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KU Giving Magazine

Spring 2021
Issue 32
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A SELFless Legacy
KU doctoral student Max Fairlamb is fascinated by proteins. Like tiny machines in our cells, each protein uses a unique mechanism to do its job.
By R. Tyler Habiger
Return of the Guardians
KU unveils reimagined grotesques that have stood watch over Dyche Hall for 114 years
By Michelle Strickland
Within Reach
The University of Kansas Cancer Center’s quest to conquer all cancers
By Valerie Gieler

Across KU

Restoring a Community's Voice – Eudora Time
Campus Happenings – Spring 2021


Every Gift Matters — Honoring a Lifetime of Public Service
The Jayhawk community lost an incredibly gifted leader and friend when Reggie Robinson died on Sept. 19, 2020.
Giving Snapshots — Spring 2021
Donors share why they give
KU Student Portrait — Radhia Abdirahman
A passion for working with people and the community inspires student’s future career in public health
KU Faculty Portrait – Bozenna Pasik-Duncan
Global scholar inspires women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math
KU Endowment 101 – Investing in KU Today and Tomorrow
Well-managed endowment provides steady support to KU and preserves future purchasing power
The Faithful – Jan Van Sant
Giving back is at the core of this generous geologist’s family
Time and Place — KU’s Day of Giving Sets New Records
Thousands of Jayhawks participated in the fourth annual One Day. One KU.

You’re invited to help us create a future where students have uncommon educational experiences, researchers make life-affirming discoveries, and together, we change the world for the better. Ever Onward we go into a future of infinite possibilities.