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Contents DEANS’ MESSAGE | 2–3 EDUCATE | 4–7 BUILD | 8–11 DISCOVER | 12–15 BOARD OF ADVOCATES | 16 FRIENDS | 17–21


DEANS’ VISION

Message from the Deans Through 2014, KU Libraries continued the work of advancing our strategic directions, which directly support KU’s Bold Aspirations and seek to promote knowledge creation, interdisciplinary scholarship and research productivity through our renowned collections and services. The year was met with countless achievements and notable contributions, while still reminding us that libraries exist in a steady state of change. We began our roles as interim co-deans in late December, following the departure of Dean Lorraine J. Haricombe. Dean Haricombe’s visionary approach and dynamic leadership positioned KU Libraries at the forefront of the rapidly changing world of library and information science. Though 2015 will be a transitional year, we have dedicated our careers to this institution and are thrilled to move the organization forward during this interim period. This review illustrates KU Libraries’ commitment to serving the evolving needs of scholars, students and faculty members to ensure success in their academic endeavors. Your continued support makes possible the work we do to advance research, teaching and learning in Kansas and beyond. Thank you,

Kent Miller and Mary Roach Interim Co-Deans, KU 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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EDUCATE

Undergraduate support Class instruction, individual consultations and reference assistance are integral aspects of the libraries’ engagement efforts with undergraduate students. Undergraduate support advances academic endeavors across a variety of disciplines and works to ensure student success. In 2014, the libraries heightened this commitment by dedicating two new positions to enhance undergraduate support. As part of the libraries’ Center for Undergraduate Initiatives & Engagement, Undergraduate Learning Specialists Stephanie Gamble and Michelle Reed work to coordinate and facilitate library instruction and further develop the overall undergraduate experience.

RESEARCH CONSULTATIONS & INSTRUCTION SESSIONS BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 2014 AND APRIL 21, 2015 = 10

= 100


“Our instruction program plays an important role in improving students’ academic success by allowing us to connect with them at their point of need. Students know they can turn to KU Libraries for help and academic support at any time.” – MICHELLE REED | UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING SPECIALIST

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Providing access for KU alumni ON THE ROAD:

KU Libraries & KU Alumni Association events partnership JANUARY 2013 – PRESENT

Nearly three years ago, KU Libraries and the KU Alumni Association developed a partnership in an effort to share renowned collections while significantly growing the base of support for the libraries. Our collaborative efforts have taken us 25,000 miles to meet more than 2,000 alumni from nearly 40 cities. Additionally, this expanding partnership has allowed us to offer KU Alumni Association members access to more than 50,000 magazines, journals and index records—library resources for alumni and friends who wish to continue their professional and personal development. Visit kualumni.org/libraries for more information.

John Gould’s ornithological collection

KU Libraries recently completed the digitization of one of the world’s most valuable collections of bird illustrations. The 19th century books of John Gould feature images of birds from around the world. Gould’s work came to KU in the early 1950s and became one of the original collections of the Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

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Along with the published books, the Gould collection includes more than 2,000 manuscript drawings, watercolors and preliminary art for the books. The content of the books and manuscripts— about 6,000 images total—are now available online for anyone to access. The digitization project was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. View the distinguished collection at lib.ku.edu/gould.


THE LEARNING STUDIO: Study and rejuvenate

Images from the Campus Arts Week photo booth event in Anschutz Library on April 8, 2015.

The dynamic, student-centered space in Anschutz Library has new leadership to grow this hub of undergraduate research and learning at KU. Sofia Leung, learning studio coordinator, joined KU Libraries in April 2015 following her role as assistant librarian at Seattle University. Leung’s goals and aspirations for the Learning Studio rise in equal measure to the energy of the bustling space. In her new role, she hopes to enhance the studio’s identity through programing and services for undergraduate students.

Leung is excited for the opportunity to collaborate with new departments, while building on existing partnerships, to allow for necessary programmatic expansion in the space. “We are continuously working to assess how the space is being used in order to make improvements to meet students’ needs,” said Leung. “Student input and campus-wide collaborations are the perfect combination to strengthen the resources and usability of the space.” The Learning Studio is evolving into a one-stop shop for students, offering unique opportunities for students to collaborate with their peers, study and find support for their academic work.

Sofia Leung, Learning Studio Coordinator

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BUILD

Brown v. Board anniversary commemorated at KU Libraries In recognition of the 60th anniversary of Brown v. the Board of Education, KU Libraries hosted events honoring the landmark civil rights ruling. The events included an exhibition opening and a symposium featuring guest speakers and plaintiffs from the 1954 Supreme Court case. The exhibition Lasting Impact: Brown v. the Board of Education highlighted materials and artifacts from the court case that have been preserved in the libraries’ Kansas Collection. Housed in the Kenneth Spencer Research Library, the Kansas Collection preserves a wealth of materials documenting the African-American experience in Kansas, including the history surrounding Topeka’s pivotal battle against segregation. The exhibition opening included a presentation by KU professors Shirley Hill and John Rury examining the graduation gap for AfricanAmericans since the case. “The Legacies & Unfinished Business of BvB, 2.0” was the second part of the suite of events. The daylong symposium brought scholars and civil rights experts together to discuss the effects of the Supreme Court ruling and how it was enacted. Among the guest speakers were Columbia University Professor Theodore Shaw and Latino rights advocate David Hinojosa, as well as plaintiffs from the case and members of the Brown family.

