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DEAN’S WELCOME

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2011 ANNUAL REPORT

EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LUMPKIN COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND APPLIED SCIENCES

10 POINTS OF PRIDE

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SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

COLLEGE OUTREACH BUSINESS SOLUTIONS CENTER

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COMINGS AND GOINGS

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INTEGRATIVE LEARNING

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THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

THE SCHOOL OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES

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THE SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY

THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE

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FACULTY HIGHLIGHTS

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STUDENT HONORS

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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

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ADVISORY BOARDS

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DONOR RECOGNITION

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OFFICE OF THE DEAN

JEANNE SNYDER, Associate Dean

MAHYAR IZADI, Dean MAHYAR IZADI Dean JEANNE SNYDER Associate Dean LISA DALLAS Assistant to the Dean for Academic Computing MARY HENNIG Assistant to the Dean for Undergraduate Certification DIANE INGLE Assistant to the Dean for Administration JONATHAN MCKENZIE Assistant to the Dean for College Communications SANDI THIELE Office Manager DARLA COMBS Office Manager

Thank you for taking the time to review our 2011 Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences (LCBAS) Annual Report. As you will see, we have enjoyed a busy year with many success stories to share. 2

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As a national leader in “Going Green,” Eastern has been at the cutting edge of integrating energy and natural resource savings into every facet of our campus. Likewise, your friends in LCBAS have been a reliable supporter of these efforts, but more than that, we have been leading the way in the integration of clean and renewable energy curriculum within our classroom settings. As part of these efforts, the School of Technology will offer a concentration in the area of alternative energy and sustainability. The program consists of 15 semester hours taken from courses in a range of topics that will include technical and managerial aspects of alternative energy and sustainability and melds well with the goals of our new Applied Engineering and Technology program. With the construction of EIU’s new Renewable Energy Center, Eastern has replaced an antiquated coal-fired steam plant with a modern, environmentally friendly facility that burns natural materials like wood chips in the production of steam to heat and cool campus. Likewise, the new Renewable Energy Center itself, complete with an onsite classroom, will offer our students the opportunity to enhance thier learning in the exciting field of renewable and alternative energies. Providing students with unique learning experiences that expand beyond the classroom setting is what we refer to as “integrative learning,” an important and unique process which focuses on our students, connecting them to “real-world” opportunities and “hands-on” learning that is imperative to their future careers.

Whether by way of our Securities Analysis Center, the Child Development Lab, Commercial Kitchen, our Technology Labs or encouraging students to take part in Study Abroad and Independent Study Programs, your friends in LCBAS are providing students the necessary tools to fully integrate their classroom learning with vital, career-supporting activities outside of the traditional classroom. The Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences is literally leading the way! As a College, we are proud of the support we receive from our many alumni and friends, without which our programs would lack the strength and vitality they possess. Most importantly, thank you for helping mentor our graduates as they enter the work force. I am both pleased and reassured each time a story is relayed to me of fellow Eastern alumni helping mentor recent graduates in their careers. Remember, every Eastern graduate benefits from the success of fellow alumni, because each success story further substantiates to hiring agents that Eastern is the place to “kick-start” a successful career, thanks in no small part to our emphasis on integrative learning! Best wishes for the coming year and hold on to your hats; the success we’ve documented in our 2011 annual report is only a precursor of what’s to come!

Mahyar Izadi, Dean


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10 POINTS OF PRIDE

10 PRIDE POINTS OF

AT THE LUMPKIN COLLEGE OF

BUSINESS AND APPLIED SCIENCES

Eight nationally accredited programs with a clear mission and vision insure that our students receive a quality education.

Our study abroad programs have a high rate of student participation with program options in the Netherlands, Italy, South Africa, Latin America and Asia.

Twenty-nine active Registered Student Organizations provide opportunities for leadership, personal and professional development, and philanthropic endeavors.

Faculty emphasize relationship-driven education and believe in supporting and encouraging their students.

We intentionally promote and enhance integrative learning, which contributes to the personal and academic development of our students.

Research and creative activity projects foster collaboration between faculty and students and serve to enhance teaching, learning and scholarship.

Teaching and learning laboratories and facilities with state-ofthe-industry equipment promote hands-on learning.

We promote and support the use of highly effective, reliable and innovative academic technologies for our faculty and students.

Our vital graduate programs are recognized for their commitment to excellence.

Our smaller class sizes allow for students to receive personalized attention.

WE ARE FULL OF PRIDE AND WE HOPE YOU ARE, TOO! The Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences has a long and proud tradition of providing the best quality education to our students. We are committed to strengthening not only the classroom experiences our students receive, but to offer a well-rounded, interactive learning environment. Students are encouraged to participate in study abroad programs, internships, collaborative undergraduate research opportunities and interactive learning programs. We endeavor to prepare our students for meaningful careers that will enhance their lives, enriching them personally, professionally and academically. So, share the following “Points of Pride” about your alma mater with friends and colleagues. After all, it doesn’t hurt to be boastful once in a while! LCBAS Annual Report

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SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS AWARD

The Distinguished Alumnus Award, first presented in 1973, is the most prestigious award bestowed by the Eastern Illinois University Alumni Association. This award is presented to individuals who have distinguished themselves in either academic or literary fields, business, public service and/or service to the university and who, through their accomplishments and service, have brought prestige to their alma mater. Among the 2010 Distinguished Alumnus Award recipients are two graduates of the Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences. Michael Cunningham ’70, ’73 (Accounting, MBA) Retired as senior vice president and chief financial officer of ING Canada after holding several senior-level positions with the company, including executive vice president and chief financial officer of ING Americas.  The global financial services firm is active in banking, insurance and asset management in 60 countries and has more than 115,000 employees.  A U.S. Army veteran, Michael worked for Ernst & Young after graduating from EIU and later served as executive vice president and chief financial officer at Integon before joining ING.  Chuck Witters ’68 (Business Education) Recognized as the top commercial real estate broker in Las Vegas, he joined Lee & Associates in 1984 and has an extensive background in office marketing, consulting, investment and land sales.  He has been an “Active Office” member of the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors for 20 years, served on the SIOR National Board of Directors twice, 4

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and was a nine-year Trustee of the SIOR Foundation. Having served on the board of directors for the Southern Nevada Chapter of NAIOP for seven years, he has been voted the Top Office Broker in Las Vegas by NAIOP eight times. A member of EIU’s capital campaign steering committee, he served as an executive-in-residence for the School of Business.

LOUIS V. HENCKEN ALUMNI SERVICE AWARD

The Louis V. Hencken Alumni Service Award, first presented in 1988, is awarded annually by the Eastern Illinois University Alumni Association to alumni who have repeatedly displayed outstanding voluntary service to the university. In 2007 the name was changed to the Louis V. Hencken Alumni Service Award in honor of Eastern’s outgoing president. Lou Hencken served Eastern in a variety of administrative positions for more than 40 years and was named university president on Aug. 1, 2001. He retired from the presidency on June 30, 2007. The 2010 recipient was a graduate of the Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences. Carl Dolson ’76 (Accounting) A partner at McGladrey & Pullen LLP and a managing director of RSM McGladrey, his commitment to EIU dates to his days as the firm’s recruiting representative at the university in the late ‘80s.  Since that time, he has served on both the business advisory and accountancy advisory boards, including serving as chair of the latter from 1996-1998, and was instrumental in the creation of the accountancy board’s endowment fund.  In 2009, he was EIU’s Beta Gamma Sigma chapter honoree for his work in the business field.

HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENT

As part of the annual spring commencement ceremonies, Eastern awards honorary degrees to alumni and friends of the university who have excelled in their professional lives, bringing national recognition both to their alma mater and to their field of study. In the spring of 2011, the university selected only one such recipient, and the Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences was most pleased that the recipient was one of our very own. Stephen A. Gosselin ’79 (Finance) As a business leader, philanthropist and volunteer, Mr. Gosselin is a passionate advocate of his alma mater, Eastern Illinois University. A native of Aurora, Ill., Mr. Gosselin is vice president of the Customer Service Support Division at Caterpillar, Inc., where he is responsible for growing Caterpillar’s aftermarket parts and services business. Mr. Gosselin is a member of the EIU Heritage Society and provides significant support for programs and scholarships. He is a recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award and has served on the EIU Alumni Association Board of Directors for six years. In Fall 2010, Mr. Gosselin also served as an executive-in-residence for the School of Business.  He currently serves as a board member for the United States Energy Association, and has given time, energy and contributions to the communities in which he has lived. A few of the agencies to which he has given service include the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation, United Way of San Diego County, San Diego Center for Children, Community Foundation of Central Illinois and the Greater Illinois Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.


FALL 2010 COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER Alumni and friends of the university are called upon as part of each commencement exercise to provide words of motivation, advice and encouragement. The Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences was delighted that the Fall 2010 Commencement Speaker was a graduate of our Business Education program.

Jim Evans ’68 (Business Education) A 2002 recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the EIU Alumni Association, Jim Evans is an acknowledged industry leader in management and global hospitality. His track record spans 30 years of leadership and a special ability in domestic and international sales and marketing. In his capacity as CEO with Jenny Craig International, he built a leadership team that took the company to unprecedented growth. As president and CEO of Best Western International, Mr. Evans and his team revived the brand and its market position, and led its competitive set the last three years he was CEO. He held a leadership position, focusing on guest and employee satisfaction, revenue growth and market share during Promus Hotel Corporation’s reorganization and operational transition of Embassy Suites and Doubletree. In his sales and marketing tenure with Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, he established international sales offices, and instituted a national accounts and database marketing program that greatly increased revenues.  Mr. Evans established Ardent Hospitality Advisors with his partner, Si Sloman, based upon his desire to build a hospitality company founded on heart, passion and strong business principles. Since Ardent’s founding in 2006, Mr. Evans and his team have re-engineered a select group of hotels from positions of critical weakness to significant improvement.

WE EXTEND A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALUMNI AND FRIENDS FOR MAKING POSITIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO YOUR PROFESSIONS AND TO THE COMMUNITIES IN WHICH YOU RESIDE. YOU MAKE EASTERN AND LCBAS PROUD! - Mahyar Izadi, Dean LCBAS Annual Report

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BUSINESS SOLUTIONS CENTER

JEANNE DAU, Director

JEANNE DAU Director STAN THURMAN Counselor JENNIFER ZUNIGA Office Manager

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COLLEGE OUTREACH Economic gardening or “growing our own entrepreneurs” is the goal of Eastern Illinois University’s Business Solutions Center, the outreach arm of the College’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. In our third year, we have found new ways to champion entrepreneurship and positively impact the economy in east-central Illinois. Director Jeanne Dau, Counselor Stan Thurman and Office Manager Jennifer Zuniga are very fortunate to collaborate with a record number of 95 volunteers, 41 financial partners and many more strategic partners as we strive to assist new startup enterprises, expand or retain existing businesses, strengthen nonprofits and provide relevant business training. We rely heavily on feedback from our clients and two advisory boards to ensure entrepreneurial support services meet the ever-changing community needs.

COUNSELING AND CONSULTING

The BSC staff, assisted by the Charleston SCORE Chapter, counseled 121 new and existing businesses and nonprofit organizations. This counseling yielded: 13 new business start-ups, one expansion, 72 new jobs and 13 retained jobs. Ten loans were secured and $2,679,500 in capital was raised. Some of the businesses that opened their doors with our assistance were: an obstacle course/amusement park, health food store, IT consulting firm, speculative oil drilling company, financial services firm, online auction company, winery and coffee shop. Some of the services requested included assistance with: feasibility studies, business plans, sales strategies, marketing research, financial analysis, record keeping, licensing/permits, legal designations and patents/trademark assistance. Nonprofit agencies received consulting in: strategic planning, teambuilding, fundraising, business development, historic renovation/restoration and revolving loan fund creation.

in-class six-session program (Charleston eighth grade); a half-day Clark County Entrepreneurship Workshop (CaseyWestfield, Martinsville and Marshall high schools); and one-hour “Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Entrepreneur?” class (Arcola, Charleston, Dieterich, Effingham, Marshall, Newton, Sacred Heart, St. Anthony, Sullivan and Vandalia). Jeanne Dau spoke at teacher training conferences promoting entrepreneurial experiential learning exercises to business teachers. The BSC also conducted assessments and served on an advisory committee for Effingham County’s Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) class. Dr. Karen Drage and her students worked with the Charleston Teen Reach Center to participate in National Lemonade Day.

TRAINING

The BSC, partnering with EIU Student Volunteer Services, recruited EIU students to help local businesses start a Facebook page in the Facebook 101 training. Other trainings for businesses and nonprofits included: Constant YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP Contact Social Media Training, How to Start a Business and Turning Your A record number, 1,746, of K-12 Passion Into Profit. Customized students participated in our youth trainings included: Sarah Bush Lincoln programming that promotes Health Systems’ Leadership Academy, entrepreneurship as a viable career Medical Staff Academy, Marathon option. Programming includes: Camp e3 – energizing emerging entrepreneurs, Management 101 and Business a three-and-a-half day overnight camp/ Writing, Lincoln Heritage and Post Oaks Flats RC&D Board Development, and business pitch competition held at EIU School of Business’s Ethics in Motion, in the summer; Junior Achievement’s

You’re Hired and Capstone Exams. The Consultant Connection, a new peer-to-peer networking group, has met bi-monthly to promote learning in an informal environment. Lawyers, consultants, insurance agents and social media experts shared their knowledge with interested business owners. Global Entrepreneurship Week was celebrated in November with many activities on campus. The “Going Global: See How it is Done” presentation by Bill Lada and World Trade Illinois, was one of the programs scheduled. Also, a crowd of potential angel investors and venture capitalists gathered for the second annual Prairie Spark Regional Investment Forum to hear business pitches from Nuvixa, Lamboo Inc., Midwest Reclamation and Excavation and Jangee Venture, LLC. A total of 1,010 people participated in the trainings listed above.

CHEERLEADING AND CHAMPIONING ENTREPRENEURSHIP

A record crowd attended the BSC/ SCORE Breakfast highlighting Karen Wolters, founder of Ignite USA, who spoke on the topic, “It is Never Too Late to Start a Business.” Director Jeanne Dau was awarded the Dreamers and Doers Award from the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) and the Oklahoma State University School of Entrepreneurship at the Experiential Classroom XI. LCBAS Annual Report

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COMINGS AND GOINGS Each year we are proud to welcome new faculty and staff members and each year we extend best wishes to those leaving for retirement or other positions.

DR. KESHA COKER

DR. DAVID FLEMING

DR.YOSHIE LORD

DR. JAMES SYSKO

DR. RICHARD WANG

MS. SONYA FOSTER

Joining the college as new faculty and instructors for the 2010-2011 academic year were Dr. Kesha Coker, Dr. David Fleming, Dr. Yoshie Lord, Dr. James Sysko and Dr. Richard Wang, School of Business; and Ms. Kristen DiFilippo, Ms. Sonja Foster, Ms. Sara Namken and Dr. Katherine Shaw, School of Family and Consumer Sciences. New support staff members joining the college were Ms. Amy Stone, Mr. Joe Wallace and Ms. Christine Ward, School of Business; and Mr. Jonathan McKenzie, Office of the Dean.

