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More January Features:

U of M cadet giving military a boost
U of M website redesign launched Gov. Haslam's budget proposal
  includes Community Health Building

Team at U of M works to benefit

Cook, Sable win first-ever Lupfer Teaching Award
Profile: Dr. Maurice Mendel
Bingham awarded honor by NMCS
U of M holiday card contest winners
Names in the news


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January 13 Update
Jackson Young U of M cadet already giving military a big boost
University of Memphis freshman Brandi Jackson has never met John Cody Guidry, doesn’t have any idea where in the world he might be, but has already formed a bond with him that will likely last a lifetime.
Web Redesign U of M website redesign launched Jan. 15
The University of Memphis website has a sleek new look and a new design that allows it to adapt to its surroundings.
Web Redesign Gov. Haslam's budget proposal includes state-of-the-art Community Health Building
Gov. Bill Haslam has announced that the state's proposed budget for the upcoming year includes funding for the Community Health Building.
Hearing Interdisciplinary team at U of M works to benefit severely hearing-impaired individuals
A grant from the National Science Foundation will not only foster research by bringing together fields as diverse as computer engineering and audiology, but will allow severely hearing-impaired people lead the lives of their normal-hearing counterparts.
Award Cook, Sable win first-ever Lupfer Teaching Award
Drs. Melloni Cook, associate professor of psychology, and Helen Sable assistant professor of psychology, each won the first ever Lupfer Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award.
Dr. Maurice Mendel Profile: Dr. Maurice Mendel
Over the last several issues of Update, we have been profiling the deans of our colleges and schools. In this issue, we highlight Dr. Maurice Mendel, dean of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Bingham Bingham awarded lofty honor by NMCS
Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham, vice president of Student Affairs at the University of Memphis, has been named a Distinguished Elder by the National Multicultural Conference & Summit (NMCS).
Simington U of M holiday card art contest winners made for a merrier season for campus community
Three students at the University of Memphis Campus School were named the top artists in this year’s holiday card art contest.
Names in the news Names in the news
Read about the research and achievements of University of Memphis faculty and staff.
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