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ANNUAL REVIEW 2013–14


Contents DEAN’S MESSAGE | 2–3 EDUCATE | 4–7 BUILD | 8–11 DISCOVER | 12–15 EXPENDITURES | 16 VOSPER SOCIETY | 17–20


DEAN’S VISION

Message from the Dean In 2013, KU Libraries endeavored to realign its organizational structure, identifying emerging and vital areas required by our new strategic directions. Throughout the process, our team worked diligently, drawing from peer institutional research, focus groups and more, always with an eye on KU’s Bold Aspirations, as well as our own strategic plan. Libraries exist in a steady state of change, and our new organizational structure is just the beginning of what is truly an evolution. Like the broader goals for KU defined in Bold Aspirations, our aims are ambitious. They are premised on the understanding that the libraries are responsible not only for the cultivation, discovery and dissemination of information, but also for facilitating learning, research and knowledge creation. By achieving these goals, we support and encourage outstanding research, teaching and learning across the university. This report illustrates how libraries and librarians ensure student success, contribute to the economic vitality of the state and encourage discoveries that change the world. We are grateful for the support you have provided along the way.

lorraine j. haricombe Dean of Libraries

Our Mission: KU Libraries advance discovery, innovation and learning for KU, for the state of Kansas and for a rapidly expanding community of world scholars. We equip our students for a knowledge-driven, global society and we support research and scholarly communication through collaborative opportunities at KU and beyond.


OUR VISION:

KU Libraries will be a strategic institutional asset that develops and delivers new methods of creating and supporting knowledge resources. We will enrich teaching and learning and fuel research at KU and worldwide.

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First Year Experience KU Libraries continue to provide support to the university’s First-Year Experience program, and coordinator Jill Becker ensures colleagues within the libraries and across campus create a shared academic experience for new students. In 2013, the libraries played a key role in delivering the Common Book program. Featuring Pulitzer Prize winning author Timothy Egan’s history of the Dust Bowl, “The Worst Hard Time,” the program provided the opportunity for incoming freshman to connect over the text at lectures, book discussions and special events. Library programs included an exhibition in the Library Gallery and a presentation by KU Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History Donald Worster.

ENSURING EARLY SUCCESS: Librarians incorporate information literacy instruction into First-Year Experience courses 2013 fall semester

first-year seminars

PRE 101 SECTIONS

These small, three-credit hour, discussion-based courses are designed to introduce freshmen to the excitement of intellectual discovery at KU.

This two-credit hour seminar introduces students to university resources, strategies for academic success and ways to engage with the diverse KU community.


“The libraries are uniquely positioned to help students develop the critical thinking skills Guests soak in Distinguished Professor Emeritus Donald Worster’s lecture they need to succeed academically, and the at the Feb. 6 inaugural Libraries Lecture Series event. KU Common Book program is an important part of these efforts.” – JILL BECKER | FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR

Students in an African and African-American Studies course visit the Kenneth Spencer Research Library to view original materials from the library’s African American Experience Collection.

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Gift provides students space for quiet contemplation

In 2013, the Beaham family gave $100,000 to KU Libraries to establish a new reading room in Anschutz Library, which opened on the first day of classes this fall. The room, named in honor of late KU alumnus David Beaham, provides a much-needed quiet retreat for private study. The reading room also features a favorite poem of David’s, and one that each Beaham family member can recite by heart: Rudyard Kipling’s “If—.”

Friends and family gathered in the Learning Studio at Anschutz Library last September to celebrate the opening. David’s wife, Tricia, explained that this gift was the perfect solution to combine his love for reading and his passion for KU: “There is no greater gift that we can give to others—and to society— than the gift of knowledge. Information instills in us an understanding and appreciation of our own views and those of others.”

the learning studio: Study and rejuvenate A dynamic, student-centered space in Anschutz Library, the Learning Studio is a hub of undergraduate research and learning at KU. But students need downtime, too—this home away from home provides opportunity for artistic expression, gatherings with friends and a bit of stress relief (thanks to a couple of canine partners).

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Rock Chalk roadtrip

Above: Guests attend “An Evening with Naismith” in Wichita (left) and Liberal, Kansas (right).

