St. Joseph Family Medicine. Dr. Callaway has received numerous teaching awards and has been part of developing efforts targeting diabetes and cardiovascular disease. He has also published works on maternity care and care of the dying patient.