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UAMS trustee panel OKs six-project plan

Posted: February 1, 2013 at 12:08 a.m.

Mark Kenneday, vice chancellor for campus operations at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, presents facility plans before the UA board of trustees in Little Rock on Thursday.

Mark Kenneday, vice chancellor for campus operations at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, presents facility plans before the UA board of trustees in Little Rock on Thursday.

Leaders of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences unveiled a campus master plan Thursday that detailed about 25 years of proposed projects, including a dental school, the expansion of several existing buildings and the overhaul of an old hospital building.

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