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KU to honor faculty, academic staff retirees

Wed, 05/04/2022

LAWRENCE – The University of Kansas will honor retiring faculty and academic staff members and their guests with a lunch in May. Chancellor Douglas A. Girod and Chris Brown, vice provost for faculty development, will recognize the employees during the private event.

For more information, contact Debra Bia at dbia@ku.edu.

  • Deborah Adams, Social Welfare, 26 years
  • Santa Arias, Spanish & Portuguese, 13 years
  • Kenneth Audus, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 38 years
  • Martin Bergee, Music, 15 years
  • David Braaten , Geography & Atmospheric Science, 33 years
  • Julia Broxholm, Music, 16 years
  • Margaret Childs, East Asian Languages & Cultures, 35 years
  • Thomas DeLuca, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, 10 years
  • Frances Devlin, KU Libraries, 21 years
  • Victoria Fu Doll, KU Libraries, 39 years
  • Arienne Dwyer, Anthropology, 21 years
  • Mark Ferrell, Music, 37 years
  • Reva Friedman, Curriculum & Teaching, 44 years
  • Vincent Gnojek, Music, 34 years
  • Charles Greenwood, Juniper Gardens Children’s Project, Bureau of Child Research, 44 years
  • Bryan Haaheim, Music, 21 years
  • Tracy Hirata Edds, Applied English Center, 15 years
  • Eva Horn, Special Education, 22 years
  • Susan King, Health, Sport & Exercise Sciences, 29 years
  • Elizabeth Kuznesof, History, 46 years
  • Gregory Ludvigson, Kansas Geological Survey, 17 years
  • Wallace Meyer Jr., Business, 16 years
  • Dot Nary, Bureau of Child Research, 16 years
  • Joseph Novak, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, nine years
  • David Nualart, Mathematics, 17 years
  • Deborah Perbeck, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, nine years
  • Suzanne Rice, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, 28 years
  • Stephen Sanders, Physics & Astronomy, 33 years
  • Sergei Shandarin, Physics & Astronomy, 32 years
  • Steve Warren, Speech-Language-Hearing, 28 years
  • Peter Welsh, Museum Studies, 10 years
  • Zheng Jane Zhao, Business, 17 years.


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