Issuu on Google+

2010-11

annual


The Dean’s Vision

KU Libraries’ Leadership

It is customary at the end of the year to reflect on our achievements and goals. In this annual review, I hope to share those reflections with KU Libraries’ supporters and advocates, as well as those who depend on our services and resources for their research and learning.

Highlights of national leadership positions held by Dean Haricombe and her administrative team:

Association of College & Research Libraries: Editor of RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage; Search committee for next executive director

This is a period of rapid change for our institution and for librarianship in general, which is sometimes both exhilarating and disruptive. We face substantial challenges that require us not only to lead and advocate for those we serve, but also to innovate, anticipating and developing the skills and organizational frameworks that will best support researchers in the future, while carefully managing the resources entrusted to us.

Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (COAPI) in North America: Coordinator Greater Western Library Alliance Board: Chair PubMed Central, US National Library of Medicine: Advisory

As I write this, we are embarking on a strategic planning process that will engage every level of our organization. I expect this process to yield a comprehensive, specific plan by summer of 2012 that will give us a clear roadmap to follow as we strive to meet these lofty objectives. I anticipate that we will need to take on new roles and perhaps new organizational forms and structures to meet the needs of 21st century scholars. I encourage you to engage with us now and throughout the coming year to learn more about what we’re doing and how you might lend your continued support and advocacy. Thank you.

committee

Research Library Consortium, South Africa: Executive management team

Scholarly Publications and Academic Resources Council (SPARC): Steering committee

lorraine j. haricombe Dean of Libraries

kuscholarworks.ku.edu

KU ScholarWorks KU ScholarWorks is the open access repository for scholarly works created by KU faculty and students.

1,024,686

975,001 item views

Canada: 7,697 United States: 172,447 KU: 3,873 Mexico: 4,877

downloads

7,082 total items available

The average item has been downloaded

144.7TIMES

2,361,752 searches performed (since January 2009)

Colombia: 1,709 Brazil: 3,293 Argentina: 1,779


Sharing knowledge is both our right and responsibility at KU, and providing open access to publicly-funded research is a key component of that vital work. Dean Haricombe and her colleagues at KU Libraries have provided essential leadership and support for open access, not only for KU but the world. Their efforts help give KU’s researchers and scholars truly global visibility and reach. - Chancellor Bernadette Gr ay-Little

Open access

T

Open Access Week: Dean Haricombe

with (from left to right) College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Dean Danny Anderson, former KU Provost David Shulenburger and Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little at an event for KU’s distinguished professors.

Netherlands: 3,105 Germany: 12,127 United Kingdom: 11,887

Poland: 2,095 Slovenia: 2,283 Ukraine: 3,371 Turkey: 2,233

France: 11,614 Spain: 3,526 Italy: 3,024 Greece: 1,537

University of Kansas became the first public institution in the United States to adopt a faculty open access policy. In July 2011, KU Dean of Libraries Lorraine Haricombe invited deans and directors at universities and colleges with established open access policies to discuss the possibility of organizing. The result of that call was the formation of the Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (COAPI), a growing organization of 41 North American universities that collaborates and advocates on a global level.

Russia: 1,737 South Korea: 2,257 Japan: 6,992 China: 21,345 Taiwan: 2,574

Egypt: 1,822 Israel: 1,985 Iran: 5,270 India: 8,180

his October, KU reaffirmed its commitment to making scholarly work widely available by signing the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities (www.berlin9.org) in conjunction with International Open Access Week. KU Libraries’ faculty and staff have provided strong leadership for the open access movement on campus, nationally and internationally, since 2009, when the

Philippines: 3,120 Malaysia: 1,954 Indonesia: 2,506 Australia: 4,487

global reach

TOP 30 COUNTRIES

Greatest number of downloads from KU ScholarWorks (July 2010 - June 2011)


Bringing our collections

J

anus, the ancient Roman god whose two faces allow him to look into the future and the past simultaneously, could well be the patron of the modern academic library. Like Janus, KU Libraries must look to both the past and the future, balancing the work of preserving irreplaceable cultural treasures with bringing cutting-edge tools, resources and information to scholars.

