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Childhood in a 'dustbowl:' thin soup, wooden mattresses

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These are among the poorest children in what's been called the poorest place on Earth: the Ningxia Autonomous Region. Shallow canyons and looming mountains offer contrasting shades of brown here, and even a slight breeze is enough to coat your clothes with sand.

James Jucker, retired industrial engineering professor, dies

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James Jucker, a retired professor of industrial engineering and a former associate dean of the School of Engineering, died of complications of lymphoma and heart disease on May 4 in Bayonet Point, Fla. He was 74. A service is planned for June 27 at 2 p.m. in Memorial Church.

Trustees approve several campus construction projects

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At the final meeting of the 2011 academic year, the Board of Trustees approved several construction projects, including the Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering Building, the final building to be constructed in the new Science and Engineering Quadrangle (SEQ II).

Radiology Professor Garry Gold wins 2011 Allan Cox Medal

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Garry Gold, associate professor of radiology, has received the 2011 Allan V. Cox Medal, which is awarded annually to a faculty member with a record of excellence directing undergraduate research. He was lauded for empowering students to be creative and independent researchers.


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