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THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR DONORS WHO SUPPORTED FRIENDS UNIVERSITY LAST YEAR.

Dr. Biff Green

As Binnie and I begin the final year of our leadership role at Friends University, we have been blessed to receive many wishes for a great retirement from people we have met throughout the years. One particularly poignant event for us occurred the Friday before Homecoming when a large group of students, faculty, staff, Board of Trustee members, alumni and other friends gathered for a group photo on the front steps of the Davis Administration Building and ice cream social along Centennial Lane to celebrate the past 20 years.

Binnie and I were deeply moved by this surprise event. The celebratory mood continued the next day with a record attendance of more than 1,400 people at our Homecoming block party and the Falcon’s defeat of Bethel College 43-12. Another celebration this fall was the recognition of the Chester and Vera Pitts family as our Friends University Family of the Year. This new award was created to recognize a special family for their dedication, commitment and years of service to the University. Four generations of the Pitts family have been involved with Friends University for eight decades, and more than 20 family members have attended the University since 1949. Four family members have also served on the Board of Trustees or as employees at Friends University. Congratulations and thank you to the Pitts family for their ongoing involvement and

support of Friends University. Also a special thank you to Rod Pitts, chairman of the Friends University Board of Trustees, for agreeing to oversee the search for the next president of Friends University. Work continued on the Davis Administration Building’s roof replacement this fall, and we narrowly escaped another major hailstorm that hit Wichita in September. As this issue of Focus goes to print, we are still hopeful the tower portion of the project will be done in time to light the tower for the holidays. Thank you to all of our donors who supported Friends University last year. We have included our 2009-10 annual donor report in this issue of Focus. Your support makes a tremendous difference in our ability to provide an independent, Christian education for our students.

PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH UPDATE The search for the 13th president of Friends

Rodney Pitts

The Friends University Board of Trustees is most grateful to

University successfully launched this

President Green for his exceptional service these past 20 years.

summer with the Board of Trustees ap-

Due to his leadership, and that of his administration, the 13th

pointing a Presidential Search Committee

president of Friends University will lead an institution that is aca-

and engaging a nationally recognized

demically solid, financially secure and fully committed to offering

search consultant. Search committee

programs of the highest educational quality.

members were selected to represent the various constituents of the University, in-

For the latest updates on the presidential search, please visit www.friends.edu/presidential-search.

cluding alumni, trustees, faculty, academic leadership, administration, staff, students and the community-at-large. To attract the best and most qualified candidates, a specific search process is being followed, including adherence to strict confidentiality by all committee members. Once finalists are an-

Rodney D. Pitts

nounced in January, the Friends University community (including

Chairman of the Board and

alumni) will have the opportunity to meet each candidate during

Chairman of the Presidential Search Committee

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President Dr. Biff Green Vice President of University Relations Hervey W. Wright III Executive Director of Alumni and Annual Fund Lisa Tilma

Approximately 50 people attended Raschelle Scheppman’s lecture on “The Adventures and Rewards of Working Overseas” Oct. 12 in the William Penn Science Building. Scheppman, G’06, shared her experiences in working for the U.S. Department of State in Kuwait, the Iraq Regional Security Office and the Office of African Affairs. The lecture was hosted by the History and Political Science Club and the Alumni Office.

Communications Director Gisele McMinimy

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Friends University Board of Trustees Mr. Eldon Alexander Mr. Craig Bay Mr. Jason D. Boles Mrs. Marilyn Brown, LCMFT Mr. C. Bruce Burnett Mrs. Pam Chambers Mr. David Depew Mrs. Ardith Dunn Mr. Richard Fitzgerald Dr. Biff Green Mr. Duane Hansen Dr. Kevin Hoppock Dr. Denis Knight Dr. John Lewis Mr. Kelly Linnens Dr. Cliffton Loesch Mr. Rodney Pitts Mr. Edwin Roberts Mr. Richard Rucker Mr. Michael Shockley Dr. Rebecca Twietmeyer Mr. John Weber Mr. Michael Wilson

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NEW LEARNING FORMATS REACH BEYOND CAMPUS Friends University’s educational spirit is not bound to the Davis Administration Building.

DONOR REPORT 2010 Friends University recognizes contributions of funding, time and support. PAGE 21

Focus Editor and Publications Manager Kate Bosserman Contributing Writer Sara Ornelas

Trustees Emeritus Mr. Carl Sebits

Friends University

D on or Re p ort July 1, 2009 — June 30, 2010

PAGE 18 About the Cover Workers remove scaffolding from the Davis Administration Building’s clock tower Dec. 13. The slate roof, ornate dentil pieces and Christmas lights were replaced following extensive damage from the July 8, 2009, hailstorm. PHOTO BY kate bosserman CORRECTION: The caption on page 16 in the Spring/Summer 2010 issue incorrectly identified the group as the Education for Ministry team. They are actually the Evangelical Friends Mission team. We apologize for this error. | “Friends University Elects New Board Members” in the Spring/ Summer 2010 issue incorrectly stated that Marilyn Brown received a Master of Education at Newman College (now Newman University) in 1997. She did, however, receive a bachelor’s degree in vocal music education from Wichita State University in 1968.

Wichita Alumni Advisory Board 2010-11 Lisa Henshall, G’04, President Bryan Wohlwend, G’97, President-Elect Melissa Knoeber, G’02, Secretary Sherrie Andersen, G’68 Mindy Barr, G’96 Doug Berryman, M’01 Nicole Black, G’08 Marvin Connet, G’82 Daniel De Longe, G’07 Clayton Deckinger, G’90

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Curt Demuth, M’96 Jennifer Edwards, G’05/’05/M’08 Peggy Gregory, G’73 Kimberly Howard, G’99 Lisa Kraemer, G’10 Scott Lembke, FS’04 DeeAnn Moss, G’08 Scott Nicholson, M’00 Shawn Page, G’91 Michael Rice, G’05/’09 Chris Robrahn, G’83 Jennifer Stephens, G’93/M’09 Andi Stipp, G’01/M’07 Matt Van Boening, G’88/’94 Kansas City Alumni Advisory Board 2010-11 Rosann O’Dell, M’05, President Anthony Murdock, G’03/M’06, President-Elect Gigi Simpson, G’99, Secretary Leann Alexander, G’85 Michelle Burdine, G’03 Jayneen Hammons, M’00 Errol Logue, G’63 Jodie McMahon, M’00 Selena McNaul, G’05 Steve Parscale, G’86/M’88 Brandon Raybern, G’09 Neil Trickey, G’95/M’07 Topeka Alumni Advisory Board 2010-11 Chris Fisher, G’06, President Nellie Weiss, G’07/M’09, President-Elect Joyce Hladky, M’09, Secretary Sheryl Crawford, G’07/’10 Mary Duncan, M’09 Tricia Eddy, G’01 Diana Fuhrken, G’01/’03/M’06 Robert Hall, G’01/M’08 Jennifer Hermann, G’02 Henry Johns, G’06 Janet Starnes, M’09 Jennifer Wassemiller, G’00 Ex-Officio Members of the Alumni Advisory Board 2010-11 Robyn Haxton, G’90, President of the Wichita Alumni Advisory Board Annie Anderson, G’04/M’07, 2010-11 President of the Kansas City Alumni Advisory Board Jeremy Francis, G’06/M’08, 2010-11 President of the Topeka Alumni Advisory Board Dr. Biff Green, President of Friends University Hervey W. Wright III, Vice President of University Relations Lisa Tilma, Executive Director of Alumni and Annual Fund Max Burson, Faculty Representative Ann Marie Miller, Faculty Representative Erin Tombaugh, SGA president

Friends University Focus is published two times a year in summer, winter and spring by the Communications Office, 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213. It is published for the alumni and friends of Friends University. Friends University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding this policy: EEOC/Title IX Coordinator, Friends University, 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213, 316-295-5000. Friends University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association, telephone 1-312-263-0456, www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org.

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news Contact the Alumni Office 316-295-5900 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5900 www.friends.edu/alumni alumni@friends.edu

Senior Alumni Scholarship Recipients Each fall, the Alumni Association recognizes those students who receive the $1,000 Alumni Scholarship at the annual recognition luncheon. It is with great pride that the Alumni Association celebrates Andrew Moser and Jessica Mullen as our two seniors receiving the Alumni Scholarship for 2010-11.

By Lisa Locke, G’01/M’04 Executive Director of Alumni and Annual Fund

Moser is a computer science major from Wichita. When not involved with the Falcon Activities and Campus Events (FACE) committee and the Falcon Leadership Team, he en-

A Message from the EXECUTIVE Director OF ALUMNI AND ANNUAL FUND Many thanks to everyone who came out to Homecoming, Sat-

when he and several hundred other Friends University students went to Greensburg, Kan., to assist with clean-up of the town after the tornado hit in 2007. After he graduates, Moser anticipates pursuing his graduate degree. Mullen is from Valley Center, Kan., and will graduate with

urday, Oct. 2. If you were able to be part of the fun, then you

a major in business administration and double minors in ac-

know we had a record turnout of more than 1,400 people at

counting and management. As a student, she has been part

our Block Party dinner and carnival, and we won the football

of the Falcon volleyball team and is very involved with her

game against the Bethel Threshers!

church and the children’s ministry. Mullen’s favorite class is

Photo by Mike Shockley

But what made the

ite trip as a student was when the volleyball team went to na-

special was that our choral

tionals in St. Louis. She also anticipates pursuing a master’s

alumni were invited to sing

degree after she graduates as well as doing some traveling.

the national anthem prior

Moser and Mullen in their senior year and to the other 10

of current Concert Choir

students who received this scholarship for their 2010-11

Director Rolaine Hether-

academic studies!

this again at next year’s Homecoming, so be sure to mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011. Author Note: Lisa Locke is a 2001 graduate of the Business Management Program and a 2004 graduate of the Master of Human Resource Development/Organization Development Program. While she would love to help sing the national anthem next year at Homecoming, she will spare everyone her singing

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The Alumni Association wishes the best of luck to

to kick-off. With the help

out at Adair-Austin Stadium. Plans are already underway to do

and limit it to the inside of her car.

accounting with instructor Nichole Pendleton, and her favor-

football game even more

ington, approximately 45 alumni returned and sang their hearts

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joys rock climbing. One of his most favorite memories was


Travel with Friends to Canada The Friends University Alumni Office is excited to invite you to join the Singing Quakers as they travel to Canada May 10-17, 2011! This eight-day excursion includes flight and hotel accommodations as well as the opportunity to enjoy performances by the Singing Quakers.

PHOTO BY JOSEPH K. MYERS

For more information, visit www.friends.edu/canada-companion-tour.

Attention Classes of 1961 and 1986! We will be celebrating your 50th and 25th milestone reunions at the Wichita campus on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011. For more information or to be part of the planning committee, contact the Alumni Office.

Friends to the Rescue! It’s all about who you know – and for Greg John-

Congratulations to the 2010 Family of the Year!

son, that’s especially true. Johnson is a member of the food services staff on the Wichita campus. However, as a teen, he had the opportunity to get to know Friends University alumnus Rick

Friends University recently established the Family of the Year Award as a

Fitzgerald, G’70. You see, Fitzgerald was an as-

way to recognize the legacy of those families who:

sistant principal at Johnson’s junior high school.

• have shown longevity in the number of years their family has attended Friends University; • are able to document that multiple members of their family tree have attended Friends University; and • have a history of dedicated service to the University. The Chester and Vera Pitts family are the first family to receive the Family of the Year Award. The family received plaques during halftime of the Sept. 11 home football game. The Pitts family’s legacy includes eight decades, four generations and more than 20 members attending Friends University. Family members have been involved with clubs and organizations including Singing Quakers, University Band, Student Council, Psychology Club, the Talisman yearbook and Sigma Delta Pi. Several Pitts family members have participated in athletics such as football, basketball, tennis, track and cross country. Visit www.friends.edu/family-of-the-year to view photos of the ceremony.

Rick Fitzgerald, G’70, (left) and Lisa Henshall, G’04, 2010-11 Wichita AAB President, (right) present Greg Johnson, food services staff member, with a cash gift to purchase a new bicycle because his was stolen. Fast forward to 2010 at the Sept. 11 Alumni Appreciation Tailgate – Johnson and Fitzgerald had an opportunity to reconnect after many years when Fitzgerald learned that, unfortunate-

Athletic Hall of Fame Date Changed Please note that the date for the 13th annual Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony has been moved to Saturday, Feb. 12. This will take place at halftime of the men’s basketball 7 p.m. game.

ly, Johnson’s bicycle was recently stolen. As a former Wichita Alumni Advisory Board member, Fitzgerald approached the committee for their help and voila! Johnson is the proud owner of a brand new bicycle, all thanks to a relationship that started many years ago and ended up back at Friends University.

Alumni Key: G’__ = Associate or Bachelor’s Degree Graduation Year; M’__ = Master’s Degree Graduation Year; FS’__ = Former Student, Last Year Attended

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news in FOCUS McMinimy said the Communications Office has been adding features to the site since it launched in June 2009. “The site that was launched in June 2009 had to be a ‘bare-bones’ site because we were working with a vendor to get the site launched and had to keep costs reasonable,” McMinimy said. “We went from a confusing, 3,000-page site to an 800page site at launch. We spent the 2009-10 year adding needed pages, news releases, and homepage highlights for specific events and activities. We’ve also worked

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY UNVEILS NEW WEBSITE FEATURES

ing, to create the new interactive features.” McMinimy said the new site is intentionally designed to be more streamlined than the

If you have visited the Friends University

Audio – www.friends.edu/finearts

previous website. It features more timely

website recently, you may have noticed a

Users can hear samples from various Fine

news items and is focused on external

few changes.

Arts groups. Other audio files will be added

audiences. “We’ve developed and posted

to the site this year through an iTunesU

more than 200 news items on the site

account.

since the launch,” McMinimy said.

“We’ve made recent changes to the homepage, but we’ve also added some new interactive features to the site,” said Communications Director Gisele McMinimy. The website’s homepage was recently revised to include some new sliding headers that provide targeted links to various types of users. There are also links on every page to request information and to apply so prospective students can quickly start the process toward their degree. “We want to make it as easy as possible

Interactive Campus Map – www.friends. edu/wichita-campus-map Clicking a building on the map illustration (or the name of a building in the list below the illustration) will bring up a window that shows photos and information about the building.

The Communications web team includes Web Coordinator Jami Pierce, G ’08, and part-time student worker Roman Rodriguez. They meet on a weekly basis to discuss changes and additions so they make the most sense to users and so the site grows in a strategic manner. In addition, a Friends.edu Committee meets

Request Information Form – www.

to discuss website issues and oversee

friends.edu/request-information

the site. The Communications Office received

for prospective students to inquire about a

Prospective students can click on a tab

degree and apply to the University and for

that appears on the right-hand side of ev-

756 change requests during the 2009-10

our on-campus community to find the links

ery page to access a form allowing them

fiscal year and completed 633 of those

they need on a daily basis,” McMinimy said.

to inquire about a program or ask a general

projects. McMinimy notes the majority of

question. They can also click on a tab to

those projects took more than 10 minutes.

added during the past year include:

apply.

In addition, website content coordinators

Photo Galleries – www.friends.edu/

Twitter and Facebook Links – www.

photo-galleries

friends.edu

Some of the galleries included on this

The University launched an official Uni-

page include Community Service Day

versity-wide Facebook page and a Twitter

2010, 2010 Commencement, and galleries

account this fall and has been working on

for several Fine Arts groups.

a pilot project with the Master of Arts in

She said some of the other new features

Videos – www.friends.edu/video This page features some past television commercials and other miscellaneous videos.

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Teaching program to launch a Facebook page for the program.

also updated pages for their departments. “A lot of people have put in much time and effort to enhance our website,” McMinimy said. “We really appreciate their hard work.” McMinimy said the Communications Office and the Friends.edu Committee will be working on additional improvements and new features for the rest of this year.


Friends Welcomes Two Deans, New Faculty BY RACHEL KEELEY, SENIOR Dr. Jo Lobertini read the job description for the dean of the College of Adult and Professional Studies and was inspired immediately. “In the ad, everything listed was something I wanted to do or I knew I would love to do,” Dr. Lobertini said. “It was like I had written the job description.”

Dr. Jo Lobertini

Dr. Steve Peters

Dr. Lobertini is from east Tennessee. She received her Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Tennessee. She went on to receive her Master of Arts in English and Doctorate of Education from East Tennessee State University. Dr. Lobertini

Dr. Steven Peters is the new dean of the College of Business, Arts, Sciences and Education, and professor of theater. Dr. Peters earned a Master of Arts in theater arts from Baylor

served as assistant dean of the university’s school of continuing

University, and a Ph.D. in theater and arts administration from

studies and academic outreach, and chair of the division of

Texas Tech University. He most recently served as associate

cross-disciplinary studies before coming to Friends University.

dean of Academic Affairs and Research for the College of Fine,

She has been married to Paul Mareth for more than four years

Performing and Communication Arts at Wayne State University

and has two children. Her hobbies include reading and being a

in Detroit, Mich. Prior to Wayne State, he was director of

life-long learner.

Wichita State University’s School of Performing Arts.

Dr. Lobertini’s priorities are developing “new programming

As President of the Association for Theatre in Higher

that is targeted to specific audiences … and flexible programs

Education (ATHE) since 2007, Dr. Peters also serves as ATHE’s

that help adults achieve their educational goals.” She wants

representative to the Coalition for Theatre Education, a national

to widen the range of higher education opportunities for adult

coalition of arts organizations that brings together

students.

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ONE-DAY WORKSHOP OFFERS GRADUATE CREDIT BY esther hoffman, senior PHOTO BY ESTHER HOFFMAN, SENIOR

The Friends University Office of Gradu-

Twenty teachers completed the work-

Educator Professional Development Day

shop, and Marci Shearon, director of grad-

Nov. 13.

uate workshops, thinks the conference-

The conference-style education workshop contained four 90-minute sessions covering topics such as vocabulary nour-

style worked well. “It highlights our adjuncts,” she said. According to Sarah Strole, G’10, admin-

ishment, smartboard applications, hands-

istrative assistant in the Office of Graduate

on science and learning styles.

School Workshops, one major draw is some

Attendees could choose from an average of three topics per session. After the workshop, attendees completed an assign-

Kendra Herbi (left) incorporates clip art and photos into lessons during Glenda VanSant’s workshop Nov. 13 in the Olive White Garvey Business and Technology Building. The Office of Graduate School Workshops offered 10 sessions during the one-day conferencestyle workshop.

follow-up questions from the sessions.

ate School Workshops hosted its first Fall

of their most requested instructors are teaching at this first conference-style workshop. This one-day workshop was designed to

ment for each session in order to receive

give teachers “make-it-take-it” opportuni-

one graduate credit for the day.

ties; lessons that the teachers could imme-

Lunch was provided in the Casado Cam-

diately use at work, Shearon said.

pus Center so attendees had a chance to

For information on future conference-

network and exchange ideas. Instructors

style workshops, contact Shearon at 316-

were also available during lunch to answer

295-5588 or marci_shearon@friends.edu.

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SERVICE LEARNING BENEFITS STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY BY RACHEL KEELEY, SENIOR PHOTO BY HANNAH PAULS, SOPHOMORE

Almost as foundational as the Davis Administration Building, instilling the importance of community service through service learning is valued at Friends University. From May 2009 to October 2010, 28 community service events have allowed traditional-undergraduate students to give back. “We are genuinely interested in helping students succeed in all areas of the college experience,” said Brian Bollinger, director of the Office of Community and Residential Development. “Community service is important to Friends University, not only in helping our students grow, but also in giving back to our communities and supporting the area we call home.” Volunteers helped prepare the annual

Students clear a brush pile during the community service day Aug. 23 at Camp Tawakoni in Augusta, Kan. volleyball pit and cleaned the grounds. Helping with food services is another

annual “Stuff the Bus” event in December, a bus is parked on campus, and people

area in which students and employees

are encouraged to fill the bus with items

Gingerbread Village which is sponsored

give back to the community. Volunteers

to be donated to the YMCA Women’s

by the Assistance League of Wichita and

prepared packets of food at the Kansas

Crisis Center and Catholic Charities

hosted at the Church of the Magdalen.

Food Bank to be distributed to community

Harbor House.

The Office of Community and Residential

schools. Campus Ministries volunteered

Spring break trips sponsored by

Development sponsored a community

at the Bread of Life Distribution Center’s

Campus Ministries and other campus

service day Aug. 23 at Camp Tawakoni in

Thanksgiving Giveaway.

organizations promote missions work as

Augusta, Kan., where 275 students and employees painted buildings, repaired the

Friends University also supports events that provide community service. At the

well as fellowship. Circle of Friends and Hospitals of Hope have benefited from the community service component of First Year Experience, a class designed to introduce freshmen and transfer students

Join the Conversation

to Friends University. Upcoming community service events include English Club and SIFE book drives, a Concert Choir concert

You are invited to the second annual “Great Conversation!” from 6:30-9 p.m. March 8, 2011, at the Wichita Scottish Rite, 332 E. First St. This event continues to showcase Friends University’s commitment to community collaboration while raising funds for the Presidential Scholarship fund. Participants will enjoy dinner and engage in conversation. Select your topthree conversation topic choices from the list of 30 during registration and be seated at a table of 10 with an expert on the topic serving as moderator. View topics, moderators and registration information at www.friends.edu/ great-conversation, or request a registration brochure from Nancy Hinten at 316-295-5820 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5820.