Sanborn maps:

Detail from “Lawrence, Kansas: 1889.” Courtesy of the Kansas Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps Collection, Kansas Collection, Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

Three digitization projects completed or begun this year gave the Libraries the chance to do both at once, while sharing valuable collections held at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library with the world. Sanborn maps. Maps documenting 241 Kansas cities from 1883 through 1922, originally created

Gould illustrations: From

2010-11 2009-10 2008-09

“A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains” by John Gould (London, 1831). Courtesy of Special Collections, Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

37 %

our recent acquisitions

Online materials Print / physical media

20 08

20

20

- 09

0 9 -1

10 - 1

0

1

8

2

00 6

20 -07 0708

% 39

% 63

6 33% 7% % 32%

61%

51% 49%

6


Pennell photographs:

Left: Five soldiers sitting on beds in barracks at Fort Riley, Kansas, 1897. Right: Portrait of Mattie Parrish with bicycle, 1897. Courtesy of the Joseph J. Pennell Collection, Kansas Collection, Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

to the world for fire insurance purposes by the Sanborn Map Company, are now freely available online for historians, architects, preservationists, city planners and anyone interested in seeing how their city or town grew and changed during that period. Pennell photographs. 6,000 images by Junction City commercial studio photographer Joseph J. Pennell were also digitized and made available on the web, a selection of the more than 30,000 glass plate negatives physically preserved in the collection. Gould scientific bird illustrations (in progress). The John Gould manuscripts and publications form the centerpiece of the Ralph Ellis collection at Spencer, one of the best ornithological libraries in America for the period. Gould (1804-1881) was a notable 19th century British publisher of illustrated bird books. About 6,300 of Gould’s illustrations will be digitized. These projects would not have been possible without a creative mix of funding from state monies, private gifts, and grants. The Gould project received a $71,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities; the Sanborn Maps project received a $30,000 grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Explore these and other digital collections at the KU Digital Commons (www.lib.ku.edu/digitalcommons).

gate counts at all library locations

1.72 million 1.71 million KU Libraries ranks among the

TOP 50 LIBRARIES

in the U.S. by number of of volumes held*

(

Whitney Baker received an award from the American Library Association (ALA) in 2011 for her article on conservation practices. Letha Johnson, assistant archivist at Kenneth Spencer Research Library, received the 2011 Kansas City Area Archivists Fellow Award for her leadership, service and commitment to the Kansas History Day Program. Lars Leon, Mike Broadwell, Kim Glover and Angie Rathmel received an H.W. Wilson Library Staff Development Award and grant from the ALA to implement strengthsbased staff development within the libraries. Scott McEathron received an Honors Award from the ALA’s Map and Geography Round Table, given for exceptional service to the profession of map librarianship. Brian Rosenblum was named co-director of the university’s new Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities. The Institute’s mission is to promote the use of computing technology to advance humanistic scholarship across disciplines, publish and disseminate scholarly research through new Web-based models and study the impact of technology on society and the scholarly record.

total visits

1.69 million

Library Faculty Highlights

*

MORE THAN

4,235,000


“Study of Marilyn Stokstad,” 2008, by Cody McLouth. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Murphy Art & Architecture Library.

Wi t h you r su pp or t we can continue to provide world-class collections, up-to-the-minute resources and innovative services at the intellectual heart of the KU campus.

TEAR HERE

Leadership I n n o vat i o n Stewardship

Noël Sturgeon (right) tours Spencer Research Library with Library Head Beth Whittaker (left) and Special Collections Librarian Elspeth Healey. Above background: “Maundering on Empathy” story idea notes, from Theodore Sturgeon’s “Inspiration File.” Courtesy of Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

Consider showing your advocacy and support by joining or renewing your membership in the

Named for celebrated librarian and former director of KU Libraries Robert Vosper (1913-1994), the Vosper Society honors those who demonstrate interest in and support for KU Libraries’ purpose, vision and potential as an essential partner for scholarship at KU and beyond.