Brown v. Board symposium, April 2014.


Looking ahead: KU’s Sesquicentennial The University of Kansas Libraries will celebrate KU 150 with a fall exhibition, featuring 150 years of interdisciplinary research and creative scholarship at the University of Kansas. September 17, 2015 | 5:30 p.m. | Watson 3 West

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Naming gift for departing Dean Lorraine Haricombe

A mid-December farewell reception included an element of surprise as KU Libraries announced the naming of the “Haricombe Gallery” in recognition of the nine years of leadership by Dean Lorraine J. Haricombe, who departed KU for a new position as vice provost and director of libraries at the University of Texas at Austin. The Haricombe Gallery in Watson Library is home to the KU Libraries’ exhibition program. The program, created under Haricombe’s guidance, promotes the creative scholarship of the KU campus community and highlights the benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration. The naming was made possible by a consortium of donors, who contributed gifts in honor of Haricombe.

“In the past eight years, we have seen significant growth in the libraries’ fundraising efforts as a result of Dean Haricombe’s leadership,” said Gerald Lillian, chair of the KU Libraries Board of Advocates, a group of more than 30 friends and benefactors who work with the dean to ensure the libraries have the fiscal resources needed to support the campus. “I was deeply touched and humbled by the announcement of the Haricombe Gallery,” said Haricombe. “I have had so many joyous moments in the gallery, a space that serves as the intellectual commons and as social gathering space at KU. To say that I was surprised by the announcement is an understatement; I was wholly overwhelmed by the naming of the gallery in my honor.”

EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHT: Contested American Identities In early 2015, KU Libraries opened the first exhibition in the newly named Haricombe Gallery. The exhibition, Contested American Identities: KU Scholars Address the Challenge, took an interdisciplinary look at identity and the intersecting categories of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality and ability. 10 | KU LIBRARIES A NN UAL REV IEW 2014–15


Preserving history for all Jayhawks, now and in the future Thanks to generous support from Scott and Lisa Ritchie, KU Libraries are proud to digitize films from the University Archives. The rich historical films feature decades of memories from halftime performances to commencements. The Ritchies, like other alumni, have reminisced over university yearbooks and images from the University Archives at KU Libraries. While these images make up the historical fabric of all Jayhawks, they cannot quite capture the real-life element produced from film. The Ritchies explained the ability to ensure preservation of the valuable collections was a driving factor in their decision to make a gift to KU Libraries. Regarding their KU experiences,

Scott and Lisa Ritchie

Lisa remarked, “We had a unique experience at the University of Kansas and wish for others to be able to reflect on their fond memories as well.”

Former librarian bequeaths $1 million to Kenneth Spencer Research Library On a visit to the Kenneth Spencer Research Library, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who did not know the work of Sandy Mason, an outstanding librarian and the first at Spencer. Alexandra “Sandy” Mason (1931-2011) was a distinguished librarian who served the University of Kansas from 1957 until her retirement in 1999.

Mason built special collections of extraordinary research value, guided generations of scholars and librarians and was a leader in the Rare Books and Manuscript Section of the American Library Association. “Sandy believed viscerally in the importance of books and libraries, both the intellectual value of their content and cultural value of their physical selves,” said Bill Mitchell, a longtime friend and colleague of Mason. “I think Sandy wore a special kind of trifocals for she seemed to be able to focus on the past, present and future.” Mason died in June 2011, leaving behind a generous estate gift to benefit KU Libraries, and specifically, the Spencer Research Library. The gift, a charitable remainder unitrust, was transferred to the KU Endowment Association, in the amount of $1.03 million.

Sandy Mason

Mason’s gift will ensure staffing to advance the goal of building, describing and making available the collections of the Spencer Research Library, particularly its outstanding medieval and early modern British and European manuscripts.

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DISCOVER

KU Libraries announce naming of Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright

In October 2015, KU Libraries announced the naming of the “Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright” in honor of former KU Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor David Shulenburger. The naming recognized a major gift from Shulenburger, as well as his role in laying the foundation for the open access movement and for the university’s adoption of an open access policy. The gift supports programming and operations for expanding open or public access for scholarly communication at KU and affords KU Libraries an opportunity to support innovation and excellence. The inaugural Shulenburger Award for Innovation & Advocacy in Scholarly Communication was presented to Professors Marc Greenberg and Town Peterson, two distinguished open access advocates who are committed to carrying on Shulenburger’s work.


“During my time as provost at the University of Kansas, I made a commitment to expanding open access at KU, and I am pleased with the outstanding progress. The only way to ensure continued growth and continuity of the open access movement is through an endowment.” – David Shulenburger | FORMER UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR

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ONE UNIVERSITY OPEN ACCESS FUND REACTIVATED FOR THIRD YEAR The Offices of KU Provost, KU Vice Chancellor for Research & Graduate Studies, and KUMC Executive Vice Chancellor and Vice Chancellor for Research renewed support in 2014 for a $25,000 author’s fund to encourage open access scholarship at all KU and KUMC campuses.

The “One University” Open Access Publishing Fund supports KU faculty, staff, and student authors who make published research available through the more than 8,000 open access journals. Open access is the policy of making all research produced by university authors available to society at large through an accessible, online database instead of limiting the work to academic journal subscribers. In 2009, KU became the first public university in the United States to institute a faculty-initiated open access policy in regard to research published in peer-review journals.