Faculty and staff retiring or accepting other positions during the 2010-2011 academic year included Mr. Ted Genders, Ms. Jan Hickox, Ms. Roann Kopel, Ms. Leslie Love, Mr. Tim Mills, Ms. Toni Smith and Mr. Dave Arseneau, School of Business; Ms. Mary Lou Hubbard, Dr. Pat McCallister and Ms. Carolyn Woolever, School of Family and Consumer Sciences; and Dr. Sam Guccione and Dr. Mandy Wu, School of Technology. MS. SARA NAMKEN

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INTEGRATIVE LEARNING

“We are proud of the learning environment within each of the academic programs in our College. When our students leave Eastern, they possess a wealth of classroom and hands-on learning that allows them to begin contributing immediately to their chosen professions.” - Dean Mahyar Izadi

Students who complete our programs are well prepared to join their chosen business, not-forprofit or government organizations. As a professional college, we focus on our students’ academic and professional preparation and development. We use a practical approach to prepare our students which allows them to combine their classroom knowledge with “real world” experiences. Our goals reflect the university’s goal to make EIU the best in the nation at integrating the academic and personal development of our students. Classroom and extracurricular activities are designed to

help students connect their academic preparation with “real world” practices. We are committed to offering the best integrative experience to our students. With your help, we can be the best in the nation at preparing students to be ready to take that next step in their lives -- professional employment, graduate school or whatever path they choose.

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BUSINESS Dr. Patrick Lach, Assistant Professor of Finance, received an Excellence in the Use of Technology Award for his use of technology in the classroom. This award was given by the university’s Center for Academic Technology Support (CATS). INTEGRATIVE LEARNING

Cheryl Noll, Chair CHERYL NOLL Chair CHRISTIE ROSZKOWSKI Associate Chair TONI SMITH CHRISTINE WARD Director of Administration KATHY SCHMITZ Director of the Student Center for Academic & Professional Development LISA CANIVEZ RENEE STROUD Academic Advisers KAY AMYX DIANNE ENSIGN MELISSA GORDON JAIME HENDRIX LESLIE LOVE AMELIA STONE Support Staff TED GENDERS ROBERT KING JOE WALLACE Lumpkin Hall Computer Lab Staff

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In the School of Business, we consider integrative learning to have been one of our strengths for some time. Our students are provided with appropriate subject content within each course, and they are also presented with a wide range of extra-curricular and professional development opportunities that encourage them to assimilate their learning experiences within the classroom with those outside the classroom. Our students have these opportunities available to them because of the generous support of our donors. We are grateful to them for their support.

DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS

The School of Business Executivein-Residence Program brings executives and entrepreneurs together with students. In the fall semester, Mr. Steve Gosselin, Vice President of Customer Services Support for Caterpillar, Inc., served as an executive-in-residence. In the spring semester, Ms. Judy Ethell, Operating Partner at Thompson Street Capital Partners, visited campus as an executive-inresidence.

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The School of Business was proud to sponsor events in celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week in November. Mr. Bill Skeens, Founder and President of Prairie City Bakery, presented, “From Dorm Room Start-up to the Official Cookie of the Chicago Cubs and Beyond.” In addition, Mr. Mike Yager, CEO and founder of Mid-America Motorworks, talked about his success in his presentation titled, “From Local Entrepreneur to Global Enterprise.” As part of the Bertrand P. Holley Business Ethics and Social Responsibility Series, author and speaker Mr. Justin Paperny visited campus and held two presentations that were open to the public: “Lessons from Prison” and “Ethics in Motion.” Additionally, Mr. Paperny visited several School of Business classes while on campus, in order to discuss topics related to business ethics. The third annual Young Professionals Series was held in the spring. The program is a professional development tool designed to provide students with practical advice from recent EIU School of Business alumni. This year, the


School of Business welcomed the following alumni back to campus as part of the Young Professionals Series: Jenna Anderson, Account Manager at PMT Advertising/ Dealer HD; Jennifer Clement, Finance Trainee at State Farm; Caleb Freeman, Owner/Lead Consultant at Freeman-Richards Consulting; Marina Goldshteyn, Marketing Coordinator at Crate & Barrel Corporate Headquarters; Alex Guttosch, Membership Adviser at the Lakeshore Sport & Fitness Club; Barbara Moore, Tax Analyst at State Farm; Elias Sahyouni, Client Server Support Analyst at Country Financial; Ryan Zarlengo, Manager of Sports Services for the Chicago White Sox; and Tony Zipparro, Cofounder of the Local Lister.

EXCELLENCE IN OUR BUSINESS STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

The Student Financial Planning Association participated in the second annual Financial Planning Day, which is rotated between Eastern Illinois University and University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign. This year the event was hosted by UIUC. The Student Financial Planning Association also hosted a Finance Alumni Roundtable event through EIU’s School of Business to welcome alumni with finance degrees back to campus to share their expertise with our current students. Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) sent six members to the Illinois HR Games, where the EIU team earned first place. In February, six members and two sponsors of EIU’s Student Chapter of SHRM traveled to Dekalb, Ill., to participate in the

annual Illinois HR Games and Conference, hosted by Northern Illinois University.  Two MIS students who are members of EIU’s chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), brought home a second-place finish in the COBOL competition from the National Collegiate Conference in Orlando, Fla. The chapter also cohosted the event. The Association of Information Technology Professionals was named the winner of the “Region 5 Outstanding Student Chapter Award” for 20092010. This award is a testament to the dedication and efforts of the members of AITP. EIU’s chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) was

also recognized for its excellence. At the 50th annual Marketing Conference held in St. Louis, Mo., in February 2011, EIU’s AMA chapter was awarded the Dik Twedt AMA Student Chapter Award for the second consecutive year. This is the top award at the conference and recognizes the EIU American Marketing Association student chapter as outstanding in all areas. Beta Alpha Psi students continued their partnership with the Embarras Volunteer Service. For the past seven years, these two organizations have partnered to hold service days in which members of Beta Alpha Psi visit local nature preserves, centers and state parks to assist with clean-up and maintenance efforts. Beta Alpha Psi students attended the Midwest Regional meeting LCBAS Annual Report

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in Indianapolis, Ind., and officers accomplishments and service. attended the national meeting in San Additionally, Mr. Carl Dolson (‘76) Jose, Calif. was the recipient of the 2010 Louis V. Hencken Alumni Service Award Members of EIU’s School of in recognition of his long-term and Business Student Investment continuous service to the School of Society attended the 2011 R.I.S.E. Business and the university. (Redefining Investment Strategy Education) Investment Forum that We congratulate our alumni for being was held in March. The Student recognized for their extraordinary Investment Society took First talents, successes in their chosen Place in the Core Investment Style fields, and service to EIU and the category at the competition. School of Business.

ALUMNI RECOGNITION

The School of Business 2010 Distinguished Alumnus was Mr. Richard Levi, Founder and CEO of Levi, Ray, and Shoup (LRS) which provides information technology solutions to a wide variety of organizations. Mr. Steve Gosselin (’79) was honored as the Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter Honoree at the recent member induction ceremony. Mr. Gosselin was also recognized by the university with an Honorary Degree in Public Service at the spring commencement ceremony, as a business leader, philanthropist, volunteer and advocate for his alma mater. He is currently the Vice President of Customer Services Support at Caterpillar, Inc. Three School of Business alumni were recognized by the EIU Alumni Association for their accomplishments and support of Eastern. Michael Cunningham (‘70, ‘73) and Chuck Witters (‘68) were honored as 2010 Distinguished Alumni. The Distinguished Alumni Award is the most prestigious award bestowed by the EIU Alumni Association to recognize outstanding 12

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FACULTY RECOGNITION

Five faculty members joined the School of Business this year. Kesha Coker, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, and David Fleming, Ph.D., University of South Florida-Tampa, joined the Marketing faculty. Yoshie Lord, Ph.D., Temple University, and Richard Wang, Ph.D., Victoria University of Wellington, became members of the Accountancy faculty. James Sysko, J.D., Widener University School of Law, joined the Management faculty, specializing in Business Law and Ethics. Additionally, Marko Grünhagen, Ph.D., was named the Lumpkin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship. Dr. Grünhagen is currently a member of the Marketing faculty; in his new role, he has taken the reins of the Entrepreneurship minor and has built membership in the School of Business entrepreneurship student organization. Several faculty members were recognized at the university level for their achievements. Dr. Patrick Lach, Assistant Professor of Finance, received an “Excellence

in the Use of Technology” award for his use of technology in the classroom. This award was given by the University’s Center for Academic Technology Support (CATS). Dr. Marko Grünhagen, Lumpkin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, was honored as a 2010 recipient of a University Achievement and Contribution Award in the area of service. In addition, Ms. Vicki Hampton received the EIU Student Government’s Distinguished Professor Award for Academic Support. Two faculty-led study abroad trips were held this year. Dr. David Boggs and Dr. Patrick Lach led the annual summer trip to Maastricht, the Netherlands. Additionally, Dr. Marko Grünhagen took a group of students to China. In total, 29 students participated in faculty-led study abroad trips in the School of Business. Dr. Laura Lucia Palacios, Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Management, from the University of Zaragoza in Spain, served as a visiting scholar in the School of Business at Eastern Illinois University during the Fall 2010 semester. The School of Business is privileged to have such outstanding faculty who are critical to the success of the School of Business.


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FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Ms. Kathy Rhodes, instructor, received the Office of Academic and Professional Development Director’s Award in April 2011, which was presented by The School of Continuing Education. Ms. Rhodes is pictured assisting students in the Commercial Kitchen.

JAMES PAINTER, Chair JAMES PAINTER Chair KARLA KENNEDY-HAGAN Assistant Chair ROSE MYERS-BRADLEY Academic Adviser FELICIA MAGEE MICHELLE MORGAN Support Staff

Ms. Carolyn Woolever, a familiar face in the classroom and on campus, retired in December 2010. Ms. Woolever was a devoted instructor teaching family courses for more than 13 years. Her favorite teaching assignment was the Elderhostel program that was offered during summer session. She particularly enjoyed interacting with the participants whose ages ranged through the life

cycle. Often students sought out courses she taught, such as Family Relationships, Child Development and Death and Dying. In addition to teaching, Ms. Woolever secured funds from both the Redden grants and Winkelblack Family Fund grants to use toward teaching. Ms. Woolever is enjoying her retirement. Her time has been occupied with church activities, visits to her four grown children and enjoying her eight grandchildren. Life doesn’t get any better than that!

RELAY FOR LIFE

2011 marks the sixth year that the School of Family and Consumer Sciences faculty and students have participated in the EIU -- Relay for Life campaign hosted on the EIU campus. Dr. Kathleen O’Rourke is the driving force behind the organized efforts to heighten awareness of cancer and raise money for cancer research. Dr. O’Rourke first got involved in the spring of 2005 and quickly engaged FCS students and faculty to get involved, too. She targeted students in the various FCS organizations and it paid off. In fact, student involvement has grown such that the School of Family and Consumer Sciences now has two teams: Team FCS and the Student Dietetic Association Team. Each

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team is comprised of 12 students and various faculty members. Dr. O’Rourke was honored to be the keynote speaker at the most recent event, speaking on cancer survivorship and cancer awareness. She was also involved with the Cancer Survivor Dinner in early April which drew in 30 participants from campus and the Charleston community.

STUDENT AWARD

Due to a generous donation from Visa, the Office of the Illinois State Treasurer presented a brand new Apple laptop valued at $1,200 to the School of Family and Consumer Sciences to award to a deserving student. To qualify as a recipient, the students had to have an interest in teaching personal finance and consumer economics at the high school level. To apply, students were required to submit an innovative lesson plan or curricular tool that would aid in the instruction of personal finance topics, including investing, budgeting, risk management, planning for career or college, saving and retirement. Valerie Zentmyer was the recipient of the laptop.

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Ms. Kathy Rhodes is one of those people. Ms. Rhodes received the Office of Academic and Professional Development Director’s Award in April 2011, which was presented by The School of Continuing Education. The award is a reflection of outstanding leadership and service to the Office of Academic and Professional Development in the areas of credit and non-credit programming. During the summer, Ms. Rhodes teaches through The School of Continuing Education, including a Children’s Cooking Academy, and coordinates Italian cooking courses and wine-tasting courses with Italian faculty from the Culinary Institute in Florence, Italy.

FOODS LAB

While the renovated quantity foods lab was functional and passed inspection by the Illinois Department of Public Health in the summer of 2010, the lab was missing several large pieces of equipment. But that didn’t dampen anyone’s spirit; instead, the students were thrilled to be the first to use the lab and it turned out to be a great year. Additional lab renovations continue to move forward. During the past year, funds were provided to build an office flanked with two large windows of commercial glass for observation. One window allows the faculty inside the office to observe students in the kitchen. The second window allows the faculty and students an area to observe into a space that will eventually be the dining area. In addition to purchasing small wares, such as regular and perforated hotel pans, braziers and dining room supplies, a convection oven, combi oven and tilt skillet were ordered and will be installed once they arrive.

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quality meals for healthier lives. The program seeks to help senior citizens improve their nutrition, sustain their independence and enhance the quality of their life by providing meals, fellowship and connections to other needed services. A budget of more than $2.8 million is raised from various grants and donations to provide 1,600 meals daily to more than 70 sites in 14 counties. Services include home-delivered meals, congregate meals, nutrition education, needs assessment and outreach. Sites utilize more than 1,200 volunteers each year for the provision of meals and services. Peace Meal is particularly proud of the implementation of innovative programs in recent years, including Soup and Salad Bars and Restaurant Programs. These programs have helped draw new people to Peace Meal while still meeting the needs of our long-term clients.

ABC PROGRAM

Interest in the Alternative Bachelor’s for Child Care Education Program (ABC Program) increased significantly in 2010. Inquiries nearly tripled from academic year 2009. Currently, 16 students are enrolled in the program. Five additional courses were approved for online delivery in 2010 for a total of 12 online courses.

STUDENT RESEARCH

The School of Family and Consumer Sciences continues to collaborate with the California Raisin Marketing Board (CRMB). Dr. Painter is the Director of Nutrition Research and is responsible for overseeing all research sponsored by the CRMB. This past academic year, the California Raisin Board hired a graduate dietetic student, Jill Barnes, to assist with promoting the health benefits of raisins by

planning and manning display booths at various food shows. She had three abstracts selected for poster presentations at the American Dietetic Association’s annual meeting regarding raisin research. The first poster shows the new analysis methods for fiber and that raisins now provide 10 percent of the daily requirement. This is important because raisins may now make a health claim on the packages. The other two research projects will display the antioxidant content of raisins and the cholesterol-lowering effect of raisins. Raisins have been incorrectly listed as a choking hazard which has discouraged many organizations from recommending them to children. Jill was instrumental in convincing some very influential organizations to reverse their position and remove raisins as a choking hazard. Two of the organizations were the Mayo Clinic and the New York Health Department. The graduate dietetic student research this year has focused on increasing dairy consumption. Sarah Knoll wrote a paper on the nutrient content of flavored milk that will be published on the National Dairy Council’s online blog. Sarah, along with Melanie Horstmann and Jamie Merritt, conducted research on the effect of increasing cup and bowl size on dairy consumption. Their subjects were preschool children in our Child Development lab, college students and faculty and staff. They found that by increasing the cup and bowl size, the students drank more milk and ate more yogurt. These results are also being presented at the American Dietetic Association’s national meeting.