To learn more, join or renew, visit www.lib.ku.edu/giving To learn about specific giving opportunities, contact Debbie McCord: dmccord@kuendowment.org 785-832-7372

B e n e f a c t o r s / $2 , 50 0+ Dana K . & Sue Ander son • Philip F. & Nancy Anschut z • The Anschut z Foundation • Gene A. & Gretchen Budig • Raymond L. & Nancy J. Burich • William J. Crowe • Sandra W. Gautt • Turner H. Gill Jr. & Gayle R . Gill • Marilyn Stokstad •

A d v o c a t e s / $1, 0 0 0 + Ann H. Bush • Marshall C. Eakin & Michelle Beatty-Eakin • Edwyna Condon Gilbert • William J. & Shirley L. Griffith • Lorraine J. Haricombe • Patricia F. Hartley • Clyde E. & Janis C. Holiwell • Edward I. & Stefanie Leland • Gerald L. Lillian • Laura Hartley Lintecum • Stephen M. & Deborah Sperry Ludwig • James R. & Julia E. Mechler • Judith Gorton Parkinson • Cindy Emig Penzler & Craig A. Penzler • Lucy J. Price • Stata Norton Ringle & David A. Ringle • Mary K. & William L. Roach • Christopher L. & Joyce Goering Saricks • Barbara & Richard L. Schowen • Robert M. & Margaret Welch Sheppard • Geraldo U. de Sousa & David M. Bergeron • Charles L. Stansifer • Steven L. & Tammy Taylor • Clyde E. & Nan Mosby Thompson • William M. Tuttle Jr. & Kathryn Nemeth Tuttle • George S. & Beverley M. Wilson • Elizabeth Hartley Winetroub •

D o n o r s / $500+ Barbara E. & Gregory A. Allushuski • Marina Lamkey Bell & Matthew T. Bell • Audrey C. Bishop • Beverly Kennedy Bradshaw • Warren & Mary Corman • Clark A. & Linda Marsh Cropp • Jeffery L. & Connie S. Curtis • Keri Eisenberg • Marion Ellet • Lee E. & Lisa Greenstein • Sally A. Hare-Schriner • Nancy L. Helmstadter • KU Endowment • Capt. Christopher Robert Lamkey • Robert J. & Victoria M. Lamkey • John P. & Denise L. Mundy • Kathleen L. & James D. Neeley • Shannon Royer • Daniel L. Schriner • Lebert D. & Merrily Tribble Shultz • Curtis W. & Gayle Slagell • Sheldon Waxman • Stephen E. Westhead •

F r i e n d s / $10 0 + Dana I. & Les Aaby • Bryce A. & Jana Deines Abbott • Kay Abernathy • Suzanne P. & Herbert K. Achleitner • Eva Krizsan Dora Agbas & Abdulbaki Agbas • Paul D. & Susan H. Aistrup • John T. & Maria K. Alexander • Sebastian Alfie & Carmen E. Orth-Alfie • Larry P. Alford & Tom Culbeth • Steven W. & Anne Wells Allen • David A. & Mary Kate Ambler • Sarah D. Anderson • Steve A. & Lea K. Anderson • Gordon A. & Mary Anne Andrews • Rajesh & Meenu Aneja • Marjorie Hayes Argersinger • Thomas & Cheryl Arundel • David W. & Carol Ashley • Donald E. & Renee D. Atwill • Nancy Kassebaum Baker & Howard H. Baker Jr. • Mark L. & Debbie Baldwin • Dan H. & Barbara A. Ball • Belinda L. Ballard • Elizabeth C. Banks • James F. Barnes • Roger & Joyce Bastow • James A. & Kathleen Sifford Baumann • Robert C. & Margaret M. Bearse • Anthony C. & Jeanine Beauchamp • Charles N. Bell & Catherine E. Bracken • Stella A. Bentley • Ronnie & Christine Berlin • James H. Bernard, Jr. & Sara D. Bernard • Daniel J. Bernstein • Lisa Bienz • Marcilee Wilson Bierlein • Beverly A. Smith Billings • Kipton R. & Shari Jenkins Blue • Kevin J. & Deborah S. Boatright • Claudia B. & David Boffa • Beverly Rosel Bohan • Lana S. & Thomas A. Bohanon • Michelle R. & Dale Bohn • Mark & Linda Boleski • Benjamin & Robbin D. Bomhoff • Bruce O. & Theresa S. Bomholt • Kevin W. & June T. Bond • Chris K. & Nina Simpson Boyd • Frances L. Boyer • Kathryn A. Boyer • Linda G. Bredeson