Ada Emmett elected to serve on SPARC steering sommittee Ada Emmett, head of KU Libraries’ Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright, has been elected to serve a three year term on the steering committee for the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC). As a committee member, Emmett will provide strategic advice and guidance to the SPARC staff. Emmett has been an active participant and collaborator in scholarly communication activities at KU, playing a leadership role as KU became the first public university in the United States to adopt a faculty-led, campus-wide open access policy. The overarching goal of open access is to provide global access to scholarly literature and research with unrestricted reuse of the content, including articles and data.

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Ada Emmett, Head of the Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright


GROWTH IN KU SCHOLAR WORKS

KU ScholarWorks is the digital repository of the University of Kansas, containing scholarly work created by KU faculty, staff and students, as well as material from the University Archives. PERCENTAGE GROWTH FROM 2010–PRESENT

ITEMS

2014

+117%

DOWNLOADS

+531%

AVERAGE DOWNLOADS PER ITEM

+190%

2013

2012

2011 2010

5,875

6,803

8,728

9,873

12,733

586, 471

949,852

1,422,522

2,827,595

3,730,812

163 avg/item

260 avg/item

293 avg/item

101 avg/item 140 avg/item

Optimizing data discoveries

Erik Radio, Metadata Librarian

As digitization of scholarship and research grows exponentially, KU Libraries are expanding efforts to heighten the accessibility of academic resources. As part of his position as the libraries’ new metadata librarian, Erik Radio provides support in effectively managing metadata to enhance the research experience by making digital resources more discoverable.

Joining KU after supporting reference and repository work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Radio works to manage and optimize research metadata as part of the libraries’ collections. Last fall, he attended the Metadata and Semantics Research Conference in Karlsruhe, Germany, where he presented on temporality in information systems.

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The KU Libraries Board of Advocates serve as advisors to the dean, providing human and financial resources necessary to promote and achieve the mission and vision of KU Libraries. Members work to develop strategies that increase a sense of pride, loyalty and connection with KU Libraries among alumni, friends and members of the external community. They also help develop communication strategies in order

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to share information about the quality of our programs and services with those beyond the university community. Perhaps most importantly, the group encourages alumni and friends to donate their time, talent and resources in support of programs and services provided by KU Libraries. For a complete list of members of the Board of Advocates, please visit lib.ku.edu/board.


Friends of the University of Kansas Libraries

Also known as the Vosper Society, this elite group honors those who support KU Libraries’ purpose, vision and leadership as a partner in scholarship at KU and beyond. July 1, 2013 – December 31, 2014 BENEFACTORS | $2,500+ Dana K. & Sue Anderson Tricia Brown Beaham Audrey C. Bishop, JD Joyce Malicky Castle Curtis & Associates, Inc. Nancy Kelly Day & Bruce Day Faultless Starch/ Bon Ami Company Clyde E. & Janis C. Holiwell KU Alumni Association KU Endowment Edward L. & Marie Meyen Carol M. Prentice & David E. Shulenburger Rebecca Hurst Pruett & James M. Pruett Lisa Cave Ritchie & A. Scott Ritchie III Bruce D. Ryder Gladys N. Sanders & Robert B. Sanders, PhD Robert M. Sheppard & Margaret Welch Sheppard Patrick M. Sirridge Gary M. Smith & Janet M. Cinelli Dr. Marilyn Stokstad Kala Mays Stroup, PhD John R. & Vicki K. Swift George S. & Beverley M. Wilson Eleanor A. Woodyard ADVOCATES | $1,000+ Joyce & Matthew J. Aiello Marina Lamkey Bell & Matthew T. Bell Kevin J. & Deborah S. Boatright Beverly Kennedy Bradshaw James E. Bredfeldt, MD Michaelyn K. Burnette & Terry Tierney Fred P. Conboy Warren & Mary Corman Clark A. Cropp & Linda Marsh Cropp William J. Crowe Archie R. Dykes, EdD & Nancy Haun Dykes Lindy Eakin & Elizabeth B. A. Miller, PhD Marshall C. Eakin & Michelle Beatty-Eakin Sandra W. Gautt, PhD Lee E. & Lisa M. Greenstein G. Michael Hankwitz Lorraine J. Haricombe & Horace Chapman Dorothy A. Hirsch Roger D. Innes Cecily A. Johns Maurice & Betsy Joy Lesley T. Ketzel Jennifer S. & Curtis Krizek CAPT Christopher R. Lamkey Robert J. & Victoria M. Lamkey Gerald J. Lillian & Elizabeth Spellman Lillian Craig & Kate MacKay MacKay Family Foundation