On the road:

KU Libraries & KU Alumni Association events partnership January 2013 – Present Seattle

Minneapolis New York City

San Francisco

St. Louis Denver

Los Angeles Phoenix

Washington, D.C.

Tulsa Oklahoma City

San Diego

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Kansas Topeka City Lawrence

An Evening with Naismith:

Artifacts of a KU Legend

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We’ve continued to expand our partnership with KU Alumni Association over the past year and a half, co-hosting traveling events from three different program series in cities across Kansas and around the country. We have met more than 1,500 Jayhawks at 25 events—a valuable part of our ongoing efforts to significantly grow the base of support for KU Libraries. Last fall, we kicked off “An Evening with Naismith,” a traveling exhibition about the life and legacy of James Naismith, KU’s first basketball coach. His attention to the student experience, and to students’ intellectual and social growth, is something that KU Libraries are proud to carry forward today. Our conservator and curator of collections share their expertise in maintaining historic collections through the “Preserving Family History” program, offering ideas for preserving family heirloom photos, papers and news clippings. The traveling exhibition, “Wet or Dry: Our Prohibition Past,” features historical publications and photographs from KU’s Kansas Collection that pertain to the Prohibition Era.

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Bridging campus and community KU Libraries partnered with Lawrence Public Library for Read Across Lawrence in both 2013 and 2014. Last fall, the program shared the KU Common Book, “The Worst Hard Time.” The 2014 selection was “Housekeeping” by Pulitzer Prize winner Marilynne Robinson, and the libraries hosted a series of events that spanned February and March, including an evening with the author in Lawrence. Together, the two library systems build and strengthen relationships across Lawrence, contributing to the intellectual equity—and economic bottom line—of the community and beyond.

Highlighting KU scholarship In spring 2014, KU Libraries launched the new Libraries Lecture Series to highlight the breadth of interdisciplinary research and creative work found on an expansive range of topics across campus. The series, hosted by KU Libraries’ Center for Community & Affiliate Initiatives, contributes to the campus culture of engaged scholarship by exploring the KU community’s use of library collections in the creation of internationally recognized research. The spring 2014 series featured four eminent KU scholars, Donald Worster, Anne Hedeman, Tim Miller and Lua Kamal Yuille.


“We are confident that the new Libraries Lecture Series will serve to raise the profile of interdisciplinary scholarship within and beyond the university.” – SARAH GOODWIN THIEL | HEAD OF KU LIBRARIES’ CENTER FOR COMMUNITY & AFFILIATE INITIATIVES

Guests soak in Distinguished Professor Emeritus Donald Worster’s lecture at the Feb. 6 inaugural Libraries Lecture Series event.

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EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHT: Quantrill’s Raid on Lawrence

KU Libraries hosted a special exhibit commemorating the 150th anniversary of Quantrill’s Raid, in conjunction with “1863 Commemorate Lawrence,” a citywide initiative to recognize and honor Lawrence history. “Quantrill’s Raid on Lawrence: Stories of Loss, Destruction and Survival,” featured documents

on display from the Kansas Collection as well as a presentation by Sherry Williams, curator of collections at KU Libraries. Williams discussed the infamous raid from a historical perspective and in the context of resources in the libraries’ Kansas Collection.

sHARING OUR RESOURCES:

Interlibrary loans KU Libraries fulfilled to fellow Kansas libraries (by county) july 2012 – june 2013 LOANS FULFILLED: 1–5 6–10 11–20 21–50 51–100 101–250 251–500 501–1000 1000+

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Housed in the Kenneth Spencer Research Library, this collection preserves extensive materials and documents from the state’s history, much of which pertains to the mid-nineteenth century when Kansas was transitioning from a territory to a free state. The exhibition highlighted materials from the

Kansas Collection, including photographs and accounts of the raid’s victims as well as letters written by Quantrill himself. Above, left and right: Guests peruse materials at the August 22 exhibition opening. Above, center: Survivors attending the 50 th anniversary of Quantrill’s Raid, Lawrence, Kansas. August 21, 1913. Photo by A. Lawrence.