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for the residents at Prairie Homestead Retirement Community, and partnering with Kansas Corps to assist other Kansas communities. “We hope that each student will see that needs exist all around them, and a desire will grow in them to always be willing to take a little time to volunteer and serve their community, not only in college but as they enter the world after college and throughout their lives,” Bollinger said.


Technology Constantly Advancing Across Campus BY TATSUYA HIDANO, SENIOR Friends University has welcomed new and exciting changes

IRRIGATION SYSTEM controlled by AN iPAD

to technology across campus.

The landscaping staff now control the irrigation system across campus from an iPad. Previously, the system required two

New Features in Classrooms and Offices

staff members for operation, one on the lawn relaying control

The University purchased 223 new PCs this year to replace

messages to another at the control PC. Using the iPad, one

existing machines with expiring warranties. The Information

staff member can control the system, making adjustments at

Technology department is also upgrading PCs to the

their fingertips.

Windows 7 operating system. In addition, 21 new iMacs have been installed in the Mac computer lab in the Olive White

TESTING NEW INITIATIVES

Garvey Business and Technology Building.

The Athletics Department is currently testing streaming live

The Information Technology Department and Student

coverage of home games online at www.friendsathletics.com.

Government Association (SGA) have partnered to provide

Also the University is testing online enrollment services

wireless Internet access across the Wichita campus. SGA

for students, including registration, invoicing, bill-pay and

is committing $40,000 during the next five years to support

refunds.

this initiative that students feel is important and beneficial. Wireless access is currently available in the Business and Technology Building, Casado Campus Center and the Marriage and Family Therapy facility. Installation is scheduled to be completed in all buildings by the end of the spring 2011 semester. The University’s learning management system, Blackboard, has been replaced with Moodle. The new system is a similar

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yet more robust open-source alternative. Moodle offers many online communication features for students and teachers, including testing, discussion boards, grade posting and assignment posting. The Center for Online Learning and Academic Technology supplies faculty and staff with interactive technologies such as Clickers and SMART Boards. Clickers allow multiple participants to input responses to test or survey questions simultaneously. Results are then displayed instantly on the projector screen for immediate feedback. SMART Boards are interactive, touch-sensitive white boards allowing collaboration on a large screen when used with a projector. EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM The University is in the process of upgrading its emergency notification processes in order to be in compliance with federally mandated changes spurred by the 2007 shooting tragedy at Virginia Tech. By January, a new text messaging system will be implemented, allowing the University to inform students and employees of weather closings and campus emergencies.

The Friends University Alumni Office is excited to invite you to join the Singing Quakers as they travel to Canada May 10-17, 2011! This eight-day excursion includes flight and hotel accommodations as well as the opportunity to enjoy performances by the Singing Quakers. Stops along the motorcoach tour include Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ottawa and Québec City. Find out more at www.friends.edu/canadacompanion-tour.

Alumni Key: G’__ = Associate or Bachelor’s Degree Graduation Year; M’__ = Master’s Degree Graduation Year; FS’__ = Former Student, Last Year Attended

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new faculty continued from page 7

the leadership of all major membership organizations for teachers in K-12 and university educational theater.

Join us for 2011 Homecoming festivities Saturday, Oct. 1 Reunions will be celebrated for the classes of 1961 and 1986. Visit www.friends.edu/homecoming for more information.

Dr. Peters has directed more than

Sigma Delta Pi/Spanish Club sponsor Dr. Jerry Smartt, Spanish professor, and members Amy Lucas, Nicole Thompson and Nathan Nonhof walk in the 2010 Homecoming parade Oct. 2. Student and alumni parade entries celebrated the “Homecoming 2010 – Remember When” theme as they traveled down University Avenue from Martinson Street to Bonn Street, then along Kellogg Drive to the Garvey Practice Field.

50 productions, including “Hamlet,” “The Cherry Orchard,” “The Glass Menagerie” and “Our Town.” Dr. Peters lives in Andover, Kan., with wife Sandy, and sons James and Matthew. Friends University also welcomes Joan Gallagher, English composition instructor; Vicki Ronn, American literature instructor; and Lillian Martell, returning visiting lecturer in the Division of Religion and Humanities. Martell has served as an adjunct faculty member in the Division of Religion and Humanities since fall 2002 and the Crimson Chronicle advisor since spring 2004.

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY IS ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER Visit www.friends.edu and like our Facebook page, and join us on Twitter. You can also visit the news and publications section of our website for the latest news and updates.

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Wanda (Martin) Riggs, right, shows Jack Lousch a yearbook photo during the 1985 milestone class reunion Oct. 2. Approximately 100 alumni and guests attended class reunions for 1950, ’60, ’70, ’80, ’85, ’90 and ’00.

Kids of all ages enjoyed the Bubble Man’s giant bubbles at the Homecoming Block Party Oct. 2. Approximately 1,400 alumni, students, faculty, staff and community members enjoyed fairway games, food, bounce houses and more at the Block Party.


Photo by Drew Becker

halftime of the men’s basketball game versus Kansas Wesleyan University Feb. 12 in the Garvey Physical Education Center.

2011 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES Dr. Green will address the class of 2011 as the commencement keynote speaker. • Lenexa Education Center Ceremony, Doubletree Hotel, May 1 at 11 a.m. • Topeka Education Center Ceremony,

Friends University President Dr. Biff Green and wife Binnie receive a soccer jersey and signed ball from the 2010-11 men’s soccer team Oct. 20. The team honored the Greens’ 20 years of leadership service to Friends University.

Capitol Plaza Hotel and Convention Center, May 1 at 3:30 p.m. • Wichita Undergraduate Ceremony, INTRUST Bank Arena, May 7, time to be

Honoring Dr. and Mrs. Green

determined.

BY HANNAH PAULS, SOPHOMORE

INTRUST Bank Arena, May 7, time to be

President Dr. Biff Green and wife Binnie

• Wichita Graduate Ceremony,

Alumni and friends of the University

determined. Check www.friends.edu for event

are retiring at the end of the 2010-

are invited to join in celebrating the

11 academic year after 20 years of

Greens at the following events:

updates and additions.

2011 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

SHARE MEMORIES AND MESSAGES

leadership service to Friends University. The University community has expressed its appreciation for the Greens at many events this fall and will continue to do so during the spring.

The Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place during

Share your favorite memories or a retirement message for the Greens at www.friends.edu/green-messages.

FRIENDS STUDENT NEWS Dr. Russell Fox, associate professor of political science, and 12 students participated in the Midwest Model United Nations Conference in February in St. Louis, Mo. Zachary Baldridge, Jennifer Cooks, Michael Evenson, Jennifer Fiegel, Daniel Flynt, Aaron Gurley, Cole Hancock, Kathryn McWilliams, Whitney Mills, Douglas Murdoch, Alex Rodriguez and Brittney Roembach acted as delegates of Spain and Mali and debated resolutions within committees to advance their country’s best interests. In February 2011, Friends University’s delegation will be representing South Korea. Senior Michael Clifford, Zoo Science major, spent three months in South Africa during the summer working with wildlife reserves and zoos. He said his favorite experience was working with a game-capture company that traps either individual animals or large groups for genetic reasons. He also spent time at the Pretoria National Zoo, Cheetah Outreach and several other organizations,

where he learned how South African zoos are managed and shared his knowledge about animal enrichment and training. Friends University Campus Ministries took 34 students on a mission trip in August 2010 to inner-city Houston. This trip was previously during spring break, and the change allowed seven incoming freshman and transfer students to go. The group worked in areas including homeless shelters, tutoring services and other locations.

Senior Michael Clifford assisted with placing a radio-tracking collar on this sedated cheetah near Upington, South Africa. Collars allow reserve management to track cheetahs as they cross the reserve in search of food or mates.

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DOCUMENTING THE HISTORY OF STAINED GLASS

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BY ESTHER HOFFMAN, SENIOR Dr. Mary B. Shepard, art history adjunct faculty member, is conducting a study of the stained glass of St. Michael-le-Belfrey, a historical medieval church in York, England. “This was the last great stained glass project done in the city of York before the Reformation,” Dr. Shepard said. Dr. Shepard is working with Dr. Lisa Reilly, professor at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, to complete a book about the stained glass in the church. Friends University student Kevin Cockrell is helping Dr. Shepard produce conservation diagrams of each stained-glass window. “Just looking at it, you can tell what glass is original and what [was added] later,” Dr. Shepard said. The book will be produced by Corpus Vitrearum, a group of international scholars devoted to the study of stained glass. Dr. Shepard and Dr. Reilly will be the first Americans to work on a book for the British committee of Corpus Vitrearum. Dr. Shepard and Dr. Reilly studied the glass at St. Michaelle-Belfrey for the month of July 2010 and plan to go back next summer to work on the Great East Window above the altar. During their study, Dr. Shepard and Dr. Reilly spent many hours in local libraries, looking for accounts of how the stainedglass panels looked through the years. There are currently no records that pinpoint the initial installation of the glass, but through the study of watercolors and old photographs, Dr. Shepard thinks that none of the stained-glass panels are in their PHOTO BY GORDON PLUMB

original positions. Their medieval ordering gradually was lost because the glass was repaired many times in its history and

Fine Arts News COMPILED BY HANNAH PAULS, SOPHOMORE Students and faculty from the Jazz Department performed at the Larkspur Bistro in Wichita and the Hereford House restaurant in Andover, Kan., during the summer and fall. The Singing Quakers performed Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 “The Resurrection” Oct. 16-17 at Century II Performing Arts and Convention Center with members of the Bethel College Concert Choir and the Wichita Symphony Chorus. The group sang in conjunction with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and was conducted by the Symphony’s new music director, Daniel Hege. The Art Department hosted its sixth annual Show Me the Money portfolio day Oct. 8. Approximately 50 high school art students and their instructors visited Friends University to learn how to assemble an effective portfolio for college and university scholarship consideration. Attendees also heard from guest speaker Bob AleEbrahim, designer, illustrator, and art director; attended a panel discussion comprised of current Friends University students; enjoyed a free lunch and campus tours; and had the opportunity to have their portfolio critiqued by an art faculty member.

then was removed from the church windows during both World Wars to safeguard it from bombings.

This stained-glass depiction of St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child is displayed in St. Michael-le-Belfrey, a historic medieval church in York, England. Dr. Mary B. Shepard, art history adjunct faculty member, is collaborating on a book documenting the church’s stained glass.

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VOLLEYBALL EARNS NATIONAL APPEARANCE FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR BY RYAN TARLETSKY, SOPHOMORE, AND KATE BOSSERMAN The Friends University Falcons volleyball

The Falcons were 18-0 in conference

team battled against the Oklahoma City

play and swept through the conference

University Stars in the 2010 National

tournament without losing a single set in

Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

three games.

(NAIA) Volleyball National Championship Opening Round Nov 20. The Falcons entered the matchup with more wins at 32-8, compared to OCU’s 22-11. This was the second time this

“The ladies were firing all cannons and hammered every team,” Ayin said. “We knew we had to keep our caliber of play high in preparation for nationals.” They entered the opening round on

season that the teams faced off. During

a 23-game winning streak and with

the first matchup, the Falcons’ starting

home-court advantage. The Falcons took

outside hitter Courtney McCune was out

the first point of the first set. The lead

due to injury; and OCU won in just three

went back and forth, testing both teams

sets.

defensively and proving why both were in

“In last year’s opening-round appearance, we were out-matched,”

the national tournament. The Stars won the first set, 23-25.

said Martin Ayin, head volleyball coach.

The Stars dominated the second set,

“This year, we knew we had to dominate

never relinquishing the lead after the first

the KCAC (Kansas Collegiate Athletic

point. The Falcons rallied the score to 16-

Conference) tournament. We tried to win

19, but fell to a Stars victory of 19-25.

every game as smoothly as possible with the biggest point spread possible.”

The Falcons jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the third set with help from seniors Rexanne Schilowsky and Addie Jo

Photo by Joseph K. Myers

Petersen. But the Stars would not fade quietly and tied with the Falcons seven times during the set. The Falcons won 2725 on the kill by McCune. The lead in the fourth and final set volleyed, starting with a seven-point spread by OCU. The Falcons brought the game to within one point at 19-20. Ultimately, the Stars defeated the Falcons

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Athletics News BY SCOTT ROBINSON, SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR Junior Jordan Arnold set a personal record and University record posting a time of 17:48 for the 5,000-meter race at the Missouri Southern State University Stampede Sept. 18. This performance also earned her a top-10 season-to-date time in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Head Volleyball Coach Martin Ayin recorded his 100th win during the 2010 season. The milestone was achieved Oct. 7 against Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) opponent University of Saint Mary in three straight sets. In the first seven weeks of fall 2010 competition, several Falcon student-athletes received KCAC player of the week honors. Senior volleyball player Addie Jo Petersen won five KCAC setter-of-the-week awards. Other Falcons receiving KCAC honors include junior Jeran Trotter, junior Rexanne Schilowsky, senior Jessica Mullen, junior Karissa Cominator, junior Courtney McCune and junior Sarah Goldsmith.

21-25. “We have a lot to be proud of,” Ayin said. “Friends University’s volleyball team has only gone to nationals three times; the first was approximately 20 years ago.

Junior outside hitter Courtney McCune goes for a kill during the 2010 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Volleyball National Championship Opening Round Nov. 20. The Falcons were defeated by Oklahoma City University in a four-set match.

But this team has done it back-to-back in their college career.”

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Friends University Partners with City of Wichita to Lease Baseball Field and Stadium at West Side Athletic Field BY GISELE MCMINIMY Friends University has partnered with the City of Wichita to lease the baseball field and stadium at West Side Athletic Field, 571 N. McLean Blvd. The leased facility serves as the new home field for Falcon Baseball.

“We are excited about the partnership with the City

of Wichita regarding West Side Athletic Field,” said Joe Zimmerman, athletic director. “The ability to have a home field so close to our campus is of great benefit to our student athletes, fans and campus community. Working with Doug

Nicole Parent and Brenda Walden

off-site

LENEXA MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY ADDS STAFF BY SARA ORNELAS

Kupper and his staff at the Parks and Recreation department

From admission to internships, students of the Friends Universi-

continues to be a rewarding experience in community

ty Master of Family Therapy (MFT) program will notice that their

relations for Friends University.”

experience in the program will run even more smoothly thanks

Doug Kupper, director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Wichita, said the City has leased the facility to Friends

to two new staff members at the Lenexa Education Center. Brenda Walden has joined the MFT program as the

University for a nominal amount, but the agreement will save

community service coordinator, and Nicole Parent will be

the City $25,000 per year in maintenance costs.

assisting with admitting new students in the program.

“This is a great partnership that will make the community

Walden, who is a recent graduate of the MFT program in

stronger,” Kupper said. “Friends University has a facility for

Lenexa, will be assisting students as they seek internships – a

their baseball program closer to their campus, and we know

requirement of the program.

they take good care of maintaining and improving their facilities.”

“I enjoy helping graduate students and intern sites forge good working relationships,” she said.

Zimmerman said Friends University is reviewing ideas

“To that end, I spend time getting to know each of the MFT

and options to enhance the facility and build upon the work

students, placement site coordinators and the supervisors. My

already done by the City of Wichita. He also said signage at

favorite thing about this job is combining my passion for people

the field is being re-done to indicate the facility will be used

with my love for the MFT program.”

by Falcon Athletics.

Parent is not only an MFT staffer, but she is also a student.

The Wichita City Council unanimously approved the multi-

After earning her bachelor’s in psychology from Friends

year leasing agreement in December 2009 and Falcon Baseball

University, Parent said she felt called to do her graduate studies

played its first game at the new location Feb. 13.

at the University.

The West Side Athletic Field is located less than two miles from Friends University on property the City of Wichita acquired in 1940. Falcon Baseball previously competed at

Although Parent says she wears many hats in her position for MFT, she said she is primarily a recruiter for the program. “I start by setting up information nights and answering

Westurban Complex, 6900 W. 13th St. North, nearly six miles

prospective students’ questions,” she said. “I have continuing

from the campus.

conversations with applicants and find myself building relationships with them.” Parent said she finds even more motivation for her job from the people she works with. “Being in a new position at Friends University, I find myself surrounded by those who care and who want to see the program grow,” she said.

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friends annual FUND WE WANT TO VISIT WITH AS MANY OF YOU AS POSSIBLE.

Friends University Phonathon Continues to Grow! For the third year in a row, our very own students will be doing all of the calling during the Phonathon, with a goal of raising as much money as they can for the Friends Annual Fund. One major change this year is that calling will take place at two different times, once in the fall and again shortly after the first of the year. The reason for calling during both first and second semester is to give us more opportunities to reach as many of you as possible. During the first two years of our oncampus Phonathon, we have called for eight weeks in the winter and spring. Now we will be calling for six weeks in the fall and an additional six weeks beginning at the end of January, for a total of 12 weeks. This significantly increases our call time and will allow us to make thousands more calls than we have ever made before. Plus, by calling at two different times of year, we hope to give our callers a better opportunity of reaching people the second time around

that they were unable to reach during the first Phonathon. While we realize a fundraising phone call might not always be everyone’s favorite call to receive, we hope you understand that it is a necessary part of our annual-giving program. By bringing the Phonathon back to campus, we have guaranteed that the call you receive will be from a Friends University student. Just a few years ago, we would not have been able to say that. Having our students call is so much better than outsourcing our calls because it gives most of you something in common with the caller, and that is your association with the University. We encourage you to engage in a conversation if you speak with a student caller. Ask them questions about what is happening around campus. We give our students the flexibility to have a conversation with you, rather than instructing them to make as many calls as possible. Of course we hope you will make a pledge, but it is more important

By Aaron Winter, G’99/M’02, Director of Annual Fund

to us that you feel good about the call, whether you make a pledge or not. Thank you to everyone that has already given a gift this year and to those of you that made pledges during the fall Phonathon. We also thank all of you that received a phone call and politely declined to make a pledge. Our callers routinely tell us that some of their best calls may not even result in a pledge; they just really enjoyed visiting with the person. For those of you that have not yet received a call, we hope you enjoy speaking with the students and we thank you for your consideration!

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Financial Aid Department Awards $6.7 Million in Scholarships BY TATSUYA HIDANO, SENIOR The cost of college has long caused headaches for students and their parents. With the recession leaving a deep scar in the economy, tuition and fees can be even more painful. But the Friends University Financial Aid Department wants to help students find scholarships, grants and loans to help cover costs. “Students need to come and see us, and tell us what assistance they need,” said Brandon Pierce, director of Financial Aid. “And we will see where we can go from there.” Many financial support opportunities arise during each school year. Then the Financial Aid staff will send the information out to students via e-mail or by mail. As a result, 99.5 percent of eligible traditional undergraduate students in the College of Business, Arts, Sciences and Education (CBASE) receive some form of financial aid, and 92 percent receive institutional scholarships and/or grants, which average approximately $8,500 per student per year.

The Financial Aid staff: (front row) Brandon Pierce, Lynn Matsler, Craig Dassow, Arlene Thomsen and Tony Lubbers; (back row) Denise Lacy, Janice Spencer, Sue Kessler and Mary Gragg.

Friends University is awarding more than $6.7 million in scholarships for the 2010-11 academic year. The majority of

Representatives comb through their resources looking for

full-time CBASE students receive institutional scholarships: 86

scholarship programs, federal grants and other funds to fit

percent receive an academic scholarship; 45 percent receive

students’ needs.

an athletic scholarship; and 36 percent receive a fine arts scholarship. Academic and extra-curricular scholarships are

“We’ll do everything we can to find extra money for them,” Pierce said. “Most of the time we are able to help.” Incoming students will soon be able to use a financial aid

underwritten by donations. The financial aid application process begins with financial aid representatives evaluating students’ pre-application forms and assessing their financial situation. Because each student has

calculator on the University’s website to estimate how much financial support they may receive. The University will begin offering the $5,000 Hometown

different financial needs, special circumstances often arise when

Advantage Grant next fall to first-time freshmen (entering with

students meet with their representative to discuss and finalize

less than 15 credit hours) who have graduated from local high

their application.

schools. Family income restrictions apply, and students must meet GPA/ACT enrollment requirements. The grant is designed to assist local students in affording a private education, and

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID Craig Dassow Mary Gragg Sue Kessler Denise Lacy Tony Lubbers Lynn Matsler Brandon Pierce Janice Spencer Arlene Thomsen

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Pierce’s staff is excited to be able to offer additional financial assistance.


HEALTH CARE PROGRAM PARTNERS WITH NEWTON MEDICAL CENTER BY RACHEL KEELEY, SENIOR Beginning in early 2011, students in the

guest lecturers and consultants in the

program. It

Master of Health Care Leadership (MHCL)

classroom.

is rewarding

program will have the opportunity to

Dr. Harvey is confident in the

to see their

complete courses in a hospital setting

program’s ability to fill a need for medical

professional

thanks to a partnership between Friends

staff desiring additional training in the

and academic

University and the Newton Medical

business aspect of health care.

growth from

Center.

“Many people in health care enter

the time they

the profession with undergraduate

begin the

said Dr. Robert Harvey, MHCL program

degrees in specialization or clinical

program until

director. “I think the students will

areas,” Dr. Harvey said. “As they have an

the time they

benefit from a program at the hospital

opportunity to grow in their field, the lack

finish.”

because at least three of the adjunct

of formal education related to business,

instructors are Newton Medical Center

management and leadership acumen

has been teaching at Friends University

staff. The Medical Center will benefit

creates difficulties.”

for 12 years: nine years as an adjunct

“It should be a win for all participants,”

Dr. Robert Harvey

Dr. Harvey

MHCL is currently offered in Wichita,

instructor for the Master of Science in

program. Finally, it should benefit Friends

and at the Lenexa and Topeka education

Management program and three years

University in our effort to grow the

centers.

as MHCL program director. Dr. Harvey

from having employees go through this

program.”

