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Running with the chief boosts health and moral

Rick Johnson, chief of police, initially formed a running group to improve the department's running scores when the officers took their bi-annual physical assessments. However, these weekly "Runs with the Chief" have turned into much more than opportunities to improve run times. Read more.

Continue the Conversation

The Jayhawk Way program has created a buzz on campus, and Continue the Conversation is designed keep the momemtum going. Read more.

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Bohan lecture: The KUMC Alumni Association will host the 69th annual Peter T. Bohan lecture April 9. Michael Moss, author of New York Times' best seller Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us, will be the presenter. Moss will talk about the rise of the trillion dollar processed-food industry and its link to the obesity epidemic. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Lunch will be provided. Read more.

Mark the date

March 6: The university will hold its next computer equipment drop-off, 8:30-10:30 a.m. in Hixson Atrium. Make sure you bring the proper form. Read more.

March 24: Clinical integration town hall, 7:30-8:30 a.m., SON auditorium. Open to all employees. Information on the agenda will be provided later. 

Clinical Integration

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Last modified: Feb 12, 2015