IPCD celebrates its 50th anniversary of accreditationDebra SullivanSchell GhanaScholar Next Door

IPCD celebrates 50 years of accreditation

The Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders is honored by the Kansas Senate for 50 years of accreditation. (Story) (Photos)

Milk and brain health

New research conducted by Debra Sullivan and In-Young Choi has found a correlation between milk consumption and levels of a naturally occurring antioxidant in the brain. (Story)

Ghana is her passion

Respiratory care is Karen Schell's vocation, but helping the people of Ghana is her passion. STORY

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Last modified: May 17, 2015