Securing the future of scholarly endeavors A $3.6 million estate gift from Stata Norton Ringle and David Ringle will support acquisition of books and manuscripts, and maintenance of existing collections at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library. The Ringles’ generosity will enable KU Libraries to further contribute to student success through classroom instruction, one-on-one research assistance and facilities that co-locate the resources students need to excel academically. The gift augments efforts to provide increased access to the libraries’ collections and expertise and will ultimately help to enhance teaching, research and learning on campus and around the world. In early 2014, KU Libraries acquired the last works of legendary author William S. Burroughs. Donated by James Grauerholz, executor of Burroughs’ literary estate, the collection includes the author’s final personal journals, type scripts and editing materials. The often-controversial Burroughs is perhaps best known as the author of “Naked Lunch” and numerous other novels. He lived in Lawrence from 1982 until his death in 1997, a time in which he wrote his final seven major books, created hundreds of artworks and worked on several multimedia projects. The donation of materials coincided with the centenary of his birth and adds to the libraries’ already noteworthy holdings of Burroughs materials. KU Libraries A nnual Review 2013–14

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KU at the forefront of open access KU Libraries actively lead industrylevel scholarly communication activities, especially those related to open access—the policy of making all research authored by university authors available to society at large through an accessible, online database instead of limiting the work to academic journal subscribers. KU Libraries spearheaded open access activities at KU, playing a leadership role as the university became the first public university in the United States to adopt a campus-wide open access policy in 2009. The dean serves as the provost’s designate on implementing and supporting this policy at KU. KU renewed support for a $25,000 author’s fund to encourage open access scholarship at the Lawrence campus and the KU Medical Center in 2013. The “One University” Open Access Publishing Fund supports KU faculty and staff authors who make published research available through the more than 8,000 open access journals.

The libraries also support open access through the newly created Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright. The office develops a robust and coordinated approach to scholarly publishing, scholarly communication and copyright services, and offers a physical, virtual and administrative “front door” to efforts in the libraries and on campus.


“Lorraine Haricombe’s deep experience in the library community, in the United States and internationally, combined with deep commitment to advancing the accessibility and utility of scholarly research, will help SPARC cover new ground in the coming years.” – HEATHER JOSEPH | EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SCHOLARLY Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)

Dean Haricombe visited the KPR station to be interviewed remotely by “CBC Radio: The Current” about the ethics of academic boycotts, May 2013.

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collections of books and journals from some of the major research libraries in the United States. Approximately 30 percent of the content—more than 3 million volumes—is in the public domain and freely available, and KU users have full viewing and download abilities for full access to these materials.

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NATIONAL CHAMPION FOR OPEN ACCESS KU Libraries continues to actively champion national public access policies.

KU Libraries Dean Lorraine Haricombe was recently elected to serve as chair of the Steering Committee for SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition). She has served as member of the committee, which provides strategic advice and guidance to the SPARC staff, since 2010.

Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition

KU librarians have been vocal advocates of the NIH Public Access Policy as well as the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTR).

KU Libraries played an active role in forming the Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (COAPI), a rapidly growing group of institutions dedicated to advancing the implementation of open access policies and practices on campus.

FASTR

Supporting scholars in data curation As the nature of scholarship and research evolves, KU Libraries are enhancing accessibility and cohesion for an abundance of digital information. As part of her position as the libraries’ new data services librarian, Jamene Brooks-Kieffer provides support to

faculty and students alike on a wide range of data issues. Joining KU after years with the libraries at Kansas State, Brooks-Kieffer works to manage and preserve research data as part of the libraries’ collections as well as share that data with researchers of all disciplines across campus.

KU’s Data Services Librarian Jamene Brooks-Kieffer

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EXPENDITURES: JUNE 2012 – JULY 2013