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TECHNOLOGY Dr. Ping Liu has been a leader in the establishment of the Center for Clean Energy Research and Education (CENCERE), a newly created research initiative designed to provide faculty and students with a research facility in which they can conduct hands-on investigations of various plantbased biomass sources. Woodley became interim chair of the School of Technology. Effective July 1, 2011, Dr. Izadi assumed the duties of dean, officially removing the “interim” from his title.

ACCREDITATION

DEBORAH WOODLEY, Interim Chair DEBORAH WOODLEY Interim Chair THOMAS HAWKINS Interim Assistant Chair DONNA DAWSON Academic Adviser SONNA LAWRENCE NANCY MEECE MARY JO MONTGOMERY Support Staff

TRANSITION

The past year was a year of transition and change for the School of Technology. In September 2010, Dr. Mahyar Izadi, chairperson of the School of Technology since 1999, became interim dean of the Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences and Dr. Deborah

The Applied Engineering and Technology program completed a successful site visitation from its accrediting body, the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). The accreditation team report provided excellent feedback in advance of and in preparation for the Board of Accreditation hearings in November 2011, at the ATMAE Convention. Dr. Wafeek Wahby is commended for his leadership in the reaccreditation process. Also receiving re-accreditation this year from the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher’s Education (NCATE) is the School of Technology’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program. All three areas of the program were re-accredited: business, family and consumer sciences, and applied engineering and technology. During April’s ATMAE accreditation team visit, a special luncheon honored donors to the School of

Enrollment

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Technology Future Fund. To date, five rooms have been named within Klehm Hall, with on-going efforts to secure the support of additional room namings. We gratefully acknowledge Roy and Helen Price, who named a room in honor of their late son, Dr. James D. Price (74, 77); Dr. Janet Triechel (64, 71); Ross (87) and Cindy McCullough; and Eastern alumni working at the Colcon Corporation in Sullivan, Ill. Mike Mitchell (69, 79), Gina Vieback Spinner (83), Jeff Mitchell (98) and Christie Jasper Wright (78). The McCulloughs also named a room in honor of former SOT faculty member Dr. Tom Waskom and his late wife, Lou Ann Waskom.

RENOVATION

During the winter semester break, faculty and staff in the school worked closely with Facilities Planning and Management personnel to complete an extensive renovation of School of Technology classrooms and labs. Floors were re-furbished, walls painted, signage was improved, and old or unusable equipment was removed.

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the scientific community. The School of Technology has responded to this issue by developing a new concentration in the Applied Engineering and Technology undergraduate program. The concentration in Alternative Energy and Sustainability, as well as courses to support this concentration, were approved by the Council on Academic Affairs in January 2011. These include courses in sustainable construction, energy technology and alternative energy systems.

INTEGRATIVE LEARNING

undergraduate education and has been a leader in incorporating The School of Technology also technology to achieve that goal.” received the 2010-2011 Provost’s Award for Integrative Learning. The Enrollments in this program continue purpose of the award is to recognize to grow. The program currently has approximately 130 majors. departmental efforts to advance integrative learning within a degree program. Integrative learning entails STUDENT RESEARCH helping students make connections The second annual School of to other coursework, other activities Technology student research and other experiences and then symposium was held Dec. 2, intentionally, thoughtfully and 2010. Eleven undergraduate and regularly reflecting on them. The graduate students presented on a Provost’s Award was granted to variety of research topics, including the School of Technology because Speech Signal Analysis, Facial of the thoughtful way classroom RENEWABLE ENERGY Recognition Systems Analysis, instruction and lab experiences are RFID Use in Firearm Safety, CENTER interwoven in many of the Applied Sustainable Home Heating and Dr. Ping Liu has been especially Engineering and Technology Cooling, Performance Analysis of active in providing leadership across concentrations, as well as the Voice VPN, Quality Systems Manual campus that links the School Organizational and Professional and Implementation of Laboratory of Technology, along with other Development program. Practices in Advanced Concepts of academic programs, to Eastern’s Computer Networks. new Renewable Energy Center, Students in Career and Technical the new power plant that replaces Education have also been involved Eastern’s steam power plant from M.S. IN TECHNOLOGY in integrative learning that connects The School of Technology’s Master the 1920s and utilizes biomass the classroom with the larger for power generation. Dr. Liu’s of Science in Technology program community. Business education efforts culminated in late Spring has grown to become the largest students worked with a local 2011, when the Illinois Board of graduate program on campus with community program, Teen Reach, Higher Education approved a new more than 150 students enrolled. research unit at Eastern – the Center to implement an entrepreneurship A new off-campus program was program. Students in CTE 3400 for Clean Energy Research and begun in the Chicago area during worked with students at Mattoon Education. The center will focus 2010-2011. Students in this High School, Charleston Middle on educational activities related to Chicago-area cohort program School, Junior Achievement and renewable and clean energy. work in different companies in the the Boy Scouts on a variety of Chicago area. Courses are taught collaborative projects and programs. at University of Illinois/UrbanaDr. Liu was also instrumental in obtaining a grant from the Champaign’s outreach center in Oak TECHNOLOGY Charleston Area Charitable Brook and combine both face-toThe Organizational and Professional face instruction and online course Foundation that will fund the Development (OPD) program, purchase of a laboratory-scale activities. which was approved last year to gasifier that can drive an internal offer its program online, received combustion engine and electrical FACULTY RECOGNITIONS the “Excellence in the Use of generator. The grant also helped Seven faculty members received purchase a gas chromatograph (GC) Technology” Award at Eastern’s Redden Grants during the academic Technology Day celebration. In to be used to analyze the syngas year: Redong Bai, Julie Chadd, granting the award, the Center for from the gasifier as well as the Academic Technology Support said, Jerry Cloward, Gabe Grant, David gasifiers in the Renewable Energy “The OPD program exemplifies EIU’s Melton, Deborah Woodley and Yu Ju Center. Wu. mission of providing accessible 16

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Rigoberto Chinchilla, Karen Drage and Tom McDonald obtained their tenure and promotion to associate professor.

Dr. Kaninika Bhatnagar was elected to serve as vice president of the women in technology division of ATMAE.

David Melton and Diana Wyatt were selected to participate in the Faculty Summer Technology Institute at UI/ UC.

STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Rigoberto Chinchilla was selected for the 2010 William G. Kirk International Leadership Award. EIU International Programs selects a faculty member each year who exemplifies significant leadership in the internationalization of the EIU campus.

Jorge Zetino received the Outstanding International Student Award. Aaron Melton and Edward Karr, representing the School of Technology’s on-campus and offcampus student groups, received the Distinguished Graduate Student Awards.

Ali Langston, a student in the Master of Science in Technology Chicago-cohort program, is recipient of the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholars Program, which pays all tuition costs for the 1,000 outstanding minority students who are selected each year through what Langston called a “really intensive” application process. For his master’s thesis, Langston is focusing on identifying barriers sleep apnea patients encounter in their use of continuous positive airway pressure devices, commonly known as CPAP machines.

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LTC Stephen Knotts, Chair LTC STEPHEN KNOTTS Chair SFC ANTHONY HOH SFC ANGIE ISON MSG ERIC KLINEDINST YUN SANDERS BRET ROGOWITZ Support Staff

The Military Science Department has continued its quality improvements and they are reflected in the achievements of the cadets and the department. The cadets worked hard, more than a third of the total battalion making the commitment to contract with the intent to become an Army officer. Scholarship has improved, having 11 cadets on the Dean’s List, more than in the last 10 years. Our athletic scores, measured in the Army Physical Fitness Test, are in the upper 20 percent of all ROTC programs in the nation. And we have been recognized once again by the national Army ROTC program with awards in the RECONDO competition, Ranger Challenge competition, and one cadet receiving both the George C. Marshall award and the Distinguished Military Graduate.

In August 2010, the EIU Military Science Department-Panther Battalion began the school year with a Welcome Back ROTC Recognition Event. The purpose Army Reserve Officers Training Corps of this event was to recognize the focuses on Leadership Development accomplishments of the returning to encourage a young man or woman seniors from Leader Development and to become the best leader they can Assessment Course (LDAC) held at Fort be. Utilizing an integrative approach Lewis, Wash., over the summer. LDAC, that combines classroom and practical application labs, internship opportunities also known as Operation Warrior Forge, is the final training hurdle for our cadets with active and reserve component before commissioning. This year, Cadet Army units, and additional cultural Kevin Liscovitz completed LDAC with awareness programs, the EIU ROTC program has achieved exemplary results an overall performance assessment of Excellence, the highest that can this year. be awarded. We also brought back recent alumni and recognized them for PANTHER BATTALION their recent commissioning as second The Panther Battalion theme in 2010lieutenants in the US Army: Chris 2011 was “A New Challenge for a McLennand, Amber Nyara and Lance New Leader,” to instill critical thinking Spear. and ethical decision-making into the cadets and to commission the best LEADERSHIP qualified lieutenant possible. This On campus throughout the year, quality over quantity approach starts cadets received in-classroom with our enrollment campaign, seeking leadership training augmented with that young man and woman who practical exercises every Thursday is a scholar, athlete and leader. Yet afternoon during their Leadership even more, that they have the drive to develop leadership skills and live a life of Lab outside on campus grounds. This hands-on approach to training active service to their community, state not only engaged our cadets in the and nation. practical skills necessary for success as a future Army officer, but more 18

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importantly, put our cadets in leadership positions. Some lab highlights this year included rappelling and U.S. weapons familiarization at the Charleston Police and Fire Facility, small unit tactics on campus, individual soldier skills such as land navigation at Fox Ridge State Park, drill and ceremony, and water survival at the Charleston Rotary Club pool. We reinforced small unit tactics through a paintball course in September 2010 and April 2011, and continued with our aviation lab training our cadets on helicopter operations to include a fly-over of nearby Mattoon. The leadership skills honed in lab not only prepared cadets who completed the program to be effective Army officers, but developed all participants to be effective, contributing members of society and citizens ready to take on leadership roles in the civilian sector.

CHALLENGE

The Panther Battalion annually participates in several off-campus training events to include two field training exercises, the Brigade Ranger Challenge Competition, and many summer internship opportunities. The annual Fall Field Training Exercise (FTX) was a weekend trip held at the Illinois National Guard Training Area at Camp Marceilles, Ill. More than 50 cadets spent the weekend experiencing first-hand Army training and building esprit de corps through challenging activities such as rappelling, land navigation and a world-class confidence course. This FTX also served to prepare our juniors for LDAC. Their performance at LDAC, combined with their performance here on campus, prepares them for their first occupational assignment upon commissioning. The Brigade level Ranger Challenge Competition this year was also at Camp Marcielles. The Panther Battalion fielded THREE Ranger Teams! Led by Cadets Kevin Liscovitz, Ryan Owen and Daniel Miller, the Panther Battalion competed against more than 40 other ROTC teams. This competition is the Military Science varsity sport, where teams


compete against the clock in events such as rifle marksmanship, physical fitness, one-rope bridge building, grenade throw, land navigation, and culminating in a 12-mile road march. The Panthers demonstrated they were as good as any of the larger schools, and returned to campus with three firstplace event streamers -- two in the First Aid Relay and one for Land Navigation.

SPRING FTX

The Military Science annual Spring FTX is a joint exercise with other schools in the region. In April, Panther Battalion joined UIUC and ISU at Camp Atterbury, Ind., to mirror the challenges cadets will face at LDAC and provide an opportunity for cadets from different schools to come together and train. Opportunity to simulate the LDAC experience in both size of the unit and events to execute helped ensure there would be no surprises when cadets arrive at Ft. Lewis this summer. This weekend of hard training and evaluation showed that the skills developed by the cadets over the past year in the classroom and during the laboratory experience were taking hold.

BATAAN MARCH

This year, the Panther Battalion focused our cultural awareness event on the 22nd annual Bataan Memorial Death March. A team of five cadets led by Master Sergeant Eric Klinedinst trained around Charleston to march 20+ miles with a 40-pound rucksack! Travelling to Las Cruzes, New Mexico, in March 2011, the team then participated in a 26-mile ruck march over mountains and desert to memorialize the Death March American and Philippine soldiers were forced to make after the surrender of Bataan at the start of World War II. Teams from a dozen countries also participated and mingled with the cadets. Our team finished in 8 hours and 54 minutes!

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Along with training, community service events are part of the Military Science core values and integrative learning. To

support service to the community, we conducted multiple Team Building Exercises for local organizations like Boy’s State, Girl’s State and local schools. In these exercises, cadets run stations challenging students to think through a hands-on problem as a team, solve it and execute the solution. We hosted the Junior ROTC programs of East Richland and Mattoon High Schools, visiting them at their schools and bringing them to campus to see the university, Senior ROTC training and university life. We participated in community education nights representing the university and the department at local high school and community colleges’ College Fairs and Financial Aid Nights. At Homecoming and Tailgating, we provided a HMMWV float for the parade, set up an ROTC alumni table in the LCBAS tent, and, with the assistance of National Guard and Reserve units, ran the biggest

alcohol-free event in the tailgating area which provided games and static displays to entertain visitors. In the spring semester, the Panther Battalion executed two capstone events -- the annual Awards Ceremony and annual Military Ball. The Awards Ceremony identified excellence in academics and training, and recognized worthy cadets with awards from the Military Science Department, civic, community and military organizations. The Military Ball was held at the University Grand Ballroom. The theme continued the “New Challenge for a New Leader” and emphasized military traditions and camaraderie, culminating in a farewell to the seniors. The evening was highlighted by good food, dancing and an inspiring message by our guest speaker, Colonel (Retired) Jill Morganthaler, a Reserve Ambassador who has also worked with the Illinois governor on Homeland Security and LCBAS Annual Report

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even confronted Saddam Hussein at the former dictator’s trial. This school year the Panther Battalion commissioned nine cadets -- Second Lieutenants Jessica Paetz, Kevin Liscovitz, Christopher Bond, Roy Peregrine, Jason Lemmerman, Lauren Viverito, Joseph Cromwell, Drew Weaver and Bradlee Davis -- into the U.S. Army Reserves, National Guard and active duty forces.