James R. & Julia E. Mechler Kent E. & Kathy A. Miller James D. & Kathleen L. Neeley Claudia S. Orton & Joel F. Orton, AIA, CFM Judith Gorton Parkinson Robert A. Prentice & Sharon A. Dunn Lucy J. Price, PhD Allyn W. Risley & Jill Bogan Risley William L. & Mary K. Roach Richard L. Schowen, PhD & Barbara Schowen, PhD James E. Sear, MD & Kathy L. Sear Robert F. Shapiro Gayle Slagell & Curtis W. Slagell, PE Dr. Geraldo U. Sousa & Dr. David M. Bergeron Eric C. & Gayle P. Starr M. Elizabeth Stella, PhD & Valentino J. Stella, PhD Clyde E. Thompson & Nan Mosby Thompson Clyde W. Toland & Nancy Hummel Toland Kathryn Nemeth Tuttle, PhD & William M. Tuttle Jr., PhD Cindy Wangerin Gloria Jean Wilson Francis & LaVerne Winterburg Family DONORS | $500+ Mary Kay & Alan D. Anderson Lisa Beck Leslie Davenport Brett & George H. Brett Melissa Montoya Burnam & Robert L. Burnam Theodore L. Childers II & Sumie Y. Childers Scott T. R. Coons & Elizabeth Green Coons Robert W. Coykendall Randal S. & Leslie R. Dobyns Ryan S. Edwards & Tai Edwards, PhD Charles Ellis Ellen Eng-Saat & Djuandi Saat Stephen D. & Abigail S. Fisher Richard S. Givens, PhD & Susan M. Givens Webster L. Golden & Joan Gilpin Golden Tracey L. & Joseph E. Graziosi Rita M. Hunt & Lamar Hunt Jr. Susan F. Levine, PhD & Stuart G. Levine, PhD David & Lorna Lohmann Richard I. MacArthur, MD & Barbara Gill MacArthur, RN, MN, FAAN

Jeannie Seacrest McClure & Kirk McClure, PhD Nancy J. & Jay McKenzie Dwight P. & Michelle Jean Miller Chris Nichols, MD & Barbara E. Nichols Peter & Catharine A. Noone The Hon. Timothy J. Pawlenty & Mary E. Pawlenty Tracy Pollina Robert A. Rosenbaum & Maggie A. Gilbert Bradley Rosenberger & Kristin Huerter Rosenberger Dolph C. Simons Jr. & Pamela C. Simons Rebecca A. Smith & Bryan D. Smith, PhD Douglas & Laura M. Swenson Tom Welle Daniel R. & D. Lynn Witthaus Karri Knox Wolken FRIENDS | $100+ The Hon. Bryce A. Abbott & Jana Deines Abbott Jean M. & Timothy B. Abeita Daniel L. & Diana J. Abitz Susan P. & Randy P. Ackerson Andrew D. Adams & Michelle I. Passo Christine H. & Gary S. Adams Rich Adcock Janet Ahlstrom Hiba N. Akhtar Naveed & Naila Akhtar Betty W. Alderson Frances Alexander John T. & Maria K. Alexander Mark J. Allen, MD & Louise Willing Allen Gail & Kermit Altendorfer Charlene Altman Julia M. Alvarez David A. & Mary Kate Ambler Mark R. Amott Christi & Jerry Anderson Eric N. & Bonnie J. Anderson Gary A. & Carlene T. Anderson Lance & Anne Anderson Sarah D. Anderson Rajesh & Meenu Aneja Steven N. Angell Thomas Angell Lawrence Appenfeller Joanne Schmidt Applegate & Charles L. Applegate Alan F. Arbogast, PhD & Jennifer Johnston Arbogast Katie Hart Armitage & Kenneth B. Armitage Gregg A. Arnold Jim & Denise F. Atkinson Jean E. Attebury, PhD

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FRIENDS Milton Avery Henry J. Avila Jayda N. Ayala Michael Ayala Denise L. & Maurice Ayers Angela Bader Jim Bailey Larry N. & Heather Baker Melody K. & Alan E. Baker Aileen C. Ball Scott A. & Diane M. Ball Lisa & Barry Ballentine Cindy Boerger Banks & Todd E. Banks Laurie Douglass Barnds & Ronald C. Barnds Elizabeth C. Banks James F. Barnes Paul & Becky Barnes George K. Bascom, MD & Roxanne M. Bascom Janet Schutte Bates & Wayne A. Bates Kathleen Sifford Baumann & James A. Baumann Michele Bax Robert C. Bearse, PhD & Margaret M. Bearse Larry K. Beck, MD & Judith A. Beck Ellen & Tim Bell Rebecca L. Bell Stuart R. Bell, PhD & Susan T. Bell Terri Gast Bell & Robert R. Bell H. W. Beningfield Stella A. Bentley Lisa Walter Beran & Gerald William Beran Jr. Diana Bernal Cynthia Berner Lilita Bickuviene Marcilee Wilson Bierlein Beverly A. Smith Billings Steven P. Billings, DDS & Debora K. Billings Ron & Carla Bingham J. Morgan Bishop Rodney Blackburn & Sandra Blackburn Sara Blackie Dar & Joel Blanchard Lee Ann Blessent Deborah L. & Michael R. Blinn Sue Blomberg Barry T. Bloom, MD & Alice Russell Bloom Craig T. Boddington Robert & Laurel A. Bondi Paul M. Borchardt & Susan Gatton Borchardt Michel J. & Sue E. Bower Bruce E. & Linda M. Bradley Cortez J. Bradley, EdD & Juanella Lloyd Bradley Stephen R. & Brenda L. Bradley Ruth Bradshaw Douglas J. & Jeri R. Braun Marci Newcomer Braybrooks & Alan Braybrooks Scott T. & Julie A. Brazier Linda G. Bredeson Brian F. Brim & Sherrill R. Morris, PhD Bernie & Linda Bristow Michael Broadwell Layne R. & Lesa G. Brock