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The Vosper Society

for friends of the University of Kansas Libraries View the complete list of 2012–13 Vosper Society members (including the University Community) online at lib.ku.edu/giving/vosper. BENEFACTORS | $2,500+ Dana K. Anderson & Sue Anderson Gordon T. Beaham III Tricia Brown Beaham John C. English Faultless Starch/Bon Ami Company Sandra W. Gautt, PhD Rebecca Hurst Pruett & James M. Pruett William L. Roach & Mary K. Roach Gladys N. Sanders & Robert B. Sanders, PhD George S. Wilson & Beverley M. Wilson ADVOCATES | $1,000+ Beverly Kennedy Bradshaw Anna M. Cienciala, PhD Fred P. Conboy William J. Crowe Nancy Kelly Day & Bruce Day Marshall C. Eakin & Michelle Beatty-Eakin Michael T. Fein Margaret Wallett Frederick Lorraine J. Haricombe & Horace Chapman Clyde E. Holiwell & Janis C. Holiwell Geoffrey W. Husic Cecily A. Johns Maurice Joy & Betsy Joy Lesley T. Ketzel Mark F. Lierz, MD & Susan M. Lierz Gerald J. Lillian & Elizabeth Spellman Lillian Craig MacKay & Kate MacKay James R. Mechler & Julia E. Mechler Kent E. Miller & Kathy A. Miller Judith Gorton Parkinson Carol M. Prentice & David E. Shulenburger Lucy J. Price, PhD Dennis A. Roach Jill Roach Robert M. Sheppard & Margaret Welch Sheppard Gary M. Smith & Janet M. Cinelli Dr. Marilyn Stokstad Kala Mays Stroup, PhD The Buddy Taub Foundation Clyde E. Thompson & Nan Mosby Thompson Eleanor A. Woodyard DONORS | $500+ Barbara E. Allushuski & Gregory A. Allushuski Marina Lamkey Bell & Matthew T. Bell Audrey C. Bishop, JD Kevin J. Boatright & Deborah S. Boatright David Casey & Margaret Wilkinson-Casey

Scott T. R. Coons & Elizabeth Green Coons Warren Corman & Mary Corman Robert W. Coykendall Clark A. Cropp & Linda Marsh Cropp Lindy Eakin & Elizabeth B. A. Miller, PhD James M. Eby & Jean T. Eby Mary Ann Fuentes Lee E. Greenstein & Lisa Greenstein Jeanette Scheopner Hornung & Joel E. Hornung, MD Jennifer S. Krizek & Curtis Krizek KU Endowment David S. Kyner, PhD & Carol J. Kyner Captain Christopher R. Lamkey Robert J. Lamkey & Victoria M. Lamkey Robert Levitus & Lisa Levitus Stephen M. Ludwig & Deborah Sperry Ludwig Anita Brack Lupton Ronald D. Mann & Barbara Mann Eugene Medlock & Armecia Medlock Rodney B. Miller & Elaine S. Miller John Nalbandian, PhD James D. Neeley & Kathleen L. Neeley Gayleanore Nelson J. Edmund Ortega, Jr. & Sara E. Ortega Claudia S. Orton & Joel F. Orton, AIA, CFM The Hon. Timothy J. Pawlenty & Mary E. Pawlenty Robert J. Perry, Esq. & Donna Kraus Perry Ellen Reintjes

Kathy (Vosper) Katz and Bill Crowe Bruce D. Ryder James E. Sear, MD & Kathy L. Sear Dale Seuferling & Marianne Seuferling Patrick M. Sirridge Dolph C. Simons Jr. & Pamela C. Simons Gayle Slagell & Curtis W. Slagell, PE Rebecca A. Smith & Bryan D. Smith Robert R. Sweatt III & Amy D. Sweatt Don Tatzin Clyde W. Toland & Nancy Hummel Toland Kevan A. Vick & Gail Ellena Vick David M. Whittaker & Beth M. Whittaker

