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Winter 2004 Features
Bowled Over

Smooth Operators by Jamie Peters
U of M professors are using innovative technology and approaches in surprising areas such as the trauma units of hospitals and prison systems to keep people and products moving efficiently.

Making Waves

On the Cutting Edge by Blair Dedrick
What do books, barbershops and boys have in common aside from starting with the letter "b"? They are part of a new nationwide reading initiative created by professors in the University's College of Education.

Top Gun A Different Beat by Blair Dedrick
Ever heard what a color sounds like? How about a dome? U of M composer Kamran Ince bridges his Turkish heritage withinfluences spun from an adulthood in America.
Prescription for Change Down, But Not Out by Jamie Peters
On any given night an estimated 2,000 people in the Memphis area are homeless. Alumni are doing their part to help them through often-harrowing circumstances.
A Dream Retold Picture Perfect by Greg Russell
Alumnus Shannon Fagan has an eye for bringing the subtle, telling moments buried in the visual cacophony of the Big Apple into sharp focus.
Spring 2004 cover - Hope for the Homeless
Vol. 22 No. 2
Cover art: Cover art: U of M alumni play key roles in getting homeless people back on track as Memphis and Shelby County push to end chronic homelessness by 2013. Photograph by Michael Spikes. Illustration by Aaron Drown. Read more.
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