Michael & Regina M. Brogan Larry M. Brow & Carla L. Tilghman Deborah K. Brown Shannon A. Brown Steven & Diane Brown Virginia L. Brown, EdD Kindra Estes Browne & Kevin M. Browne Ben & Jo Ann Brunner Brian E. & Kari Bunkers Robert M. Bunten III Martin Burch Michael J. & Suzanne Burke Stephen C. & Janelle Burns Daniel J. Burton & Susan Schutz Burton Jane Anderson Bush & James O. Bush Jr. Lisa E. & Mark D. Bushouse Sherri R. Buss James J. Butler Jr. & Yun Xiong Butler, PhD Michael B. & Lisa Byam George W. Byers Stephen R. & Jennifer Call Philip Callahan Joseph W. & Jane Camenzind Carol Campbell John & Katrina Canady Jim & Lee Carabajal Robert V. & Susan Carrillo Paul H. Carroll, MD & Debra Kay Carroll Richard S. & Kathy L. Carroll Rosalea Postma Carttar & Peter K. Carttar Jack E. Casper Jr. & Martha A. Greene Leonardo Castro Susan Spencer Catt & William D. Catt Nihat Cem Catherine M. & Paul E. Chambers Donna S. Chou & Jimmy Wang Cindy E. & Robert W. Christensen Ron Church Martin K. Cieslak Lori L. Cifor Charles E. Clark, PhD & Dr. Theresa Kaminski David & Nancy Clark Leigh W. Clark, PhD Dr. Leonard W. Clark Jr. & Leatha Dell Clark Penny L. Clark Gay Lynn Clock LaVerne Zaremba Coan & George T. Coan Jr. David C. & Jacqueline Cole Andrew G. Coleman & Shea Brennan Coleman Charles & Shirley Comeau Jon B. Comstock & Stephanie D. Ensinger Rick Connally Dennis M. Cooley, MD & Ellen Cooley Terry & Terri Cooper Thomas J. Coughlin Jeffrey L. & Caroline Cowger Timothy A. Crater, MD Janice L. Crouse Lori M. Crowl P. Karen Patterson Crump Linda Stewart Cruse & Randall Cruse Rick & Kandyce A. Cudney Ruth A. Dahl & David C. Dahl, MD

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Linda Roberts Dahm Mary M. Dalzell Deborah L. Dandridge John R. Degen & Katheigh Hull Degen Richard T. DeGeorge Martha A. DeGraw & Jim R. DeGraw Jr. Julie Dejean John Deleon Doug & Julie Dellasega Robert L. Dellwig G. Michael Denning, USMC, Ret. & Karen Abram Denning Blanca Diaz Rose Mary & Stephen DiMarco Kaleen E. Dolan Vickie Fu Doll & David W. Doll Bambi Donovan James & Peggy Donovan Case & Jennifer A. Dorman Kelley Dorsett Jennifer Lorin Dover & Steven Dover Marilyn Allen Dresser & Guy Dresser Marilyn Dressman Sarah A. Duckers & The Hon. Mark D. Davidson Kiet Duong John D. Sandra Dye Joyce E. East, PhD Christopher J. Ehly, MD & Julia Trudgen Ehly, MD Jennifer Lamb Eigsti & George S. Eigsti Jeffrey G. & Ann E. Elliott Steven Ellison Steve Elmendorf Leslie Elmore Michael & Carol Elstien Judith Zotika Emde & Ken Emde Lisa Carlson Emerick Laura Ada Emmett Mark C. & Carla D. Evans Monique Exposito Allan Farovitch & Roberta Steiner G. Steven & Vicki A. Farris Stephen B. Fawcett, PhD & Kathleen McCluskey-Fawcett, PhD William C. Feliciano Marc A. Felts, MD Jeff Feyh Jill A. Fincher James G. & Katherine S. Fisher Gregory N. & Lisa A. Flax Courtney Sweeney Foat & Andrew J. Foat Linda Foley Zachary C. Fondal Brian Fornesi Johanna Foster, PhD Barry J. Fowler Kathryn Stutz Franklin & Michael D. Franklin, MD Mary Franz Casey L. Freeman Cindy A. & Alan L. Freeman COL Donald R. Frew & Melissa Schneider Frew Larry J. Friesen, PhD Mary Ann Fuentes James Fuquay Maria Gallagher Darrell D. & Donna Garwood Gregory F. Geier & Ann Litman Geier Larry D. Geiger & Judith Jackson Geiger


