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Whirlwind tour participants chosen

Forty-six people have been selected for the 2007 Wheat State Whirlwind Tour. The 10th annual tour will travel from†May 21-25.†In addition to the participants, seven commentators will make the trip, and Chancellor Robert Hemenway will participate for two days.

Stops are scheduled in Topeka, Wamego, Marysville, Concordia, Lucas, Palco, Nicodemus, Colby, Scott City, Montezuma, Dodge City, Mullinville, Medicine Lodge, Cottonwood Falls and Council Grove, among others.

Alumni gatherings will be in Concordia on May 21 and Colby on May 22.

Participants for this year's tour are:

  • Ellen Averett, Health policy and Management
  • Charlie Bankart, Graduate School and International Programs
  • Henry Bial, Theatre and Film
  • Julie Brixey, Nursing
  • Diann Burright, Freshman-Sophomore Advising Center
  • Deb Clements, Family Medicine
  • Rob Corser, Architecture
  • Glen Cox, Radiology
  • Jane Cox, Occupational Therapy
  • Ken Davis, Allied Health
  • Hannah Echalier Maxfield, Family Medicine
  • Debbie Ford, Nursing
  • Lee Furbeck, Admissions and Scholarships
  • Holly Goerdel, Public Administration
  • Manuela Gonzalez-Bueno, Curriculum and Teaching
  • John Green, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center
  • Saralyn Reece Hardy, Spencer Museum of Art
  • Tanya Hart, American and Women's Studies Programs
  • Bob Honea, Transportation Research Institute
  • Marvin Hunt, Continuing Education
  • Ann Huppert, Architecture
  • Amy Jordan Wooden, KUMC External Affairs
  • Karen Kelly, KUMC Cancer Center
  • Bernie Kish, Health, Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Mary Ellen Kondrat, Social Welfare
  • Dave Lacy, Theatre and Film
  • Jan Lariviere, Dole Human Development Center
  • Jeremy Martin, Mathematics
  • Brent Metz, Anthropology
  • Bill Myers, Information Services
  • Jacqlene Nance, Law
  • Ed O'Donnell, Business
  • Yajaira Padilla, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Jorge Perez, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Kathy Pryor, Theatre and Film
  • Kirby Randolph, History and Philosophy
  • Lori Reesor, Student Success
  • Brian Rosenblum, Libraries
  • Peter Smith, Physiology and Mental Retardation Research Center
  • Kim Swanson, French and Italian
  • Mike Taylor, Geology
  • Kristin Trendel, New Student Orientation
  • Kees van der Veen, Geography
  • Kevin Whitehead, English and American Studies
  • Sara Wilson, Mechanical Engineering

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