• Bernard J. & Linda L. Bristow • Lisa M. Browar • Dennie & Debra Brown • Robert C. & Diane L. Brown • Virginia L. Brown • Katherine A. Brozozowski • Robert C. Bruennig Jr. & Ellen G. Bruennig • Mark & Paula J. Brunkhorst • Ronald C. Bryan • Michael J. & Suzanne Burke • Michaelyn K. Burnette & Terry Tierney • Steven & Joanne Burns • Susan Schutz Burton & Daniel J. Burton • Douglas & Stephanie M. Butler • Susan Sellers Buttram & Sam T. Buttram • George W. & Gloria W. Byers • Cheryl & Kevin Byrne • Bruce & Cathy Campbell • Kim J. Canterbury • Robert M. & Jacqueline J. Carlberg • Thomas E. & Maria M. Carlson • Richard & Kathy Carroll • Bruce A. Carter • Robert C. & Sarah M. Casad • Mary Case • James J. & Cathleen A. Cavalier • Michael P. & Linda L. Champ • Timothy & Kathy Childers • Verne R. & Stephanie L. Christensen • Karen N. & Carl R. Christiansen • Laura Barnes Christophel & Mark J. Christophel • Anna M. Cienciala • Charles E. Clark & Theresa Kaminski • Gary & Marsha Clayton • Stephen & Pamela Clemons • Louis A. & Sharon R. Coleman • Tracy & Kathy Cooley • Mark D. & Melanie R. Copeland • Michelle & Bradley Copple • Cheryl & Jamie J. Cosentino • Susan V. Craig • Richard L. Crank • Sheryl D. Crawley • Marilyn F. & Timothy G. Crowley • P. Karen Patterson Crump • Brigiett Cunningham • Denise D. & James R. Curley • Angela D. Curran • Timothy J. & Carol A. Curran • William & Lynne Dahlgren • Linda Roberts Dahm • Michael D. Darnieder & Joanne Galvin • William David & Hedy Haas-David •


2010-11 Expenditures

Collections: 33.5%

I

n fiscal year 2011, KU Libraries received nearly half a million dollars in monetary support from many notable gifts of collections and funds. One such gift, comprised of author Theodore Sturgeon’s books and papers and valued at more than $600,000, established the definitive collection of his work at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library. Sturgeon was a contemporary and peer of Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein and one of the most influential writers Caroline Claymann Davidson & Patrick G. Davidson • Bradley & Margaret A. Davis • Jordan & Kathy Dechtman • Janet & Pietro DeFazio • Phillip & Anne DeGeratto • Kay & Benjamin K. DeHart • Janine Sikes Deines & Lance K. Deines • Carol A. DeLeon • Gustavo & Tomasa DeLeon • Nicholas E. & Jeanne M. Disidore • Thomas R. & Joan T. Dixey • Kaleen E. Dolan • William J. & Diane L. Doran • John Case Dorman & Jennifer A. Dorman • Jeffrey E. & Jenny Downs • Wylene Dunbar • Jay & Kamara R. Dyre • James & Jean T. Eby • Ryan S. & Tai Edwards • Vance & Louise Ehmke • Jane & Charlie Eldredge • Mary Jayne & George L. Enriquez • Alan & Lori A. Ensminger • John & Susan Epperson • Steven & Jan E. Evans • Patrick J. & Merilee M. Everett • Michael & Nancy Fangman • Stephen B. Fawcett & Kathleen McCluskey-Fawcett • Steven J. & Regine S. Feilmeier • William C. Feliciano • Stefan & Barbara J. Ferm • James V. & Kathryn Fields • Susan Filina • Andrew B. & Diane M. Fletcher • Richard Fohrman & Jane Burd • David & Kimberly Fordyce • Bill & Kathy C. Fowler • Ronald A. & Deborah S. Francisco • Mark & Karen Frankel • Rich Frankenfield & Sue M. Frey • Kathryn Stutz Franklin & Michael D. Franklin • Brad & Kim Frantzen • Debra R. & Randal E. Frederick • Darlene K. & Randy R. Frye • Mary Ann Fuentes • Felipe Gaitan • Christina L. & Ferdinand D. Gareis • Rae Gervais • Lonnie R. & Vergi Geurian • John H. & Ines Ascolese Gilbert • Carol Lynn & John E. Glanville • Marlene K. & Phillip A. Glenn • Michael R. & Christine Glidewell •

