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A new film by KU filmmaker Bob Hurst focuses on college-age volunteers who answer suicide prevention hotlines. “The Listeners" examines how to prevent suicide and shape public policy to better fund the services that do.
Filmmaker focuses on volunteers who answer suicide hotline | College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Filmmaker focuses on volunteers who answer suicide hotline Tuesday, April 22, 2014 LAWRENCE – When University of Kansas filmmaker Bob Hurst set out to make a film about suicide, he didn’t want to follow in the path of other recent documentaries that appealed to the public’s morbid fascination with t…

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Rosemarie Truglio KU Distinguished Alumni Event Check out the full video from the University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Distinguished Alumni event in NYC for Rosemarie Truglio on Sept. 17, 2013. NYC-area Jayhawks gathered for a reception honoring Dr. Rosemarie Truglio, g'86, g'90, for the presentation of the 2013-2014 Distinguished Alumni Award, presented by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. For Rosemarie Truglio's biography and more information about the other Distinguished Alumni Award recipients visit the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences website: http://college.ku.edu/alumni/change/distinguished.


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