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Summer 2001 Features
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Monkey Business by Greg Russell
The Memphis Zoo is quickly becoming recognized as one of the top animal research facilities in the country. Several U of M alumni are taking the Zoo to new heights.

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The Gods of Ancient Memphis by Lesley Katerski
A major Egyptian art exhibit at The University of Memphis offers a fresh look at the customs and beliefs of ancient dynasties ruled by pharaohs and kings.

Laurie Tucker Expecting the Best by Kristen Epler
U of M alumna Laurie Tucker has climbed the corporate ladder at FedEx to become a driving force behind the world's leader in overnight package delivery.
Student in Dr. Jahan's lab Joint Control by Greg Russell
Innovative medical research being conducted on The University of Memphis campus is helping to dramatically change the lives of individuals worldwide.
   
Summer 2001 cover - The Gods of Ancient Memphis
Vol. 19 No. 3
Cover art: As part of The Gods of Ancient Memphis exhibit, this artificat is a false door shrine of Yegegi from the Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6 (2323-2150 B.C) The gift was donated by the Berry B. Brooks estate. Read more.
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