Overall operating expenses: 11%

A gift of $250,000 from Marilyn Stokstad, the Judith Harris Murphy Distinguished Professor Emerita of Art History, has created a new interior reception space and remodeled the reading room at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library. The renovated space, to be named the Marilyn Stokstad Reading Room, will be more open, inviting and visible — key qualities at the library, where researchers spend most of their time in the reading room because the collections do not circulate and are preserved in closed stacks.

The project includes an enclosed consultation/teaching space for small groups within the reading room, a new central service point to make using the collections easier for visitors and a new interior entryway. Infrastructure improvements include more power outlets and upgraded wiring, essential to 21st century researchers, and new flooring. Construction began during the summer of 2011 and was completed in November.

Jeffrey P. & Sharon R. Goble • Sangeeta & Mukesh Goel • Ben A. Goff & Carmen Mitchell • Daniel A. & Sheila Goldstein • Beth K. & John A. Goodwin • Jeffrey N. & Joanne S. Grant • Roy E. & Marilyn Leidig Gridley • Andrew B. Grieve • Scott W. & Joan M. Grieve • William C. & Jean M. Groth • Bernadette Lynn & Clifford Grover • Boyd R. & Viviana Groves • Robert J. Gulick • Douglas W. Hagen • Joseph G. & Mary B. Hagerty • John T. Haley • Kimberly Hall • Gregory A. & Patricia A. Latshaw Halling • Chris G. & Christine M. Hamman • Mary E. Hammers • William S. Hammers • David C. Hanson • Lori Waisner Hardman & John R. Hardman • Tori Harrell • William F. Harrison • Tahira & Rizwan U. Hassan • Stephen W. & Michelle A. Hayes • Thomas E. & Denise A. Hayes • Randy & Sheri Hays • Bruce Hecht • Rachel N. Hecht • Kevin & Kimberly Heft • Allyson D. & Roger K. Heidenreich • Stanley C. & Joni Renee Hernly • Frank J. & Cynthia Herr • David & Renee Heyden • Allen N. & Janet Bode Hieber • Timothy M. Hieber • Patrick R. & Elaine M. Hilger • Robert G. Hill III & Katherine L. Hill • James A. & Clenece Roberts Hills • Richard H. & Susan V. Himes • Dorothy A. Hirsch • David & Patricia B. Hitman • Elizabeth M. Hodyl • James E. & Maureen Hoffmann • Whit & Karen D. Holcomb • J. Steven & Kate B. Holder • Robert & Laurie Holmes • Janet Gorman Hoven & Donald R. Hoven Jr. • Donny J. & Deidre T. Howard • Corey & Jackie Huelskamp • Larry L. & Barbara J. Huey • Craig S. & Marjorie Lyon Humphrey • Dennis & Martha