“The favorite part of my position is

recently received the Wichita Business

watching students grow,” Dr. Harvey

Journal’s Health Care Educators Hero

Medical Center’s location is opportune

said. “I generally meet them in the first

award, which honors hard work and

for students. Their employees will

course, and then get to see them present

dedication in the health-care field.

also be given opportunities to be

their capstone projects at the end of the

Just north of Wichita, the Newton

off-site

Continuing Education Offered in Lenexa BY SARA ORNELAS Friends University’s Lenexa Education Center is offering year-

objective at hand,” Dey said. “Then, we open the floor to our

round support, education and certification for educators two

teachers in attendance and modify the input for use in design-

credits at a time.

ing new lesson plans to treat classroom issues in academics

Courses are available for kindergarten through 12th grade educators in topics that range from behavioral management to computer literacy.

and behavior.” Spring 2011 offerings are posted at www.friends.edu/academics/teacher-education-workshops.

Award-winning education consultant Denny Dey has taken

“We are offering six behavior management courses dealing

the lead in developing the curriculum. Dey has created a pleth-

with ultimately every level of management in the school build-

ora of workshops to align with the philosophy that educators

ing,” Dey said.

are key to student achievement, said Marci Shearon, director of graduate workshops.  Lenexa-based courses and evaluations are consistently high at every classroom level.  “We gather the research and attach what other teachers

Dey encourages teachers to enroll in the workshops to enrich their professional skills. “Teachers love these courses and the treatment they receive from our amazing support staff in the offices of Graduate School Workshops and the Registrar,” he said.

across the country are using in their classrooms to the lesson

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New Learning Formats Reach Beyond Campus BY SARA ORNELAS

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Friends University offers bachelor degree completion and graduate degree programs across the state of Kansas. Find out which programs are available in your area: 316-295-5300 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5300; learn@friends.edu; or www.friends.edu/request-information.

But the Falcon experience will not be contained to a building, a campus, the state of Kansas or even the United States. With new learning formats, outreach programs and specialty educational opportunities, Friends University has proved that its spirit knows no bounds. EDUCATION CENTERS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMS

For more than 112 years, students have found an academic home inside the welcoming halls of Friends University’s Davis Administration Building. As well, they’ve stepped outside the historic building’s doors and ventured to the lushly landscaped campus and into the University’s dozens of other structures to learn and grow.

In 1989, Friends University extended its breadth across the state of Kansas to education centers in the Kansas City and Topeka areas. Additionally, partnerships with colleges in outlying communities – including Garden City, Coffeyville, Dodge City and Liberal, to name a few – allow students to embrace the Friends University experience throughout Kansas. “We have been serving students in the Kansas City metropolitan area since 1989,” said Lisa Swaney, director of the Lenexa Education Center. “Currently, we have a wide variety of undergraduate programs to help working adults succeed in the fields of organizational leadership, business management, accounting and computer information systems. In addition, we have specialized graduate programs in business administration, healthcare leadership, business law, and marriage and family therapy. “The Lenexa Education Center is unique in the Northeast region of the state because of our distinguished marriage and family therapy faculty who have been recognized by state professional associations for their dedication to the field. Moreover, the Friends University center in Lenexa is home to a Center on Family Living which offers affordable therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families in the Kansas City area.” Students in Topeka have had similar experiences. “Friends University has been offering students in Topeka the opportunity to further their education in a broad range of fields since 1993,” said Hilary Peguero, director of the Topeka Education Center. “Topeka-area residents can enroll as a freshman in the Program for Adult College Education (PACE), choose from several different bachelor programs and complete a master’s degree – all at the Topeka Education Center.” Friends University also offers additional opportunities for students planning to transfer from all Kansas community colleges, including credit transfer agreements, financial aid and scholarships.

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“Administration is currently working with Hesston College to create a transfer scholarship,” said Erin Haneberg, executive director of undergraduate admissions. “This scholarship will benefit Hesston College graduates seeking to complete a bachelor’s degree at Friends University.” This partnership will allow Hesston College students a smooth transition from their associate degree program directly into their major course of study at Friends University because they will receive advising from both institutions. In addition, Hesston College and Friends University share many values, and both have a strong academic reputation. ONLINE LEARNING

In addition to brick-and-mortar classroom settings, Friends University offers educational opportunities to global learners with fully online degree programs. The University began offering online programs last spring. The Master of Business Administration, Master of Management Information Systems, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management and Leadership have been successful. New programs scheduled for this spring include the Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management, Master of Health Care Leadership, and PACE Associate of General Business and Associate of General Studies degrees. Online programs offer the same high standards as the University’s classroom settings, but busy adult students work on lessons from the comfort of their home computers. Programs are available “anywhere, anytime,” said Dr. Jay Johnson, MBA program director. “The time is right for Friends University to offer online education to its diverse population of students,” said Dr. Mark Sanborn, director of the Center for Online Learning and Academic Technology. “We now have the ability to reach out to students and create active learning communities irrespective of place and time.” Dr. Johnson said the online opportunities let students participate in course activities within the cohort at their own pace, but this format for learning might not be for everyone. “While it’s hard to replace that classroom interaction, the majority of meaningful learning comes from what students do for themselves,” Dr. Johnson said. “Good online programs have served many students well.” PRAIRIE BAND POTAWATOMI NATION

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citizens the opportunity to earn a degree in their community. Beginning in spring 2011, Friends University will hold classes at the PBPN’s Government Center on the reservation in Mayetta, Kan. – 30 miles from Topeka. Students will be able to choose from 13- to 24-month degree-completion and graduate programs, including the Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management, Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management and Leadership, and Master of Business Administration. “This educational partnership is a natural extension of the University’s outreach development,” said Dorothy Karnowski, program representative. Students will be able to attend classes at the tribal government center in the same format as every other Friends University student. PBNP students will benefit from the exact curriculum content, schedule and format that Friends University students across the state receive, including an online writing center, academic advising and tutoring. Beyond the programs offered on the reservation, students can take advantage of online degree programs, as well as other courses offered at the Friends University Topeka Education Center. The online degree programs present a wonderful opportunity for other tribal nations to create their own virtual classrooms to benefit their tribal members as well. Whether they have the facilities for classrooms or not, tribes across the country can bring their tribal members together in an online cohort, or group, and work together as if in a traditional classroom setting. Friends University will work with interested tribes to build their virtual program to best benefit their needs. According to the agreement between the PBNB and Friends University, the University will provide a traditional education program package on-site, which includes student recruitment, financial aid assistance, course instructors and curriculum, book delivery, and other items needed to complete the courses. The PBPN will in turn provide classroom space in the government center with updated audio/visual equipment and other resources to support the endeavor. Class sizes are small to allow for quality interaction among instructors, students and their peers. “The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation is investing in its tribal members to become informed, educated leaders of the future and Friends University is proud to have been chosen to be a part of this opportunity,” said Jeanette Hanson, executive director of adult recruitment. “The Friends University mission is to provide academic excellence to a diverse community of lifelong learners, and to be able to develop this partnership to support Native American students is an honor.”


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F r i e n d s u n iv e r s i t y D o n o r R e p o r t

from the

from the

P r e si de n t

VIC E Pres i dent

Throughout my presidency at Friends University, I have felt blessed to lead an organization whose alumni, donors, faculty and staff are passionate about providing an independent, Christian education for our students. We have enjoyed the support of many people and organizations that recognize the importance of producing students who contribute to society’s greater good. We know that an independent university education is likely to produce students who are: • more likely to work full-time for or contribute financially to not-for-profits; • more involved in community service and volunteer activities; and • more likely to believe their college experience instilled a deeper sense of values and ethics. Our institution’s concern for others is grounded in our early days as a Quaker university, and our alumni, donors, faculty and staff understand that producing future citizens who can help improve our society is becoming increasingly important. In these recent tough economic times, your support has made it possible for students to continue to afford an independent college education and to go out into the world and make a positive difference. Thank you for giving generously of your money, time and talents to support our students during the past year and the past 20 years Binnie and I have been here. Your support of our mission and purpose has been a blessing to Friends University and to us personally.

No one should be surprised to learn that Friends University’s tuition has increased significantly during the past 30 years. But what about scholarships? How much would you assume they have increased? Earlier this fall we hosted two scholarship luncheons on our campus. We have been hosting these luncheons for more than 20 years as a way for scholarship donors and their scholarship students to meet each other. Donors find out how their donations are helping their students achieve an education, and students see firsthand the importance of helping future generations achieve their educational goals. Since the late 1970s, the tuition at Friends University has increased by six times to almost $20,000 for traditional undergraduate students. However, our scholarship support has increased by more than 20 times during the same period. This is an amazing testament to the commitment and power of our donors’ support! This Donor Report recognizes everyone who made contributions of support during the 2009-10 year. Whether you established a life-changing scholarship, made a gift to the President’s Club, pledged to the annual Phonathon, or contributed your time and energy as a volunteer, your participation and generosity mean a lot to us and our students. Thank you for your support!

Hervey W. Wright III Vice President of University Relations

Dr. Biff Green President, Friends University

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Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

Mr. Eldon Alexander Mr. Jason D. Boles Mrs. Marilyn Brown Mr. C. Bruce Burnett Mrs. Pam Chambers Mr. David Depew Mrs. Ardith Dunn Mr. Richard Fitzgerald Dr. Biff Green Mr. Duane Hansen Dr. Kevin Hoppock Dr. Denis Knight Dr. John Lewis Mr. Kelly Linnens Dr. Cliffton Loesch Mr. Rodney Pitts Mr. Edwin Roberts Mr. Richard Rucker Mr. Michael Shockley Mr. John Weber Mr. Phil Whiteman Mr. Michael Wilson

Mr. Eldon Alexander Mr. Craig Bay Mr. Jason D. Boles Mrs. Marilyn Brown Mr. C. Bruce Burnett Mrs. Pam Chambers Mr. David Depew Mrs. Ardith Dunn Mr. Richard Fitzgerald Dr. Biff Green Mr. Duane Hansen Dr. Kevin Hoppock Dr. Denis Knight Dr. John Lewis Mr. Kelly Linnens Dr. Cliffton Loesch Mr. Rodney Pitts Mr. Edwin Roberts Mr. Richard Rucker Mr. Michael Shockley Dr. Rebecca Twietmeyer Mr. John Weber Mr. Michael Wilson

Trustees Emeritus Mr. Paul Brown Mr. Carl W. Sebits

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Friends University Donor Report 2010 is published by the Friends University Communications Office, 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213. It is published for the alumni, donors and friends of Friends University. In spite of extensive efforts to avoid errors and omissions in this year’s donor report, mistakes can occur. If your name was omitted, listed incorrectly or misspelled, please notify us of the error. Gifts received after June 30, 2010, will be included in next year’s Donor Report.

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Organizations, Trusts & Foundations

Friends University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding this policy: EEOC/ Title IX coordinator, Friends University, 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213, 316-295-5000. Friends University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association, telephone 1-312-263-0456, www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org.

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F r i e n d s u n iv e r s i t y D o n o r R e p o r t

H ERITA GE SO C I ETY

PRESI DENT ’S CLU B

Members of the Heritage Society help perpetuate the legacy of Friends University by ensuring future generations will have the opportunity to learn. For more information on how you can become a member of the Heritage Society, call 316-295-5820 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5820.

The President’s Club is comprised of individuals, corporations and foundations whose contributions help underwrite the most prestigious scholarships at Friends University — the Presidential Scholarships. For more information on how you can become a member of the President’s Club, call 316-295-5815 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5815.

Mrs. Leona B. Aebischer Dr. Kenneth L. Andrew Mrs. Erma Angevine Mr. and Mrs. Philip Atkinson Dr. and Mrs. Colin Bailey Mrs. Jean Lambert Barker Mrs. Paula McAntire Bates Mr. & Mrs. Craig Alan Bay Mrs. Mona M. Berry Mr. & Mrs. E. Paul Boles Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brehm Dr. & Mrs. Norman Bridges* Dr. & Mrs. R. Leroy Brightup Mr. Paul Brown* Mr. & Mrs. C. Bruce Burnett Mr. & Mrs. C. Sheldon Carpenter Mr. Kenneth L. Clark Mr. Roy Clevenger Dr. John G. Conyers Mr. Horace E. Coon Mrs. Virginia L. Cox Mr. David D. Cranmer Dr. & Mrs. Ernest W. Crow Mrs. Juanita Dewey Mrs. Rosemary Distifan Miss E. Frances Eastwood Mr. & Mrs. Randall J. Ellis Mrs. Kenneth Fell Mr. and Mrs. Sy Fischer Mrs. Twila Flowers Mr. & Mrs. Lee Gatton Mr. Kenneth E. Gooden Mr. & Mrs. Gary G. Greer Mr. & Mrs. Roy Haden Mr. Charles E. Hansen Mr. Duane M. Hansen Mr. & Mrs. Harlan Hinshaw Dr. & Mrs. Marvin D. Hinten Ms. Marjorie Hyer Mr. Bruce Jewett Lt. Col. James H. Jones*

Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Klocke Mrs. Maxine Lamb Mrs. Marcia Lamkins Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Langenwalter Mrs. James Lansdowne Mr. David P. Larkin Mrs. Carolyn F. Leach Ms. Hazel Lister* Mrs. Paul D. Mahan Mrs. M. Faye McCoy Mrs. Eugene W. McDonald* Ms. Elizabeth Miller Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Minter Mrs. Marjorie Morgan Mrs. Elsie A. Page-Reed* Ms. Josephine Pankratz* Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Pavlish Mr. James R. Perkins Ms. R. Kathryn Potter* Mr. Larry Rhodes Mrs. Pat Risley Ms. Beverly A. Roberts* Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Roberts Mrs. Lorraine Rosser Mr. Howard E. Rowlee Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rucker Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rutherford Mr. Hollis Schindler* Mrs. Merle Schnelle Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. Sebits Dr. & Mrs. McClure L. Smith Dr. Marjorie Stone Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Turner Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Vincent Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Wheeler Mr. & Mrs. Phil Whiteman Mr. & Mrs. Hervey W. Wright III *Deceased

E. Paul & Patsy Boles Boyer Educational Trust Dr. Leroy & Eva Brightup Gary & Marilyn Brown Paul R. Brown* Voyle Chance Dr. Valentina Chappell Charitable Foundation Inc. Roy Clevenger Kara Cox Dr. James F. Crow David & Debbie Depew Kenton & Ardith Dunn Randy & Karla Doerksen Gwendolyn Fell James Garvey Family Charitable Trust Jean Garvey Olive White Garvey Trust Drs. Rick & Dona Gibson Robert & Rosalie Goebel Dr. Dale & Jeanette Goodrich Ed & Nancy Graf Wm. L. Graham Charitable Trust Dr. Biff & Binnie Green Duane Hansen Dr. Marvin & Nancy Hinten Dr. Kevin & Lori Hoppock Heidi Hoskinson Charles & Rebah Hubbard Cynthia Jacobson Jennifer Jay Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation Dr. Marvis Lary Jeffrey Scott & Jackie Lembke Dr. John M. Lewis Dr. Dan & Cindy Lord Kevin Lyerla

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Mike & Dr. Dixie Madden M. Faye McCoy John & Dorothy McKay Eric & Susan Metz Paul & Angie Moore Victor Murdock Foundation Naftzger Fund for Fine Arts JoLynn Oakman Drs. Dennis & Carole Obermeyer Clifford J. Osborn Pam Pennington James Perkins Brandon Pierce Rodney & Mary Pat Pitts Larry Rhodes Dick & Teresa Rucker Dr. Al & Sherry Saber Carl Sebits Dixie Sebits Patrick & Janeen Sehl Mike & June Shockley Dave & Kathy Slemp Lewis & Darla Snyder Betty Spingler Rex & Joyce Thompson Warren & Betty Townsend Joan Tregellas Harriett Van Bebber Velma Wallace John & Judy Weber Dr. David & Linda Weber Phil & Vi Whiteman Kelley Williams Hervey & Marilyn Wright Dr. Bill & Dorothy Wunder Dr. John & MaDonna Yoder Joe & Denise Zimmerman * Deceased


July 1, 2009 — June 30, 2010

Schol ars hip Lis t Donations make attending Friends University a reality for numerous students. The students listed here received financial assistance for the 2010-11 academic year thanks to the respectively named scholarship. For more information on how you can establish a scholarship, call 316-295-5815 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5815. Lois Abercrombie Scholarship

Lacy Adams Anne-Marie Hanna Alethian Memorial Scholarship

Amelia Brown Leslie Edwards Lauren Machain JaTonna Whisler Joseph Everett Alexander Scholarship

Roberta Austin Jaclyn Cage Warren Camplin Tiffany Gabel Kyle Gallegos Mackenzie Jackson Amy Martinez Daniel Sack Rexanne Schilowsky Chris Tice Mary Tobin Ruth Gaynor Aley Memorial Scholarship

Leah Harris Alumni Association Scholarship

Caitlin Burk Abigael Burns Jennifer Decker Joshua Funk Andrew Kiker Daniel Moran Andrew Moser Jessica Mullen Emily Teel Nicole Thompson Melissa Velazquez Andrew Watkins

Harold & Pearl Hinshaw Anderson Memorial Scholarship

Aaron Alumbaugh Daniel Camacho Sarah Carter James Jacobs Arielle Scheer Daniel Toledo Aprentis Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation

Blake Barber Isaac Burnett Abigael Burns Katherine Dorsey Kylee Frazell Kalika Jaeckel Jinwon Kim Benjamin Luton Tyler Michael Kimberly Ward Kara Yuza Ruth Ford Archer Musical Scholarship

Zachary Bailor Harold V. & Helen T. Avery Memorial Scholarship

Maria Nightingale Elizabeth R. Back Scholarship for Singing Quakers

Evan Strong Allison Wall Irene Vickers Baker Award for Outstanding Service to Friends University Dramatic Arts

Callan Bideau

Irene Vickers Baker Award for Theatre

Erin Keel Margaret Bales Memorial Music Scholarship

Danielle Scott Percival & Mary Barrington Memorial Scholarship

Ross Brittain Cara Russell Barton Sisters (Jonnie June, Janice & Judy) Endowed Music Scholarship

Jessica Wilkins Baughman Foundation Endowed Scholarship

Lindsey Alexander Taylor Doan Kirt Nichols Michael Scott Nathaniel Williams Heber & Eloine M. Beardmore Memorial Scholarship

Dane Alexander Marley Amerin Brittany Bales Brian Beyer Mary Rose Biltz Amanda Chambers Rachel Cutler Victoria Gonzales Linley Griffin Josephine Hamilton Sara Hayden Laura Kotsch Makenzie Nelson Kimberly Noller Ashley Reimer Danielle Schweizer Rachel Sherman Leticia Smith Cherie Sullivan Glenn Swindler Aaron Teel La-Quentin Thomas Charles Thompson Tami Usher Molly Wiebe Daniel Willingham Amber Willis Johnathan Willis Hilary Wolfe

Olive Ann Beech Memorial Scholarship

Michael Hyde Gail Martin William M. & Eleanor Kemp Beeson Memorial Scholarship

Michael Batts Andrew Moser Matthew Tannehill W. E. & Beulah Benbow Memorial Scholarship

Lexi Garcia Steven Garcia Mackenzie Jackson Cory Schmidt William T. & Meryl V. Billingsley Scholarship

Alisha Cannon Ashley Niblett Sam & Rie Bloomfield Endowed Scholarship

Jason Whitmore Lucile E. Bodenhamer Endowed Scholarship

Jay Cargile Matthew Ditzler Kaitlyn Gilmartin Lindsey Koland Amanda Pickett Blake Wilson Ernest P. Boles Endowed Scholarship

Matthew Buesch Stephen Buesch Molly Loesch Parker Loesch Laverne Hiatt Bowers & Clayton Bowers Memorial Scholarship

Mark Cathey Chester E. & J. Ruth Dillon Coulter Bowles Endowed Scholarship

Scott Rose

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F r i e n d s u n iv e r s i t y D o n o r R e p o r t

Chester E. & Mildred M. Bowles Endowed Scholarship

Charles W. Brown Revolving Fund Scholarship

James & Catherine Buck Charitable Trust Scholarship

Melba Cornwell Budge Piano Scholarship

Corey Adams Whitney Bishop Jay Cargile Keshun Carr Devin Catt Alex Engelland Felicia Gallegos Shylesha Hernandez Heather House Sean Jantz Lindsey Koland Courtney Kruger Ciara Lawson Mattiemae Milligan Kelcie ODell Ashli Teel Chris Tice Brek Train Kristin Wakeland

Hunter Hageman

Ryan Alvarado Sarah Bauer James Bristow Keyona Burden Meaghan Burr Micah Chermak Jerrica Croxson Rachel Damiris Chelsea Darling Kara Farney Daniel Fowler Rachel Hansen Bradly Harting Hannah Hutchison Carrie Kahn Paige Logsdon Matthew Mackey Brittany Maloney Adam May Angela Mitchell Colton Rausch Ashley Standley Whitney Sullivan Elisabeth Wagner Andrew Watkins Abbygail Wells

La-Quentin Thomas

Boyer Educational Trust Scholarship

Tina Clausen Leah Harris Bailey Jacobs Hannah Shuck Cole Warner

Floyd & Lettie Brown Scholarship

Haley Alloway Kelly Mutina Joe W. & Hazel Brown Memorial Scholarship

Nathella Bridgforth Alexa Chau Taryn Schroeder Darius Warner F. Lucile Brunner Endowed Music Scholarship

Robert Bloomquist Allison Coleman Kendra Gill Angela Haug James McAdams Maria Nightingale Amber Willis Johnathan Willis

Patsy Crego Burdine Memorial Scholarship

Rebecca Griffin Amelia Lepping Aaron Teel Burlington Northern Railway Scholarship

Colby Bridges Maria Farinola Amber Teske Kayla Vosburg Noble Cain Memorial Scholarship

Bryan Foreman Dr. Laiten L. Camien & Verna Nye Camien Scholarship

Christina Hubl Eleanore Johnson

PHOTO BY KURT PRIEBE

Boyle/Ward Memorial Scholarship

Garrett Casey Margaret Matthews Bradley Memorial Scholarship

Linley Griffin Lance & Effie Brady Scholarship

Kevin Johnson Robert L. Brigden Endowed Scholarship

Taylor Stevens Walton Herbert Brockman & Edith Louisa Patton Brockman Endowed Scholarship

Noelle Lewis Paul Rattanathongsay Thuy Vu Kassie Welch Annabeth Pollock Brown Scholarship

Vangie Rodriguez The Friends University Drama Department presented “Noises Off ” Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, 2009, in Alumni Auditorium.

