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More December Features:

Graesser receives Award
Profile: Dr. Lin Zhan
Entrepreneurs take note
Phantom production
Scates Hall’s history revisited
UMAR silent auction Dec. 13
TIGUrS garden initiative projects
Names in the news

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December 2011 Update
Dr. Art Graesser Graesser receives Lifetime Presidential Research Award
Dr. Art Graesser, professor of psychology and founding co-director of the Institute for Intelligent Systems at the University of Memphis, will receive the first Presidential Award for Lifetime Achievement in Research from the University of Memphis.
Dr. Lin Zhan Profile: Dr. Lin Zhan
In the next several issues of Update, we will profile the deans of our colleges and schools. We continue with Dr. Lin Zhan, dean of the Loewenberg School of Nursing.
Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurs take note: new U of M Center may send you on your way
The University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is providing entrepreneurs — young and old alike — the tools they need to turn a business idea into reality.
Phantom February Phantom production to feature twist
Spoiler alert: February’s University of Memphis production of The Phantom of the Opera will be unlike any other of its kind — ever.
Scates Hall A centennial reflection: Scates Hall’s history revisited
Patsy Krech (BA '73) has heard stories about what life was like living in Scates Hall when it was a dormitory, coming from credible sources: former residents.
UMAR UMAR silent auction Dec. 13
The University of Memphis Association of Retirees (UMAR) is asking for a little “noise” from current faculty and staff at its annual silent auction and brunch on Dec. 13 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in Ballrooms B and C of the University Center.
TIGUrs Garden TIGUrS to host seminar series and plans outdoor classroom
The University of Memphis TIGUrS garden initiative has several projects scheduled for this spring including a seminar series.
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