FRIENDS Sheila Junker Geiger & John Geiger Michael A. Geller Jeffrey & Mary Georgoulis Robert J. Germinder Jr. & Teresa J. Germinder Raymond Giesler John H. Gilbert, MD & Ines Ascolese Gilbert Tammy Gillespie Cynthia Gilstrap Carol Lynn Glanville & John E. Glanville John & Terri Gochenour Mark Goddard Katherine Godwin Frederick A. Goenner II Susan D. Golen Brian D. & Holly Gonzales Marilu Goodyear Joanne Peterson Graham & Eric T. Graham Linda Gray Jerome & Kristi Greene Larry & Michele Gress Marilyn Leidig Gridley, PhD Sharon Carlson Griswold & Scott C. Griswold Kimberly Newton Gronniger & Daniel J. Gronniger Kathleen Gustafson Elizabeth Haberer Robert H. Hagen & Deborah R. Smith Tracy A. Hagerson & S. Dale McHenry Patrick & Nancy Hagin Elisabeth L. Hahn, PhD Debbie Hall Anh & Dave Halliburton Scott Glenn Halsey Beth Hammel Christopher C.O. Hanson & Mary McConnell Hanson David W. Harden, MD Richard F. Hardin Bruce & Cheryl Harding Anneliz Harford Dwight L. Harris Eleanor J. Harris & John H. McQuaid John Alexander Harrison V Zubair Hassan Ed & Brenda Hatchel Mary J. Hawkins Katherine E. Haynes Letty & Steve Haynes Steven P. & Julie R. Healey Anne D. & John H. Hedeman Aaron M. Hedges James Hedges Mark & Colleen S. Henderson Elisa Hennessy Donald W. Herbel, EdD & Linda Robbins Herbel Jack Herchenbach Anita Herzfeld, PhD Michael J. & Tracy L. Hess Allan K. Higdon & Judy Dold Higdon Lawrence G. & Sherrie Y. Hill Marsha L. Hill & Bruce R. Pouppirt Sherrie Y. & Lawrence G. Hill Norman & Deana Hills Richard H. Himes, PhD & Susan V. Himes Karen L. & John Himle

Laura Stevens Hobbs Elizabeth M. Hodyl Catherine Harper Hoefer Michael J. & Kathleen Hoffmann Elizabeth B. Holden Greg Holihan Pamela Hollowedel Reisha Holton Stephen C. Hoops, PhD & Shirley Neuhaus Hoops Kristina Hopp Gerald & Laura Horn Jeanette Scheopner Hornung & Joel E. Hornung, MD Beth Horvatic Janet Gorman Hoven & Donald R. Hoven Jr. Latisha M. Howard Jeanine Jagels Hruska & David Hruska Corey & Jackie Huelskamp Michael P. Hughes Rongqing Hui Robert & Cynthia Hull Shelly Hulsey Janet C. Hunter Larry W. & Julie B. Hunter Dennis D. & Elizabeth Hupe Carl A. Huslig Paul V. Hutchison John & Debra Hutton Kathleen A. Huycke Darrel & Christi Ingels Marianne R. & Daryl Irby Thomas & Pamela Ispas Jeffrey Isroff Melissa Jackson Marion Foster Jacques David F. & Lisa Jamis Colleen Jamison Ashley M. Jeffries & Herbert L. Benton George S. Jerkovich, MD Max Jester Carolyn Jeter Winston Jimenez Bruce H. & Margie Johnson Karen I. Johnson Kelly Johnson Richard Johnson William C. Johnson Jr. & Fran O’Brien Johnson Nancy Jorn & Stuart A. Beals Daniel J. Kadolph Steven L. & Amber S. Kane Michelle Karber Mary Katz Anthony J. & Rene Kaufman David J. & Patricia Kaufman Peggy S. & Michael B. Kaufman John M. Kawola Thomas M. Kearney & Teresa Louise Kearney Dan & Jane Keleher Robin L. Keller Charla Kelley Priscilla Kelly Thomas R. & Paula K. Kettell Karen R. & William E. Kidder Leonal W. & Joanna L. Kilgore Andre Kim Steven Kimbrell Larry Kime

Traci A. King Barbara Kirby Lee Klepper Mark & Gayle Knaack James & Vicki L. Kogl Christopher & Caroline Kolb Nancy Kollisch & Jeff Pressman Janice Kolomaya Missy & Bill Koppers Judith Johnson Kozak Jane Krause Daniel S. & Susan M.Krouse John E. Kuehl Bruce E. & Carolyn M. Kusmin David S. Kyner, PhD & Carol J. Kyner Roy A. & Kathy A. Lafferty Leticia Lago Nicola LaHerran Patricia & Randall L. Lair Vicki J. & William C. Laird Thomas W. & Jennifer L. Laming Brenda R. Lang Paige Protzmann Lanz & Timothy Lanz Kenneth E. Larson Thomas Lawrence Thomas & Karen M. Lebel Sheryl L. & Mark Lee Brett P. & Heather Leeth Todd A. & Christine L. Leinenbach Patricia Leitz Donald H. & Troie Lemire Lars E. Leon & Devonne Dillon Leon Debbie Leonard, CPA Rebecca A. & James Leslie Debi LeVieux Arlene Lutz Levin & Henry Arthur Levin Janey L. Levy, PhD Sharon Packer Lewis & Andrew R. Lewis Hong Li & Hui Ouyang Gretchen G. & Thomas D. Lichtenberger Mark F. Lierz, MD & Susan M. Lierz Lisa A. Linaweaver Brett Linder Mindy Lipowitz Michael J. Liston, MD Douglas C. & Georgette M. Lockwood Lon Lowenstein Kathryn Lowenthal Epifania Luna Todd R. Luther Thomas F. & Teri D. Lutz Mike Lynott Charles E. Mackey William D. Magee Jr. & Nancy Niemann Magee Gerald E. Magnuson Jr. Scott D. Mains James F. Majzan Ashok K. Malhotra Reed K. & Marianna Malm Theria Malone Linda L. & Mark S. Malott Catherine Mancuso Robbie R. & Meda-Marie Manes Brian K. & DeAnna D. Manke Maria Manriquez Edward & Dorothy Marlow Gregory Marr Robert H. & Patricia A. Marvin