FRIENDS | $100+ The Hon. Bryce A. Abbott & Jana Deines Abbott Susan P. Ackerson & Randy P. Ackerson Kathryn M. Adams & William K. Adams Abe Adewale & Nichole Adewale Lawrence A. Albani, MD & Linda N. Albani Shari Feist Albrecht & Martin K. Albrecht Toni L. Albright John T. Alexander & Maria K. Alexander Sebastian Alfie & Carmen E. Orth-Alfie Mark J. Allen, MD & Louise Willing Allen David A. Ambler & Mary Kate Ambler Eric N. Anderson & Bonnie J. Anderson Gary A. Anderson & Carlene T. Anderson Joanne M. Anderson & Brent Anderson Sarah D. Anderson Jennifer L. Andrews Marjorie Hayes Argersinger Katie Hart Armitage & Kenneth B. Armitage Donald Arnold & Andre’a L. Arnold Jeffrey E. Ashner Donald E. Atwill & Renee D. Atwill Michael L. Aurbach Jeffery L. Auten & Diane Auten Denise L. Ayers & Maurice Ayers Anne C. Baer Lisa A. Bagshaw & Christopher A. Bagshaw Anthony Baker & Beth A. Baker Robert Baker & Linda S. Baker Dan H. Ball & Barbara A. Ball Scott A. Ball & Diane M. Ball Jeffrey J. Bandle & Christina D. Bandle Cindy Boerger Banks & Todd E. Banks James F. Barnes Stephanie Louk Barnow & Kent Barnow Robert C. Bearse, PhD & Margaret M. Bearse Joe Behrman & Sophia Behrman Stuart R. Bell, PhD & Susan T. Bell Marshall Bellovin & Ilene Bellovin Stella A. Bentley Marcilee Wilson Bierlein Beverly A. Smith Billings Ron Bingham & Carla L. Bingham Kay P. Blinn & Robert O. Blinn Bruce E. Bradley & Linda M. Bradley Stephen R. Bradley & Brenda L. Bradley Ruth Bradshaw Mark D. Brady, MD & Jill Joann Brady Sule Braimah, M.D. & Sharon Braimah Sue Brandt Kelly H. Brandyberry Linda G. Bredeson James Brisk & Marlene Brisk

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Vosper S ociety FRIENDS | $100+ Bernard J. Bristow & Linda Bristow Robert Brogden & Kathryn Brogden Larry M. Brow & Carla L. Tilghman Virginia L. Brown, EdD Ben Brunner & Jo Ann Brunner Winifred L. Bryant & Michael L. Bryant Denise M. Buening Richard L. Bullock & Denise Bullock Brian E. Bunkers & Kari Bunkers Robert M. Bunten III Melissa Montoya Burnam & Robert L. Burnam Angela Burnett, ANP-BC & Clay M. Burnett, MD Michaelyn K. Burnette & Terry Tierney Adrienne C. Buss George W. Byers Stephen R. Call & Jennifer Call Kim J. Canterbury Gerald N. Capps Jr. Thomas E. Carlson & Dr. Maria M. Carlson Michael B. Caron & Anne M. Marvin, PhD Robert V. Carrillo & Susan Carrillo Richard S. Carroll & Kathy L. Carroll Bruce A. Carter, EdD Rosalea Postma Carttar & Peter K. Carttar Robert C. Casad & Sarah M. Casad Leonardo Castro Susan Spencer Catt & William D. Catt Deborah A. Chidsey & Brent H. Chidsey Theodore L. Childers II & Sumie Y. Childers Carolyn L. Chow Cindy E. Christensen & Robert W. Christensen Laura Barnes Christophel & Mark J. Christophel Charles E. Clark, PhD & Dr. Theresa Kaminski LaVerne Zaremba Coan & George T. Coan Jr. Janice Rogers Cobb & Robert P. Cobb Denise Cofas David C. Cole & Jacqueline Cole Michael K. Conlin & Cathy A. Conlin Nancy J. Connolly Kathryn Conrad Don Cook Janice E. Cook & Charles T. Cook Dennis M. Cooley, MD & Ellen Cooley Robert J. Coombs & Celia J. Coombs Karol Ann Cornejo & Richard J. Cornejo Cheryl A. Cosentino & James J. Cosentino Thomas J. Coughlin Jeffrey L. Cowger & Caroline Cowger Glendon G. Cox, MD & Karen Templeton Cox Mark A. Craig & Suzie L. Craig Richard L. Crank Michael A. Cristal & Susan M. Cristal Janice L. Crouse P. Karen Patterson Crump Rick Cudney & Kandyce A. Cudney John M. Curatola, PhD & Debra J. Curatola

