Fall tuition assistance recipients announced

Tuition assistance for the fall semester has been granted to 175 university staff members. The program is offered to university employees who have at least six months of full- or part-time employment at KU at the time the classes begin. The program provides tuition for one class of up to five credit hours.

Application guidelines can be found at the Human Resources and Equal Opportunity Web page.

For more information, contact Mary Karten at 864-7346 or mkarten@ku.edu. The application deadline for the spring 2011 semester is Nov. 5.

Tuition assistance recipients, their positions and their departments are listed below.

• Daniel Alam, administration and finance

• Ruth Allenbrand, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Donald Allmon, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Steven Allton, Legal Services for Students

• Christie Appelhanz, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Cori Ast, Dole Institute of Politics

• Heather Attig, University Relations

• Nicole Banman, Kansas Public Radio

• M. Danielle Barker, Center for Science Education

• Bradley Barton, animal care unit

• Kimberly Bates, Academic Achievement and Access Center — Disability Resources

• Cynthia Beall, Higuchi Biosciences Center

• Russell Benke, Design and Construction Management

• Doug Bergstrom, Spencer Museum of Art

• Sam Billen, Office of Study Abroad

• Rebecca Blocksome, Spencer Museum of Art

• Colleen Boley, Office of Study Abroad

• Mark Bomgardner, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center

• Amy Borton, aerospace engineering

• Boone Bradley, Center for Research on Learning

• Michael Branden, molecular biosciences

• Christopher R. Brands, Higuchi Biosciences Center

• Marisa Bregman, Lied Center

• Larry Brow, KU Libraries

• Keith Bryant, Recreation Services

• Eric Buselt, Continuing Education

• Cristi Cain, School of Education

• Doug Carter, housing maintenance

• Melissa Caywood, Student Health Services

• Nicole Chapman, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Annemarie Chilton, Higuchi Biosciences Center

• Eileen Chrisjohn, Tertiary Oil Recovery Project

• Monica Claassen-Wilson, KU Libraries

• Cathy Clark, Design and Construction Management

• Adrienne Collins Runnebaum, multicultural affairs

• Matthew Cook, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Elizabeth Crickard, School of Social Welfare

• Rachel Crist, Applied English Center

• Sharla Cruse, University Advising Center

• Luke Daniels, Facilities Operations

• Cynthia Davis, Army ROTC

• Lindsey Deaver, Department of mathematics

• Mary Denning, graduate studies

• Bailey DeReus, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Erika Dickey, KU Libraries

• Jeanne Disney, Center for Research on Learning

• Jeremy Early, Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

• Heather Eastlund, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Richard Edgington, School of Education

• Christina Edmonds, Information Services

• Abby Ehling, graduate studies

• Martha Elford, Center for Research on Learning

• Richard Evanhoe, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Anne Flaherty, Office of the Vice Provost for Student Success

• Ed Foley, Edwards Campus

• Traci Fullerton, information services/information technology

• Jennifer Gay, Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

• Allison Gile, Academic Achievement and Access Center — Disability Resources

• Rebecca Gillam, School of Education

• Michaela Coppedge Gillispie, graduate studies

• Laura Gonsalves, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center

• Charles Grady, Natural History Museum

• Howard Graham, Athletics Department

• Randi Hacker, Center for East Asian Studies

• David Hageman, electrical engineering and computer science

• Brian Hanabury, design

• Winona Hansen, Student Health Services

• Gretchen Heasty, School of Education

• Troy Heidner, electrical engineering and computer science

• Daniel Hellebust, CReSIS

• Melody Henning, Academic Achievement and Access Center — Disability Resources

• Justin Henning, University Relations

• John Hindes, Continuing Educaion

• Jason Holladay, Facilities Operations

• Robin Holladay, Department of English

• Lavonne Holmgren, Center for Research on Learning

• Kang Hsu, International Student and Scholar Services

• Lavana Hubbel, Student Health Services

• Aaron Huerter, Applied English Center

• Annette Wendy Huggins, Kansas Public Radio

• Heidi Hulse, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Michelle Huslig-Lowrance, Department of Economics

