Outstanding women to be honored
The KU Women's Recognition Program, sponsored by the Women's Commission on the Status of Women and the Emily Taylor Women's Resource Center, has named winners of this year's awards. The awards honor women students, faculty, staff and alumnae who have enriched and improved the campus community through their service, teaching or involvement. Awards will be presented at 7:30 p.m. April 17 at the Big 12 Room in the Kansas Union. A reception to honor the nominees and award recipients will follow.
Outstanding Woman Student in Leadership: Ellen Stolle
Outstanding Woman Student in Athletics: Chelsey Pryor
Hall of Fame: Helen Alexander, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology; Joan Hunt, professor, KU Medical Center; Barbara Atkinson, executive vice chancellor, KU Medical Center; Marynell Reece, founder, Reece Construction, community organizer.
Outstanding International Woman Student: Cristina Fernandez
Outstanding Woman Student in Community Service: Bridey Maidhof
Outstanding Woman Educator: Elizabeth Friis, assistant professor of mechanical engineering
Outstanding Woman Staff Member: Dorothy Knoll, dean of students, KU Medical Center.
Outstanding Woman Student in Partnership: Stephanie Gomez
Outstanding Nontraditional Woman Student: Diedre White Man
Single Parent Student Award: Cynthia Lynn