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July 1, 2009 — June 30, 2010

Luis & Vera Casado Scholarship

Brett Baxter Richard Bertoldo Rachel Butts Jay Cargile Brady Coffman Jason Eaglin Shellie Hadley Michael Hyde Drew Johnson Reinhard Lugalia Kevin Middlemist Joyce Montgomery Jesse Schellenberg Brett Steven William Weeks Pauline & Miguel Casado Endowed Scholarship

Matthew Buesch Aaron Fowler Molly Loesch Parker Loesch Un Dae Chang Memorial Scholarship

Tyler Michael Verna Moore Clawson Memorial Scholarship

Jesse Bourque Taylor Osterman Glenn Swindler Coleman Charitable Trust Endowed Scholarship

Cory Cockrell Brian O’Neal Caleb Vrbas Clarence Coleman Endowed Scholarship

Kendall Ens

Phyllis L. Conley Endowed Business Scholarship

Delta Rho Alpha Nu Alumni Scholarship

Molly Loesch

Megan Ast John Bridges Terry Cobb David Davenport Hayden Davis Taylor Doll Ryan Ferguson Kyle Ferris Timothy Hull Sean Jantz Emily Ledwich David Martin Blake Moss Brian O’Neal Arielle Scheer Derrick Simmonds Nicole Summervill Camron Walter Kassie Welch Minta Whetstone Alexia Wright

Delta Theta Chi Sorority, Kansas Beta Chapter Scholarship

Bethany Cooke Thelma L. Dewell Endowed Scholarship

Charlotte Brickman Michael Clifford Taylor Doll Misty Hoopes Christian Trotter Dillon H. & Emma Dillon Scholarship

Nycole Owen George & Emma Dillon Endowed Scholarship

Kyle Gallegos Ashley Lane Ruth H. Dillon Scholarship

Cole Warner

Harold C. & Ann R. Cope Endowed Scholarship

Margaret Ann Dixon Scholarship

Hannah Pauls Roman Rodriguez

Nicole Thompson

Dorothy H. Craven Endowed Scholarship

Henry Edward Elder III Endowed Scholarship

Brock Booker

Nathanael Hills

Meredith & Mable Cromer Memorial Scholarship

Evelyn Clark Elliott Memorial Scholarship

Aaron Alumbaugh Austin Collins

Sarah Goldsmith Jacob Simmons

John A. Cron Memorial Scholarship

Paul V. Elliott Endowed Scholarship

Amber Willis

Amy Christensen

H. Ernest Crow Endowed Scholarship

Eva M. Ellis Endowed Scholarship

Ashley Green Kayla Loper

Haley Alloway Nicole Summervill

Davis-Moore Education Current Scholarship

Henry C. & Melissa Fellow Memorial Scholarship

Esther Hoffman Ashley Mills Milton H. Day Memorial Scholarship

Thomas Bland Derrick Simmonds

Taylor Alderson Flora L. & Mary Fry Memorial Scholarship

Kenneth Shockley Christina Winchester

Edith Garlock Memorial Scholarship

Lindsey Davis Andrew Kiker Olive White Garvey Presidential Scholarship

Robert Bloomquist Amelia Brown Cory Cockrell Rachel Fultz Heather House Emily Ledwich Lynne Mcquery Rachel Renken Megan Shepherd Nicole Thompson Anita George Singing Quaker Endowed Fund

Anthony Fiorillo Christopher Loucks Megan Price Rachael Vann Anita George Singing Quaker Fund

Christie Kidd Paige Logsdon Elisabeth Wagner Floy T. George & Rachel B. Winkler Endowed Scholarship

Lacy Adams Mabel F. Gillespie Scholarship

Aram Alexander Caitlin Kozak Jeremy Schrag Robert & Rosalie Goebel Endowed Scholarship

Jessica Brandt Erika Choriego Brandon Gamache Shelly Hines Paul H. & Garnette M. Good Memorial Scholarship

Maria Farinola Michael Scott Eva L. Gordon Endowed Scholarship

Jenna Engels Nicole Summervill

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F r i e n d s u n iv e r s i t y D o n o r R e p o r t

O. S. & Jackie Gossard Endowed Scholarship

Megan Ast Seth Belt Matthew Ditzler Zachary Glover Kelsey Harp Emily Ledwich Jessica Mullen Courtney Pitts Derrick Simmonds Blake Wilson George W. & Mary J. Gould Memorial Scholarship

Jaclyn Cage Michael Johnson Roman Rodriguez Marjorie Lois Graham Fine Arts Scholarship

Jesse Bourque Joshua Davis Sara Hayden Logan Herd James McAdams Lynne Mcquery Stacy Russell Rachel Sherman Erin Tombaugh Angela Truman William L. Graham Charitable Trust Scholarships

Valerie Atkinson Allison Bradley Travis Buller Ashley Burdick Warren Camplin Devin Catt Tina Clausen Hilary Crow Joshua Davis Michael Deberry Andrea Dimmen Taylor Doll Gwendolyn Duerksen Lindsay Dunham Sarah Finder Tiffany Gabel Veronica Greene Angela Haug Katherine Haug Logan Herd Shylesha Hernandez Nikole Hollingshead Joshua Hugo Timothy Hull

Michael Hyde Angela Johnson Paul Kirkpatrick Kyle Leapline Kaitlyn Lepping Parker Loesch Kayla Loper Megan McCabe Sean McKinney Maria Miller Andrew Moser Seth Oldham Christopher Parker Ryan Peak Jaé Denise Percell Anthony Porter Jacquelyn Ragan Tyler Ray Chrystal Reeves Chloe Riegle Gina Rokey Kristy Sanchez Arielle Scheer

S. A. Hann Endowed Scholarship

Dr. & Mrs. Edwin M. Gusenius Memorial Scholarship

Cara Russell

Kevin Johnson Hartshorn Scholarship

Christopher Steen Cheyenne Stephens Guy W. & Versa R. Harvey & Thelda Harvey Delamarter Scholarship

Lindsey Alexander Homer & Easter Havens Memorial Scholarship

Michael Hull Mary Hadley Memorial Scholarship

Jennifer Decker Virginia R. & W. Mike Hahner Endowed Scholarship

Eli Applegate Jordan Arnold Mikyla Atkinson Warren Camplin Chad Francisco Brett Goerzen Jessica Johnson Katie Jones Noelle Lewis Chris Ohls Zachary Stein Samantha Weeks Eugene C. & Althea W. Haines Endowed Scholarship Fund

Kayla Litton Kathryn O’Reilly

Howes Scholarship Fund

Matthew Wint Fred & Alta Hoyt Memorial Scholarship

Zachary Bailor Earl R. Hutton Memorial Scholarship

Constance Brown Carlton Chesky

Ron Heller Fishin’ With Friends Endowed Scholarship

Colonel James J. Jabara Memorial Scholarship

Taylor Doll Daniel Sack

Ashley Mills

Ray E. Hibbs Memorial Scholarship

Gurney Hadley Memorial Scholarship

Aaron Fowler

Kristin Wakeland

Dr. Charles Henning Memorial Scholarship

Megan Shepherd

Alice C. Houston Memorial Scholarship

Kelsey Aylor Travis Buller Cassandra Cieslak Bryan Golemon Hannah Holden Heather Magby Lela Hile Memorial Scholarship

J. David & Helen Y. Jackson Memorial Scholarship

Hilary Crow Evalyn B. Joachim Endowed Scholarship

Blake Gordon Harold & Aldine Johnson Family Scholarship

Joshua Davis Philemon & Mary Newlin Jones Memorial Scholarship

Valerie Atkinson

Whitney Mills

Kirk L. Hinshaw Endowed Music Scholarship

Margaret Joy Memorial Piano Scholarship

Brian Beyer Helen Hoehn Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship

Holly Pilcher Darius Warner Dr. Janet L. Holloway Scholarship

Aimee Shrout Frank O. Hoover Endowed Scholarship

Matthew Wint V. Richard Hoover Instrumental Music Scholarship

Liann Meyer Molly Wiebe

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Matthew Drummond Maria Nightingale Howard & Gertrude Kershner Memorial Scholarship

Anthony Fiorillo George G. & Lucille V. Kessler Memorial Scholarship

Lindsay Hoveskeland Kyle Nelson Daniel Overholt


July 1, 2009 — June 30, 2010

Fay & Viola M. Kimes Memorial Scholarship

Amanda Atkins Rachel Butts Brent Hobson Heather Magby Victoria Sessions Elizabeth Tegeler Klaassen Memorial Scholarship

Linley Griffin Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation Endowed Scholarship

Courtney Pitts Randall Lagasse Memorial Scholarship

Courtney McCune Angie Landers Memorial Scholarship

Paul Teran Ashley Zehr Martha Nevling Langlois Memorial Scholarship

Megan Viner Forrest C. Lattner Foundation Scholarship

Abraham Cline Colton Heinrich Jonathan Kennedy William Hosea & Hazel D. Leach Memorial Scholarship

Nicole Thompson Arthur R. & Ada M. Leapley Memorial Scholarship

Megan McCabe Ashley Personey Virginia Valdes Listrom Singing Quaker Endowed Scholarship

Angel Dill Gerald E. Litherland Endowed Scholarship

Ruth Patterson Illinois K. & Hazel Esther Rhoades Lygrisse Educational Endowed Scholarship

Eleanore Johnson

Kenneth M. Lyon Scholarship

Mary B., Bertha B., & Anna D. McCracken Memorial Scholarship

Trent Butler Eric McCart Megan Shepherd Tiffany Wolf

Andrew Patton Morris D. & Helen McCready Memorial Scholarship

Elaine Maack Memorial Scholarship

Hayden Davis

Esther Hoffman Michael Hull

Alva L. & Bird N. McDaniel Memorial Scholarship

Evalena Macy Memorial Scholarship

Samantha Hutson Mable H. McKee Memorial Scholarship

Kalika Jaeckel M. Duane Marler Memorial Scholarship

Donna Mally Chandra Slates

Andrew Moser

Edward Grover Meisel & Ethel T. Meisel Memorial Scholarship

Marlin Endowed Scholarship

Shayn Guillemette JaTonna Whisler Jacob McKenzie Steven Wilson

Shelly Hines Angela Loganbill Sara McVay Michael Scott Tanner Stevens Evan Strong

James O. & Gussie M. Mason Endowed Scholarship

Margaret M. Metheny Memorial Scholarship

Marlin Trust Fund Scholarship

Megan Hudson

Ian Conner Laura Kotsch

Mildred E. McCaslin & Margaret Evans Scholarship

MichenerNeifert Memorial Scholarship

Allison Bradley Ashley Burdick Jaqueline Case Garrett Casey Abraham Cline Kevin Cockrell Karissa Cominator Ashley Green Veronica Greene Sharmin Jackson Rachel Keeley Rachel Kinsey Amanda Klammer Heather Magby Lisa Nguyen Steven Wilson Ryan Wooldridge Corey Wynn

Jenevieve Clark Lewis M. & Selma M. Miller Scholarship

Mary Rose Biltz Kyle Gallegos Tatsuya Hidano Anna Kirwan Kyle Leapline Mary Mingenback Memorial Scholarship

Victor Murdock Foundation Scholarship in Music

Aaron Fowler Nathan Johnson Katherine Menke Jill Snyder Lee Southwell Naftzger II Music Scholarship

Kimberly Noller Mary Hamilton Neary Memorial Scholarship

Aaron Pauls Harold H. Newby Endowed Scholarship

James Bauer Lindsay Dunham Lauren Dunn Peter Gassie Victoria Sessions Abbygail Wells Larry Newby Memorial Scholarship

Caleb Cook Erin Cooper Jillian Landwehr Herman Newman Memorial Scholarship

Linda Aggson Dana Evans Star Little Marissa Peters Taylor Stevens F. E. “Ted” & M. Helen Nolan Memorial Scholarship

Amy Bauer Lindsay Geddes Kevin Johnson Oil Secretaries Association Endowed Scholarship

Marley Amerin

Shannon Milch Nicole Summervill

Elmer C. & Dorothea Moore Memorial Scholarship

J. Lee Ormsbee Memorial Scholarship

Kaitlyn Lepping

Harvey H. & Faye Bertholf McCoy Endowed Scholarship

Seth Belt Gina Rokey

Christopher Parker

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Clifford J. Osborn Endowed Scholarship

Cory Cockrell Caleb Cook Taylor Hoppock Emily Ledwich Nick Spizawka

D. Aldean & Marilyn Davis Pitts Scholarship

Cecil J. Riney Singing Quaker Endowed Scholarship

Carl & Dixie Sebits Jazz/Ballet Endowed Scholarship

Andrew Loucks

Brock Booker Allison Coleman Kelsi Cooper Anthony Fiorillo Kendra Gill Christie Kidd Donna Mally Ryan Peak Tyler Ray Megan Taylor Megan Viner Johnathan Willis Zachary Wood

Kristina Adams Seth Binford Bethany Cooke Andrea Dimmen Riki Eto Sarah Finder Ryan Frier William Henderson Tatsuya Hidano Dezuan Hill Nathanael Hills Anna Kirwan Kyle Leapline Parker Loesch Benjamin Luton Brandy Menninga Sophia Meyers Taylor Osterman Clayton Seals Sarah Stoffels Jason Whitmore Gretchen Wiswell

Pitts Family Endowed Scholarship

Whitney Mills

Lee & Virginia Osborne Memorial Scholarship

Fowler B. Poling M.D. Memorial Scholarship

Brandy Menninga

Tatyana Crist贸bal

Bob & Marge Page Endowed Scholarship

Gail Layne Preston Memorial Scholarship

Erin Cooper Ruth M. Pagett Memorial Scholarship

Emily Kirby Megan Shepherd

Casey Schweninger Sophia Pribbenow Memorial Scholarship

Robbins Family Scholarship

Jacob Theis

Anthony Fiorillo

Anthony Bennett Micah Hollingsworth Marissa Peters Chloe Riegle

Dorothy Paynter Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Isabel Rankin Memorial Scholarship

Frances Christian Roberts Family Scholarship

Kelsi Cooper Kendra Gill Kayla Litton

Dr. Roy Ray Endowed Scholarship

Paul Parsons Endowed Scholarship

Elsie & Helene Pelzel Academic Scholarship

Benjamin Hamilton Cassandra Huth Dr. Katherine Pennington Endowed Scholarship

Veronica Davis Pepsi-Cola Company Athletic Scholarship

Ashley Robbins Ray & Frances Perkins Memorial Scholarship

Michael Hyde Cody Rausch Evelyn Phinney Make a Difference Scholarship

Linda Aggson Dana Evans Nikole Hollingshead Tiffany McMahon Orvil & Dorothy Pierce Endowed Scholarship

Ethel Roberts Endowed Scholarship

Logan Herd

Sean Allison

Rachel Matthew William E. & Wanda Root Memorial Scholarship

Vivian Cordes

Steven Harcus

Mark C. Reed Endowed Scholarship Fund in Zoo Science

John A. & Ethel Israel Ross Memorial Scholarship

Sara Augsburger Braden Aylesworth Jakoe Barnes Michael Clifford Lindsey Davis Cara Houde Emily Plaza Jacquelyn Ragan Shannon Vasiliauskas Krystal Villasenor Sara Warlick

Isaac Burnett Rucker Family Endowed Scholarship

Jacob DeMott Brianna Garrison Mike & Lucille Schoonover Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Lindsey Alexander Benjamin Hamilton Dustin Lamb Brandon Stucky

Etta F. Riffel Memorial Scholarship

Henry Schweiter Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Cherie Sullivan Stanley C. & Virda B. Riggs Memorial Scholarship

Amanda Atkins

Justin Wolfe Cecil & Verna Riney Fine Arts Scholarship

Henry V. Scott Memorial Scholarship

Gwendolyn Duerksen

Donna Mally

Rachel Matthew Rebecca Simmons

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G. Marjorie Seevers Endowed Scholarship

Zachary Glover Harold Sharpe Memorial Scholarship

Keley Porter Ralph A. & Ina M. Shenk Singing Quaker Scholarship

Logan Herd Helen E. Sitton Memorial Scholarship

Matthew Buesch Aaron Fowler Molly Loesch Parker Loesch J. R. & Gertrude Smith Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Scott Henderson Taylor Hoppock Taylor Johnson Molly Loesch Jessica Mullen Daniel Toledo


July 1, 2009 — June 30, 2010

Irma I. Smith Endowed Scholarship

Ross Brittain Leslie Edwards Sarah Finder Anthony Fiorillo Kelsey Porter Matthew Tannehill Ashley Zehr Judith Smith Music Scholarship

Mike F. & Betty L. Taylor Memorial Scholarship

Watseka Friends Church Scholarship

Jo Ann Winchester Endowed Scholarship

Alyssa Cox Amanda Fleetwood Megan Hudson Emily Kirby Ellen Mitchell

Isaac Burnett Katherine Dorsey

Kory Alexander Nathaniel Williams

Dr. David Weber Endowed Vocal Music Scholarship

Ruth Wolf Memorial Scholarship

Portia Terry Endowed Scholarship

James McAdams

Angela Loganbill Evan Strong

Vera Culbertson Smith Endowed Scholarship

Donald Edward Thomas Memorial Scholarship

Perrine Vignatelli

Ashli Teel

Floyd & Norma Souders Endowed Scholarship

Lowell & Josephine Thornburg Scholarship

Holly Pilcher

Camille Miake

Beatrice M. Spaeny Memorial Scholarship

Julie Thorp Endowed Scholarship

Johnathan Willis Wesley J. & Elizabeth Beeman Stansbury & Dr. John W. Beeman Memorial Scholarship

Misty Hoopes Lisa Poe

Ian Conner Shayn Guillemette Casey Thomas Thursday Afternoon Music Club Endowed Instrumental Scholarship

Seth Binford

Star Lumber and Supply Co., Inc. Scholarship

Thursday Afternoon Music Club Ines Pratt Jamison Endowed Voice Scholarship

Jeffrey Neumann

Allison Coleman

Hazel G. Stitt Memorial Scholarship

Thursday Afternoon Music Club Cecil & Verna Riney/Doris Van de Car Endowed Scholarship

Angela Haug Virginia R. Stone Memorial Piano Scholarship

Rachel Bowers Rachel Matthew Ashley Reimer Pauline Swinson Endowed Scholarship

John Cranmer Everette R. & Marjorie Johnson Taylor Memorial Scholarship

Emily Kirby Kelli Woodward

Angela Loganbill TOPEKA PACE SCHOLARSHIP

Michelle Arnold TBA TBA UPS Scholarship

Ashley Bale Lorielle Slates C. Howard WalkerCivitan Endowed Scholarship

Jennifer Fiegel John H. Walker Memorial Scholarship

Tyler Ray Dr. Louis R. Weber Endowed Scholarship

Kassie Rogers Amber Teske Forrest White Memorial Scholarship

Jestina Ball Paul H. & Ruby White Memorial Scholarship

Chase Billings Zachary Wood

Aaron Fowler Sarah Wesley Charles E. Woodard Alpha Kappa Tau Alumni Scholarship Award

Taylor Hoppock John C. Wright Memorial Scholarship

Kyle Ferris Abigail Zimmerman Eva Ruth Young Current Scholarship

Jordan Mullen

Robert W. & Helen Barrington Whiteley Music Scholarship

Paul & Nettie Younger Memorial Scholarship

Kevin Johnson Cole Warner

Damian Berry

Wichita Press Women, Inc. Scholarship

Breanne Selves K. T. Wiedemann Foundation Scholarship

Valerie Atkinson Jessica Brown John Burba Melissa Crossman Stephanie Curtis Angel Dill Maria Farinola Alyssa Gallow Jean Gentry Star Little Camille Miake Blake Moss Aaron Pauls Cory Schmidt Nicholas Seiwert Rochelle Stroh Amber Teske Myles Varns Kassie Welch

David & Artaruth Zink Endowed Scholarship for Music

Riki Eto Stacy Russell Macy Stambaugh Jessica Wilkins Mary M. Zongker Scholarship

Deon Johnson Jeremy Lyne Nathan Nonhof Jaclyne Slater

Sade E. Wilson Scholarship

Andrew Denton

Melissa Menard

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F r i e n d s u n iv e r s i t y D o n o r R e p o r t

G ARV EY P RESIDENTI A L SC HOL ARS The competitive Garvey Presidential Scholarship awards $10,000 per year to select incoming freshmen. The selection process requires an ACT score of 29 or higher, a written essay and interview with the selection committee. Recipients for the 2010-11 academic year are: Robert Bloomquist Amelia Brown Cory Cockrell Rachel Fultz Heather House

Emily Ledwich Lynne Mcquery Rachel Renken Megan Shepherd Nicole Thompson

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P RES IDENTI AL SC HOL ARS Students listed below applied, interviewed and accepted the Presidential Scholarship, which is renewable dependent upon maintaining a specific grade point average. Recipients for the 2010-11 academic year are listed below. For more information on how a student can apply for a Presidential Scholarship, call 316-295-5100 or 1-800-577-2233. Presidential Scholars

Renea Abdallah Casey Adams Corey Adams Lindsey Alexander David Alley Haley Alloway Matthew Alumbaugh Melissa Anderson Valerie Atkinson Alexander Badders Zachary Bailor Jestina Ball Lynn Barnes Amy Bauer Seth Belt Brian Beyer Callan Bideau

Rachel Bowers Allison Bradley Jessica Brandt Jessica Brown Ashley Burdick Isaac Burnett Zachary Byrne Brent Calhoun Sarah Carter Erika Choriego Michael Clifford Connie Collins Caleb Cook Bethany Cooke James Cooper Vivian Cordes Lindsey Davis Veronica Davis Jennifer Decker

Jacob DeMott Andrew Denton Angel Dill Michael Dohm Matthew Drummond Lindsay Dunham Kara Farney Brandon Gamache Zachary Glover Brett Goerzen Ashley Green Shayn Guillemette Aaron Gurley Michael Gurley Kelsey Harp Lucas Headley Colton Heinrich Scott Henderson Paige Henry Shelly Hines Taylor Hoppock Cassandra Huth Mackenzie Jackson Jesse Jerde Katie Jones Anna Ketchum Anna Kirwan Kathryn Kopper Caitlin Kozak Ashley Lane Noelle Lewis Star Little Sarah Loehr Molly Loesch Angela Loganbill Kayla Loper Christopher Loucks Donna Mally Maclin Martin Amy Martinez Rachel Matthew Megan McCabe Eric McCart Jessica McElroy Brandy Menninga Demi Metcalf Camille Miake

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Mike Hyde goes for a layup during the Feb. 11, 2010, home basketball game versus Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference opponent Bethel College. The Falcons defeated the Threshers 65-51.

