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Q&A with Darren Canady, professor of English, as part of the "I Am Striving" series

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A team of University of Kansas researchers is studying the role of intermittent streams to better understand how hydrology, biogeochemistry and microbial ecology in small headwater streams interact to influence downstream water availability and water quality.

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The History of Black Writing is helping fill gaps in American literature and challenging how literature is taught, including which authors are included — or not included — in literary discussions. Its current and former leaders reflect on the project’s legacy and envision its future. 


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