Art SpeaksTroy Clifford Dargin

Worth 1,000 words

Respiratory care education students study art to learn how to be better observers when treating patients. Story | Photos

The graduate

Speech pathology student Troy Clifford-Dargin receives three graduate-level degrees from the University of Kansas. Story

Ozone awareness

David Burnett, chair of the Department of Respiratory Care, offers tips for breathing easier when heat affects air quality. Story

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