Small changes can reap big savings
We have 5,000 PCs and 10,000 monitors in use across our campus and spend nearly $1,600 per day for the electricity needed to operate them all. That's nearly a half million dollars per year to keep our computers turned on. We can save $43,000 per year if everyone makes small changes. Read more.
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Giving seminar: Learn the basics of estate planning at this free seminar, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 12, at the KU Endowment offices. Lunch will be provided to the first 40 people who sign up. RSVP deadline has been extended to June 7. Read more.
KUMC in the newsKitchen therapy for cancer patients: Good nutrition is especially important for cancer patients. Yet treatment side effects such as nausea and loss of appetite may complicate nutritious eating. That's why the Midwest Cancer Alliance, dietitians from the University of Kansas Medical Center, and Cancer Action co-host a monthly free class called Cancer Center Kitchen Therapy. Read more. The Integrative Medicine dieticians have provided some healthy recipes that are also tasty for anyone. See the current list of all recipes they've demonstrated in the Cancer Center Kitchen Therapy program.
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June 3: Some spaces in Lot 48 between Kirmayer and KU Endowment will be used for construction crews. Read more.
June 5: Creating Performance Goals and Expectations - learn how to develop a winning vision and set clear expectations. Read more.
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Paul Callaway, M.D., FAAFP, has been appointed associate dean for Graduate Medical Education at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita. Read more.
Who am I? In 1990, this director of KUMC's liver transplant program successfully performed the first liver transplant in Kansas. Email your answer.