• Tobin Jennings, Center for Research on Learning

• Jody Johnson, University Advising Center

• Adrienne Johnson, University Advising Center

• Brandie Johnson, provost’s office

• Corinna Johnson, Department of Linguistics

• Jessica Lea Johnson, Spencer Museum of Art

• Ross Johnson, Information Services

• Kevin Kenn, Comptroller's Office

• Emily Kennedy, Institute for Policy and Social Research

• Sarah Kerwin, Parking and Transit

• Elisa Krapcha, Office of Admissions

• Denise Kunze, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Jennie Landrum, Parking and Transit

• Kirk Larson, Environment, Health and Safety

• Melody Lawrence, School of Education

• Angela Lenahan, Parking and Transit

• Amy Leyerzapf, Athletics Department

• Anthony Lynch, Bureau of Child Research

• Teresa MacDonald, Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Center

• Margaret Mahoney, Dole Institute of Politics

• Kimberly Manifold, Information Technology

• Diana Marrs, Edwards Campus

• Lisa McBride, School of Education

• Lindsey McCaig, School of Engineering

• Michelle McCarty, animal care unit

• Joanna McCloud, School of Social Welfare

• Debbie McCord, School of Social Welfare

• Lauren McEnaney, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Lucy McGilley, School of Engineering

• Vincent McKamie, Athletics Department

• Peggy Miksch, Life Span Institute

• Todd Miles, Kansas Fire and Rescue Training Institute

• Julie Morris, Life Span Institute

• Parveen Mozaffar, School of Engineering

• John Mulvihill, School of Engineering

• Eric Nicholson, Facilities Operations

• Doug Nickel, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Yue Pan, East Asian languages and Cultures

• Anna Paradis, School of Engineering

• William Parrott IV, Student Success Technical Services

• Jacquelyn Pedigo, School of Engineering

• Margaret Perkins-McGuinness, Spencer Museum of Art

• Stephanie Peterson, Environment, Health and Safety

• Jennifer Phillips, Environment, Health and Safety

• Sean Pitzer, Student Financial Aid

• Precious Porras, Multicultural Affairs

• Adam Pousson, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Amy Price, Research and Graduate Studies

• Michael Prittie, electrical engineering and computer sciences

• Martha Proctor, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Laurie Ramirez, School of Education

• Dara Raney, Office of Admissions

• Amanda Reasoner, Continuing Education

• Laura Riggs, Public Safety Office

• James Riggs, School of Engineering

• John Rinnert, instructional development and support

• Marysa Sacerdote, International Student and Scholar Services

• Ken Sarber, Student Health Services

• Kelcey Schmitz, Life Span Institute

• Sarah Scholle, Office of Admissions

• Brent Schultz, Department of Applied Behavioral Science

• Jeff Severin, Center for Sustainability

• Tamara Sigley, School of Social Welfare

• Leatrice Smith, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Julie Solomon, social welfare

• Rachel Sorrels, Student Health Services

• Kim Spencer, Lied Center

• William Steele, Research and Graduate Studies

• Jeffrey Stevenson, Athletics Department

• Mary Strickell, Department of Psychology

• Erika Suarez, School of Social Welfare

• Gregory Swart, Comptroller's Office

• Amy Tackkett, School of Education

• Diane E. Taveggia, Applied English Center

• Tristan Telander, Spencer Museum of Art

• Jean Thoma, Athletics Department

• Gail Tiemann, Center for Research on learning

• Paul Trana, School of Education

• Leslie Traylor, Academic Achievement and Access

• Savanna Trent, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

• Altaf Uddin, School of Law

• Sandra Urish, pharmacy practice

• Christina Van Nostrand, Kansas Public Radio

• Teri Varuska, Department of Applied Behavioral Science

• Leslie VonHolten, Center for East Asian Studies

• Michael "Shawn" Wade, KU Libraries

• Linda J.B. Wiley, Department of Molecular Biosciences

• Cathleen Wilkinson, Office of Student Financial Aid

• Dominick Williams, Athletics Department

• Sheree Willis, Confucius Institute

• Celeste Morgan Yaluk, Office of International Programs

• Kristin Zachrel, KU Libraries

• Xiaobin Zuo, Department of Chemistry


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