TRAINING CAMPS AND SCHOOLS

Last summer, we had a great opportunity to send cadets to Army schools and camps. Seven cadets participated in LDAC at Ft. Lewis, and we are sending nine this year. Five cadets completed the Leadership Training Camp (LTC) at Ft. Knox, Ky. LTC is a camp designed for those cadets who have not completed two years of ROTC as freshmen and sophomores, and is intended to jump start the information needed by a cadet from those two years into six weeks. While high adventure and creating a sense of community beyond a single university, this is an intense camp for our cadets. And we’re sending five more cadets this summer! The ROTC internships with Army Schools and units provide our cadets with valuable skills and the opportunity to excel. This year we were able to send two cadets to Air Assault School, and one to Airborne School. We also have 11 cadets training simultaneously with the ROTC and the National Guard or Reserves, receiving valuable on-thejob training as a lieutenant.

STUDENT ORGANIZATION HIGHLIGHTS

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Sean Payton ’87, head coach of Super Bowl XLIV champions the New Orleans Saints, had his picture taken with ROTC students while attending his induction ceremony as a 2010 Distinguished Alumnus at EIU’s O’Brien Stadium.

They again gathered food and goods for care packages to deployed soldiers on behalf of the VFW Auxiliary and WEIU, and worked hand-in-hand with the Student Veterans at Eastern to promote a week of armed forces awareness this spring called Project Hero. In addition to an American Red Cross Blood Drive, the main event that the Leadership Excellence Club is responsible for the annual Pancake Breakfast hosted at the local VFW during Family Weekend; they plan for and prepare a breakfast for visiting parents and community members alike. LEC president this year was Roy Peregrine. The Scabbard and Blade Society performed all Color Guards, presenting our nation’s colors at sporting events, parades and ceremonies on campus. The society has been very active in promoting Army values to the university, as well as the community at-large. Their biggest event was the annual Veterans Day Recognition ceremony on campus. This event was flawlessly executed by patriotic and motivated cadets in honor of university and community veterans. Guest speakers included EIU President William Perry and Eastern student Anna Boehlefeld, with narration by ROTC student Cadet Joseph Cromwell. Student Veterans at Eastern (SVE) is another service organization that is open

to veterans of the U.S. armed forces, as well as their friends and supporters. Working closely with the Military Science Department and the Eastern Illinois University Veteran’s Affairs Department, SVE works to promote awareness of a veteran’s unique challenges in retuning to an academic institution, and to provide a venue of continuing service to the community. SVE this year supported many service events to include care package food drives for deployed servicemen and women, working with Habitat for Humanity, and supporting the EIU Veterans Day ceremony. The SVE President this year was Joe Bartholemew.

ALUMNI HIGHLIGHTS

Senior Cadet Forum this year included alumni Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Rob Foster, Major Alan Rogers, and First Lieutenant (P) Caleb Crouch, as well as Major Arthur Fager, who had a candid talk with the seniors about what it is like to be the newest officer in a unit. More than 50 years of officership experience! Captain Pollard and his CH-47 crew from Peoria, Ill., found their way to campus to provide information on aviation and aircraft loading and take-off operations for the battalion.


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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Mr. David Arseneau Instructor, M.B.A., 1979, Northern Illinois University.

Accreditation review, MBA-Marketing concentration for Rochester Institute of Technology.

Mr. Stephen Benner

Mr. Paul D. Brown

Instructor, M.B.A., 2002, Eastern Illinois University.

Instructor, M.B.A., 2004, Eastern Illinois University.

Passed all parts of the CPA exam.

Developed and Administered Microsoft Certification for School of Business Students.

Dr. David J. Boggs

Earned Certifications in Networking, Database, Programming, and Office Solutions.

Publication, with Dr. Taewon Suh of Texas State University-San Marcos, “Communications Infrastructure and Traditional Determinants of Inward Foreign Investment: A Comparison of Developed and Emerging Markets,” in Competitiveness Review, Vol. 21 Issue 2, pp. 205-223.

Co-Adviser (with Ms. Vicki Hampton), Association of Information Technology Professionals student organization.

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 1998, University of Texas at Dallas.

Publication, with Dr. Marko Grunhagen and Dr. Richard Flight, “Franchising During Times of Economic Recession: A Longitudinal Analysis of Automotive Service Franchises,” in Journal of Marketing Channels, 18 (1). Proceedings and Paper Presentation, with EIU MBA student Joseph Thiry, “Corporate Social Responsibility and Disaster Relief: USA Pharmaceutical Firms’ Responses to the 2010 Haiti Earthquake and 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami” at the Academy of International Business-Midwest, Chicago, IL, March 2011. Co-Adviser (with Dr. Ayse Costello), EIU International Business Club. Faculty-led study abroad trip (with Dr. Patrick Lach) to Europe, Summer 2011.

Dr. Michael L. Boorom

Professor and Assistant Chair, Marketing Discipline, Ph.D., 1994, University of South Florida. School of Business Personnel Committee, Chair. Accreditation review, Master of Management Science for Duke University.

Received School of Business Special Recognition for Teaching Excellence. School of Business External Relations Committee, Chair.

Dr. Chuck S. Chahyadi

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2007, University of Oklahoma. Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences Faculty Research Award Committee, Chair. Received 2011 School of Business Faculty Research Grant. Faculty Adviser, Financial Management Association (FMA).

Dr. IngYu Chiou

Associate Professor, Ph.D., 1999, New York University. Paper Presentation and Proceedings, “The Volatility Transmission of Gold Around the World” at the MBAA International Conference, Chicago, IL, March 2011. Co-Adviser (with Dr. Patrick Lach), Student Investment Society (SIS).

School of Business Strategic Planning Committee. Paper Presentation, May 2011, Academy of Marketing Science, with Balasubramanian, S. K. “Incorporating Social Context into Product Placement Research: The Impact of Group Composition and Co-viewing Context on Brand Recall and Attitudes.”

Faculty Adviser for EIU American Marketing Association student chapter. School of Business Student Issues Committee, Chair.

Publication, with Pillai, D., Balasubramanian, S. K. (2010). “Delay-Discounting Rewards from Consumer Sales Promotions.” Journal of Product & Brand Management, 19(7), 487-495.

Dr. Henry H. Davis

Paper Presentation, with Nasco, S. A., (2010), Society for Marketing Advances, abstract published in William J. Kehoe and Linda K. Whitten (Eds.), “Impact of Disclosure and Deception on Consumer Evaluations of User-Generated Advertisements” (pp. 21-22). Mobile, AL.

School of Business Distinguished Professor Award, April 2011.

Dr. Ayse Costello

Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2002, University of Illinois.

Professor and Director of Accountancy Program, Ph.D., 1984, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Program Participant, American Accounting Association Midwest Meeting, Oakbrook, IL, October 2010. Chaired Accountancy faculty search committee Fall 2010. Program participant Irish Accounting and Finance Association Meeting, Cork, Ireland, April 2011.

Paper Presentation, “Globalization: Payoffs, Multinational Corporations and Public Policy Makers,” Eurasia Business and Economics Society 2010 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

Organized Accounting Day Activities in cooperation with Beta Alpha Psi, September 2010.

Paper Presentation, “Multinational Corporations, Public Policy Makers, and Citizens: Playing Globalization Games,” Eurasia Business and Economics Society 2011 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

Instructor, J.D., 2003, University of Illinois; M.B.A., 2008, University of Illinois.

Faculty co-sponsor (with Dr. David Boggs) for the EIU International Business Club.

Dr. Thomas Costello Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2000, University of Illinois.

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2010, Southern Illinois University.

Paper Presentation, “Globalization: Payoffs, Multinational Corporations and Public Policy Makers,” Eurasia Business and Economics Society 2010 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

School of Business Special Recognition of Teaching Excellence.

Paper Presentation, “Multinational Corporations, Public Policy Makers,

Dr. Kesha Coker

and Citizens: Playing Globalization Games,” Eurasia Business and Economics Society 2011 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

Dr. Suzanne A. Davis

Community Service, Tuscola First Christian Church, Head Trustee and Youth Group Activities. Community Service, Douglas County Search and Rescue, Member of the mounted search and rescue team for Douglas County. Community Service, Tuscola Economic Development Inc., Member of the TEDI organization.

Dr. Michael E. Dobbs

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 1999, University of Texas. Publication, “Co-opetition Matrix for Analyzing the Cooperation

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Competition Mix in an Industry: Examples from Major League Baseball.” Competition Forum. Vol. 8(1), 35-43. Paper Presentation, with J. Richard Harrison, Xia Zhao, and James B. Wade. “The Only Game in Town? Related Agglomeration and the Mortality of Professional Sports Leagues.”Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Organization and Management Theory Division, San Antonio, TX. School of Business Outstanding Teaching Award.

Dr. Dean S. Elmuti

Professor, Ph.D., 1985, University of North Texas.

Dr. David E. Fleming

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2010, University of South Florida. Publication, with Artis, A. B. (2010). “Measuring Corporate Affinity for Technology: A Scale for Customers and Employees,” Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 30 (2), 167-180. Special Issue on Technology and Business to Consumer Selling. Paper Presentation, April 2011, with Artis, A. B., “The Role of the Sales Manager in Shaping Salesperson Perceptions of the Firm: A Technology Perspective,” National Conference in Sales Management, Orlando, FL. Paper Presentation, April 2011, with Plank, R. E. “Teaching Adaptive Selling,” National Conference in Sales Management, Orlando, FL. Paper Presentation, March 2011, with Artis, A. B., “Measuring College Marketing Students’ Reading Skills: Textbooks vs. Practitioner Articles,” Marketing Management Association Conference, Chicago, IL. (Best Paper in Marketing Education Track Award Recipient).

Dr. Richard L. Flight

Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, 19 (1), 109-125. Publication, with Marko Grünhagen and David J. Boggs (2011), “Franchising During Times of Economic Recession: A Longitudinal Analysis of Automotive Service Franchises,” Journal of Marketing Channels, 18 (1), 57-77. Paper Presentation, with Giles D’Souza, Arthur W. Allaway, and Sergey S. Maximov, (2011) “The Effect of Innovation Characteristics on Product Diffusion,” Marketing Management Association Spring Conference, Chicago, Illinois. Economic Development Assistance to the Kurdish Textile Museum, U.S. Department of State, Kurdistan, Iraq, March 26-April 3, 2011, Erbil, Iraq. Named to the Marble People Board of Directors as Market Strategist and Consultant.

Dr. Norman A. Garrett

Professor and Assistant Chair, Management Information Systems Discipline, Ed.D., 1986, Arizona State University. Proceedings, (2010). “Student Mobile Technologies: Implications for Classroom Management Policies and Procedures.” World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, (pp. 16991704). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Proceedings, (2010). “Recording Classroom Lectures and Discussion: A Few Key Points to Consider.” In J. Sanchez & K. Zhang (Eds.), World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, (pp. 14941499). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Dr. Marko Grünhagen

Associate Professor and Lumpkin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, Ph.D., 1999, University of NebraskaLincoln.

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2007, University of Alabama.

Visiting Professor, University of Zagreb, Croatia, May 2011.

Publication, with Arthur W. Allaway, Wan-Min Kim, and Giles D’Souza (2011), “A Study of Perceived Innovation Characteristics Across Cultures and Stages of Diffusion,”

Economic Development Assistance to the Kurdish Textile Museum, U.S. Department of State, Kurdistan, Iraq, March 26-April 3, 2011, Erbil, Iraq.

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Arranged Visiting Scholar to EIU, Fall 2010, Dr. Laura Lucia Palacios from the University of Zaragoza, Spain. Publication, with R. L. Flight and D. J. Boggs (2011), “Franchising During Times of Economic Recession: A Longitudinal Analysis of Automotive Service Franchises,” Journal of Marketing Channels, 18 (1), 57-77.

International Journal of Electronic Customer Relationship Management.

Dr. Heather H. Jia

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2008, Southern Illinois University. School of Business Outstanding Service Award.

Publication, with Stassen, Robert E. (2011), “Market Saturation or Market Concentration: Evidence on Competition among U.S. Limited Service Franchise Brands, in: Tuunanen, M., Windsperger, J., Cliquet, G. and Hendrikse, G. (eds.), New Developments in the Theory of Networks: Franchising, Alliances and Cooperatives, Heidelberg, Germany: Springer/Physica Verlag, 117-133.

Publication, with Jia, R. “PIU Construct Development: Factorial Analytic and Definitional Issues,” in Internet Addiction, Hannah O. Price (ed.), NY: Nova, 2011.

Ms. Vicki Hampton

Ms. Renee King

Awarded Bronze Individual Performance Award by the professional AITP Capital Chapter, Springfield, IL (2010).

Consultant, White & Associates, New Berlin, WI.

Instructor, M.B.A., 1998, Eastern Illinois University.

Competition Chair -- COBOL Competition, National Collegiate Conference held in Orlando, FL March 2011.  Participated in First Annual ADM I.T. College and University Faculty Open House; April 1, 2011. Awarded 2011 Eastern Illinois University Student’s Distinguished Professor Award for Subject. Co-Adviser (with Mr. Paul Brown), Association of Information Technology Professionals student organization.

Dr. Abdou Illia

Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2003, Laval University, Canada. Publication, with Lee, S. and A. Lawson-Body (2011), “Perceived Price Fairness of Dynamic Pricing,” Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 111 No. 4, pp. 531550. Publication, with Lee, S., A. LawsonBody and M-C Roy (April 2011) “Interacting Effect of Conformity and Critical Mass in Technology Acceptance: A Conceptual Model,”

EIU Honors Council Board Member. Co-Sponsor (with Dr. Denise Smith), Society for Human Resource Management student organization.

Instructor, M.B.A., 1996, Eastern Illinois University.

Recipient of EIU Foundation Redden Grant (Fall 2010), “Always Connected Through MacBook Technology”. Conference Presentation, “Using iMovie to Support Student Presentations” at the “My Favorite Assignment” session at the Annual Association for Business Communication Conference, Chicago, IL (October 2010).

Ms. Susan J. Kling

Instructor, M.B.A., 1982, Eastern Illinois University. Microsoft Office Specialist -- Excel. Microsoft Office Specialist -- Word. Conference Presentation, with Mr. Paul Brown, “Stop Motion Video,” Illinois Business Education Association Conference, Effingham, IL. (November 2010).

Dr. Roann Kopel

Professor, Ph.D., 1986, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.


Dr. Patrick Lach

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2008, Mississippi State University. Earned the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. Paper Presentation, “The Quiet Period Has Something to Say,” 2010 Financial Management Association Annual Meeting. Received the “Excellence in the Use of Technology Award” from the EIU Center for Academic Technology Support.

Dr. Simon Lee

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2002, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Publication, with A. Illia and A. Lawson-Body (2011), “Perceived Price Fairness of Dynamic Pricing,” Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 111 No. 4, pp. 531550. Publication, with A. Illia, A. LawsonBody and M-C Roy (April 2011) “Interacting Effect of Conformity and Critical Mass in Technology Acceptance: A Conceptual Model,” International Journal of Electronic Customer Relationship Management. Proceedings, “Factors Influencing the Performance of Online Communication Channel Outsourcing,” Southwest Decision Sciences Institute, Houston, Texas, March 2011.