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FRIENDS Earl L. & Malou Massel Mary Long Mavrovich Terry P. & Marleen Elizabeth Mawby Mary K. McCarthy & Mark T. Meyer Sean G. McCloskey John McCoy Michael McCoy Monty McCoy Peter W. McDonald William J. McDonnell Roger A. McDowell Ross & Deidre McEllhiney Michael G. & Gina McGuinness Monica A. & Randy J. McHenry Lisa M. & Keith C. McKenrick Donald J. & Debra L. McKenzie Carol Ann McNally Curtis E. & Debra L. McNay II Jane M. McNay Jerry M. & Shirle Bridges McNeal Lisa D. McPherson Michael & Karen McQuinn Susan Mechache Candie Medlin Lisa A. & Alex R. Meitzner Jose O. Melendez Anne Sharpe Melia & Thomas J. Melia Bruce D. Melin, M.D. & Christine R. Melin Robert W. Melton & Victor T. Cardell Richard B. & Lisa Merz Hugo & Diane Mesones Michael E. & Maria O. Meyers Tod & Kim Meyers Greg A. & Lea Ann Michels Joan M. & Lawrence B. Miller John S. & Rachel Buckwalter Miller Timothy A. Miller, Ph D & Tamara Dutton Traci Milliner Jami R. Miltenberger Karen S. & Gary W. Mitchell Melinda K. Mitchell William L. & Virginia Jean Mitchell Cheryl Mohr Joseph Monroe Jr. & Sharon N. Monroe David T. Moore Kathi Moore Lanora Bishop Moore Patricia Moore Philip B. & Vicki Moran Howard R. Morgan James Morgan Sadaria Morgan Lydia Morley Mona Smith Morrissey Gregory F. Muehlebach, MD & Victoria W. Muehlebach, MD Joseph E. & Suzanne M. Mumford Lynne E. Murrow William D. & Dana D. Myers Jessica L. & Bruce E. Nachtsheim Scott D. Naig & Dana Quick-Naig Catherine Ray & Terry J. Nance Kelley Stewart Naron M. Brent Nattrass Michael Naylor Bette K. Nelson Elizabeth A. Nelson Marilyn Y. & William Nelson Gregory R. Ness Patti A. & John H. Neumann

Jonathan L. Newkirk, MD & Carol S. Newkirk Faye Ng Xich L Nguyen Carol M. & Greg Nick Gregory Noe Beth Nolette Kevin D. Norris, MD Torrance M. Norris Mary Yowell North Nancy Novacek John L. & Susan L. Nuss Charles Nye Rhonda O’Dell Nihat Cem Oguz Tracy E. & Deidra Ohmart Andy & Paula M. Ohnemus Melanie Oliver David F. & Bobbi J. Olson James B. & Judith A. Orner Robert L. & Tonya J. Ortman Eric Outlaw The Reverend James G. Owens Kathy K. Pace Richard S. & Chris Paegelow Karen E. & Curtis A. Pahls Stephen Pankiewicz Colleen A. Parker Thomas A. & Sue Paulson Danny C. Peare Subtaveesuk & Jeannie Pechin Kimley Bailey Peck Neil & Sherrie Scogin Perkins Kristin Perry Amy A. Persechini Ravi & Ganga Perumparambil Jake & Lisa S. Peters John F. Peters Katherine Peterson Christopher Pfeifer Joseph E. & Cynthia J. Pfister Chinh T. & Hiem T. Phan Christopher A. & Michelle R. Philipp Leslye Phillips Kevin W. Piker Robert G. Pincus Susan Kidwell Pine Marie Hipp Plante Lisa M. & W. Michael Plattner Adam & Stacy Pogue Wendi Florio Power & Scott Power Sridevi Pradeep & Pradeep Muthalpuredathe Mary Kay Prather & Thomas V. Jacobsmeyer Wayne V. Prather David C. Prendergast, MD & Beth Mohr Prendergast Leslie Granger Prentice & James L. Prentice Juliet C. Prescod Anna Pribyl Jarrell J. Priess Melissa Pritts Timothy F. Prohaska & Eileen Detmer Prohaska Hilda Puebla Daniel J. Pullen Jennifer M. Pumphrey Clifton L. Pye & Deborah K. Pye, PhD Anne M. Quinlan Stephen M. Quinlan

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Linda Rafert Gurpreet & Jeiven Randhawa Scott Raymer Brett A. & Kathryn Meade Reber Beena M. Reddy, MD & Achutha N. Reddy, MD Michele Reed Michelle Brouillette Reinig Fred & Donna Remer Stephanie Foley Render Christie Reed Reniger & John C. Reniger Joseph Kent Reynolds Jr. & Catherine A. Reynolds Jeffrey P. Rhoads, MD Christina D. Ricci & Lawrence R. Ricci, DO Jack E. & Judy B. Rickerson D. Kevin Rieder Wilma Rife Robert A. & Debbie Rifkin Ruth A. Riley Sharon M. Riley Joan M. & Joe Riscoe Naaman D. & Jennifer McCabe Ritchie Teresa Robertson Richard & Deborah Robinson Teresa Roby Kevin & Kristine Roger Debra Rogers Maureen Rogers Dan & Annette S. Rohde Marijo Teare Rooney, PhD & H. Davis Rooney Michael & Helen Rosenberg Brian Rosenblum William & Jody Rosenthal Janet M. Ross Mary Miller Ross, PhD Timothy W. & Lori L. Ross Christopher G. & MaryAnn M. Rowe Joseph M. Rowley Jr. Kevin S. & Debbie Royer Shannon Royer, CPA & William J. McTaggart Sara H. Rubida Andrew A. & Kathleen B. Rupp Paul A. Rupp Heather Rutler Kris & David Saggau Rosa M. Salazar-Peterson & Andrew Townsend Peterson Hillel Samisch Mary P. Santarelli Alisa Sattem Kristi L. & Mark T. Sauntry Stephen & Marianne Saussy Brenda J. & John Savvides Dianna Schaefer Dennis R. & Merrill A. Schapker Fredric S. & Caroline Ann Scheff Arnold & Kathy Schmidtberger Christopher G. Schneider George Schneider Daniel H. & Rebecca Ozier Schulte John P. Schulte Susan Schulte Brian & Jane F. Schumacher Bruce & Brenda Schumacher Thomas J. & Marikay Schwaller John A. Schwin III Steven A. Scott


