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New Staff Fellows announced

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

LAWRENCE — Provost Jeff Vitter and Associate Vice Provost Mike Rounds have announced the 2014-15 class of Staff Fellows. The program, now in its seventh year, is jointly coordinated by the Office of the Provost and Human Resource Management. Applications were accepted in September, and 15 new fellows have been named. 

The purpose of the Staff Fellows Program is to make KU a stronger institution by providing opportunities to take part in a structured program of professional development that includes skill and leadership development, and the opportunity to gain broader knowledge of the university. The program also provides the opportunity to work with a mentor to broaden the knowledge and experience of each Staff Fellow.     

Staff Fellows work together during the academic year on a project with campus-wide relevance. For more information visit the Provost’s website.

The 2014-15 Staff Fellows, their departments and length of service at KU:

  • Linda Bonebrake, executive associate, Office of the Provost, 16 years
  • Lawrence Bush, assistant director, Dole Institute of Politics, 11 years
  • Keah Cunningham, assistant director, Academic Resource Center, five years
  • Millinda Fowles, director, School of Pharmacy, four years
  • Joel Hood, finance manager, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences-SSC, six years
  • Jill Hummels. director, Engineering Administration, 13 years
  • Cassandra Keefer, assistant director, Office of Admissions, four years
  • Lori Kesinger, program coordinator. Audio Reader, 24 years
  • Darcey Nance, director, Engineering Administration, 15 years
  • Guy Price, zone manager, Facilities Services, three years
  • Sharon Riley, HR specialist, Libraries Administration, 13 years
  • Sally Utech, associate director, Hall Center for the Humanities, four years
  • Anne Wallen, assistant director, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, two years
  • Stacy Walters, program manager, Continuing Education, seven years
  • Stephen Werninger, analyst, Information Technology, two years.

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