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Webster L. Golden & Joan Gilpin Golden Narasimha R. Gondi & Geetha Gondi Jade Gough Cherish A. Grabau Larry Gress & Michele Gress Dr. Roy E. Gridley & Marilyn Leidig Gridley, PhD Scott W. Grieve & Joan M. Grieve Jana L. Griggs Michael M. Gutesha & Carol A. Gutesha Larry L. Haas Brian Haase Phillip F. Hagan, MD & Margaret Kennedy Hagan, MD Douglas W. Hagen, MD Patrick Hagin & Nancy Hagin James M. Hagood & Sheila Hagood David E. Hall & Laura H. Hall Scott Glenn Halsey Lynnette R. Hamel & James L. Hamel Kim M. Hanna & Eric W. Hanna Melissa K. Hardesty & Jason M. Hardesty Richard F. Hardin Bruce Harding & Cheryl Harding Gary D. Hardwick & Amanda L. Hardwick Gina Harris Bayliss Harsh Tahira Hassan & Rizwan U. Hassan, MD Karen S. Hawes Katy A. Hayden & Bob D. Tricks Elspeth Healey Kelly S. Heaps Randy K. Heavener & Lori Heavener Debra G. Hemmerling & Brian J. Hemmerling Mark Henderson & Colleen S. Henderson Stanley C. Hernly & Joni Renee Hernly Anita Herzfeld, PhD Richard H. Himes, PhD & Susan V. Himes Marry J. Hine Dorothy A. Hirsch Robert Hitz & Melinda Hitz John P. Hoban & Leylani E. Hoban Adele Hodgdon & Chris Hodgdon Elizabeth M. Hodyl Michael J. Hoffmann & Kathleen Hoffmann William Holt Stephen C. Hoops, PhD & Shirley Neuhaus Hoops Michael J. Horigan & Daphne Horigan Gerald Horn & Laura Horn Heidi H. Hornaday Janet Gorman Hoven & Donald R. Hoven Jr. James B. Hoy, PhD & Marjorie Wolf Hoy, PhD Todd Hoyer & Amy Hoyer Rongqing Hui Robert Hull & Cynthia Hull Dennis D. Hupe & Elizabeth Hupe Kathy A. Huslig Mary F. Hylton & Phillip D. Hylton, MD Frances Ingemann, PhD


Vosper S ociety FRIENDS | $100+ Melissa Jackson Marion Foster Jacques David F. Jamis & Lisa Jamis David T. Janke & Betsy Janke Ronald Jefferis Ashley M. Jeffries & Herbert L. Benton Carolyn Jeter Karen I. Johnson Wes Johnson & Dianne Johnson Carol Jonak Mary Alice Jones & Bryce Jones Nancy Jorn & Stuart A. Beals Steven L. Kane & Amber S. Kane Earl Kaufman & Linda Kaufman Peggy S. Kaufman & Michael B. Kaufman Billy Kearney & Denise Kearney Patricia Collinson Kelly Gerald F. Kenning, MD & Margaret M. Kenning Leonal W. Kilgore & Joanna L. Kilgore Andre Kim Brian C. Kindred, MD & Meya Zagar Kindred, MD Melinda S. Kite & James Kite Ted E. Knopp & Nancy A. Knopp Jeffrey B. Knox, MD & Paula S. Knox James P. Koerber & Mary Koerber Janet Koester James Kogl & Vicki L. Kogl Steven K. Koonin & Eydie R. Koonin Judith Johnson Kozak Charles E. Kramer & Britt C. Kramer Robert D. Kroeker & Barbara Hills Kroeker Bradley J. Kuhlmann & Christine A. Kuhlmann Bruce E. Kusmin & Carolyn M. Kusmin Roy A. Lafferty & Kathy A. Lafferty Patricia Lair & Randall L. Lair Vicki J. Laird & William C. Laird Rodney O. Landrum & Karen R. Landrum Theodore Larsen & Penalton Larsen Kenneth E. Larson Daric G. Laughlin & Karen Rossiter Laughlin Gary R. Leaf & Anne G. Leaf Thomas Lebel & Karen M. Lebel Todd A. Leinenbach & Christine L. Leinenbach Donald H. Lemire & Troie Lemire Rebecca A. Leslie & James Leslie Susan F. Levine, PhD & Stuart G. Levine, PhD Janey L. Levy, PhD Marc A. Levy & Joan R. Levy Mark R. Lewandowski & Julie A. Lewandowski Roy D. Libel, MD & Terri Topping Libel G. Michael Lillig & Deborah S. Lillig Mark L. Litzler & Barbara G. Head Roberta Lynn Loeffler & James T. Fey Michael B. Loggan, MD & Luanne Loggan David Lohmann & Lorna Lohmann Marguerite H. Lohrenz Pamela J. Long George A. Lottes & Kari K. Lottes