Dr. Crystal Lin

Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2004, Old Dominion University. Awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor. Maintained CFA and CFP certification.

Dr. Yoshie S. Lord

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2006, Temple University. Publication, with Christopher S. McIntosh (Summer 2010) “The Economic Value of Auditing and its Effectiveness in Public School Operations” Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 27, No 2. pp. 639-667.

Publication, with Lord, Richard A. (2010) “Trends in CEO Compensation and Equity Holdings for S&P 1,500 Firms: 1994-2007,” Journal of Applied Finance. No 2. pp. 40-56. Publication, with Lord, Richard A. (2010 April-June) “External Factors Affecting the Decline at the American Automotive Industry,” The International Trade Journal. Vol. 24, No 2. pp. 182-208. Publication, “The Value and Incentive Relevance of Nonrecurring Items” the 2011 UTS Australia Summer Accounting Symposium, the Accounting Research Consortium, January 2011. Paper Presentation, “Reporting Distortion and Inefficient Managerial Resource Allocation” AAA National Meeting, 2010.

Mr. David G. McGrady Instructor, M.B.A., 1979, University of Texas-Arlington.

Director of Member Communications, Financial Planning Association of Illinois. Adviser, Financial Planning Student Association.

Dr. Timothy Mills

Professor, D.B.A., 1989, Louisiana Tech University.  

Dr. William C. Minnis Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2001, St. Louis University.

Served as President/CEO of Citizens National Bank of Paris. Received a School of Business Recognition for Teaching Excellence. Discussant for a Networks Financial Institute presentation on the topic of “Regulating Bank Executive Compensation.”

Dr. Thomas P. Moncada

Associate Professor, J.D., 1975, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Ms. Nanci D. Newstrom Instructor, M.B.A., 1984, University of South Dakota.

Dr. Cheryl L. Noll

Professor and Chair, Ph.D., 1990, The Ohio State University. Reviewer, Society for Case Research Annual Advances. Reviewer, Society for Case Research Conference Proceedings. Attended, AACSB International Conference and Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

Proceedings and Presentation, J. Thompson, MBA, Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) Annual Conference, “I Get By with a Little Help from My Friends: Solutions for the Recorded Music Industry,” Richmond, Virginia, August 2010. Sponsored student paper, ALSB Student Paper Competition, L. Ross Gaddis, “The Transition from a Substantive to Self-Regulated CSR Legal and Corporate Environment,” one of only seven student papers accepted for presentation at the 2010 ALSB Conference, Richmond, VA.

Ms. Darlene J. Riedemann

Instructor, M.B.A., 1993, Loyola University.

Presentation, with M. A. Katz and M. Nunlee, Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business (MALSB), “Negative Product Placement: An Evolving Theory of Product Disparagement,” Chicago, IL, March 2011.

Dr. Christie L. Roszkowski

Editor-in-Chief, ALSB Journal of Employment and Labor Law, www. eiu.edu/~alsb.

Associate Professor and Associate Chair, J.D., 1978, University of Illinois; M.B.A., 1984, University of Illinois.

Dr. Jaysinha S. Shinde

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2010, Southern Illinois University. Best paper award at the ABWIC National Conference, Tennessee. Publication, with Shinde, U. S. “Organizational Spirituality and Employee Outcomes: A Comparative Analysis.” International Journal of the Academic Business World, 4(2) Fall 2010, 121-128. Publication, “Superfluity & Murkiness in the Understanding of Social Responsibility: A Content Analysis.” The Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 8(3) 2011. Co-Adviser (with Dr. Bill Wootton), Beta Alpha Psi. Co-Adviser (with Dr. Bill Wootton), Student Accounting Society.

Dr. Denise S. Smith

Associate Professor and Assistant Chair, Management Discipline, J.D., 1977, Baylor University.

Co-Adviser (with Dr. Heather Jia) EIU SHRM student chapter.

Dr. Jeffrey J. Snell

Associate Professor, D.B.A., 2000, Louisiana Tech University.

Mr. Robert S. Stevens

Instructor, M.B.A., 1979, Eastern Illinois University. Consultant for local manufacturer whereby machine and labor utilization rates were evaluated and maximized. Member, School of Business Strategic Planning Committee. Board Member, Charleston Area Food Pantry.

Dr. James M. Sysko

Assistant Professor, J.D., 1994, Widener University. Paper Presentation, with C. Alexander, “A Study of the Cognitive Determinants of Generation Y’s Entitlement Mentality,” Allied Academies 2011 International Conference, Orlando, FL, April 2011.

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Dr. Richard Wang

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2010, Victoria University. Received the inaugural Doctoral Achievement Award for 2010 at Victoria University of Wellington, for producing one of the best doctoral theses.

Dr. Richard B. Whitaker Associate Professor and Assistant Chair, Management Discipline, Ph.D., 1995, University of Houston.

Dr. Larry R. White

Dr. John R. Willems

Professor and Coordinator, Graduate Business Studies, Ph.D., 1994, Indiana University. Council on Graduate Studies, Member.

Mr. Michael D. Wilson

Instructor, M.B.A., 1982, Eastern Illinois University. Adviser for Beta Gamma Sigma. Co-Adviser (with Ms. Darlene Riedemann) for Delta Sigma Pi.

Club) Executive Board. Paper Presentation, Sully de Luque, M., Ashford, S. J., and De Stobbeleir, K. “Seeking from the Top: CEO Feedback and Firm Performance?” Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, April 2011, Chicago, IL. Supervised four MBA Independent Study Research Projects: Mr. Dereje Abebe, “Antecedents and Consequences of Organizational Identification.” Ms. Nicole Goddard, “Is Your Employment for Love or Money? Engagement at Work: It Matters.” Ms. Carly McCrory, “The Office at Your Office: Head of the Committee Against Workplace Bullying.” Ms. Jackie Alexander, “Corporate Messages: Are Recruitment and Marketing Messages Different?”

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2002, University of Illinois.

Adviser for Chi Phi Fraternity.

Presentation and Proceedings, with J. Shinde and U. Shinde, “Proliferation of Social Responsibility Definitions: An Analysis of Academic and Corporate Terminology and a Model for Convergence,” Academic Business World International Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, May 2011.

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2002, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

EIU Intercollegiate Athletic Board.

Co-Adviser (with Dr. Jay Shinde), Beta Alpha Psi.

EIU Council on Academic Affairs, Chair.

EIU Panther Club (Athletic Booster

Co-Adviser (with Dr. Jay Shinde),

Dr. Melody L. Wollan

SHRM-HRCI Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR; strategic and operational aspects) Certification, January 2011. 

Student Accounting Society. Co-Coordinator (with Dr. Tim Mills), International Students Tax Assistance. Attended the 16th Conference of Accounting & Management History, Nantes, France.

Mr. Douglas A. Zuhone

Instructor, M.B.A., 1987, Eastern Illinois University.

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

Mr. John Kaare Mr. Jeffrey Oetting Mr. Randy Porter Mr. Scott Preston Mr. Rodney Smith

Dr. Charles W. Wootton Professor, D.B.A., 1982, Mississippi State University.

School of Family & Consumer Sciences Ms. Misty Baker

Instructor and Director of Child Care Resource and Referral, M.S., 2007, Eastern Illinois University.

Dr. Tamatha “Lisa” Brooks

Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Internship Coordinator, Ph.D., 2007, Indiana State University.

Dr. Melanie Burns

Professor, Didactic Program in Dietetics Coordinator and Dietetic Program Area Coordinator, Ph.D., 1999, University of Illinois. Served as Lead Subject Matter Expert for McGraw-Hill Publishing in the development of content for online Learn Smart Program for two introductory nutrition textbooks.

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Reviewer for the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.

American Dietetic Association Member.

Reviewed select chapter from Visualizing Nutrition textbook by Wiley and Sons Publishing.

Ms. Sonja Foster

Dr. Lucy Campanis

Associate Professor, Ph.D., 1986, Pennsylvania State University.

Ms. Donna J. Coonce

Instructor and ABC Program Coordinator, C.F.L.E., M.S., 1997, Eastern Illinois University. Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) 2010 to 2015

Ms. Kristen DiFilippo, R.D., L.D.N.

Instructor, M.S., 2006, Eastern Illinois University.

Instructor, M.S., Political Science, 2000, Eastern Illinois University; M.S. Family and Consumer Sciences, 2008, Eastern Illinois University. Faculty Summer Institute on Learning Attendee at UIUC. Wakonse Conference on Teaching in Shelby, MI. TRiO Professional Mentor.

Dr. Jacquelyn Frank

Assistant Professor and M.A. in Gerontology, Gerontology Graduate Program Coordinator, Ph.D., 1994, Northwestern University.

Ms. Karen Hart

Instructor, M.S., 1990, Eastern Illinois University. On-site Director of the EIU Infant and Child Development Laboratories. Certificate of Appreciation for 10 years of dedicated service at EIU. Quality Counts Child Care Grant Review Committee. Child Care Resource and Referral Advisory Committee Member. Member of National Association of Education for Young Children (NAEYC) 2004- present.

Dr. Carla Honselman

Associate Professor and Didactic Program in Dietetics Coordinator, Ph.D., 2008, University of Illinois. Appointed State Regulatory


Specialist for the Illinois Dietetic Association. Testified to the Illinois Health Care Reform Implementation Council regarding Affordable Care Act in Illinois, November 2010. Presented “In-Shell Pistachio Nuts Reduce Caloric Intake Compared to Shelled Nuts” research at the Food and Nutrition Conference Exhibition, Boston, MA, November 2010.

Recertified Family and Consumer Scientist through American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.

Dr. Frances L. Murphy

Professor, M.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences, Ph.D. in Child Development, 1989, Texas Women’s State University.

Academic Adviser, M.S. in Home Economics, 1989, Eastern Illinois University.

Participated in the American Dietetic Association House of Delegates Round Table, Boston, MA, November 2010.

Granted a six-month Administrative Educational Leave July 1, 2010, to Dec 30, 2010.

Professor and Experiential Learning Coordinator, Ph.D., 1979, Southern Illinois University.

Ms. Patricia Hudek

Instructor, M.S., 2007, Eastern Illinois University.

Ms. Jillian Hurt

Instructor, M.S., 2009, Eastern Illinois University.

Dr. Karla KennedyHagan

Associate Professor, Assistant Chair and Dietetic Internship Coordinator, Ph.D., 2004, University of Illinois.

Dr. Gary Laumann

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2002, University of Illinois.

Dr. Pat McCallister Professor, Ed.D., 1990, University of Georgia.

Dr. Michelle Meadows

Assistant Professor and Infant and Child Development Lab Coordinator, Ph.D., 2002, Indiana State University. Recertified Family Life Educator through the National Council on Family Relations.

Dr. Jeanne Snyder

Dr. Betsy Pudliner

Developed various college-wide initiatives, projects and documents.

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2007, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. Faculty Adviser for CMAA.

Ms. Rose Myers-Bradley Ms. Deborah Reifsteck

Participated in the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Summit, Chicago, IL, December 2010.

Dr. Mary Lou Hubbard

Presented a Portion Size Me study on CBS Morning Show, New York, March 2011.

Instructor, M.S., 2007, Eastern Illinois University. Black Friday Research Team Member.

Ms. Kathy Rhodes

Admitted to College Student Affairs Master’s Program at EIU.

Instructor, M.S., 2005, Eastern Illinois University.

Ms. Sara Namken

FCS 3784 Pantera Restaurant.

Instructor, M.S., 2009, Eastern Illinois University

Dr. Kathleen A. O’Rourke

Professor, Ph.D., 1999, University of TennesseeKnoxville. Promoted to Full Professor. Awarded Sabbatical for Fall 2011 Semester. Kappa Omicron Nu National Honor Society Board Member. EIU Colleges Against Cancer Faculty Adviser.

Dr. James Painter

Associate Professor and Chair, Ph.D., 1999, University of Illinois. Completed first year as Director of Nutrition Research for the California Raisin Board. Presented at the Texas, Florida, California, Oklahoma and Michigan Dietetics Association Meetings. Completed final year on the Disney College Program Advisory Board. Presented the “Pistachio Principle” at the German Nutrition Society in Berlin and London, March 2011.

Faculty Adviser for PCMA.

Dr. Katherine Shaw

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2010, University of Florida.

Professor and Associate Dean, Ph.D., 1993, University of Illinois.

Assisted with documents related to First Choice, Assessment, Program Reviews, and Accreditation. Chair, Search Committee for the Director of the B.A. in General Studies Degree Program. EIU Academy of Lifetime Learning Advisory Council. College Curriculum Committee.

Dr. Lisa Taylor

Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator, Ph.D., 2005, Auburn University. Promoted to Associate Professor and Granted Tenure. Received Achievement and Contribution Award for Service.

Dr. Linda Simpson

Thesis Advisee (Michelle Roberts) awarded the “Outstanding Thesis Award” for LCBAS

2010 Rodney S. Ranes Graduate Faculty Mentor Award Nominee.

Poster Presentation on “Open up Wide: Openness in Foster Care Adoptions,” at National Council on Family Relations.

Professor, Ph.D., 1994, University of Illinois.

Faculty Mentor (Thesis Adviser) – Master’s Thesis of Excellence in the Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences. 2010 Graduate Showcase – Financial Health Education Series was presented at this event. Presentation – WebCT 2.0 Tools, Faculty Summer Institute, University of Illinois, May 17, 2010. Black Friday Research Study.

Chair of Feminism and Family Studies Section of the National Council on Family Relations.

Dr. Richard F. Wilkinson

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 1997, University of Missouri. Wilkinson, R. (2010). Leadership Role Profile and Job Satisfaction of Restaurant General Managers. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 13 (4), 331-345.

Associate Professor and Family Service Program Area Coordinator, Ph.D., 1980, Florida State University.

Wilkinson, R. (2011). Testing the Spatial Configuration of Quinn’s Competing Values Framework. Presented at ICHRIE Central Federation Research Symposium, Springfield, MO.

Ms. Lori Smith

2010 EIU Achievement and Contribution Award in Service.

Dr. Jim Slavik

Instructor, M.A., 2008, Eastern Illinois University.

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Ms. Carolyn Woolever

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

Ms. Kirsten Bays Instructor, M.S., 1994, Eastern Ms. Debra Cobb Illinois University. Ms. Carol Corder Dr. Joyce Crouse Ms. Christina Yousaf Ms. Deanna Franklin Instructor, M.S., 1989, University Ms. Jillian Hurt of Akron.

Ms. Stephanie Ogle Ms. Julie Robinson

School of Technology Dr. Rengdong Bai

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2007, University of Kentucky.

Empowerment Services Center. Presentation - Strength-Based Coaching for Executives United Way.

Proposal “3D Vision Platform for Computer Aided Design” won Eastern Illinois University FY11 Redden Grant.

Presentation - Telephone Crisis Intervention for Substance Abuse Crisis Line Volunteer Training.