Humphries • Dennis D. & Elizabeth Hupe • Kathleen A. Huycke • Margaret Hyde • Mitchel B. & Rosanne M. Hylton • Marion Foster Jacques • Evan R. & Joanie James • Ashley M. Jeffries & Herbert L. Benton • Mitch J. & Kelly S. Jelniker • Ernest E. Jenkins • Carolyn Jeter • Cecily A. Johns • Allison & Scott W. Johnson • Karen I. Johnson • Michael & Tiffany Johnson • Jeffrey Jones • Victor & Debra Ann Jones • Nancy Jorn & Stuart A. Beals • Steven L. & Amber S. Kane • Richard J. & Susan M. Kastner • Jerry & Julie Katzfey • Thomas J. & M. Angeline Keegan • Kevin K. Kelly • Mark W. & Debra K. Kelly • Patricia Collinson Kelly • Trey William Kelly • Gerald F. & Margaret M. Kenning • Daniel & Cheryl L. Kentzler • Bruce & Carol Keplinger • Thomas R. & Paula K. Kettell • John D. & Kathy S. Keusenkothen • Jeffrey L. & Terri Kidd • Leonal W. & Joanna L. Kilgore • Sang & Tae S. Kim • Brian C. & Meya Zagar Kindred • Curt & Jennifer Kitson • C. Vance & Lana Klager • James & Vicki Kogl • W. Robert Kohorst & Shelley A. Allen • Steven K. & Eydie R. Koonin • Michael G. Koontz • Robert J. & Heidi Jo Kopp • Tony Kouri • Marc & Julie Kozberg • John W. Krim Jr. & Jacqueline C. Krim • Daniel S. & Susan M. Krouse • Kelley Kruger • David W. Kruse & Tammy Serene-Kruse • Bruce E. & Carolyn M. Kusmin • George & Vicky Kwasniak • Cynthia L. & George D. Lafferty • Patricia & Randall L. Lair • Michael J. & Lisa M. Landers • Greer S. Lang • Kenneth E. Larson • Dale & Janet K. Lee • David L. & Eleanor L. Lee • Linda L. Lee • William & Susan M. Leick • Stuart Leighty • David R. Lembke • Donald & Troie Lemire • Sue I. Leonard • Joseph A. & Christine Leto • Susan F. & Stuart G. Levine • Douglas & Patricia Levy • Janey L. Levy • Hong Li & Hui Ouyang • Jeff T. & Kathleen Logan • Michael B. & Luanne Loggan • Dayna & Steven M. Lones • Daniel J. Long • Dylan M. Long • George & Kari Lottes • Lon & Cathy R. Lowenstein • Robert & Jennifer S. Ludington • Gregory J. & Tammie E. Lust • Barbara A. Mabry • Richard I. & Barbara Gill MacArthur • Craig & Kate MacKay • Richard & Teresa Magnuson • Patrick Mahaffy • Steven & Amy Mahoney • Ashok K. Malhotra • Enrico & Loretta Manfredini • Stephen R. & Malinda T. Martin • Aimee C. Martinez • Boban N. & Merly Mathew • Gary & Annette Matney • Dennis D. Maybon • James M. & Cherie McCann • Timothy F. & Karla McCarthy • Kirk & Jeannie Seacrest McClure • Barbara Backus McCorkle • Michael & Colleen McGrew • Amelia McIntyre • Alan & Debbie McKeever • Nancy J. &