Robert Ludington & Jennifer S. Ludington Tina Lykouretzos Richard I. MacArthur, MD & Barbara Gill MacArthur, RN, MN, FAAN Scott D. Mains Ashok K. Malhotra Gregory S. Malter Thomas P. Markey Dan Martin & Michelle D. Martin Michael J. Martin Earl L. Massel & Malou Massel Derrick R. Mathern Thomas M. Mayfield & Julie Lindsey Mayfield Mary K. McCarthy Sean G. McCloskey Kirk McClure, PhD & Jeannie Seacrest McClure Barbara Backus McCorkle Bradly McGlachlin & Janine B. McGlachlin Michael G. McGuinness & Gina McGuinness Nancy J. McKenzie & Jay McKenzie Cole C. McNary & Christine S. McNary Charles Medenciy & Carol S. Medenciy Dick Meidinger, MD & Barbara Bowman Meidinger Lisa A. Meitzner & Alex R. Meitzner Jose O. Melendez Bruce D. Melin, M.D. & Christine R. Melin

William L. Mitchell & Virginia Jean Mitchell James J. Modzelewski David A. Montgomery & Susan Montgomery Holly J. Moore & Roger Moore Lanora Bishop Moore Mindy Moore Howard R. Morgan Edward J. Moyer & Janet L. Moyer Steven W. Moyer John R. Mullett & Anitra S. Mullett Joseph E. Mumford & Suzanne M. Mumford Cheryl Wink Murray & Richard D. Murray Lynne E. Murrow William D. Myers & Dana D. Myers Scott D. Naig & Dana Quick-Naig Bette K. Nelson Richard E. Nelson III & Sharon A. Nelson Gregory R. Ness Patti A. Neumann & John H. Neumann Susan Nevin Xich Nguyen Chris Nichols, MD & Barbara E. Nichols Carol M. Nick & Greg Nick Michael Nixon & Laura K. Nixon Peter Noone & Catharine A. Noone Mary Yowell North John L. Nuss & Susan L. Nuss Rhonda O’Dell

Robert Vosper’s family at the centenary celebration of his birth, Watson Library, July 2013. Robert W. Melton & Victor T. Cardell Jorge Mendoza & Susan Marcus-Mendoza Heather Hodges Metcalfe James A. Meyer & Kathryn Meyer Harry Meyers & Ruth Meyers Constance C. Mikelait & Robert C. Mikelait Daniel L. Mildfelt & Lisa Mildfelt Mark W. Millar & Misha D. Millar John S. Miller & Rachel Buckwalter Miller Marvin E. Miller Mary P. Miller & Charles L. Stansifer, PhD Todd Miller & Cindy Miller Kathleen P. Mirsch

Richard G. O’Neill & Dee O’Neill Jane M. Ogren & Andrew R. Ogren Midori Oka & Bruce H. MacLaren Felix Okah, MD & Abiye Y. Okah Michael S. Olson & Dawn R. Olson James B. Orner & Judith A. Orner Michael Otterstein & Susan M. Otterstein Roberta Wilson Page & Rod Page Karen E. Pahls & Curtis Alan Pahls Robert J. Pahls & Janet L. Pahls Danny Palo Allan H. Pasco & Dallas C. Pasco Darrell G. Patterson & Loretta G. Patterson Todd A. Patterson & Jozette J. Patterson Glenn E. Patton Jr. Thomas A. Paulson & Sue Paulson