Proposal “Wireless Network Connectivity for Solar Energy Deployments” Won 2011 LCBAS Research/Creative Activity Grant.

Dr. Kaninika Bhatnagar

Conference Proceedings: Rendong Bai, Yu-Ju Wu, and Peter Ping Liu, “Technologies Behind the 3D Movie Avatar,” Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) 2010 Conference Proceedings, Panama City Beach, Florida. Engaged in “EIU Center for Clean Energy Research and Education (CENCERE),” $56,500 approved funding from Charleston Area Charitable Foundation. The project was led by Dr. Peter Ping Liu. Graduate Faculty Marshal, EIU 2010 Fall Commencement.

Mr. Bruce K. Barnard

Instructor, M.S., 2004, Eastern Illinois University. April 2011 Felstehausen-Boldrey Excellence in Career & Organizational Studies Award. Presentation - Responding to Crisis in Persons with Co-occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness East Central Illinois Police Training Project. Presentation - Stages of Change, Applications for Working With Persons Who Are Homeless Transitional Initiatives and Men’s

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Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2008, Eastern Michigan University. Bhatnagar, K., & Brake M. L. (2010). “Gender Differences in Technology Perceptions of High School Students and Their Intent to Choose Technology College Majors,” Journal of Engineering Technology, American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), 27(2), 8-16. Bhatnagar, K. (2010). “Engineering Technology and Gender: Enhancing Voice and Access for Minority Groups by Curricular Design for Distance Learning,” Proceedings, 3rd. International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation (IMETI 2010), Orlando, USA, July 2010, pp. 176 – 180. Bhatnagar, K. (2010). “Modeling Instruction for the Net Generation: The Use of New Media to Frame Classroom Conversation in a Graduate Seminar Course: Possibilities and Predicaments,” Proceedings, ATMAE Annual Conference, 159-165, available at http://atmae.org/conven/ ATMAE2010ConfProc.pdf. Invited speaker for WISM SP11, College of Science event: “Overcoming Barriers: Diverse Women in Science at Eastern Illinois University,” Mar 4, 2011, 6-8 p.m., Booth Library, EIU.

Dr. Julie Chadd

Associate Professor and Career and Technical Education Coordinator, Ph.D., 2003, Southern Illinois University. President of the Illinois Business Education Association. Advise Pi Omega Pi, the national business education honor society. Chadd, J. (2011, February). Active Learning Strategies: Moving from Sit, Listen, Learn, and Memorize to Engage, Explore, Evaluate, and Extend. Orlando, FL: 2011 Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Chadd, J. (2010, October). Building Your Cooperative Education Program. Charleston, IL: Fall Classic Institute, Regional Office of Education #11. John S. and Margaret Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction (2010).

Dr. Rigoberto Chinchilla

“Wind Power Technologies in the United States: A Technical Comparison between Vertical and Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines” (Journal Of Industrial Technology (JIT); and, “Facial Recognition System Screening Evaluation Methodology for Complexion Biases” (American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

Dr. Jerry Cloward

Assistant Professor and Production Laboratory Coordinator, Ph.D., 2008, Utah State University. Presentation and publication: 2010 ATMAE Annual Conference: Bridging the Gulf with Hearing Protection: A Classroom Study on the Effectiveness of Alternatives to Commercial Hearing Protection. Elected to second term on the COTE Committee. Directed students in the metal fabrication of the new Fox Ridge State Park sign.

Assistant Professor and Telecommunication Laboratory Coordinator, Ph.D., 2004, Ohio University.

Adviser to the CTE Technology Education Teacher Association (TECA) Club.

2010 recipient of the William G. Kirk International Leadership Award for the significant leadership in the internationalization of the EIU campus.

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2005, Southern Illinois University.

Chairman of the Second Student Research School of Technology Symposium.

University Strategic Planning Committee.

Presenter at the ATMAE.

Association of Career and Technical Education School Reform Committee.

Incorporated as a referee in the Journal of Industrial Technology Peer-reviewed Publications:

Dr. Karen Drage

North Central Business Education Association President.

Drage, K. (2011, February). Preparing the Next Generation of


Entrepreneurs: Teaching Resources to Promote Transition From the Classroom to the Conference Room, National Business Education Forum, 65(3), 35-41. Drage, K. (2010, Winter). Professional development: Implications for Illinois Career and Technical Education Teachers. Journal of Career and Technical Education, 25(1), 24-37.

Mr. Gabe Grant

Instructor and Digital Printing Laboratory Coordinator, M.S., 2008, Eastern Illinois University.

Dr. Samuel A. Guccione Associate Professor and Automation and Control Laboratory Coordinator, Ed.D., 1992, Temple UniversityPhiladelphia.

Created the Alternative Energy and Sustainability Concentration which was approved Fall 2011. “Wind Power Technologies: A Need for Research and Development in Improving VAWT’s Airfoil Characteristics” (Dr. Rigoberto Chinchilla, Dr. Samuel Guccione, and Mr. Joseph Tillman) published in the online Journal of Industrial Technology Volume 27, Number 1.

Dr. Thomas Hawkins Associate Professor, Interim Assistant Chair and Career and Organizational Studies Coordinator, Ed.D., 1994, University of Illinois.

Served as Interim Assistant Chair of the School of Technology beginning January 2011. Initiated with Dr. Tom Boldrey a physicians academy for Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Systems. Received on behalf of Organizational and Professional Development program the EIU Technology Day award for “Excellence in Use of Technology” for online program development and delivery.

Dr. R. Lance Hogan

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2005, Southern Illinois University. Recipient of EIU Achievement and Contribution Award, November 2010. Thesis Advised: Rausch, T. (2010). The Relationship Between the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Dispositional Resistance to Change Scale. Publication: Flowers, W., & Hogan, R.L. (2010). Employee Development Approach for Generation Years: A Conceptual Framework. The Journal of Global Business Management, 6(1), 170-177. Presentation Hogan, R. L. (2009). “The Bortz Learning Module: A Framework for Industrial Technology Curriculum Development.” Presented 10/13 at The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering, Louisville, KY. Presentation Hogan, R. L. (2009). “Myers-Briggs Preference Types of Technology Graduate Students.” Presented 10/12 at The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering, Louisville, KY.

Dr. Peter Ping Liu

Professor and Coordinator of Graduate Studies, Ph.D., 1991, Iowa State University. R. Bai, J. J. Wu and P. P. Liu, Technologies Behind the Phenomenal 3D Movie Avatar, Proceedings of Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), Oct. 28-30, 2010. V. Chandra and P. P. Liu, Making the Leap of Understanding: Metaphors for Expanding Student Learning in Technology Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), Panama City, FL, Oct. 28-30, 2010. R. Bai, J. J. Wu and P. P. Liu, Technologies Behind the Phenomenal 3D Movie Avatar, Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), Panama City, FL, Oct. 28-30, 2010.

P. P. Liu, Integrated Renewable Energy Research and Education: A Mission to Balance Economy and Environment, Annual Meeting of Illinois Deans of Arts and Sciences, Mattoon, IL, Sept. 30, 2010. Patent: P. Bonutti, M. Cremens and P. Liu, Method for Implanting a Flowable Fastener, (United States Patent 7879072, Released Feb. 2011).

Dr. Tom McDonald

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2005, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Presentation: “Utilizing Simulation to Evaluate Production Line Performance Under Varying Demand Conditions” at the 2011 International Association of Journals and Conference -- American Society of Engineering Education Joint Conference -- in West Hartford, CT April 28 – 30 2011. Received Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

Mr. Jim McKirahan

Instructor and Polymers Laboratory Coordinator, M.S., 1994, Eastern Illinois University. Completed feasibility study toward manufacturing research using Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) to develop polymer clay nanocomposites for market application.

Dr. David Melton

Assistant Professor and Materials Testing and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Laboratories Coordinator, Ph.D., 2007, Utah State University. Nominated and Invited to full membership to the Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference. The oldest Technology Teacher Association in the world. ATMAE Conference Presentation: “Development of Learning Objectives for an Undergraduate Electrical Discharge Machining Technology Course Using the Delphi Technique.” ATMAE Conference Presentation:

“Bridging the Gulf with Hearing Protection: A Classroom Study on the Effectiveness of Alternatives to Commercial Hearing Protection” with Dr. Jerry Cloward. Instrumental in the coordination of the School of Technology – Graduate Program – Technology Management – Chicago Cohort. Instrumental in the curriculum and instruction development of the architectural CAD software – Chief Architect.

Dr. Luke Steinke

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2006, Southern Illinois University. Association for Career and Technical Education -- Board of Directors (Engineering and Technology Education Division – Vice President). Steinke, L. J. (2010). Mentoring Teachers in Technology Education: Analyzing the Need. Manuscript submitted for publication to the Journal of Technology Studies. Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2010, December). Model Mentoring Programs for Technology Education Teachers. Manuscript accepted for presentation at the 2010 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV. Fazarro, D. E. & Steinke, L. J. (2010, December). Creating Nanotechnology Courses Using the DACUM Approach: Linking Academia and Industry to Create Programs for the 21st Century. Manuscript accepted for presentation at the 2010 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Dr. Wafeek Wahby

Professor and Industrial Technology Coordinator, Ph.D., 1988, University of Alexandria, Egypt. Worked with SoT chair, assistant chair, colleagues and staff and chaired the effort on preparing the Self Study Report for the 2011 reaccreditation of the Applied Engineering and Technology (AET) program by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). The

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ATMAE visiting team recommended the program for reaccreditation. Administered the on-campus 2011 ATMAE reaccreditation Team Visit, and will later represent the AET program at the Hearing Sessions during the 2011 Annual ATMAE convention, to acquire the ATMAE reaccreditation of the AET program. ATMAE paper: “Producing Thermoplastic Polymer Concrete Blocks from Non-Recyclable NonBiogradable Thermoplastic Scrap.” ATMAE paper “Development of Polymer Concrete Solar Tile Panels.” Developed “A Blackstone View of Precast Prestressed Concrete, October 2010,” a video production of a documentary that would be used as instructional material to explain the manufacturing processes involved in producing this specialty construction elements.

Dr. Deborah A Woodley

Professor and Interim Chair, Ph.D., 1994, University of Illinois.

Conference Presentation, March 2011, “The Effects of Lamination on Image Quality and Light Stability of Display Media,” Austin, TX.

Served as Interim Chair for School of Technology beginning October, 2010.

Received Redden grant for $1,500 (Project title: Application of Automatic Digital Combo Heat Transfer Press).

Designer and Editor of School of Technology Newsletter.

Received 2011 Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences Faculty Research/Creative Activity Grant for $1,000 (Project title: Key Factors Affecting Color Reproduction on Garments Using Heat Transfer Printing).

Photographic Expedition to China.

Nashville, TN. Delivered two presentations at Illinois Business Education Association Conference in Springfield IL. Delivered two presentations at Illinois Association for Career and Technical Education in Effingham, IL. Adviser for PBL.

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

Ms. Linda Allen Mr. Tom Boldrey Ms. Karen Deering Dr. Mandy Wu Ms. Kimberly Hogan Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2008, Dr. Diana Wyatt Western Michigan University. Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2009, Ms. Pat Laube Mr. Roger Luft Capella University. Board member of the Technical Mr. Dave Pollard Association of the Graphic Arts Completed two advanced courses Mr. Fidel Salinas (TAGA), March 2011 – present. to receive Mastery Certification in Mr. Cecil Smith Experiential Learning from Council Conference Presentation, September for Adult Experiential Learning. Mr. Lorenzo Smith 2010, “Key Factors Affecting Color Attended University of Illinois’ Faculty Mr. Robert Stevens Reproduction on Polyester Fabrics Summer Institute. Using Heat Transfer Printing,” Ms. Mandana Toosi Pittsburgh, PA. Delivered three presentations at Mr. Robert Wiseman Recipient: Redden Fund grant.

the National PBL Conference in

Department of Military Science Cadre LTC. Stephen L. Knotts

Chair, Military Science Department, M.A., 2003, Webster University. Distinguished Military Graduate, Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

Mr. Eric Klinedinst Senior Military Instructor. Deployments- Operation Enduring Freedom V, Operation Iraqi Freedom V and VIII

SFC Anthony R Hoh

SFC Angie Ison

Deployment- Operation Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom

Instructor, Pursuing BSCJ, Colorado Technical University

Instructor, MS 2008 Eastern Illinois University

Field Artillery Basic Course, Ft. Sill, OK

Airborne

Deployments- Operation Enduring Freedom III, Operation Enduring Freedom VII

Air Assault, Jumpmaster

Ranger

Distance Learning School of Cadet Command Course

Honor Graduate, Ordnance Transition Course, Redstone Arsenal, AL

Combat Infantryman Badge

Jumpmaster

Master Fitness Trainer

Airborne

Small Group Instructor

Combined Logistics Advanced Course, Ft. Lee, VA

Combat Life Saver

Air Assault

Combat Life Saver

Combat Infantryman’s Badge

Lifeguard

Expert Infantryman’s Badge

Army Commendation Medal

Afghanistan Counter Insurgency Leaders Course

Army Achievement Medal

CAS3, Ft. Leavenworth, KS Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, KS Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Course

Expert Infantryman’s Badge

Commanders Safety Course Pre Command Course Distance Learning School of Cadet Command

NBC Course

National Training Center Observer/ Controller Course

Air Assault School

Bronze Star

Deployments –Operation Iraqi Freedom I and III, Operation Uphold Democracy

Meritorious Service Medal

Bronze Star

Army Achievement Medal

Meritorious Service Medal Army Achievement Medal Humanitarian Service Medal

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Combat Advisors Training Course Combat Life Saver Joint Readiness Training Center Observer Controller Course Unit Movement Officer Course Meritorious Service Medal Army Commendation Medal Humanitarian Service Medal

Mr. Bret M. Rogowitz Human Resource Technician, BS, 2006, Franklin University MA, 2011, Eastern Illinois University

Selected as the only HRT in the US to participate in the Army Accessions Process Commended for having the best Administrative Operational Program within Brigade Primary Briefer for 3 Presentations at 2011 Human Resource Conference


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STUDENT HONORS / SCHOLARSHIPS

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Accountancy Advisory Board Scholarship Rodney Amematekpo Madeline Trimble Marlena Rhoden Jamie O’Hearn Accountancy Excellence Award Courtney Anderson

Caterpillar Scholar Amy Kennedy Ayla Grady

Jack K and Marge Hatfield Scholarship Tyler Bates

Management Information Systems Excellence Award Matthew Bielema

Central Illinois Chapter of the American Marketing Association Outstanding Student Award Jessica Manzi