Jay McKenzie • Debra L. & Curtis E. McNay II • Charles & Carol S. Medenciy • Eugene Medlock • Charles & Kristi Mehrer • Bruce D. & Christine R. Melin • Martha Melinchok • Robert W. Melton & Victor T. Cardell • Harry & Ruth Meyers • Eugene & Nicoletta G. Mikrut • Connie & Allan Miller • Mark E. & Bethany D. Miller • Mark P. & Megan Miller • Rachel Buckwalter Miller & John S. Miller • Terry G. & Mary B. Miller • John C. Mitchell, II & M. Kathleen Mitchell • William L. & Virginia Jean Cox Mitchell • Anthony & Kathy L. Montemurro • David A. & Susan Montgomery • Bruce E. & Julie B. Moore • Holly J. & Roger Moore • Lanora Bishop Moore • Roddy R. Moore • Robert P. Moser Jr. & Dalene J. Moser • Edward J. & Janet L. Moyer • John R. & Anitra S. Mullett • Matthew T. Mutz • Bette W. Nelson • E. Randel & M. Martha Nelson • Robert F. & Nancy S. Nelson • Jill D. Nennmann • Darrell & Elizabeth K. Newman • Chris & Barbara Nichols • Carol M. & Greg Nick • Mary Yowell North • Barbara M. & Dennis L. Noyes • Stephen M. & Karen J. O’Connor • Terry & Leslie Oakes • Thomas J. Ochs • Alexandria Oeding • Jane & Andrew Ogren • James & Judy Orner • J. Edmund Ortega, Jr. & Sara E. Ortega • Richard & Lisa M. Orth • Claudia S. & Joel F. Orton • Pamela Schoech Overman • Cheryl W. & Tom Page • Robert J. & Janet L. Pahls • Young & Mi He Park • Patricia M. Parsons • Dallas C. & Allan H. Pasco • William & Michelle L. Patmon • Edward A. Patterson • Todd A. & Jozette J. Patterson • Glenn E. Patton Jr. • Teresa Greene Pavelonis & Joel D. Pavelonis • Margi Hall Pence & W. Keith Pence • Phillip & Rebecca Perkins • John F. Peters • Douglas & Kathleen Quinlan Peterson • Robert & Susan Pettit • Gary & Barbara L. Pettus • Randall & Michelle A. Pfeifer • Christopher A. & Michelle R. Philipp • Mark & Janna Pick • Marie Hipp Plante • Marvin & Cynthia Pleason • Michael A. & Kristie Pomerance • Mitchell R. & Sheree J. Poskey • James L. & Leslie Granger Prentice • Michael C. Priddy & Fangjie Liu • Rebecca Hurst Pruett & James M. Pruett • Dianna Pyles • Charles & Holly Quattrochi • David A. Radavich • Brian W. & Sarah A. Razak • Brett A. & Kathryn Meade Reber • Steve & Donna Lusco Reed • Elias M. Reichman • Nathan Aaron & Nancy Reiz • Paul & Michele Rhines • Cynthia Lynn Rice • Kurt Richardson • Mark B. & Kathy Robbins • Lynette Berg Robe & Mike L. Robe • Harlanne Herdman Roberts & James B. Roberts • Pascale M. & Norman P. Roberts • Timothy & Penny C. Robley • Patricia Cain & Lance E. Rodewald • Mark Roeyer & Linda A. Stone-Ferrier • Timothy W. & Lori Ross • Christopher & Mary Ann Rowe • Peter S. & Mi Sun Rowe • John & Christine Ryan • Bruce D. Ryder • Rosa M. Salazar-Peterson & Andrew Townsend Peterson • Laura L. Sandifer • John G. Sandt, Jr. & Mary A. Sandt • Gordon C. Sauer Jr. & Teresa Anne Sauer • John S. Savage Jr. & Patricia A. Savage • Bradley & Elaine Schaffner • Daniel G. & Debra Scherman • Joseph G. & Connie Schlageck • Deborah Rider Schroeder & Thomas P. Schroeder • Frank & Vicki Schveninger • Christopher D. & Candy A. Schwerdt • Helen I. Scott • James & Christine A. Seeds • Steven D. & Theresa L. Segraves • Greg S. & Margaret Seidel • Scott E. & Michelle Knight Sellers • Carol J. & Delbert M. Shankel • Jean S. & Douglas K. Sharp • Mary Claire Shaughnessy & Festus W. Shaughnessy III • Ginger Lashanne Shipman & Wade M. Shipman • Jacqueline J. & Louis L. Shroba • Dotti F. & Douglas Shuck • Steven & Ellen Sickinger • Arden B. Silverman • Gregory B. & Mary-Margaret Simpson • Fred N. & Lilian Six • Becky Nettels Sloan & Steve W. Sloan • Wojciech Jan Slodowy & Ewa Slodowy • Jeffrey & Hilary Smedsrud • Janice M. & Michael S. Smith • Rebecca A. & Bryan D. Smith • Richard B. Smith • John W. Sofis • Keith L. & Linda M. Sowards • John V. & Lori G. Spain • Marvin G. & Deborah S. Spees • Henry D. Spingola Jr. & Alice L. Spingola • Scott & Susan Stamerjohn • Alan & Phyllis Stamper • Katherine E. Stannard •

