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Donna Peck lost weight for her health, not just appearance

Since heart disease and diabetes run in her family, Donna Peck, assistant director of communications, knew she was high risk for both because she was obese. She lost weight for her health, not her appearance. Read more. As part of A Healthy U, we will share stories, like Donna's, to inspire you in your wellness journey.

Observed holidays

To view the remaining observed holidays in 2014 and observed holidays in 2015, go to the HR website.

What's for lunch?

Click here for Bell Cafe, Cambridge Cafe and Parkway Cafe menus. Click here for the Courtyard Cafe menu.

Faculty and Staff

Every one of our 3,000 employees plays a vital role in the health care, education and research of KU Medical Center.

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Holiday shuttle bus schedule: On holidays, the KU Medical Center shuttle buses and the contract Apple buses are either not operational or run on a reduced schedule. The buses will not be operational or will be running on a reduced schedule the following remaining 2014 holidays. Read more.

Retirement: Honor Matt Reese, Ph.D., director of the Center for Child Health and Development, at a retirement reception, 1-3 p.m., Dec. 19, SON atrium. Read more.


Karen Miller, Ph.D., RN, senior vice chancellor for academic and student affairs and dean of the School of Nursing, was recognized with the Legacy Award at the 2014 March of Dimes Nurse of the Year event. Read more.

Janet Pierce, Ph.D., APRN, the Christine A. Hartley Centennial Professor of Nursing, received the School of Nursing Educator award in this year's March of Dimes Nurse of the Year ceremony. Read more.

Dory Sabata, OTD, OTR/L, clinical assistant professor, has been named a fellow by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Read more.


Clinical Integration

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Last modified: Nov 12, 2014