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Ms. Lucretia Stetler Mr. John F. Stevens Mrs. Marni Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Stewart Ms. Karen J. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Stewart Mrs. Zay Stewart Mr. Richard E. Stinnett Mrs. Dawn C. Stock Mrs. Mary Lou Yaggy Stockdale Mr. James R. Stone Dr. Marjorie Stone Mr. & Mrs. Tom Stranghoner Ms. Colleen M. Strouse Mr. & Mrs. John W. Struthers Ms. Reta M. Stuart Mrs. Beverly J. Stubbs Mrs. Jean Stucky Mrs. Shirley K. Stueven Mr. & Mrs. Douglas D. Stukey Mrs. Thelma M. Stukey Mrs. Sally Sturges Mr. Kenneth E. Stutzman Jr. Mrs. Milisa G. Suckow Ms. Cherie L. Sullivan Ms. Jennifer J. Summerow Ms. Hazel A. Supri Mrs. Sheelu M. Surender Ms. Linda F. Sutton Mrs. Patricia Sutton Mr. Rodney H. Sutton Mrs. Effie A. Swain Ms. Lisa Swaney Mr. Stuart Sweeney Mr. Marvin E. Swim Mr. Ronald D. Swopes Mr. M. Mike Takashima Mr. Tony W. Tamson Ms. Beth Tappan Mr. Gary L. Taton Barbara Childs Tatum Mrs. Elizabeth J. Taylor Mr. & Mrs. R. Patrick Taylor Mrs. Judy A. Tector Mr. Ethan J. Temple Mr. & Mrs. David Terhune Ms. Viola Teubner Mr. & Mrs. Bob D. Thompson Ms. Debbie A. Thompson Mrs. Diane M. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Rex L. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Willard B. Thompson Brian & Kristyn Thor Mrs. Dyan M. Thornton Dr. Matt A. Throckmorton Mrs. Deann J. Tiede

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ALUMN I GIVI NG Many alumni associations require a membership fee, but financial and volunteer support enables alumni services to be offered without charging annual dues. To learn more about volunteering, call 316-295-5900 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5900. 1930

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Janet Denton Hinther Lucille Schoonover

Avis M. Dick Mary Freeman Mahoney Jean Moore Meenen Phyllis Row Dixie Wallace Sebits

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Earl Bowlby 1932

Ethel M. Bowlby

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Robert D. Cowan Ernest W. Crow Mary Dehler Haas Ruby Walker Pike

Faye Bertholf McCoy

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Dorothy Elder Allen Gerald W. Pike Mary Anna Pinnick Estil Louis Schale Marvin E. Swim Ellene Smith Tompkins

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Clifton S. Billings

C IRCLE of F R IENDS DONORS The following alumni and friends of the University have assisted in paving the path from yesterday to tomorrow through the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza. The brick plaza holds a wealth of memories for donors and is a special addition to the beautiful campus. Tax-deductible contributions benefit the Legacy Scholarship Fund. Alumni contributing to the 2010 milestone class reunion bricks (1950, ’60, ’70, ’80, ’85, ’90 and ’00) are listed in Class Notes. For more information on how you can purchase a brick, call 316-295-5815 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5815. Mr. Daniel T. Gassman Ms. LeAnn Hansen Mrs. Kathleen R. Hilyard Dr. Marvis Lary

Dr. Warren B. Roby Mr. Zack R. Simmons Ms. Joan L. Tregellas Dr. Christian R. Twamley

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Diantha Hornbeck Pearmain E. Helen Duckworth Wells 1937

James Franklin Crow Donald K. Enoch Harriette Branch Jenkins Elizabeth Murphy 1938

Maxine Lash Millsap Elizabeth Black Moore Virginia Lewis Sauer Eleanore Rittenoure Whitehill 1939

Mike J. Baba Albert J. Ewert Walt S. Gick Beulah McClellan Graber Annette Rathburn Jay Helen Hamilton Woodard A. Ellsworth Young 1940

O. Aileen Anderson Jean Lambert Barker Louise Ritchey Biggs Doris Teubner Byron Mildred Ritchey Castle Luelma Park Ditto Helen Gross Hoisington Cornelius P. Lohrenz Patricia Neal Marquardt Sheila McGinnis Phillips

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Juanita Devore Dewey Louanne Myers Luehrmann Harry Reed Mary Lou Yaggy Stockdale Matt A. Throckmorton Ruth Paulin Viets 1945

Ruby Elsey Berg Robert J. Holder Shirley Richardson Leslie Vernon D. Maxted Velma Nelson Morz Mary Belle Mardock Pearson Lewis Andrew Smith 1946

Mona Harvey Berry Sarah Blackwood Hickman Wilbur Amos Lincoln Clareca May Davis Maxted Wilma Brazill McLean Maryruth Nutt Mildred Stauffer Patterson Maribel Poundstone Opal Devore Wheeler

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Graduates celebrating Friends University’s Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony May 8, 2010, at Hartman Arena decorate their mortarboards. 1947

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Elsie Sata Baukol Iola Powell Cadwallader Nana Tomita Davis Kate Charles Flory Anita Wheeler George Charles Wayne Hampton L. Lois Marler Earl Edmond Minor June Kuechenmeister Moore Harold Lynus Olmstead Doris Stogsdill Scott Marjorie Stone M. Mike Takashima

Keith Bray Robert A. Davis Frances Foster Dewilde Rosemary Middleton Distifan Floyd R. Dunlap Eloyse Morgan Frazee Harris Gutmacher Ramona Pearson Hampton John J. Havens Rebah Cross Hubbard Doris Kerr Jolley Marjorie Brightup Morgan Alice Caler Piper Nedra Andree Smith Pat Snap Sutton Inez Newman Underwood George W. Wattenbarger

1948

Betty Pehde Bockelman Floyd N. Brown Mary Baker Brown Mary Ann Walser Curry Albert L. Dilley Janeva K. Grist Walter Grist Jewell Fritz Henrichs Paul Leroy Hickman Annabelle Bowers Hinshaw Beth Wagner Hinshaw Veryl Donald Hinshaw Patricia Head Hinton Robert James Price Irma Ready Shelley Donald Swift Vincent

1950

Bernard M. Atherton Carol Burt Baker Joycina Day Baker Merle L. Bender Carl L. Boschult Thelma Dunfield Bray Maxine Harris Brooks Velma A. Butler Ella Klassen Deines John R. Fleming Mary Vivian Newby Fleming Frank M. Frazee Curtis Huitt Arleta Hinshaw Humbolt

Leland A. King James Edward McAfee Howard D. Nellis Wayne E. Newlin Ernest L. Smith Zay West Stewart John W. Struthers Patty Parks Tieszen Constance Davis Williams 1951

Charles W. Amick Cecil M. Brown Randall Brown Major Cribbs Herbert C. Dyck Billy Fairbanks Olen Ross Gowens Joyce Hadley Grimm Ardeth Wagner Hawthorne Charles W. Hubbard George Hutchens Bonnie McDaniel Jarvis Martin E. Johnson Darlene Joanne Lytle Clyde E. Miller Frances Dickinson Owen Bill T. Ridgeway Warren F. Riner Howard E. Rowlee Roberta Beals Ruebel Janet Wheeler Lyle Wheeler

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Larry G. Chaney Helen Irene Elleman Harold W. French Ralph L. Funk Shirley McClard Gale K. Stanley Gale Virginia Bayha Ireland Ruth Griffith Kabler Don I. Mardock Reta Stuart Beverly J. Stubbs Uthona Lou Day Tole Hubert J. Wiebe Paul Esty Woodard 1953

Marjorie Glines Brown Ann Catherine Burger Gail Greenup Cobb William R. Crow Shirley Ann Cummings Mildred Rush Dick Ethel Joy Lobitt Fairbanks Elsie Mae Fisher Marjorie Koonce Harmon Hal Hawkins Donald D. Heacock Joan Carey House Maurice W. Jeffery John R. Lemmons Bonnie Day Marshall David McCutcheon Benny A. Mevey


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Mildred Cook Powell Cecil J. Riney Lola Lindamood Struthers Wyquita Kearns Winton 1954

Donald Arnold E. Paul Boles Joseph A. Boyd Ernest Clark Don A. Fredericks Steve L. Harmon Eva Jean Hays Neil S. Hays Leah Lou Hogan Jones Earlene Anderson Mevey G. Richard Powell William E Rathbun LaVerne Dewees Rosenberger Dorothy Houston Schrag Herbert Van Gieson 1955

Mary Jane Appel Raymond L. Appel John N. Carr Wanda June Casey Irlene Ruby Gore Nolan Ray Gore Chuck E. Hadley Ivars Henins Galen Hinshaw Wilma Newman Hunt Alberta Cook Jordan Fred W. Lewis JoAnne Blair Martin Miriam Klingman Moore Earl J. Reeves Virginia Pitts Stands Patricia Bayer Watt Phil S. Whiteman Ben Harvey Zickefoose 1956

Carol Blocker Bibler Karen Eileen Blake Earline Reay Bogan Charles C. Canfield Nelda Pickett Coleman Lorraine West Hopkins Earlene Kennedy Jeffery Olive Dayhuff Kee Shirley Barnhart Keith Kenneth L. Martin Bill Means Priscilla Stutzman Nichols Barbara Crowder Nicholson Lloyd L. Ott

Ronald L. Reynolds Joyce Long Thompson Lois Hawthorne Walcott Florence Peterson Walter Carolyn Ann Wolf 1957

W. Bruce Bales Patsy Rucker Boles Bud Brixey Dorothy Metz Brixey Connie B. Brown Shirley Parry Buerki Pauline Binford Busby Max Chambers James I. Clogston Marlene McClure Henins Bob G. Hull David Kellum James H. Laflin Robert C. Lamb Claude M. Lynch Donna Garrett Merriman Ernest W. Miller Donald Dean Mueller Daryl Keith Pitts Gloria Van Winkle Pitts Verlene Arnett Rasmussen Gene Stands Kenneth A. Waegener Patricia Lee Warner Wayne Warner Eunice Ellis Welch Ferril C. Williamson Noble L. Wolf Bill Yandell 1958

Richard Duane Baker Leroy L. Brightup Elaine Graber Brown Mildred Chandler Chailland Barbara Clark Chambers Linda Critz Coffey E. Quay Cox Dareld E. DeSelms Gene Eugene Gourley Judith Blevins Harmon Albert Henins Mae Walkemeyer Kellum Eunice McNichols Kinser Merl Kinser Darrell K. Merriman William E. Miller Dale L. Noel Ralph R. Owens J. M. Pitts

Mickey Swartz Price Neva Quillin Norma Markum Redick Maurice Roberts Leona Fern Rush William Henry Simmons Dean Stands Hazel Pond Supri Effie Phillips Swain Barbara Childs Tatum Donna Pennick Vausbinder Ruth M. White Devon H. Wiens Walter Young 1959

Treva Williamson Affentranger Bruce Blake David Dalke Joan Lankford Edwards Cleo Wilson Ernst Sharon Potts Gilges Tony Godding Neil Ross Harmon Jack Mahan Keith Mardock Ruth Shelton Matsuo Mildred McKnight Maxwell Doreen M. Miller John W. Paulin Elaine Woodward Penn Jim A. Penn James O. Redick Dorothy M. Sandquist Mary Green Shults Mary Dee McMillan Smith Ann Smiley Vernon Barbara Jenkins Walker Glen Alpheus Warner Wayne L. White Barbara J. Yandell Robert L. Young 1960

Jeannine Lygrisse Bryan Bud E. Coon Elda Ann Thornburg Cox Frank L. Dorsey Evelyn Carman Ellis Walter Duane Ellis Lloyd V. Folger Lawrence J. Foth Carl Gordon Eugene B. Graves Wayne L. Howdeshell Wilma Ittner Howe Sharon Holt Kupfersmith

Dick R. Long Evelyn Davison Lowe Mary Hornecker Lyon Thomas E. McCurry Howard R. Moore Gerald C. Neece Barbara Kliewer Nikkel Jean Stovall Noel Charmaine Loerger Paulin Marion Talley Renner Peggy Dorrell Roberts Lloyd Robinson McClure L. Smith Edward Sooter Carolyn Edwards Stands Gary L. Taton Phyllis Pitts Williamson 1961

Ruth Walker Achelpohl Norval L. Alliston Jane Martie Anderson John C. Atherton Paul L. Casey Bill C. Chastain Georgianna Albright Cloud Hazel Matzen Dalbom Frank W. Darland Nancy Jackson Dorsey Orpha Burnham Eyres Barbara Blunt Graves Homer G. Green Tom L. Holland Sandra Ritter Howdeshell Wayne Kenyon Rosemary Hickerson Kinser Warren Lawrence Lorna Kellum Long Dianne Lee Lygrisse Dorothy Casado McKay John W. McKay Frankie Winters Meister Janice Barton Menzie Gladys Newkirk Norman Catherine Adams Parker George Potts Mike C. Rowe Loerna Koch Simpson Milton G. Sites Karen Schuh Staley James Patrick Townson Marcia Carter Waugh Janet Lindstrom Willis Mignon Huff Wirt

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1962

Sheldon F. Cox Dolores Ann Darland Ron D. Eyres Roberta Baker Foth Feryl Giesen Herbert Jeffery Rosetta Stands Jeffery Robert L. Lane David L. Norman Leora Harner Osborn Phyllis Kay Pitts Pat Schrader Robinson Harry D. Schmidt Jean Hartzler Stucky Bill D. Warner 1963

Del J. Allen Arline Six Bensch Diana Dick Cubbage Robert D. Giesen Gerald L. Gribble Charles V. Hardesty Ross E. Hearn Rowena Humphrey Hinshaw Floyd L. Jordan Gloria Gordon Lefmann Linda Pribbenow Marsh Cecil B. McGaugh Herbert A Mendenhall Ron D. Pitts Rebecca Shugart Potter Robert L. Powell Donald Ratzlaff Jim W. Ratzlaff Beverly Ann Roberts Joan French Tracy Rosetta Slaven Troyer Sandra Stauffer Tweet Linda Murphy Voss Barbara Pearce Warner Bill A. Wells Connie Kuhns White Milton Willis 1964

George H. Adams Jerry D. Bogle Anoree Bruner Bowlsby Myrna Washington Buckley Marilyn Koester Davis Paul L. Donham Sharon Rickard Kroupa Karen Chisholm Liby Glenn L. Lygrisse

Oletta Zehr Miller Wayne Moore Saundra Redinger Powell Harriet E. Ratzlaff Doris Sander Stranghoner Tom Stranghoner Vi Bloomenshine Teubner Warren C. Townsend Richard L. Walker Lorel R. Watts Kathleen Coyne Winters 1965

Joab Barbosa Pamela Brown Barnhart R. Ben Bennett Stephen R. Buxton Doris Jean Conyers Glen E. Conyers Janet Rozella Corzatt Samuel G. Eberly Marlin Ray Frederick Mildred Thompson Good Nelda Edwards Goodwin Richard R. Jacoby Dean O. Mason Sharon Dee Montonye Donald J. Moore Marilyn Hill Morlan Carol Breech Ott Barbara Brannon Rush Carol Jay Scott Norma Pope Staker William L. Stephens 1966

Kenneth Bishop Patricia McKean Bishop Mary McEntire Blankinship Rebecca J. Bunton Bruce Campbell Darlene Mercer Campbell Olive Garton Conrad Carol Roberts Hiscocks Jeanette Dill Hoy Shirley L. Kenyon Gail Wellmon Nagley Connie Green Profaizer Patricia Garver Rank Sheila Parker Ratzlaff Carol Amey Riegel Harold R. Rush Ruth Barbosa Schweitzer Larry Tweet Melva Sullivan Wulf Jennifer Cook Yates

1967

Lewis G. Campbell Tom G. DeLong Nancy Whitaker Demott Steve Groninga Jan Peters Hadley William A. Hayes Henry G. Jinnette Lloyd F. Liby Sharon Jones Massion Judith Taylor McNelly Ann Marie Parker Murray Linda Koleczek Nicks Linda Brown Smith Max L. Smith Judy Moyer Stark Michael H. Wilson 1968

George L. Adams Sherrie Lindstrom Andersen Bill H. AufderHeyde Carole Finley AufderHeyde David Barbosa Robert Alan Boewe Karen Seyfert DeGrazio Richard Ebel Mary Lou Riner Falconbridge Donna M. Green Janet Forcum Groninga Greg Lassey David Louis Mendenhall Hugh Nicks Robert N. Warren Roger D. Yates Noel E. Zahn 1969

Coeta Weidner Barbosa Karyl Lupton Barbosa Kay Thompson Beauchesne Tim Wayne Bennett Fred D. Boles Doris Elleman Bonham Richard L. Busby Jim Lee Day Mina Hawthorne Duncan Priscilla Rankin Ebel Gladys Strohm Groves Eldon Harzman Sharon Fankhouser Harzman Cheryl Cramer Pinson Marilyn Hurst Simon Donald W. Smith Marie Hawthorne Smith Judy Broadstreet Stauffer Eddie R. Stegall Paula Brown Stephens

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Bob D. Thompson George P. Viegelmann Wayne E. Whitcomb 1970

Billy Breckenridge Sarah L. Buxton Craig W. Chastain Susan Armstrong Clowe Linda Ohnemiller Davis Richard Earl Davis Rick W. Fitzgerald Craig Hamlin David H. Herring Luanne Hummell Hildebrandt Robert P. Holmes John E. Jacobs Robert L. Johnson Hope Clark Just Alan Kent Lindal Annette Moreland Lindal Fred McMillen Marsha Mitchell Meyersick Herbert L. Mulvaney Gary E. Proffitt Kenneth A. Rathbun Dick D. Rucker Sondra Wilson Russell Elizabeth Pickard Smith Paul W. Smith Carol Porter Starr Richard Stauffer Marsha Stenholm Glenn Q. Stephens Patti Drake Wayman Paulette Grate Woellhof Sally Wolinsky Jerry D. Yeary 1971

James B. Adams Laura Macy Cline Arnetia Clay Curtis Bob Dalbom Sherri Finley Dalbom J. Wayne Dilts Ruth Johnson Farmer Joyce Young Foley Janet Jackson Grieve Sandra K. Hysom Joy Hawthorne Kirk Keith R. Kirk Marilyn J. McMillen Phil Nagley Gary J. Ohls Vonda White Palmer Vonda Berry Pickett Verna Kirkhart Riney


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Kay Silkey Janet Clark Smith John F. Stevens Elwyn L. Tucker Orville Gene Wright Leon J. Zoglman 1972

James S. Barcus Stephen S. Barcus Mark L. Bigelow Kim E. Clowe Gary W. Duncan Alice Hunt Duwe Wesley Duwe James W. Garvey Dona Viets Gibson Wally Gorrell Linda Dirks Grafton Pamela Wolf Haight Duane M. Hansen Donna Delamarter Harris Norman W. Hein Christopher J. Jefferson Rod J. Lee Anita Piper Massie Kay McNeil John F. Mies Duane R. Moss Mike Moyer Judith Brewer Roberts Jolene Campbell Rooney Robert Patrick Taylor Rick Erik Tjaden Tom T. Whitney David Elton Wolfe Fredric D. Wolinsky Marty Ellington Wright 1973