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Thomas J. Schwaller & Marikay Schwaller Cynthia A. Schwalm & Wayne Schwalm Dr. William O. Scott James Seeds & Christine A. Seeds Bill E. Self Jr. & Cindy L. Self Elizabeth Thomas Shafer Carol J. Shankel & Delbert M. Shankel, PhD Charles Sheets & Dianna K. Sheets Anita L. Shockey Elliott Shore Ana Silva Arden B. Silverman & Debbie Silverman Randal N. Simons & Jill Schiesl Simons The Hon. Fred N. Six & Lilian O. Six Joe Skerbetz & Marisol Skerbetz Michael G. Skoch, MD & Virginia D. Skoch Helen F. Smalley Boyd E. Smith, MD & Heather M. Smith Catherine Beaham Smith Glee S. Smith Jr. & Geraldine B. Smith Michelle L. Smith Robert R. Smith M. Patricia Kennedy Solbach, PhD & John M. Solbach III John M. Sommerville & Kathleen A. Sommerville Henry D. Spingola Jr. & Alice L. Spingola Linda Stangland & Gary Stangland Katherine E. Stannard Terri L. Stapleton Lisa A. Stehno-Bittel, PhD & Douglas C. Bittel David F. Steinhoff & Mary S. Steinhoff JoAnn Stoskopf & Brit D. Stoskopf Jocky L. Stratton & Donna E. Stratton Mark D. Strobel & Susan Strobel Jeffry L. Strohmyer & Lisa Strohmyer Merrit A. Strunk & Kathrin Strunk Stephen T. Stubblefield & Tina M. Stubblefield Colleen Ann Stubbs Mark Sullivan & Barbara Sullivan Pamela A. Swedlund Douglas Swenson & Laura M. Swenson Lyle Swingler & Karen Swingler Steven N. Tanner & Lelia A. Tanner Alison Adams Tappan & Gray Tappan Karl J. Taylor & Peggy Taylor Thomas W. Taylor & Tammy Taylor Rowley R. Tedlock & Cindy Tedlock Daniel C. Thoenen & Beverly S. Thoenen Daryl W. Thompson Michael J. Tierney & Kristen Gable Tierney Richard Treinen & Angela Treinen Peter A. Trump & Maria Gabriel Trump Nancy Tyner & David Tyner James K. Utt Mary J. Vanlandingham & Roger Vanlandingham Patrick G. Vipond & Janelle A. Vipond Karen M. Virgillito Edward Viselman & Suzanne Viselman Adrian L. Voran Leilani L. Wagner & Michael S. Wagner

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Douglass W. Wallace Candice Burton Walsh & Richard T. Walsh Thomas S. Ward & Debbie B. Ward Kelly Wargo Ramona C. Warren, MD Anthony J. Wasinger & Martha E. Wasinger Nina Watson Susan Ginter Watson James D. Waugh & Sharon K. Waugh Bill Weaver & Julie Weaver Robert Glenn Webb Eric D. Weber & Dana Whitledge Blaine Weeks & Merry Kay Weeks Jeffery B. Weinberg & Mary Haynes Weinberg Lily S. Weinshilboum & Richard M. Weinshilboum, MD Christina A. Weis & Ronald R. Weis Jeffrey R. Wesche & Anita Johnson Wesche Scott A. Wetschensky & Sallie Blankenship Wetschensky Charles R. Whitfill & Kindra Whitfill Jane Mollett Whitlow & William R. Whitlow, DDS Glenna F. Wilber Bryan E. Wilkins & Rochelle F. Wilkins Wade L. Williams, MD & Jennifer Balzer Williams Amy M. Wilson & Mark H. Wilson Chase C. Wilson Eric R. Witmer & Susan D. Witmer Daniel R. Witthaus & D. Lynn Witthaus Michael F. Wolf Robert Wolfrum & Marica L. Koenig Judith M. Wolters Cheuk H. Wong & Lily H. Wong William S. Wooden & Michelle Wooden Roberta G. Woodrick & Julie Woodrick Debra Woods Jo Letta Larson Woolwine & Thomas C. Woolwine Dana G. Wreath & JoAnn Erickson Wreath Amy L. Wren Jinming Xiao Clark B. Young Jeffrey J. Young & Angela Young CONTRIBUTORS | Gifts in kind Kay Bradt Marilyn Butler Alvan Chamberlain Ted and Sumie Childers Charles Eldredge Robin Emerson Nancy Helmstadter Rebecca MacRae Linda Mannering Judith F. McManis James Mielke Don Mosser Allan Pasco Rich Ring Myenghee Son Marilyn Stokstad Andrea Tebbets Don Warders Yuyu Yang Art Education Foundation


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Annual Review 2013-14  

The University of Kansas Libraries' review of accomplishments from 2013-14 and a glimpse of priorities moving forward into next year.