Jayhawks in the News | Feb. 9

Posted on Feb 9, 2018 in News

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Find out what fellow Jayhawks are up to in our weekly edition of “In the News.” It’s like an online version of Class Notes. If you’ve seen Jayhawks in the news who should be featured, email us at share@kualumni.org.
 

Alumna’s art on display at Evangel University | Publicnow.com

The unique works of multi-media artist Julie Rush, who holds a bachelor’s degree in art education from the University of Kansas, will be on display at Evangel University, in the Fine Art & Design Gallery, for the month of February.
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BYU football names AJ Steward as running backs coach to finalize coaching staff | Desert News

BYU’s football staff is complete, as the Cougars announced Tuesday that AJ Steward will be the team’s running backs coach under first-year offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes. Steward, d’12, played college football at Kansas from 2008-11. He most recently spent four years as the running backs coach at Rice University.
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The voice of @KUnews: Social media strategist says goodbye to KU | The University Daily Kansan

With one final “Rock Chalk” tweet, Katie McCurry, the longtime voice behind @KUNews, said goodbye to the University on Jan. 26. McCurry, c’11, recently accepted a position with Citizens Bank in Boston as a social media and editorial strategist. As the University’s senior digital strategist for a few years, McCurry has made a large impact on the social media presence of the University.
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Woodland’s win for family here and above | Golf Channel

Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland, c’07, captured his first PGA Tour win in nearly five years after holing a short putt to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open. It’s his third career PGA Tour victory.
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