Roger F. Brown C. Bruce Burnett Larry Steven Chance John Edward Clark Teresa Dorpinghaus Miriam Graham Giese Charlene Gilbert Gorrell Peggy Sue Gregory Roger Gregory Edward P. Hamilton Ron Wayne Holt Holly C. Hulburt Carl K. Kendrick Susan Edwards Kendrick Carol Fraley Love Patsy Nick McCune Debbie Sullard Shogren

Mike Ray Shogren Mary Lou Taylor Sue Terry Towns 1974

Lisa Heinemann Becker Steve E. Borchers Rebecca L. Brenn Betsy Spratt Broker Jeanine Jacoby Brown Eldon W. Cox Gick Fleming Laura Arnett Fricker Glen E. Glidewell Richard J. Granger Gregory Alan Harris Perry F. Harris Ulene McCarty Havens Leatha Rutherford Hein Ann Talcott Holmes Veda Brown Journagan Julie K. Kincaid DaVonna Oakman Kraybill Anne Lassey Cheryl Jager Lee Linda Sue McFall Shelley Brooks McKinney Debbie Tatum Moyer M. Eileen Pettengill Michael Pottorf Nancy Jean Prieb James Leroy Roberts Stephen Stelljes Sally Sturges James M. Voegeli Jean Johnson Wikle Rita Halsig Wright 1975

Karen Brown Askerooth Susan Bressie Brown Sam Burnett George W. Coleman Janet Clift Decker Durward W. Garrett Rocky G. Gregory Jace W. Hyder Patricia Gregory Jensen Connie Taylor Kathler Carl Mease Lynette McKinney Mease Deborah Marshall Vaughn John R. Wine Joseph D. Wray

1976

1978

Peggy Strole Baldwin Larry A. Becker Cindy Schmucker Blasdel Stephen D. Blasdel Sheryl Shockley Bohannan Steven Alan Brown Ronald L. Capps Harold D. Clay Dorothe Thompson Czaja Garry E. Debrot Cheryl Debrot Erwin Richard B. Ferguson Teresa Tippin Ferguson Debbie Ott Fleming Pamla K. Hoadley Rhonda Holt Clint V. Howard Sue Hunt David E. Loger Chris M. Martin Paulette Robben May Janie Winchester Mettee Janis Spurrier Pauly Gayle Baird Pottorf Lynn Rice Dale L. Roberts Sheryl Owens Seward Joyce James Simon Janie Delamarter Stelljes Glenda Kane VanSant

Terry Kamerman Alexander Vicki L. Flattery Suzanne Gruenbacher Denis D. Knight Gary Dean Lewis JoLynn Oakman Tim Rae Pauly Vicki Hain Poorman David E. Riffel Tom Carl Rishel Crystal Glazier Rowell Harry N. Schenk Iris Pugh Shoepner Kathy Singer Nolan L. Singer David C. Sloan Douglas Dean Stukey Terry D. Tucker Paul R. Winchester Marilyn Gale Wine

1977

Eldon A. Alexander Debra West Allison Rodney K. Duke Chris L. Flattery Sarah Boles Foreman Deanna Hulse Garringer Randy F. Hughes Wayne Alan Jalenak Kevin L. Journagan Chris D. Kettler Debra Scogin McNay Eric B. Metz Linda Lamb Rishel Gary D. Shaffer Patricia Park Winchester Jim Wine Sue Steele Wine

1979

Amy Linder Beninato Kathy Flippo Brown Teresa Stukey Cline Michael D. Coupe Debbi Johnson Davis Laurie Peterson Flaharty Arnold Freeman Laura A. Hayden Vicki Carter Hoelting Laura Hutton Hogg John William Hull Karen Lee Huntley Cliff R. Loesch Karen Binford Loesch David Lee McBeth Donna McBeth Harris Carlton McGuire Dana Dunsworth Nance Karen Sue Roberts Renae Schmucker Ryan Cindy Seyfert Sheffield 1980

Rebecca Nilles Ast Gail Peckham Buchanan Daniel J. Buerki Janice Keffer Buerki Mary Jane Campbell Doug Chambers Beverly Hubbard Claflin Dan H. Diepenbrock Karen Stands Eckhardt Jeanne Stidham Haggard Darla Davis Jackson

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Marcia Gregory Kampling Denise Rasmussen Loganbill Julie McDaniel Marchand Scott S. Mettee Rebecca Jeffery Pihl Ed L. Roberts Judy Hallowell Roberts Daniel A. Russell Debra Sill Springer 1981

Pam Pitts Chambers Paula Cline Diepenbrock Ken Dimick Randy C. Doerksen Roch E. Dold Ardith Rooney Dunn Kenton Alan Dunn Carrie Gordon Earll Erin Elizabeth Enns Donald Pekrul Kenneth L. Pykiet George Saghbene Scott R. Schauf Dale Seiwert Janet Schesser Shepherd Jill Christensen Smith Brent D. Weaver Janice Patton Weber Lois Wells Melynnie Mikkish Williams 1982

David R. Armstrong Brian R. Dickerson Diane Jones Fleming Tomas Jon Fleming Daryl B. Hinshaw Bruce A. Kater LaVonna Leach Loesch Martin Dale Maurer Ole T. Pederson Mary Pat Roembach Pitts Rod D. Pitts Rick Lee Pohlenz June Storck Shockley Gary Valadez Sandra Fraley Woley 1983

Lynda Hope Adams Ann Steinkrauss Atkins J. Randall Atkisson Craig Wayne Bayless Glen A. Burdick Kirk Hastings

Mark David Head John F. Hetherington James A. Hommertzheim Bryan L. Naccarato Terri Conner Roudybush Jack Larry Sanborn 1984

Cindy Oldham Burr Jane Fleming Collinsworth Mark E. Cox M. Jay Delling Tish Buerki Dimick Kent W. Dold Karen Lois Fulbright Steven D. Klassen Charla Binford Kremer Terri Pierce Means Greg A. Mills David George Pauls Kathy Riggs Pauls Wanda E. Salsman Rita Seiwert Sevart Donald E. Shepherd Sharon Burke Townson Tony L. Weber 1985

Charles Raymond Alderson William Blaine Burr Heidi Carter Clark Laurie Gower Davis Dina Kay Duggin Robert Earl Flaharty Nancy Young Fox Starla Reimche Gerber Carla Geier Goad Christine Riffel Herbel Joyce Palmer Hollowell Danna Dove Hotmar Shelby J. Naccarato Susan Patterson Pangrac Thomas L. Perry Lecia Warner Retter Rebecca Cox Saghbene Eric A. Stanton Becky Dunn Stukey Kenneth E. Stutzman Harold David Terhune Kara Fox Ulmen Sheri Kay Valadez

1986

1989

Eva Clark Brightup David Cowsill Jerry Dean Hardin Garret Jay Hotmar Cristyal McKeever Kanaga Robert L. Lancaster Kathy Shackelton Myers Richard D. Powell Jennifer Carter Robinson Mike Mark Shockley Monte R. Slaven Michael Andrew Umoh Vicki Kuyper Weekes Shalah Crane White

Daniel Andrew Ahlstrom Paul Edward Ailslieger Vickie Young Beam Lance Albert Deckinger Ina Cooley Fairchild Kent Lon Foraker Scott Michael Golay Lou Gollin Marilyn L. Gray Jayson Alex Hanschu Robert B. James Margaret Mary Johnson Cary S. Lavender Helene E. Longhofer David Michael Madewell Paul A. Moore Curtis Ray Pettyjohn Vince L. Schmidt Kurt Alan Schremmer Ronald Clark Sinclair Karen Knight Stewart Lawana Zortman Vannahmen

1987

Richard Allen George H. Burwell Susamma Chacko Mary S. Costello John Franklin Cummings Ronald D. Doyle Tammy Creech Keith Ron James Keller Carolyn Riley Loop Gary Alan Niernberger Vincent Odell Painter James R. Stone L. Michelle Tieszen Kevin Lee Warner Susan Alspaw Warner Jana Crawford Wedel Jean Lambert Yeager 1988

Ruth Schiller Bealer Heather McGregor Blankinship Deidra Waln Butterfield Elaine Evans Clark David Lee Funk Jamie H. Knight Luella Mohr Koppitz Imogene Peters Kubin Jean Copenhaver Parker Don Allen Rey Jana Brown Terhune Kristyn Mooney Thor Dyan Goertz Thornton Julie Zerener Vancuren John Robert Weber

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1990

Colin Bailey Sharon Napier Bolin Shelly Quiggle Cox Clayton James Deckinger Kent N. Doll Tammy Dallas Doll Reta Kardatzke Easley Sarah Walden Fayssoux Brenda Hansen Fowler Raymond L. Goodpasture William C. Haislip Mark Tom Hicks Charles H. Hilding Tracey Barnard Lee Celia Ann Lutz Bonnie Jeanne Matles Joan Mortimer Mortimer Cline Kelly Guetschow Niernberger Ann Ross Ocker Alan Gregory Parish Mary Schlicher Parrish Amy Staley Pettyjohn Ann T. Reed Patricia Schoonover Shockley Lisa Pellegrini Williams


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1991

Janay Dunham Blome Marilyn Ray Brown Bradley Blake Chatfield Kimberly Koblitz Crenshaw Lynn Neely Deckinger Jacque Wilson Fox Lamont Ted Gleason Michael George Goebel Catherine E. Goering Charlene Twietmeyer Gregory Donald Lee Harder Kembra Lynne Howdeshell Arlita Gruver Hummelke Lonnie L. Larson Kaaren Mastellar Lepper Karmen Cox Locke Alyson Wood Lumry Cheryl Hopkins Menges Terri McCall Morrow T. Shawn Page Sherry Saber Pam J. Schroeder Dorcas L. Smith Eugene Leroy Stenzel Patrice Mills Stephenson Linda Hoskins Sutton Christian Reed Twamley 1992

Craig Alan Bay Michelle Orth Bay Donita Hunter Blackwell Rhonda F. Cantrell Kristine Klenda Davis Kathy Flaming Demuth Sheryl Cooper Dick Pamela Davis Dietz Paula Flax Dinkel Marianna Plummer Evans Wanda Kraus Ewertz J. Wakon Fowler Jean Brautigam Gross Jean Fuson Hedstrom Gina E. Hollingshead Nancy Paulsen Jones Brenda F. Learned Dennis Kent Mustoe Phillip Eugene Owens Lorene Ellen Pauls Pam Pennington Duane Alan Reichenberger Lois Ritchey Risley Kay Hammer Schmitt Gerald S. Seaton

Friends University employees and students sort toys during the 17th annual Salvation Army Service Day Dec. 14, 2009. Jean Jackson Shetlar Sheelu M. Surender Patricia E. Veesart Curtis M. Wilson 1993

Edward B. Anderson Jolynn Sanders Berk J. Ted Blakley Sandford Joseph Blyn Larry W. Buller Barry R. Cobb Deedee S. Evans Nancy Lee Fierbaugh Michael G. Freeman Glenda S. Helton Kenneth Evert Holmes Linda McNay LaMar Jay D. Leatherman Kelly L. Linnens G. R. Magee Barbara Ann Martin Belinda A. Minko Patty West Parker Kelly D. Parks Jean Ellen Plett Jenny Goebel Stephens Aaron Key Veatch Linda Joy Weber Marilyn L. Wells Patrick G. Winter

1994

1995

James R. Bachour Deba Ann Barker William Curtis Beane Karen M. Calkins Linda K. Cooper Kimberly Gibson Cowsill Jerri Larson Dennett Dave D. Depew Brian Ernest Drew Constance Johnson Gile Barbara Webster Haynes Janice Ohrt Heath Robert Scott Kailer Thomas Richard Kluzak Julie Graber Linnens Rhonda Denise Loucks Duane Keith Meis Angie Hartshorn Moore James Leslie Moore Ken B. Moore Heidi Fulton Reichenberger James Randle Riley Brad Dean Rucker Kimberly K. Schwartz Steven W. Shook Julie Miller Stenzel Tony Wilmoth Tamson Debbie A. Winter Patricia Ann Youngman

Georganne Sims Bowman James E. Bradley Mary Debbrecht Brown Christopher James Brussow Jodi K. Cline Suzanne Beach Coin Joanne L. Davis Kelly Boyd Dilsaver Rochelle Tregellas Fouts Vicki Wheeler Hardaway Terry J. Hedrick Randy L. Holloway Elizabeth A. House Duane M. Hund Jane L. Kaufman Cynthia Pennington Kuykendall Mark Anthony Long Rae A. Niles Brenda Harvey Smith Judy Mainzer Tector L. Carlene Whitney Donna Allen Wilkins Bruce Howard Wilson 1996

Mindy North Barr Ruth Gettelman Bridgeman Vickie Choate Burk Wayne Carthrae Dale Curt W. Demuth Daniel Joseph Dreiling

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Debra Miller Engels Jan Freeman Fogg Dawn Harding Hampel Jon K. Hanner John V. Harris David C Hindman Denise Elder Irminger Shelby Kraus-Estes Janice L. Lichti Les Vernon Loucks Jerri Brigham Lyddon Bruce D. Lyon Catherine Fiederlein Manning Roy E. Martin Ella Williams Masner Frank James Mulhern Kelsey Willing Nichols Travis Aaron Rakestraw Donald Wayne Rogus Melinda Smith Ruhmann Patrick J. Sehl Bruce W. Smith Debbie Snyder Smith Kelly R. Smith Dennis Raymond Stafford Colleen Marie Strouse Elizabeth Fox Taylor Mika White-Gross Roger Eugene Zwemke 1997

Pamela Burford Allender Rebekah Durham Blakley Derrick Lee Brummett Jean Ballinger Bryant Troy Matthew Clark Brian Jay Cobb Jo Gray Cobb David Cosloy Kara Dawn Cox Michelle Sember Hale Shae Lynn Harrigan Rebecca Ann Hedrick Todd M. Herrington Drew Walton Holmes Corrinna Benefield Irvin Robert M. Irvin Rachel Wakefield Jansen Vickie Croft Johnson Kelsey Meister Jones Carol Schreiner Luetters Steve Douglas McKinney Shara George McMichael Tammy Herrington Myers Virgil Arthur Paulson Carolyn Moore Preston Pete Christopher Renner

Michelle Day Ritterhouse Mark William Stafford Shirley Knox Stueven Rodney Howard Sutton Lisa Swaney Renee Wentworth Tjaden Joan Howard Tregellas Kathryn S. Veazey Richard L. Wilson Hervey W. Wright III 1998

Vanita Van Zandt Allen Lynne Ross Borchers Thomas Garwood Bramhall Claudia Grant Butler Elizabeth A. Carns Joy Killough Cash Annette L. Cline Ken Eugene Davis Marsha Hume Flora Carole Millard Gill Robert W. Harvey Jennifer Ingram Haynes Linda Starr Jackson Steve S. Martin Kurt B. McMillan Cheryl Wigton Myers Darrellon Murray Prince Nilufer Sezer Schlesselman Barbara Forte Schlueter Janeen Ross Sehl Ronald Douglas Swopes Alex Tilma Terry Lynn Wells Lisa Green Wiebe Stephen A. Youngers 1999

Ted Forrest Anderson Kristen Hanneman Ball Mark A. Bandre Russell Lane Bomberger Joseph Malcolm Bravo Mary Yarbrough Comstock Verna McBee Dutcher Jodi S. Elland Leland Ray Fletcher Beverly Winchell Gatton Steve J. Gegen Saundra Guess Harris Kimberly Ann Howard Delmar Dwight Loesch Karen Wagner Logan Robert David Simpson Creighton Alan Snellenberg

Milisa Stuffings Suckow Cindy Pywell Wiechman Aaron C. Winter Becky Neely Winter Denise Roth Worley Marilyn Combes Wright 2000

Mae Malit Biancardi Janet Dukewits Byars Rick C. Carver Susanne M. Daniels Edward Peter DesPlas Andrea Lonker Fisher Bart Alben Fisher Mary Krisulevicz Gragg Susan Jackson Hall Preston P. Hughes Anita Bruce Lawrenz Joel Thomas Leftwich Jerry S. Myers Stephanie Struble Palmer Marlene Blake Rieger Ronald Brandon Schomaker Deann Schmitz Tiede Jessica McClure Towns 2001

Ted Lynn Chartier Craig Alan Cramer Wanda Crowder Dixon Luetta Ann Duerksen Kip Keino Edwards Lee J. Gatton Steven T. Gilchrist Marilyn Hanigan Hendryx Kurt E. Henrichs Sheila Cash Hunsucker Geoff Arthur Louvar Dianne Gruenbacher Loux Mark Steven Lyons Brandon S. Pierce Heather SanRomani Pierce Mark A. Reisch Lyna Manke Reith Samantha Meckenstock Rey Michele Wardle Robertson Steven Damon Shouse Lisa Enfield Tilma Brian T. Visser Jacqueline DePoy Watkins Kelley O’Connor Williams Sallee Johnson Williams

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2002

Georgette Clark Atkinson Holly Wolverton Balman Heather Lay Berkheimer Pamela Crawford Chatfield Donnis Slusser Crane Kristal Kildow Cutler Richard J. Downs Rodney Paul Ewertz Janet Weyrauch Harrington Carl P. Herrman Ann Auvil Kater Melissa D. Knoeber Ruth Forsberg Martin Kimberly Kirk Peitz Charlene Mastin Prickett Elvin Francis Rainer Vicki Jenkins Robinson Trish Graybeal Steele Shawn Patrick Stermer Albert J. Tonry Denise Martin Zimmerman 2003

Ron L. Barber Ron Earl Bogard Kent E. Douglas Toni Klie Enfield Laney Danae Flattery Jamie Ramsey Goodwin Jose M. Gutierrez Deanna Brown Hedrick Terri White Johnson Toby Joseph Lee Jim Edward Matney Benjamin Ray McClellan Jennifer Ann O’Crowley Maria Prieto Soldevilla Lorraine D. Spencer Karen Glunt Srajer Debbie Todd Angelo Thompson Rhonda Spalding Turner Brenda Wandick Warren 2004

Jason Daniel Balman Carol Harris Bergley Jason D. Burley James Christopher Chessher David Lee Duncan Erika Randles Duncan Gary T. Fiebach Dianne Ratcliff Fleming Nancy Martin Graf Dale Alan Heckman F. Richard Richard Jones Scott S. Lembke Clint A. Peitz


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Gina Melton Poisson Czarniecki Jack A. Robinson Ronald V. Srajer Sandra K. Watson Terraquita McGuffey White 2005

Nicholas Ryan Bundy Jo Parker Cates Deidra Ewert Cramer John Charles Cramer Jeffrey LaMont Enlow Sherri Perryman Grant Jason Joseph Harris Rachel Baker Hutson Jolynn Suzanne MacIntyre Milo Ben Meek Ricky Dean Nelson Richard E. Parks Gregg Brandon Shaffer Brian James Smith Dennis E. Smith Nancy Schludecker White Jeremy Jay Winter Tina Solt Wright 2006

William E. Belcher Nicole Bohannon Cory Erica McHenry Davis Chris Andrew Fisher Tracy Nix Gonzales Theresa Rachel Hubbard Patricia Chrystie Jensen Regina Dennis Krob Christina Lee Long Alejandro J. Ortega Peter Kelley Sargent Richard L. Vinroe Jennie Austin Watkins Kammie Koch Wendler Corey Allan Zabel 2007

Denae Suzanne Herrman Kathy Steinkuehler Konrade Jill E Lokke Amy Bergkamp McKinley Jeffrey Lee Patterson Melvin George Pugh Gary W. Rapp Casey Testerman Sandhu Tony Segovia Debra Bogan Sellers Katherine Marie Tramel Michael J. Zajkowski

2008

2010

Z. LaFlace Adams Tiffany McCuistion Bolden Pamela L. Boller Joe S. Christmore Victoria Guzman Cruz Craig L. Dassow Marcia M. Dillon Sabrina Marie Duckett James Fowler Quincy Hands Leah M. Haun Mae J. Jones Todd M. McKee Tenley Anne Metcalf Mary F. Nesbitt Lucinda Jane Pierce Barbara Ann Shunn Richard Ernest Stinnett Dawn C. Stock Jennifer Patton Summerow Stuart Sweeney Diane M. Thompson Jessica Robin Wheeler Jeanne Crossman Willig L. Barrick Wilson

Sheryl Lawrence Crawford Daniel Todd Gassman Amanda Lea Hands Rebecca Allyson Harman Kathleen Rachelle Hilyard Colleen Sue Jones

2009

Renee Al Mosrati Greg E. Andres Mary Lies Avila Roger Michael Bosserman Caroline L. Bruce Patricia Irene Clark Angela Marie Cly Cheryl Manning Cooper Keri L. Engle Celina Rizo Fernandez Carina Hammang Terry K. Hargreaves Michael Hecht Abby J. Hutson Debbie D. Logsdon April L. Lyerla Jane Louise McDougal Mark Mies Barbara Martin Parks Emilie Jane Petersen Aaron Vern Richardson Gabriel Simmons Kimberly A. Simmons Zack R. Simmons Jamey Scott Stein Megan G. VinZant Theresa Kim Vu Tran H. Vu Tommy Edward Wilson Rachael Lynn Wyeth

Senona A. Macias Ruth Winn Patterson Caroline E. Reusser Cherie Lynne Sullivan Linda Laurie Titus Kevin Joseph Wendler Elizabeth Kathleen White