Jerome Rooke Accountancy Scholarship Jennifer Davidson

Management Information Systems Outstanding Student Award Steven Baker

Charles Gifford Manion Memorial Scholarship Brad Saribekian

Alexander Briggs Memorial Award Victoria Michels

Clay/Richland Scholarship Austin Kemmerer

American Marketing Association Achievement Award Cassie Ringer

Cooley Family Scholarships Arthesia Cartlidge Michael Lacine Joseph Erwin

American Marketing Association World Color Press Award Victoria Michels

Daryll and Janice Fletcher Scholarship Anthony Osifalujo

Association for Information Technology Professionals Most Valuable Member Award Bryan Cole Association for Information Technology Professionals Outstanding Graduating Senior Award Stephanie Evenson Association for Information Technology Professionals Outstanding Returning Member Award Samson Hille Bert and Janet Holley Scholarship Dale Briere Bill Spaniol Memorial Scholarship Rachel Blisset BKD, LLP Award Landon Arney Brankey Scholarship Blake Pierce Business and Education Scholarship Hillary Blake C. Roger Sorensen Scholarship Ayla Grady

Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key Melissa Burklund Katie Fehrenbacher Zachary Moomaw

Jim and Bess Townsend Hanks Scholarship Greg Schroeder Jim and June Giffin Scholarship Amy Luttrell Amy Kennedy John and Katharine England Currey Scholarship Megan Cravatta John and Mary Kensil Delta Chi Scholarship Brad Saribekian John M. Luther Scholarship Casey McKinney John P. Coffey U.S. Veterans Scholarship Tyler Davis

Don and Mary (Hartke) Gher Scholarship William McFarland

John Thompson Moore Scholarship David Lawrence

Donald and Clara Alice Seaman Shawver Scholarship Kaci Ogden Trey Stone

Judge and Usha Oberoi Scholarship Rodney Amematekpo

Earl S. Dickerson Award Madeline Trimble Finance Excellence Award Aimee Dihle Finance Faculty Award Chelsea Allard Steven Miller Zachary Moomaw Foster C. Rinefort Scholarship Luel Tekle George Preisser Memorial Scholarship Hillary Blake Grace T. Bair Business Scholarship Hillary Blake J. W. and Marilyn Oglesby Scholarship Brittni Melton

Keller Family Scholarship Willie Nichols Kevin and Pam Savoree Scholarship Andrew Mace Kris Beedy Karner Scholarship Brittni Melton Li Zhang Memorial Scholarship Anci Borozan Local Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship Emily Thompson MacGilvray Family Scholarship Megan Cravatta Management Award- Human Resource Concentration Mary Buch

Management Major Junior Excellence Award Matyas Hilgert Management Excellence Award Rachel Dihle Management Senior Merit Award Drew Baugher Jason Runde Marketing Excellence Award Patrick Higelmire Marketing Faculty Excellence Award Ian Hollis Master of Business Administration Program Outstanding Scholar Award International Student Luel Tekle Master of Business Administration Program Outstanding Scholar Award Off-Campus Collin Anderson Master of Business Administration Program Outstanding Scholar Award On-Campus Greg Poznic Master of Business Administration Program Distinguished Research/ Creative Activity Award Luel Tekle McCoy Family Scholarship Hannah Morris Mr. & Mrs. William Craig Simmons Memorial Award Hillary Blake National Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship Aimee Dihle Outstanding Finance Junior Award Kyle Moomaw Bricen Hakeman

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STUDENT HONORS / SCHOLARSHIPS

Outstanding Finance Senior Award Sara Atchison Roberson Business Scholarship Landon Arney Ronald and Myra Jeffris Distinguished Scholars Fund Chris Powell Rudolph G. and Kathryn E. Hlavek Scholarship Andrew Brachear St. Louis Chapter of the American Marketing Association Outstanding Student Award Chelsea Backes Student Investment Society Outstanding Member Award Ryan Tracy Bricen Hakeman The Dean Giffin Award Courtney Anderson The Hampton/IBM Business Scholarship Aaron Meadows Stephanie Evenson Thomas L. Elliott Scholarship Phouc Bui Timothy Gover/Clifford Fagan Scholarship Mattie Pentek United Graphics Scholarship Margaret Erwin Watson Memorial Scholarship Madeline Trimble

SCHOOL OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Carolyn Kluesner Modglin Scholarship Natalie Rodakowski Donna Lynn Connelly Memorial Scholarship Sarah Bouchard Autumn Cunningham Megan Jackson Eileen F. Hubbard Scholarship Karla Browning Hannah Hillaker

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Elsie and Erson Giffin Scholarship Kelly Altman Sara Duncan Amanda Little Stephanie Niemerg Maggie O’Connor Kimberly Roth

Felstehausen/Boldrey Excellence in Career and Organizational Studies Award Laura K. Becker Bruce Barnard

Family and Consumer Sciences Elderhostel Scholarship Mary Temples

Carolyn A. Forbes Centennial Scholarship Bruy Yunk

Family and Consumer Sciences Graduate Scholarship LaDonna Jenkins John E. and Mary J. Price Scholarship Lindsey Powers Rachael Jannusch McNabb-Dow Graduate Scholarship Jill Barnes Sarah Knoll Omar Karl Schmeusser Memorial Scholarship Dana O’Connell

Harold D. Fildes Scholarship Keithan Hedrick

Lillian Greathouse Scholarship Mitchell Gurick Jamison Klein Tori Rehahm Walter A. Klehm Industrial Technology Award Joseph Eckardt Lucille M. Klehm Technology Education Award Matthew Krezwick Kenneth and Keith Kohanzo Industrial Technology Scholarship Bryan Sparks

Ozier Child and Family Award Solomohn Ennis

Messer Family Scholarship in Technology Matt Stringer

Ruth Gaertner Scholarship Kayla Levek

NBEA Award of Merit Courtney Young

Ruth Miller Esbeck Scholarship Melissa Harper Elizabeth Karraker

John and Mary Frances Pauley Award Adam Robillard

Swope Fund for Excellence Outstanding Senior Awards Susan Conroy, Family Services Kelsey Hatch, Consumer Studies Hannah Hillaker, Apparel & Textiles Design Britney Jones, Merchandising Akihito Kojima, Hospitality Kayla Levek, Dietetics Courtney Meyer, Teacher Certification

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Roy E. Ehrsam Scholarship Allen Spargur Keithan Hedrick Charles A. Elliott Technology Scholarship Jamison Klein

School of Technology Alumni Award Michael Kranz Lou Ann and Tom Waskom Scholarship Clayton Montgomery John Henry Scholarship Steven Ocho

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE George C Marshall ROTC Award Kevin Liscovitz Distinguished Military Graduate Kevin Liscovitz

RECONDO Badge Kevin Liscovitz Christopher Bond Airborne Badge Ryan Owens Air Assault Badge Tyler Sapp Ryan Shumaker DA Superior Cadet Award Danielle Perkins Matthew Bochenek Nicholas Dano Lauren Viverito LCBAS Dean’s List Award Matthew Bohenek Joseph Cromwell Nicholas Dano Vincent Drake Robert Hale Pam Jankowski Steven Kutz Kevin Liscovitz Danielle Perkins Lauren Viverito Lucas Voudrie EIU Rising Star Steven Kutz Platinum Medal Athlete (Perfect score, Army Physical Fitness Test) Matthew Bohenek Robbi Jenkins Kevin Liscovitz Boris Pevtsov Safiyana Gayton Alumni Award Daniel Miller Londoff Chevrolet Inc. Award Ryan Shumaker Michael Nettleton Memorial Award Michael Bird Robert Hale Tawani Foundation and Pritzker Military Library Award Michael Bird Teresa Nelson Shea Talley Matthew Bochenek Steven Kutz Ryan Shumaker Thomas Treslo Ryan Owens


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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS American Marketing Association Dr. Thomas Costello, Adviser Chelsea Backes, President Association of Information Technology Professionals Mr. Paul Brown and Ms. Vicki Hampton, Advisers Zachary Caskey and Stephanie Evenson, Co-Presidents Beta Alpha Psi Dr. Jay Shinde and Dr. Bill Wootton, Advisers Courtney Anderson, President

Delta Sigma Pi Ms. Darlene Riedemann, Adviser Brendan Wilson, President, Fall 2010 Emily Thompson, President, Spring 2011 Eastern Entrepreneurs Dr. Marko Grünhagen, Adviser Kyle Mikos, President, Fall 2010 Hayley Dudek, President, Spring 2011

Financial Planning Student Association Mr. David McGrady and Mr. Jeff Oetting, Advisers Cody Sailor, President, Fall 2010 Mitch McFarland, President, Spring 2011 International Business Club Dr. David Boggs and Dr. Ayse Costello, Advisers Julianna Stevenson, President

Financial Management Association Dr. Chuck Chahyadi, Adviser Bahaa Abusalim, President

MBA Association Dr. Michael Dobbs and Dr. John Willems, Advisers

Student Dietetic Association (SDA - formerly known as Organization for Peer Education on Nutrition) Dr. Carla Honselman and Dr. Karla Kennedy-Hagan, Advisers Ashley Thacker, President

Student Association for the Education of the Young Child (SAEYC) Dr. Mikki Meadows and Dr. Sham MD-Yunus, Advisers Sammi Becerra, President

SCHOOL OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) Dr. Lisa Brooks and Dr. Betsy Pudliner, Advisers Joanna Sehy, President Gerontology Students Involved in Volunteer Efforts (GIVE) Dr. Jacquelyn Frank, Adviser Cassandra Simons, President Kappa Omicron Nu Dr. Kathleen O’Rourke and Dr. James Slavik, Advisers Danae Pritts, President

Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) Ms. Kathy Rhodes, Adviser Akihito Kojima, President

Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (SAFCS) Dr. Linda Simpson, Adviser Sara Duncan, President

Society for Human Resource Management Dr. Heather Jia and Dr. Denise Smith, Advisers Howard Adam, President, Fall 2010 Brad Wells, President, Spring 2011 Student Accounting Society Dr. Jay Shinde and Dr. Bill Wootton, Advisers Amy Kennedy, President Student Investment Society Dr. Ingyu Chiou and Dr. Patrick Lach, Advisers Ryan Tracy, President

Technical Association of the Graphic Arts/International Textile and Apparel Association (TAGA/ITAA) Ms. Jean Dilworth and Dr. Katherine Shaw, Advisers Anton Jefferson, President of TAGA WIM Ms. Patty Hudek and Ms. Deborah Reifsteck, Advisers Leah Sobut, President

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY ATMAE Dr. Tom McDonald, Adviser Construction Club Dr. Wafek Wahby and Dr. Kaninika Bhatnagar, Co-Advisers Ken White, President

Epsilon Pi Tau Dr. David Melton and Dr. Ping Liu, Advisers

Pi Omega Pi Dr. Julie Chadd, Adviser Sara Mitchell, President

Phi Beta Lambda Dr. Diana Wyatt, Adviser Tori Rehahan, President

Society of Manufacturing Engineers Dr. David Melton, Adviser

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE Leadership and Excellence Club LTC Stephen Knotts, Adviser Roy Peregrine, President

TAGA Dr. Yu-Ju Wu, Mr. Gabriel Grant and Dr. Luke Steinke, Advisers Anton Jefferson, President Technology Education Colligate Association Dr. Jerry Cloward, Adviser Nathan Bruns, President

Student Veterans of Eastern LTC Stephen Knotts and Mr. Mike Ruybal, Advisers Joe Bartholemew, President

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ADVISORY BOARDS

ACCOUNTANCY Jane Adams Senior Vice President – Finance First Federal Savings Bank of Champaign-Urbana Champaign, IL Jeffrey Bierman Partner KPMG LLP St. Louis, MO Eric Bradham Partner Larsson, Woodyard & Henson, LLP Paris, IL Patrick Brooks Senior Manager KPMG LLP Chicago, IL Brian Brown General Manager Illinois Agriculture Auditing Association Normal, IL Bob Buechner Deputy Finance Director Village of Arlington Heights Arlington Heights, IL Timothy Burke Principal William Blair & Company, LLC Chicago, IL Kaleb Lilly Manager RubinBrown, LLP Clayton, MO Sherry McCoy Partner McGladrey & Pullen, LLP Los Angeles, CA

Joel Neikirk VP of Operations Mid American Hotel Corporation Cape Girardeau, MO

Jenifer Wyss Partner McGladrey & Pullen, LLP St. Louis, MO

Tom Hunse President & CEO Parkitt and Whaite, Inc. Dallas, TX

Cindy Oakley Division Controller—Refined/ Specialty Oils Archer Daniels Midland Decatur, IL

Susan Young Associate Director of Athletics University of Illinois Champaign, IL

David Kenney Former Director Allstate Insurance Company Libertyville, IL

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Richard Lumpkin Chairman Consolidated Communications Mattoon, IL

Kenneth Pardue Senior Vice President Hilco Northbrook, IL Kraig Ritter Partner BKD LLP Decatur, IL Pat Roan Fund Accounting Manager State Farm Insurance Bloomington, IL Kent Rodgers Chief Financial Officer CarDon & Associates, Inc. Bloomington, IN Dean Scaros CEO Pay-Ease LLC Chicago, IL Emily (Smith) Bonomo Associate Clifton Gunderson, LLP Georgetown, IL Kelsey Swing CPA, Accountant Gilbert, Metzger & Madigan LLP Charleston, IL Brian Talley Business Support Manager Caterpillar, Inc. Peoria, IL

Mary Ellen Meador Partner & Director of Administration Kemper CPA Group LLP Robinson, IL

Steve Wente Partner Doehring, Winders & Co. LLP Mattoon, IL

Michael Mumm Chief Financial Officer Agracel, Inc. Effingham, IL

Melissa Wilhelm Vice President, Chief Audit Executive First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust Mattoon, IL

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Barbara Baurer Chief Operating Officer Country Financial Bloomington, IL Paul Blair Vice President, Investor Relations Zimmer Inc. Warsaw, IN Don Boerema Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer ADT Security Services Boca Raton, FL Shari Buckellew Museum Manager Town of Normal Children’s Discovery Museum Normal, IL Brian Christensen Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer David Vaughan Investments, Inc. Peoria, IL Craig Coil President Economic Development Corporation of Decatur and Macon County Decatur, IL Dick Dodson Retired, President ADM Investors Services, Inc. Chicago, IL H. Michael Finkle Senior Vice President, Investments Raymond James and Associates, Inc. Danville, IL

Joyce Madigan CPA, Partner Gilbert, Metzger & Madigan, LLP Charleston, IL Thomas Maskey, Jr. Owner Maskey Preferred Development MPD Fairfax, VA Michael Morrisey Vice President of Finance and Controller Green Savoree Racing Promotions Indianapolis, IN Sundeep Oberoi Owner OberTech Naperville, IL Wendy Perrow Vice President of Marketing and Alliance Alba Therapeutics Corporation Baltimore, MD Teri Radosevich Vice President of Community Relations & Public Affairs Avnet Phoenix, AZ William Rowland Chairman and CEO First Mid-Illinois Bancshares, Inc. Mattoon, IL Steve Selcke Vice President, Government Relations SBC Illinois Chicago, IL