Timothy Seckel Barbara F. & Barry W. Seidman Bill E. Self Jr. & Cindy L. Self Melinda Burrows Shane Carol J. Shankel & Delbert M. Shankel, PhD Herbert A. Shanks & Cynthia Oldberg Shanks Cindy Shelby Jan Bowen Sheldon, PhD & James A. Sherman Debra A. & Reade S. Sievert Ana Silva Arden B. & Debbie Silverman Jack D. Silvers Mark A. Simerly Paramjeet Singh Antoinette Singletary The Hon. Fred N. Six & Lilian O. Six Michael G. Skoch, MD & Virginia D. Skoch Michael J. Slattery & Rebecca McAbee-Slattery Bonita Slipke Christopher J. Smith Darrell & Sylvia J. Smith Glee S. Smith Jr. & Geraldine B. Smith Randall J. Snapp & Beth Bertelsmeyer Snapp Michael F. Sobek Richard F. Sosinski, MD Robert L. Sourk, MD Mary Spies Speckin & Paul D. Speckin Susan M. Speckman Henry D. Spingola Jr. & Alice L. Spingola Saroja Srinivasan Wendy Starr Phyllis L. Steer, MD & James A. Steer Jr. William T. Stephenson II, MD & Amy Stephenson Cheryl Ann Stevenson-Drogosch Eric D. & Geri L. Stinson JoAnn & Brit D. Stoskopf Timothy & Nicki Strickland John B. Sturgeon, MD & Samantha Lee Sturgeon

Mark D. Sudermann Bridgette Sutter Pamela A. Swedlund Anne Williams Talbott & Bret M. Talbott Alece Tanner Steven N. & Lelia A. Tanner Alison Adams Tappan & Gray Tappan Stephen D. Tarver, MD & Kristi J. Tarver Orley R. Taylor, PhD & Toni L. Taylor Deb & Ron Teeter Marianne A. & Stephen V. Tennant Joseph M. & Traci Thelen David H. Thiel & Sarah Goodwin Thiel David M. & Karen E. Thimmig Daniel C. & Beverly S. Thoenen Victoria Thomas, JD & Roger O. Lambson, PhD Daryl W. Thompson William & Deborah Thompson Susan A. & Curtis L. Tideman Fernando Toledo Daniel Tong Richard & Angela Treinen William D. & Susan K. Trudo Michelle Truman William Turek Austin H. & Ruth A. Turney Angela Umali Jeffrey L. & Mary Ungerer University Women’s Club James K. Utt Mary J. & Roger L. Vanlandingham Balaji Vatsavaya David & Denise VerVelde Kevan A. Vick & Gail Ellena Vick Tracey Voegeli Karen Wagenbaur Jana Wagner Leilani L. & Michael S. Wagner Lisa Bergman Walker & Timothy K. Walker Lori J. & Scott K. Walker Amy Ottinger Walters & David R. Mouille, PhD David M. & Lenise Ward

Susan Warden Randy Warner Ramona C. Warren, MD Judy & Daniel Wartick Mark O. & Susan C. Waters Susan Ginter Watson Corey & Lisa Weber Eric D. Weber & Dana A. Whitledge Blaine & Mary Kay Weeks Jeffery B. Weinberg & Mary Haynes Weinberg Shane A. Welliver Blake C. & Christine R. Wells Jeffrey R. Wesche & Anita Johnson Wesche Susan Wesselowski Scott A. Wetschensky & Sallie Blankenship Wetschensky Gregory J. & Kathryn M. Whaley Charles R. & Kindra Whitfill David Whitman Beth M. & David M. Whittaker Lanette M. Wickham & Frank J. Rebori John & Elizabeth Wickstrom Glenna F. Wilber Bryan E. & Rochelle F. Wilkins Maley K. Wilkins & John M. Wilkins Jr. John & Monica P. Wilmsen Beth B. Wilson Chase C. Wilson John G. & Joanne N. Windom Larry R. & Susan B. Winter Pamela Riley Winterman Diva H. Withers & Lawrence D. Withers II Jeff L. Wolfe & Barbara Blinn Wolfe Robert Wolfrum & Marica L. Koenig Judith M. Wolters Jennifer A. Womack Michael Womack Cheuk H. & Lily H. Wong Brian R. & Lorrie L. Wood William S. & Michelle Wooden Roberta G. & Julie Woodrick Jennie T. Yonkers Karen Holden Young & Peter A. Young Frank L. Zima Sabra Zipsie

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Annual Review 2014-15  

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