of science fiction’s “Golden Age.” The papers were donated by the Theodore Sturgeon Literary Trust, managed by Sturgeon’s daughter, Noël Sturgeon, and by Marion Sturgeon, his widow. KU’s Center for the Study of Science Fiction (CSSF), the English department and Spencer Research Library provided additional support for the gift.

Annex: 2.5% Student employees: 4% Fringes: 12% Salaries: 37%

Eric C. & Gayle P. Starr • Jay Starratt • Richard & Vicki Strader • Jocky L. & Donna E. Stratton • Karl & Julie M. Strohmeier • Myra L. Strother & Dennis D. Goodden • Mark & Barbara Sullivan • Terrance M. & Nora J. Super • Jeffrey K. & Madeleine S. Swallow • David S. & Lori A. Swanson • Monica & Michael A. Sweeney • Phyllis Wherry Talmadge • Steven N. & Lelia A. Tanner • Orley R. & Toni L. Taylor • Thomas W. & Tammy Taylor • John J. Teefey Jr. & Teresa M. Teefey • Deb & Ron Teeter • Paul F. Terranova & Katherine F. Roby • Brian Terry & Perijo Maddox • Michael J. & Kristen Gable Tierney • Edward & Jennifer Tilly • Scott & Kelly Timmins • James & Cindy Tincher • Clyde W. & Nancy Hummel Toland • Gregory S. & Julie Ann Towsley • Peter A. & Maria Gabriel Trump • Troy M. Trybom • Todd & Stacy Underwood • Stan & Vickie Unruh • Mary C. Uricchio & Michael S. Buchholtz • James K. Utt • Kevan A. & Gail Ellena Vick • Tom & Georgianna Villardi • Amy Hamm Voorhees & James T. Voorhees • Jill Waldman & Barry Oltsik • Robert D. & Nancy Huff Walrafen • Thomas J. & Teresa Keith Walsh • Thomas S. & Debbie B. Ward • Anthony J. & Martha E. Wasinger • David M. & Shelly Stucky Watson • Eric D. Weber & Dana Whitledge • Kenneth & Carolyn A. Wedel • Steven R. & Lori D. Weisberg • Christine & Douglas Wenderott • Malcolm & Barbara R. Wentling • Beth M. & David M. Whittaker • Karen M. & Thomas Wilbert • Thomas M. & Cathie Wiley • Mark R. & Kerri J. Williams • Mark T. & Barbara Specht Willoughby • Douglas E. & Teresa E. Wilson • Micheal & Suzanne Winchester • Larry R. & Susan B. Winter • Ardith R. & Gregory Woertz • Jeff L. & Barbara Blinn Wolfe • Robert Wotlfrum & Marica L. Koenig • Roberta & Julie Woodrick • Debra K. & Byron Worley • Dana G. & JoAnn Erickson Wreath • Bryan L. & Connie J. Wright • Marsha Wright • Clark B. Young • Steven L. & Carla B. Zielke • Jeffrey J. & Angela Zupa • View the complete list of 2010-11 Vosper Society member s (including Univer sity Community and In-Kind Contributors) online: www . lib . ku . edu / vosper


Dean

Design & Illustration

lorraine j. haricombe

Courtney Foat Claire Dooley

Executive Director of Communications & Advancement

Rebecca Smith Content

Sarah Kanning Dylan Derryberry

Photography

David McKinney, KU University Relations Sarah Kanning Paid for with private funds

www.lib.ku.edu 785-864-3601 1425 Jayhawk Boulevard Lawrence, Kansas 66045 30% The mark of responsible forestry

30% post consumer fiber

Printed by Kingston Printing


2010-11 Annual Review