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C a mpus Connection Cl ass Agents Campus Connection newsletters are targeted to alumni by graduation decade, degree completion program or graduate program. Class agents contribute articles three times each year highlighting campus happenings, alumni news and upcoming events. The Alumni Association thanks the following alumni class agents for their assistance. To learn more about becoming a class agent, call 316-295-5900 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5900. 1940 s

Criminal Justice

Eloyse Frazee

Alyssa LeClair

1950 s

E-Commerce Management

E. Paul Boles 1960 s

Sherrie Andersen 1970 s

Rick Fitzgerald 1980 s

Mike Shockley 1990 s

James Bachour 2000 s

LaChrystal Ricke Accounting

Craig Dassow Business Management

Marilyn Wright Computer Information Systems, Computer Technology and Computer Programming

Nashalla Roberts

Lisa Henshall Human Resource Management

Vince Schmidt Master of Arts in Christian Ministry

Susan Waters Master of Arts in Teaching

Dr. Laura McLemore Master of Business Law

Daniel Crook Master of Business Management and Master of Business Management – Executive

Bonnie Stephenson Master of Health Care Leadership

Ken Allensworth

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Master of Human Resource Development – Organization Development/ Master of Science in Organization Development

Master of Science in Family Therapy

Lu Duerksen Master of Science in Management and Master of School Leadership

Dollie Ferreira

Laris Pickett

Master of Management Information Systems

Organizational Management and Leadership

Nick Bennington

Becca Hollie

Master of Quality Systems Management and Master of Total Quality Management

Program for Adult College Education (PACE)

Jayneen Hammons Master of Science in Environmental Studies

Linda Titus Total Quality Management

Martha Linsner

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Organizations, T ru s t s & F o u n dat ions Friends University’s success is fueled by donations from organizations, trusts and foundations. Direct gifts, employee gift matching, product donation and grants benefit the University and its students. For information about gift matching, call 316-295-5815 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5815. 21st Century Packaging Abbott Laboratories ADM Grain Company Allen Gibbs & Houlik LC Belinda Bach Memorial Foundation Irene Vickers Baker Trust BKD Wealth Advisors LLC Sam & Rie Bloomfield Foundation Inc Boeing Gift Matching Program Bogey’s Boyer Educational Trust Mildred H. Brown Trust S M & Laura H. Brown Charitable Trust Brown’s Shoe Fit Co

Bubba’s Nekked BBQ James & Catherine Buck Charitable Trust Burke Investment Group LLC Byblos Restaurant Luis A. Casado Charitable Trust Vera J. Casado Charitable Trust Caterpillar Tractor Co Central Star Credit Union Charitable Foundation Inc CIGNA Foundation Citigroup Matching Gifts Program Clear Lakes Cafe College Fanz Scholarship Fund Phyllis L. Conley Trust Copper Oven Cafe Credit Unions United Topeka

Cruise Holidays of Topeka Daily Grind Coffee House and Cafe Davis Moore Automotive Inc DeFazio’s Delta Rho Alpha Nu Delta Theta Chi Sorority Mike Dillmon Insurance Agency Inc Dolci & Joe’s Donovan Auto & Truck Center Inc Doris M. Everitt Trust First Mennonite Brethren Church Wichita Fugate Enterprises Galichia Heart Hospital James Garvey Family Charitable Trust Garvey Kansas Foundation General Electric Foundation Goebel Family - Star Lumber Charitable Foundation Golden Belt Bicycle Co William L. Graham Charitable Trust Greater Kansas Chapter Of Appraisal Institute Virginia R. Hahner Trust Hampel Oil Distributors Inc Hereford House Highley’s Tire Service INTRUST Bank N.A. Jason’s Deli Jimmie’s Diner Johnson Controls Inc Johnson’s Legacy Landscapes KAMMCO Kansas Independent College Fund Kansas Super Chief Credit Union Klenda Mitchell Austerman & Zuercher LLC Knolla’s Pizza Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation Larkspur Peter H. Leendertse Trust LeMonde Cafe & Deli Little Saigon Inc Marietta, Kellogg & Price Mead’s Corner MetLife Foundation Microsoft Matching Gifts Mid-Continental Restoration Mike’s Small Engine Service Lewis M. & Selma M. Miller Trust Mills Heating & Air Inc Mission Woods Medical & Office Park Monica’s Bundt Cake Co

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Victor Murdock Foundation Ms. Elizabeth Murphy Trust N & J Cafe Naftzger Fund for Fine Arts Neighbors Restaurant & Bar The Nicks Team Occidental Petroleum Corporation Oenophile LLC Old Mill Tasty Shop Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Evelyn Phinney Scholarship Trust Piping & Equipment Co Inc Playa Azul Pump House Quincy’s Bar & Grill Redrock Canyon Grill River City Brewing Co Riverside Cafe Roofing Services Unlimited Inc Rotary Club of Wichita Saigon Restaurant Sandhill Ranch SCANA Corporation Lucille Schoonover Trust Security 1st Title Senseney Music Inc Simpson & Associates Smoothie King South Central Kansas Library Sparkle Cleaning Spear’s Restaurant & Pie Shop Spice Merchant Spirit One Christian Center Squeeks Donut & Sandwich Shop State Farm Companies Foundation Sun Valley Embryo Transfer PA Superior Tool Service Inc T Valley Ranch Textron Foundation Inc Thursday Afternoon Music Club Town & Country Restaurant Triplett, Woolf & Garretson LLC Two Brothers BBQ University Friends Meeting Uptown Bistro The Vagabond Cafe Vintage Construction LLC Wal-Mart Foundation Weber and Associates Webster Booster Club Westar Energy Foundation Western Plains Arts Association Wichita Alumni Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota Wichita Family Vision Wichita Fish Co Mary M. Zongker Trust


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2009-10 A d vi s ory Boards Friends University thanks the following individuals for providing industry-leading advice in their fields of expertise. Business Management Degree Completion Program Advisory Board

Debra Allison Sonja Alseike Rann Amos Dr. Abdul Arif Susan Armstrong Jeanette Hanson David Jones Dr. Jim Knight Susan Leiker Patti McDonough Dr. Ed Pearson Bob Stuhlsatz Richard Powell Dr. Krisyn Wood Computer Information Systems Advisory Board

Dave Buttram Dr. Jason Ferguson Jeanette Hanson Klent Harkness Brian Pacchelli Dr. Mark Sanborn Tim Shanfelt Dr. Dick Teter JD Zluticky Gift Planning Advisory Board

Dr. Biff Green Nancy Hinten Michael Hollowell Paul Moore Tad Patton Dick Rucker John Weber Hervey W. Wright III Master of Arts in Christian Ministry Advisory Board

Bill Allan Rev. Dr. Robert Erickson

Bill Glennen Janet Janzen Dr. Christian Kettler Carol Mullikin Miriam Overholt Dr. Charles Parker Kurt Priebe Dr. James Bryan Smith Val Wall Master of Arts in Teaching Advisory Board

Janet Eubank Dr. Dona Gibson Dr. Rick Gibson Virginia Johnson Dr. Laura McLemore Shirley Meissner Curtis Wilson Master of Health Care Leadership Advisory Board

Ken Allensworth Tom Beat Jerree Forbes Val Gleason Connie Kramer Paul Lavendar Dr. Robert Harvey Master of Leadership and Management Advisory Board

A.J. Anderson Anna Anderson Don Blake Dr. Valentina Chappell Jason Ciesielski Jess Howard Basil Hourani Sammy Jaradat Bert Ketchersid Bob Kice Dr. Jim Knight Ruth Knolla Dr. Karlene Sanborn

Steve Shaad Tim Shanfelt Woody Swain Ted J. Vlamis Master of Science in Organization Development Advisory Board

Traci Addington Lana Anthis Ryan Bond Jean Bowman Patricia Ruth Butler Dr. Brenda Cain Amber Chatwell James Chism Niki Contreras Danielle Cramer Gina Crowley Darci Datteri Amber Dennett Kathleen Friesen Janelle King Gary Kral Tim Link Lisa Tilma Sheena Lynch Dr. Jim Maddox Faith Martin Mark Neeley Cathleen Palmer Aubrey Ramsey Samantha Rey Debra Schwemmer Brian Scott Marci Shearon Jo Templin Donnell Vigil Justin Washington Elizabeth Wasson Organizational Management and Leadership Degree Completion Program Advisory Board

Susan Cox Marcus Dudley Steve Ellis Becki Herod Brett Edmisten Kelly Smith Diana Lippoldt Vince Painter Professional Education Board

Janet Eubank Dr. Russell Fox Dr. Dona Gibson

Dr. Rick Gibson Dr. Dennis Obermeyer Dr. Marv Hinten Dr. Evelyn Hume Dr. Marilyn Jones Ann Krone Ted Krone Toni Libhart Susie Jacques Kurt Priebe Dr. John Rhodes Marci Shearon Dr. James Gearity Dr. Jerry Smartt Dr. John Taylor Dr. Jan Wilson Rockcleft Camp Advisory Board

Bill Allan Dave Anderson Susie Bolinger Michael Briggs Eva Brightup Eloise Brown Daniel Crook Randy Doerksen Dr. Bob Dove Ron Eyres Mike Gedney Steve Gegen Dr. Biff Green Lisa Henshall Dr. Rex Keith Dr. Bernie Klahn Richard Long Virginia McCoskey Natasha Perez Donna Phoenix Andy Ralston Dr. Steve Rathbun Rose Roberts Jason Rogers Tony Russell Don Schroeder Cindy Sheffield Melissa Silva Scott Stacey Betsy Stacey Brendan Steinacher Joan Tregellas Bill Veitch Galen Womack Hervey W. Wright III Lincoln Wulf

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Spanish Advisory Board

Gina Moreno Aguirre Angie Dexter Ashley Fisher De la Torre Candi Foster Daryla Pitts Grund Tina Meyer

Isabel Moreno Dr. Tristyn Pierce Gilda de Regil Waren Dr. Matt Swager Carmen Velásquez Anna Nelson Woods Patrick Woods

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Kansas City Alumni Advisory Board 2009-10

Ex-Officio Members of the Alumni Advisory Board 2009-10

Annie Anderson, G’04/M’07, President Rosann O’Dell, M’05, PresidentElect Marcy Osner, M’08, Secretary Leann Alexander, G’85 Michelle Burdine, G’03 Jodie McMahon, M’00 Anthony Murdock, G’03/M’06 Brandon Raybern, G’09 Marcus Regan, G’03/M’05 Gigi Simpson, G’99 Neil Trickey, G’95/M’07

Daniel Crook, M’05, 2008-09 president of the Wichita Alumni Advisory Board Susan Laymon, G’05/M’07, 200809 president of the Kansas City Alumni Advisory Board Gregg Shaffer, M’05, 2008-09 president of the Topeka Alumni Advisory Board Dr. Biff Green Hervey W. Wright III Lisa Tilma Max Burson, faculty representative Ann Marie Miller, faculty representative Roman Rodriguez, SGA president

Members of Friends University’s alumni advisory boards actively assist the Alumni Office with events designed for alumni and their families in addition to advancing the interests of Friends University and promoting a spirit of loyalty among alumni. For information on joining an alumni advisory board, call 316-295-5900 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5900. Wichita Alumni Advisory Board 2009-10

Robyn Haxton, G’90, President Lisa Henshall, G’04, PresidentElect Kimberly Howard, G’99, Secretary Sherrie Andersen, G’68 Mindy Barr, G’96 Daniel De Longe, G’07 Clayton Deckinger, G’90 Curt Demuth, M’96 Jennifer Edwards, G’03/’05/M’08 Rick Fitzgerald, G’70 Peggy Gregory, G’73 Renae Hollie, G’04 Melissa Knoeber, G’02 Scott Lembke, FS’04 Scott Nicholson, M’00 Shawn Page, G’91 Paula Rice, G’05/’07

Jennifer Stephens, G’93/M’09 Cherisse Taylor, G’04/’06 Carol Urban-Deal, G’00 Matt Van Boening, G’88/’94 Bryan Wohlwend, G’97 Topeka Alumni Advisory Board 2009-10

Jeremy Francis, G’06/M’08, President Chris Fisher, G’06, PresidentElect Nellie Weiss, G’05/’07/M’09, Secretary Brandon Aldridge, G’07 Nicholas Bundy, G’05/M’07 Jason Crawford, G’04/M’06 Connie Fulton, G’01/M’09 Robert Hall, G’01/M’08 Joyce Hladky, M’09 Henry Johns, G’06 Janet Starnes, M’09

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English Department — In Memory of Anthony Rossito, Jr. Gerald and Marilyn Davis General Endowed Scholarship — In Memory of Essie Platt Jeanne M. Haggard Donald and Ivy Reynolds Patti Wayman Singing Quakers Fund — In Memory of John L. Scott Claudia M. Jimenez Richard and Pam Schweninger Singing Quakers Fund — In Memory of Beverly Roberts Leroy and Eva Brightup Alice Burnett Herbert and Rosetta Jeffery James and Sheila Ratzlaff Dale and Karen Roberts Phyllis Row Jane T. Stanton College of Business Fund — In Memory of Paul R. Brown Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, L.C. CPAs and Advisors Fred and Suzanne Berry Ronald and Dixie Broadhurst R.C. and Joan Brown Central Star Credit Union Steve Clark Trust d/b/a Clark Investment Group

Paul and Sylvia Edens The Greater Kansas Chapter of the Appraisal Institute Duane M. Hansen David and Elizabeth McDonald Jim and Joyce Mattson Benny and Earlene Mevey James and Mary O’Neal Charles and Kristin Schalon Security 1st Title Viola Teubner Roger and Becky Turner Herbert and Fern Van Gieson Dave and Sue Watters Wichita Family Vision

Harry Blowey, FS’53, died April 5, 2010.

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Margaret L. (Baldwin) Childs, G’46, died June 27, 2010.

“In Memory” passages with more details were submitted by family or friends. We reserve the right to edit for space and content. Information received after Sept. 1 will be included in the next issue.

Glenda R. (Clark) Allen, FS’56, died Sept. 1, 2010. Ruby Elsey Berg, G’45, died June 7, 2010. She was active in many areas, including teaching, homemaking, gardening and a variety of volunteer efforts. She is survived by two sons, two daughters, eight grandchildren and one great-grandson.

Henry Marvin Bower, FS’36, died May 30, 2010. Thomas Campbell, G’50, died July 23, 2010. Evelyn (Stolfus) Carlston, G’46, died July 7, 2010. She taught Spanish and French and then worked at Boeing. She is survived by three sons, two stepsons, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Ralph S. Chance, G’41, died April 7, 2010.

Dean Conant, G’54, died Sept. 2, 2010. Helen M. Dyer, FS’39, died May 29, 2010. William H. Elkinton, G’57, died March 31, 2010. He served in the National Guard and was wing chaplain for the Civil Air Patrol. He worked on the Missouri-Pacific Railroad, was a teacher and pastor, and owned and operated a Christian bookstore and a flag business. He is survived by wife Margaret, three daughters, two sisters and 11 grandchildren.

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HAZEL LISTER Hazel Lister, longtime friend and benefactor of Friends University, died Aug. 30, 2010, at the age of 104. Born Sept. 21, 1905, Lister was a strong supporter of the arts and a familiar face at receptions for the University’s Heritage Club. Her passion for music was evident through her participation in the First Presbyterian Church choir, and she loved to share her skill on the piano. She was a former school teacher and retired Cessna Aircraft and United Transportation executive secretary. She is survived by numerous nieces, nephews, greatnieces and great-nephews.

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John H. Flemmons, G’75, died June 12, 2010. Gary Fuqua, G’65, and Ann Fuqua, G’65, died Oct. 17, 2010. They served as missionaries for many years in Burundi, Africa, until returning to Wichita in 1973. Gary then worked for seed companies and as a bus driver. Ann was a home-health provider and school nurse. They are survived by their daughter and two granddaughters. David J. Gavin, M’96, died Nov. 9, 2009. He worked for Boeing Computer Security. He is survived by wife Wanda, two daughters, his father, two brothers, one sister and two grandchildren. Sherri L. Goss, M’99, died Sept. 6, 2010. James L. Grayson, FS’95, died March 29, 2010. Dale Leon Harper, G’65, died Aug. 7, 2010. He received a master’s in education administration from Wichita State University. He taught for the Elmdale school district, taught and coached for White City, Rose Hill

and Norwich High Schools, and was principal of Stafford and Bluestem High Schools. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Connie, five children and nine grandchildren. Suzan M. (Hooper) Kern, FS’91, died May 28, 2010. Patricia N. Marquardt, FS’40, died April 24, 2010. Tanga E. (Minge) Mayfield, G’76, died Nov. 14, 2008. She is survived by husband Jim, one son and her mother. James J. McClure, FS’42, died April 20, 2010. Susan E. Merritt-Trail, G’63, died May 7, 2010. Charles L. Monson, G’41, died July 27, 2010. The Rev. Dr. Cynthia J. (Pellett) Ordway, M’88, died March 9, 2010. Beverly Ann Roberts, G’63, died May 8, 2010. She taught English in Hastings, Neb., and Robinson, Kan., until the mid-1970s when she was declared disabled with multiple sclerosis.

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JOHN HOLLIS SCHINDLER John Hollis Schindler, G’52 and benefactor of Friends University, died June 12, 2010. He was born Nov. 28, 1930, in Harper, Kan., where he grew up and was always known as Hollis rather than John. Music was his lifelong love, so after receiving his degree in music theory from Friends University, he moved to Southern California and served as a church organist for many years. In addition, he was a paralegal until his retirement. Schindler enjoyed keeping up with Friends University happenings through the years, and whenever he had a visitor from Kansas he would introduce them to French cuisine at the Taix restaurant. He is survived by one sister, several cousins, five nieces, one nephew and numerous great- and great-great-nieces and nephews.

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Roberts received her master’s degree from Emporia State University, and was a member of the National Education Association and Northridge Friends Church. She is survived by one brother, Maurice. Jill E. (Clark) Sims, FS’73, died Aug. 21, 2010. Mary Evagene Stafford, G’60, died Dec. 15, 2009. Bill P. Stanhope, FS’50, died Aug. 29, 2010. The Rev. Dennis Maynard Taber, G’71, died April 27, 2010. He was a teacher, an educational psychologist working with developmentally disabled children, and a pastor. The Rev. Taber served on the Friends University Board of Trustees from 1972 to 1975. He is survived by wife Kay, FS’71, two daughters and his father. Diane M. Thompson, G’93, died Aug. 25, 2009. Jean (Clary) Troyer, G’03, died Sept. 6, 2010. Bonnie B. (Ingram) Vancil, G’61, died April 9, 2010. Winifred Mae (Shane) Wallace, G’40, died Aug. 6, 2010. She is survived by two sons, one daughter, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

marriages Jami Frantz, G’08, and James Pierce were married Sept. 4, 2010. She is the web coordinator for the Friends University Communications Office, and he is an automotive technician for Sears and serves in the Arkansas National Guard.


Patrick Kasololo, G’04, married Marilyn Tshiyamba Muteba Aug. 15, 2009. He is a sales and marketing representative at African Cargo Services Ltd. They reside in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Geoff Louvar, G’01, and Hilary Sullivan were married July 11, 2009. He is the president of GL Design Inc. She works at Bank of America. They reside in Wichita.

We Want You! Share your accomplishments with your classmates and friends. Submit birth and marriage announcements, job changes or promotions by April 1, 2011, for the Spring/Summer 2011 issue. Submissions received after this date will be held for the Fall/Winter issue. In addition, please keep us informed of address changes or corrections by using this form, or e-mail: alumni@friends.edu. Name

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Cassie Meyer, G’08, and Daniel Reif were married Aug. 7, 2010. She is a student and graduate teaching assistant at Kansas State University. They reside in Manhattan, Kan.

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Is your spouse an alumnus/alumna?

Kristine Schoeppler, G’09, and Bear Duplisea were married March 20, 2010. She is a nutritionist at the Fort Worth Zoo. They reside in Euless, Texas.

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Angela B. Fields, G’00, and Jared Enders were married Sept. 4, 2009. She is a pharmaceutical representative with Daiichi Sankyo, Inc. They reside in Derby, Kan. Kresta Toeppen, G’04, and Roger Bosley were married May 1, 2010. She is an athletic trainer at Friends University. They reside in Wichita.

baby falcons To Heidi (Weber) Bowen, G’03/M’07, and husband Scott, G’00/M’07, twin baby girls, Joy Elizabeth and Jenna Lillian, born April 28, 2010. They were welcomed home by big brother Jack. To Caroline (Gasper) Cynova, G’00, and husband Chris, a baby boy, Uriah Daniel, born July 5, 2009. Uriah shares his mother’s birthday, and was welcomed home by big brother Deven.

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❏ Please send me more information on Alumni Association volunteer opportunities. University Relations Office | Friends University 2100 W. University Ave. | Wichita, KS 67213 | www.friends.edu

To Krista (Williams) Davis, G’03, and husband Nick, a baby boy, Jake Kristopher, born June 21, 2010. He was welcomed home by big sister Megan.

To Tenley (Moulden) Metcalf, G’08, and husband Jerrod, a baby girl, Charlotte Evelyn, born April 23, 2010. She was welcomed home by big sister Abigail.

To Dr. Brian Drew, G’94, and wife Becky, a baby girl, Sarah Elizabeth, born July 17, 2010. She was welcomed home by older siblings Adam, Noah, Luke and Rachel.

To Kim (Kirk) Peitz, G’02/M’08, and husband Clint, G’04/M’09, a baby boy, Benjamin, born March 2, 2009. He was welcomed home by big brother Ethan.

To Krista (Baker) Hutton, G’06, a baby girl, Kamdyn, born Jan. 13, 2010. She was welcomed home by big brother Elijah.

To Ashley (Nicks) Scheideman, G’04, and husband Derek, a baby girl, Quinn Inez, born Dec. 9, 2009. To Angelyn (Journagan) Vogel, G’04, and husband Andy, a baby girl, Elliott Janell, born April 26, 2010. She was welcomed home by big brother Lincoln.

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To Deanna (Hicks) Wisdom, G’00, and husband Jeremy, a baby girl, Adalynn Elizabeth, born June 17, 2010. She was welcomed home by big sisters Madison, Zoe and Ellie.

class notes

1940s

The Rev. William Staub, FS’48, has published 16 volumes under the title “The Triumph of Grace Over Reason in Rebellion.” In them, he discusses the human mind in relation to the mind of God.

1950s

Dr. Claude Lynch, G’58, has retired after 37 years as a teacher and school administrator. He has started his own business as an educational technology consultant, where he works for his local school district maintaining their computer networks and developing educational applications. Florence Walter, G’56, has moved to Weeping Water, Neb., to be near her daughter and family after 37 years of living in Hutchinson, Kan.

Warren Richard Elliot, G’67, is living in Japan, where he works as a professor and researcher for Chiba University of Commerce. Errol Logue, G’63, has retired after 44 years of being a high school teacher and coach. He spent 40 of those years at Lansing High School in Lansing, Kan.

1970s

1960s

Members of the class of 1950 attended their 60th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) First row: Phyllis Price, Patsy (Meyers) Postlethwait and Leon Brown.* Second row: Ernest Smith, Frank Mauro, Jimmy Means and John Struthers. *Donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza. Additional donors include: Keith Bray, Maxine Brooks, Roscoe Messenger Jr. and Richard Shacklett Jr.

Joe Boyd, G’54, celebrated his 80th birthday in June 2010. He currently lives with wife Wilda, in Lebanon, Ind., where he volunteers and serves as president of their homeowner’s association.

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Members of the class of 1960 attended their 50th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) First row: Charles Miller, Charmaine (Loerger) Paulin, Norris Long,* Elvin Fox and Shirley (Denton) Yonce. Second row: Frank Dorsey, McClure Smith,* Robert Eyres,* Gerald Neece, Elda Ann (Thornburg) Cox* and Peggy (Dorrell) Roberts. Third row: Lawrence Foth, Horace “Bud” Coon,* Mary (Shelton) Lonneke,* Joyce (Pickering) Holden,* Charles Hansen* and Jeannine (Lygrisse) Bryan. *Donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza. Additional donors include: Carl Gordon, Sharon Kupfersmith, Marcia Lamkins, Warren Ramsey and Gary Taton.

Members of the class of 1970 attended their 40th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) Duane Frederick, Ella (Lehl) Frederick, Cheryl Ann (Berry) Rutherford, Anne (Pickard) Smith, Lee Ann (Johnson) Bachand and Herbert Mulvaney.* *Donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza. Additional donors include: Billy Breckenridge, Jonathan Folber, Craig Hamlin, Hope Just, Fred McMillen, Sondra Russell and Glenn Stephens.

Roger Brown, G’73, was named chairman-elect of the Community Bankers Association of Kansas. Steve Campbell, G’73, continues to serve as vice president of The Better Way, which he founded in 1986 with wife Wanda. They minister to people living in the inner city of Columbus, Ohio, by providing physical and spiritual assistance.


Richard Gross, G’71, was part of Kansas City, Kansas’ first “domino” liver transplant. His liver, which was affected by the genetic disease familial amyloidosis, was transplanted into a man whose own liver was cancerous, while Gross received a donor liver. Doctors assured the recipient of Gross’ liver that he won’t develop symptoms of familial amyloidosis for 30 or 40 years.

1980s

Dr. Bradley Nassif, G’77, received tenure at North Park University in Chicago as a professor of biblical and theological studies. He is currently editing a book, “The Philokalie: Exploring a Classic Text of Orthodox Spirituality,” and is in the process of writing a devotion book about The Desert Fathers and Mothers.

Members of the class of 1980 attended their 30th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) Doug Chambers, Pam (Pitts) Chambers, Patty (Moore) Ringgenberg, Jamie Means, Julie (McDaniel) Marchand, Denise (Rasmussen) Loganbill, Judy (Hallowell) Roberts and Ed Roberts.

Nancy Prieb, G’74, was awarded a plaque at the National Board of Directors’ Meeting in Chicago for Neurofibromatosis this June in honor of her 30 years of work. Prieb was the founder and is the current state president of the Neurofibromatosis Kansas Chapter Inc. Christie (Logan) Van Zee, G’77, received her Master’s of Arts in Christian Ministry from North Park Theological Seminary, where she graduated with high honors. She currently serves as a corps officer at The Salvation Army with her husband. Mary Kay (Rishel) Whitaker, G’78, is completing her Ph.D. in organization management and leadership from Capella University. The Rev. David Wolfe, G’72, has moved to Wichita to serve as a chaplain at St. Francis Hospital, Via Christi.

Amy (Shelley) Jordan, G’88, received her master’s of music in music performance – conducting from Azusa Pacific University in May 2010. Greg Rosenhagen, G’88/M’01, was promoted to principal at Conway Springs High School.

Gail Buchanan, Robert Hett, Theresa Sue (Ricketts) Hilgardner, Debra Jost, Greg and Marcia Kampling, and Cathy Vaughn donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza.

1990s

Members of the class of 1990 attended their 20th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) First row: Christopher Gorges and Amy (Staley) Pettyjohn. Second row: Robyn (Phillips) Haxton, Kembra Howdeshell and Verlinda Stone. Third row: Rustin Clark and Eric Stone. Clayton Deckinger donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza.

Members of the class of 1985 attended their 25th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) First row: Michael McCormick, Jack Lousch and Kenneth Dufield. Second row: Wanda (Martin) Riggs, Melinda (Plank) Campbell and Greg Newby. Thomas Perry donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza.

Danny Darrington, G’99/M’04, and the Mayberry Middle School Choir have been invited to participate in a performance for Youth Choruses April 10, 2011, at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. The choir will join other choirs to form the Distinguished Concerts Singers International, a choir distinction, accompanied by Distinguished Concerts Orchestra International. Learn more about Darrington at http://www.friends.edu/academics/ featured-story-29.

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Scott Hackett, G’94, and wife Sarah (Macy), G’96, are living in Thailand to teach at an international school for at least two years. Stacie Jordan, G’97/M’07, has nearly completed her Ph.D from Capella University specializing in curriculum/ instruction and research/development. Keith Moyer, G’96, is now the vice president of treasury services at Sunflower Bank in Wichita. “Ghosted,” a humorous ghost story written by Jennifer Sparlin, G’93, was published in the May 2010 issue of Cover of Darkness.

Kelli Brooks, G’08, has started the School Psychology Program at Emporia State University. Marie Carter, G’00/M’03, is now the manager for certified personnel for the Topeka, Kan., school district. She handles affirmative action, grievances and benefits. Jacob Cook, G’07, graduated from McAfee School of Theology with a master’s in divinity and now lives in California where he is working on his Ph.D. at Fuller Theological Seminary. Lynn Haltom, G’01/M’03, is a realtor for Weichert Realtors Compass Point. Regina (Dennis) Krob, G’06/M’08, accepted a position as an institutional review specialist with the U.S. Department of Education in Dallas.

2000s

Morris Lolar, G’04, was inducted into the Wichita Sports Hall of Fame in July 2010. He is a former Friends University All-American football player.

Members of the class of 2000 attended their 10th class reunion during Homecoming Oct. 2. (L-R) Megan Hughes-Zarzo, Jeremy Hands and Megan Mendoza. Joel Leftwich and Eugene Rochat donated to the purchase of an engraved commemorative class brick that has been placed in the Dr. Katherine Pennington Circle of Friends Plaza.

Amanda (Casteel) Anderson, M’04, is an adjunct professor for the Stephens College Master’s of Education Program. She teaches courses on marriage and family therapy. Melanie Baalman, G’07, became the director of Diamond View Estates Assisted Living in January 2009.

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Rosann (Blackmore) O’Dell, M’05, and her husband, Brandon, own Friend That Cooks Home Chef Service. They provide personal chef services and have expanded to serve the Kansas City area as well as Wichita. Erin (Oppriecht) Olson, G’08, was promoted in February 2010 to revenue accountant with InfoSync Services. Dr. LaChrystal Ricke, G’03, is a graduate coordinator and assistant professor of mass communication at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.

Julie Samaniego, M’03, founded the Circle of Love nonprofit maternity home along with Angie McDonald, M’03, and Raylene Burns, M’07. Samaniego serves as the executive director, McDonald is the office manager and Burns is the staff therapist. They provide a home, support and resources for adoptionminded pregnant women. Janet Starnes, M’09, welcomed granddaughter, Katie Anne, born June 28, 2010. Jason Stewart, G’00, was promoted in May 2010 to president of Cohen Financial Services, LLC in Leawood, Kan. Keegan Stucker, M’09, completed the Marriage and Family Therapy exam and is now licensed in the state of Kansas.

2010s

Wanda (Norton) Griffin, G’10, is in the social work program at Wichita State University.


faculty/staff notes Dr. Mark Bartel, director of choral music and assistant professor of music, was appointed the third artistic director and conductor of the Wichita Chamber Chorale in June 2010. Dr. Norman V. Bridges, former vice president of University Advancement, died Aug. 21, 2010. He had been a high school teacher and held several positions at Bethel College, including history and psychology professor, dean of students, and vice president for administration. He was also president of what is now Barclay College; and after serving as Friends University’s vice president, he returned to Bethel as president. He is survived by wife Janice, three sons and several grandchildren. Dr. Brenda Cain, program director of district leadership licensure and associate professor of education, was a program reviewer for the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. She was involved in examining school leadership programs at several universities, and was also a dissertation committee member for a doctoral student at Capella University. Kathy Delker, reference librarian, and Jeanette Parker, serials librarian, presented a program titled “The Games Academic Libraries Play: Gaming Events” at the fall conference for the College and University Librarians section of the Kansas Library Association Oct. 15, 2010. The presentation was based on the gaming program the library started in November 2009.

Dr. Gretchen Eick, professor of history, received a faculty development research grant for her project, “Aftermath: Rebuilding Lives and Communities after Civil War and Religious/Ethnic Genocide – The Bosnia Experience.” She spent time in Bosnia-Herzegovina during summer 2010, investigating the aftermath of civil war in the former Yugoslavia and teaching for the Tuzla Summer Institute. She also participated in a training program with the Kansas Leadership Center that addressed how to get groups with different perspectives to work together. In addition, Dr. Eick was a panelist for the Orpheum Theatre’s showing of the film “Reel Indians” and moderated a panel discussion on the film “Deep Down.” Dr. Richard Gibson, professor of education, served as chairman of a program review committee for the Kansas State Department of Education. The committee evaluates the programs of universities to ensure they align with state standards. He also conducted a workshop, “Final Gifts – Understanding the Needs of the Dying,” at the Riverside Christian Church. Dr. Christopher Habben, associate program director of Master of Science in Family Therapy and associate professor of marriage and family therapy, presented a workshop, “Ethical Considerations of Practice in a Church Setting,” at the annual American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy conference in September in Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. Malcolm Harris, Sr., professor of finance, participated in panel discussions on Japanese banking and the impact of pension reforms on capital markets at the Financial Management Association meetings in New York. He was also featured in several interviews relating to possible job losses in the aircraft industry. His review of Gillian Tett’s, “Fools Gold: How the Bold Dream of a Small Tribe at J.P. Morgan Was Corrupted by Wall Street Greed and Unleashed a Catastrophe” was published in the Business Economics Journal. Dr. Christian Kettler, G’77, program director of Master of Arts in Christian Ministry and professor of theology and philosophy, has published a new book, “The God Who Rejoices: Joy, Despair, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ.” Ann Krone, adjunct art instructor, presented a workshop at the 2010 Kansas Art Education Association Fall Conference in Manhattan, Kan. She also received a patron award in the pastel/watercolor category at ArtAID 17, a fundraiser benefiting Positive Directions, which provides services for people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Robyn Mabe, administrative assistant to the Art Department, completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy degree in June 2010. She passed the clinical-level examination and is now licensed to practice marriage and family therapy. In August, she and Hannah Van Horn launched Two Roads Family Therapy, a private practice servicing individuals, couples and families.

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Dr. Alan Maccarone, professor of biology, submitted a grant proposal regarding egrets and the use of radiotelemetry to collect data about their activity during breeding season.

Karen Scroggins, assistant professor of graphic arts, and daughter Trinity McKown collaborated on mixedmedia art displayed in the Riney Fine Arts Center in September.

Dr. Dixie Madden, professor of law, director of the Garvey Institute of Law and program director of the Master of Business Law, has been named to the Best Lawyers of America 2011 list. Dr. Madden is one of 10 Wichita lawyers selected in the specialty of corporate law and one of five Wichita lawyers selected in the specialty of health care law. This is the fifth year she has been named to the list.

Dr. Jerry Smartt, director of foreign languages and professor of Spanish, traveled to Kaifeng, China, in October as part of a delegation selected by Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer to celebrate 25 years of the Sister Cities relationship. The visit included the annual Chrysanthemum Festival and tours of universities, high schools, parks and factories.

Gary Rapp, director of campus life, was selected by the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) to serve on the 2011 National Convention Lecture Showcase Selection Committee in Columbia, S.C. Rapp and Jennifer Randolph, assistant director of campus life, also presented an educational session called “Team up with Faculty for a Winning Combination” at the 2010 NACA Central Regional Conference. NACA advances campus activities in higher education through partnerships that create educational and business opportunities for its schools and professional members.

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Dr. Jim Smith, G’84, assistant professor of religion, and Dr. Tony Clark, associate professor of ethics, were featured preachers at Chapel Hill Methodist Church in Wichita. Dr. Smith preached on his new book, “The Good and Beautiful Community.” Dr. Donna Stuber-McEwen, professor of psychology, presented the Kansas Scholar Address at the 16th annual Kansas Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools conference. Her presentation was titled, “YouTube/ YouTeach: Engaging Students through Online Videos.” Dr. Karyn Turla, professor of biology, received the W.A. Young Award for Excellence in Teaching at the 2010 Friends University Commencement ceremony. Philip Wood, adjunct faculty in the Division of Religion and Philosophy, received the Jan LaFever Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award at the 2010 Commencement ceremony.

Dr. Guang Qiu Xu, professor of history, presented three papers last summer to different international conferences. Two were selected to be published in 2011 by the respective conference committees. His fourth book, “American Doctors in Canton and Modernization of China, 1835-1935,” will be published in March 2011.


PLANNED giving I WANT YOUR BEST LAID PLANS TO OBTAIN A GOOD RESULT.

Best Laid Plans “A boss asked his employee, “Do you believe in life after death?” “Yes sir,” the employee said. “Well then, that makes everything just fine,” the boss went on. “After you left early yesterday to go to your grandmother’s funeral, she stopped in to see you.” We can all laugh at this story because we can identify with that sinking feeling the employee surely experienced. His “best laid plans” went awry. I’m sure when his grandmother really does pass away, her death will conjure up all kinds of emotions: sadness, loss, grief, etc. Many dear friends of the University have passed away this year: Paul Brown, G’38, Howard Rowlee, G’51, Hollis Schindler, G’52, Hazel Lister and Benny Mevey, G’53, just to name a few. Each one of these people designed a plan, well in advance of their death, as to how they wanted their treasures to be used. Friends University was blessed to be the recipient of their planning.

Planning begins with preparing yourself emotionally. Letting go of your treasures is hard to do. I know; my parents are in the process of downsizing. They are wisely ridding themselves of what they no longer can use or need. It is emotionally wearing and sometimes comical as we pull out of cupboards and off of shelves old knick-knacks lovingly given years ago by a neighbor, grandchild or friend. I have realized that all these things are a reflection of my parents’ life experiences – people who they touched and those who touched them. Some of these treasures, such as keepsakes passed down from their parents, are being passed on now to family members. Other treasures, such as their IRA, established a scholarship for students majoring in science, and they add to it each year with their annual IRA distribution. Their best-laid plans are coming to fruition – the right people can appreciate those gifts now and in the future. I hope you will consider sharing your treasures now or in the future with

By Nancy Hinten, Director of Planned Giving

Friends University. Scholarships are vitally important to attracting students and providing them with the education they need. They can be underwritten by a variety of treasures: no-longer-needed life insurance policies, IRA distributions and stocks. I want your best laid plans to obtain a good result. I’d love to visit with you, or I can even send you a free Guide to Wills and Trusts, if you haven’t started planning yet. Call me at 316-295-5820 or 1-800-794-6945, ext. 5820; e-mail hinten@friends.edu; or write to Friends University Gift Planning, 2100 W. University Ave, Wichita, KS, 67213. The first person I hear from who references this article will receive a Friends University umbrella!

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Mike Brewer, President Biff Green, Matt Skillen, Creighton Snellenberg, Robert Bellows and Matt Berthot at the first-ever chili cook-off in 1999 as pictured in the 1998-99 Talisman Yearbook.

Then and Now A FIERY FUNDRAISER TURNED TASTY TRADITION BY ROMAN RODRIGUEZ, SENIOR

For 12 years, Friends University has hosted a battle of “best chili” that even the culinary connoisseurs of the campus community can’t resist. Now considered a tradition, this popular event had humble beginnings. In 1999, Shannon Maltbie-Davis was adviser to the Talisman yearbook and, as a requirement for receiving funds from the Student Government Association, was developing a new fundraiser. The yearbook raised funds by collecting entry fees and charging a small fee to vote in the first chili cook-off. “I remember that Shannon was really excited about planning the first chili cook-off and she was also enthusiastic about the turnout,” said Megan Hughes-Zarzo, G’00. With attendance of about 75 and much excitement from the campus community, Maltbie-Davis and the University Events Committee, comprised of Friends University employees, knew that this fundraiser could quickly turn into a much larger event. The Events Committee, with its staffing and resources, was able to work with the yearbook staff to create a larger event that attracted more and more participants. Yearbook staff members were able to work the event and earn their fundraising money.

Members of Active Students Assisting the Planet (ASAP) at the second-annual chili cook-off in 2000 as pictured in the 19992000 Talisman Yearbook.

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The Events Committee was able to waive entry fees, provide free admission and tie the event into Cherry Carnival week. The event quickly grew with each year bringing more participants and more excitement. “I’m always amazed that it grows each year,” said Karen Scroggins, yearbook adviser from 2000 to 2007. By 2010, attendance had grown to around 950 with 16 booths, the maximum number of booths that the Garvey Multipurpose


Members of Multi-cultural Student Assembly pass out chili samples at the ninth-annual chili cook-off in 2007.

Gymnasium can hold. In addition to tasting a little chili from each booth, attendees enjoy hot dogs and drinks provided by the Events Committee. One aspect that has seen little change is the competition. Participants can win judges’ choice best chili and people’s choice best chili. The secret judges have ranged from students, faculty, administrators and staff. The judges and attendees also award best theme. “Each year I think, ‘how can they top that?’ and the next year they do,” said Terri Erker, G’04, Events Committee member and chili cook-off coordinator, referring to the creativity of the booths. Shayn Guillemette, current student and Drama Club member, said that he really enjoys participating and seeing the other booths. “We like to take the theme and put a dramatic spin on it.” He said he also enjoys the interaction with others. “It’s the one event where you get undergraduate and adult students, faculty, staff, administration and alumni together,” Scroggins said. Erker thinks the chili cook-off is one of Dr. Green’s favorite events “because it involves the entire University community.” The University hopes that this year’s chili cook-off, scheduled for Feb. 17, 2011, in the Garvey Multipurpose Gymnasium, will bring even more attendees to help celebrate Dr. Green’s last chili cook-off as University president.

Members of Acts of Faith presented FarmVille Chili at the 12th annual chili cook-off in 2010.

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Mark Your Calendars for These Upcoming

Friends University Events... Feb. 12, 2011 Athletic Hall of Fame Wichita Campus

Feb. 17, 2011 Potential Friends University students and their guests tour campus during Friday with Friends Nov. 12. Seventy-three attended the recruitment event and experienced a day in the life of a Friends University student in addition to a welcome orientation, campus tour, lunch in the Casado Dining Hall, a parent session, a faculty-student panel, and time with the Admissions and Financial Aid offices. The Admissions Office hosts numerous recruitment and information events throughout the year for high school and transfer students.

Chili Cook-Off Wichita Campus

May 1, 2011

Lenexa Education Center Commencement Ceremony Doubletree Hotel Overland Park Corporate Woods

May 1, 2011

Great Conversation! Wichita Scottish Rite

Topeka Education Center Commencement Ceremony Capitol Plaza Hotel and Convention Center

March 10, 2011

May 7, 2011

Graduation Fair Wichita Campus

Commencement Ceremonies INTRUST Bank Arena, Wichita

April 1, 2011

May 10-17, 2011

March 8, 2011

Willard and Jean Garvey Lecture Series – Jodee Blanco, author of “Please Stop Laughing at Me… One Woman’s Inspirational Story”

Alumni Companion Tour with Singing Quakers Canada

April 16, 2011

Friends University President’s Golf Tournament Sand Creek Station Golf Course, Newton, Kan.

Easter Egg Hunt Lenexa and Topeka Education Centers

April 23, 2011 Easter Egg Hunt Wichita Campus

May 27, 2011

Oct. 1, 2011

Homecoming and Milestone Class Reunions for 1961 and 1986 Wichita Campus

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