Matthew White Operations Supervisor Consolidated Communications Mattoon, IL

SCHOOL OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES

Christine Halsey Receptionist Bella Vein Medical Spa Charleston, IL

Marta Lockwood Executive Director Illinois FCCLA Sullivan, IL

Alicia Hudson Graduate Assistant Eastern Illinois University Charleston, IL

Melissa Maulding FNP/EFNEP Nutrition Program Trainer Purdue University Cooperative Extension West Lafayette, IN

Julie Allen Registered Dietitian Ingall’s Family Care Center Tinley Park, IL 

Jean Huelsing CEO Living Well Foundation Founder/Owner – Camp Jump Start Imperial, MO

Keith Bliss Owner Bliss Catering Charleston, IL

Angie Hunt Housing Director HOPE of East Central Illinois Charleston, IL

William Connelly Retired Hot Springs Village, AR

Brenda Ingle Open Door Program Director Illinois Coalition for Community Services Charleston, IL

Traci Frieling Health Educator Ingalls Memorial Hospital Mokena, IL William L. Hahn Owner Building Maintenance Services Springfield, IL

Allison Kostelich Manager Maurice’s Charleston, IL Teresa Lang Child Care Instructor Lake Land College Mattoon, IL

Joan McFadden Program Director of FCS Education Ball State University Muncie, IN Paul Mejdrich Club House Manager Charleston Country Club Charleston, IL Julia Miller Supervisor Department of Children & Family Services Charleston, IL Carol Myerscough Co-owner Charleston Foods, Inc. Charleston, IL Susan Breeze Nied Director of Food Safety Sara Lee Corporation Downers Grove, IL Michelle Ross Case Worker Department of Children & Family Services Charleston, IL Jackie Swango Assistant Director EIU Child Care Resource and Referral Charleston, IL Carrie Titus Boelens Unit Educator University of Illinois Extension Galva, IL Barbra Wylie Director EIU Peace Meal Senior Nutrition Program Charleston, IL

Gwen Zumwalt Registered Dietitian Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center Mattoon, IL

DIETETICS Connie Breach Cranford Regional Point Dietitian Springfield Central Peritoneal Dialysis, Home and In-center Hemodialysis Springfield, IL Sally Cummins Healy Vice President, Food and Nutrition Edelman Chicago, IL Victoria Getty Director, Dietetics Department Indiana University Bloomington, IL Penny Roth Interim Chief Bureau of DHS Springfield, IL Gwen Zumwalt Registered Dietitian Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center Mattoon, IL

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Dawn Bagby Regional Director of Sales Hilton Garden Inn/Homewood Suites Champaign, IL Steve Cekander General Manager Buffalo Wild Wings Effingham, IL Patty Green Sales Director Thelma Keller Convention Center Effingham, IL

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ADVISORY BOARDS CHILD CARE RESOURCE AND REFERRAL Sharon Barta Family Child Care Provider Sharing Horizons Preschool Charleston, IL Kirsten Bays Attorney at Law Crouse and Associates Charleston, IL Darrell Best Family Child Care Provider (Coowner) Littlest Angels Family Child Care Shelbyville, IL Betty Brinkerhoff Licensing Representative Department of Children and Family Services Danville, IL

Stacy Hudson Brand Service Consultant Intercontinental Hotel Group Belleville, IL Nancy Johnson Independent Meeting Planner Champaign, IL Cara Milewski Special Events Coordinator Firefly Grill Effingham, IL Gwen Mitchell Banquet Coordinator Quail Creek Country Club Robinson, IL Katie Noland Guest Services & Hospitality Manager I-Hotel Champaign, IL Sue Sluyter Dining Services Manager Sodexo/Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN Katie Waddington Director of Human Resources Country Club of Peoria Peoria, IL

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MA IN GERONTOLOGY Dee Braden Executive Director Coles County Council on Aging Life Span Center Charleston, IL Kathy Hummel Retired Teacher Charleston, IL

Kathy Clark Family & Consumer Sciences Instructor Charleston High School Charleston, IL Julie Cohan Director Agri-Fab ProtoTykes Day Care Sullivan, IL

Richard Hummel Retired Professor of Sociology Charleston, IL

Jessi Crews Extension Advisor University of Illinois Extension Marshall, IL

Dr. Gary Mikel Physician Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center Charleston, IL

Betsy Day Coordinator Project HELP, EIASE Charleston, IL

Michelle Simpson Account Manager Corvel Corporation Charleston, IL Barbra Wylie Director EIU Peace Meal Senior Nutrition Program Charleston, IL

Lisa Ellis County Director University of Illinois Extension Paris, IL Debbie Floyd Manager Child & Family Connections Decatur, IL

Vicky Foster Family Child Care Provider (Owner) Country School House Family Child Care Charleston, IL Chrissy Goble Teacher Cornerstone Christian Academy Kansas, IL Karen Hart Instructor/On-Site Director of Child Development Lab EIU -School of Family & Consumer Sciences Charleston, IL Teresa Lang Child Care Instructor Lake Land College Mattoon, IL Jode Lanman Licensing Representative Department of Children & Family Services Charleston, IL Kara McGahey Local Office Administrator Department of Human Services Charleston IL Dr. Jim Painter Chairperson, School of Family & Consumer Sciences Eastern Illinois University Charleston, IL Alice Shonk Program Director Coles County Training & Development Center Charleston, IL Laura Shull Principal Early Childhood Eastern Illinois Area Special Education Charleston IL Erma Tison Counselor WIA Youth Program, CEFS Economic Opportunity Mattoon, IL


Barbara Warmoth Director Charleston Community Day Care Charleston, IL

Katie Zuber Family Life Educator University of Illinois Extension Olney, IL

Jennifer Weidner Professional Development Coordinator ERBA Head Start Greenup, IL

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY

Cindy Titus White Executive Director Chamber of Commerce Charleston, IL Beth Wood Service Coordinator Child & Family Connections Decatur, IL

Jeffery D. Decker Product Safety and Litigation Manager The GSI Group, LLC Lerna, IL John R. Elder Vice President Hitachi Metals Automotive Components Effingham, IL

Bob Glinke EXD Operations General Manager Caterpillar, Inc. Aurora, IL Jonathan F. Gosse Editor in Chief American Technical Publishers, Inc. Orland Park, IL Leon M. Hinton President and COO Soy Capital Bank and Trust Decatur, IL Robert Hubbard Vice President and COO Atrius Bioscience, LLC Charleston, IL Ross McCullough Vice President – Marketing United Parcel Service Atlanta, GA Sean McNulty Undergraduate Student School of Technology Charleston, IL

BUSINESS SOLUTIONS CENTER Mark Bluhm Charleston Area Charitable Foundation Frank Brummer Business Owner Bob Colvin City of Paris Jeanne Dau Eastern Illinois University Susan Hanfland SCH Consulting Annie Hernandez Lumpkin Family Foundation Joedy Hightower Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation Mahyar Izadi Eastern Illinois University Stepheny McMahon Sullivan Economic Development

Jon Randolph Manufacturing Director of Operations RR Donnelley Mattoon, IL

Paul Ruff City of Paris

Kathy Rhodes President Tuscola Community Foundation Tuscola, IL

Sharon Schaubert Midland States Bank

Robert Shamdin President Mattoon Precision Manufacturing, Inc. Mattoon, IL

DEAN’S STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD Courtney Anderson Jacob Dallas Scott Neal Ryan Owens Bradley T. Saribekian Joanna Sehy Phillip Sterling

Dean Samuel Samuel Music

Bob Schultz JM Schultz Investment Co. Eli Sidwell Business Owner Alan Singleton Singleton Law Firm. P.C. Todd Vilardo Charleston Community School District #1 Bob Webb Eastern Illinois University Cindy Titus White SCORE

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DONORS

With a grateful and appreciative heart, your friends in the Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Sciences extend thanks to our many dedicated supporters. We live in tough economic times and for many of our students the times are particularly difficult. Your gift is making a significant and positive difference, for which you are to be commended. We value your support and will always seek to be good stewards of your donation, utilizing it for the direct benefit of the students we serve. Again, thank you! Donors to the School of Technology Future Fund were recognized in April 2011 with a luncheon and room unveiling. To date, five rooms have been named within Klehm Hall, with on-going efforts to secure the support of additional room namings. We gratefully acknowledge Roy and Helen Price, who named a room in honor of their late son, Dr. James D. Price (74, 77); Dr. Janet Triechel (64, 71); Ross (87) and Cindy McCullough; and Eastern alumni working at the Colcon Corporation in Sullivan, Illinois: Mike Mitchell (69, 79), Gina Vieback Spinner (83), Jeff Mitchell (98), and Christie Jasper Wright (78). The McCulloughs also named a room in honor of former SOT faculty member Dr. Tom Waskom and his late wife, Lou Ann Waskom.

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Phyllis J. Abt

Cedric Z. Baar

Adams Memorials

Gregory J. Baggerly

Agracel, Inc.

Donna J. Baggerly

Francine Ahern

Rendong Bai

Tiffany A. Akers

Mildred J. Baker

Victoria D. Albon

Jennifer L. Baker

Kristine M. Alther

Ruth E. Baldock

Tracy A. Ambrose

Jo A. Baldwin

American International Group, Inc.

Matt E. Bales

Robert L. Anderko

Mitzi G. Balkauskas

Larry E. Anders

Kelsey J. Ballard

Anders, Minkler and Diehl, LLP

Diane E. Bammann

Bob Anderson

Hilda J. Bandera

Corita D. Anderson Gregory G. Andresen

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

Dennis J. Anhalt

Bruce K. Barnard

Anonymous Friend

John I. Barnes

Jason A. Anselment

Patricia K. Barr

Catherine N. Anstrom

Marilyn J. Barr

APCO Worldwide

Cheri L. Barter

Apple Tree Day Care

Kim G. Bartosz

Applied Systems, Inc.

Darcy A. Bartsch

AptarGroup Charitable Foundation

Judith A. Baumann

Steven C. Arbuthnot

Thomas E. Bayer

Kelly M. Archaimbault

Liz A. Baze

Archer Daniels Midland Company

John D. Becker

Archer Daniels Midland Corporation

Wallace W. Beeler

Jerry L. Bales

Barbara A. Baurer

Jeffrey W. Bee

Roger L. Archibald

John E. Beer

Carol J. Armstrong

Craig A. Begert

Howard R. Arnett

Victor E. Bell

James E. Arnholt

Nathan C. Bell

Mary K. Arnold

Annette M. Bellm

Sandra L. Aronson

Gloria J. Bellow

Cathy J. Ashmore

Virginia A. Bender

Lance C. Aten

Stephen W. Benner

Charlotte A. Atkins

Kathy A. Bennett

Susan M. Atwell

Gail S. Benson

Carolyn J. Auger

Angela M. Benton

Kim E. Ausmus

Steven G. Berghorn

Chris J. Aydt

Katie Berry


Michele L. Bertrand

Anita J. Broeren

Caterpillar, Inc. Peoria

Eileen Cooney

Brenda E. Deaville

Amy M. Best

Bromenn Healthcare

Melissa A. Cavanaugh

Scott R. Cop

Robert F. DeBolt

Beta Gamma Sigma

Wayne Brooke

Julie A. Chadd

Michael R. Copeland

Susan L. DeCarlo

Marilyn S. Biehler

James E. Brosam, II

Rod L. Chally

Barbara A. Corbly

James Dee, Sr.

Jeffrey W. Bierman

Daniel T. Brosseau

Dina D. Chapman

Cris D. Costantino

Richard G. Dellinger

Jimmy C. Biggs

Laura J. Brown

Chenoa Elderly Service

Country Financial

Linda L. Denk

Dawn M. Biggs

Cheryl C. Brown

John W. Cherry

Wendy A. Courtney

Clifford L. Dennis

Denise L. Bilyeu

Ruth A. Browning

Chevron Texaco

Frank A. Brummer

Ingyu Chiou

Covidien Employee Matching Gift Program

Thomas M. Dersch

Darlene K. Bingham

Chrisman Senior Center

Penny C. Cox

Dick L. Diekemper

Barbara W. Christensen

Jeff K. Creighton

Mary K. Dillon

Cynthia J. Christensen

Shelly S. Cremens

Matthew Dirienzo

Brian A. Christensen

Larry D. Crews

Greg G. Ditman

William R. Bishop Sandra M. Biver BKD, LLP

Janice L. Buerkett Rodney A. Bull

Douglas P. Dhom

Loren J. Blackfelner

Bunge Corporation Foundation

Mike R. Blackwelder

Brad L. Burgett

Amanda N. Ciaccio

Phillip D. Crites

Paul G. Blair

Thomas E. Burke

Earlene L. Cimo

Douglas D. Crook

Diversified Safety and Training, Inc.

Susan J. Boardman

Timothy L. Burke

Citizens National Bank

Mary M. Crouch

Kathryn A. Dixon

Lori L. Boehm

Radford P. Burkett

Harry J. Clapeck

Walter L. Crowley

Bryan A. Dixon

Barbara C. Bokan

William E. Burkhardt

Teresa L. Clark

Gordon J. Dobner

Bolder Business Service

Hazel L. Burns Trust

Dick Clark

Cathryn CufaudeRechner

Bernadette M. Boll

Carole Burris

Linda L. Cully

Richard W. Dodson

Jeffrey S. Bollman

Susan M. Burton

Alec Cumming

Timothy S. Doehring

Carol A. Bomball

Anthony G. Buscemi

Sue E. Cundall

Sara L. Doehring

Gregory A. Bonnell

Barbara A. Busch

Janice K. Curtis

Dave L. Doerr

Michael L. Boorom

David A. Bydalek

Matthew E. Curtis

Angela Doll

Gwenda D. Booth

Carmen M. Caldieraro

Cybergrants, Inc.

Deette Y. Domes

Sue Boughan

Deborah Caldwell

Chris Cyr

Darren C. Donaldson

Ann V. Bovenkerk

Kay A. Callison

Kari A. Dabrowski

Susanne M. Doran

Esther Boward

Janice G. Caloia

Gary R. Dalbke

Tasneem H. Doriwala

Jill R. Bowers

Marty J. Camden

Edith A. Dammeyer

Richard L. Dowers

David L. Boyer

Brent W. Campbell

William J. Daniell

Gary R. Dowling

John G. Boyer

Deb Camren Anderson

Lynn M. Danielson

Ronald Downs

Nancy E. Boyer

Bruce J. Capaccio

Randy Darlak

Stephanie A. Drain

Eric V. Bradham

Barbara J. Carlton

Gerald L. Dart

James R. Draper

Amy L. Braghini

Daniel L. Carr

Jeanne C. Dau

Donald A. Drennan

Maria C. Braham

Barbara L. Carr

Kevin E. Daugherty

Charles J. Drozd

Donald A. Brauer

Eric N. Carson

Hank H. Davis

Norma M. Drummond

Dorothy C. Brewer

Lea Ann Carson

Julie J. Davis

Jeanette E. Brickman

Linda L. Carter

Community Foundation of Central Illinois Depository

Jean E. Davis

Stephanie A. DubailShaw

Arthur L. Bright

Dan Carter

Teresa A. Compton

Kelli D. Davis

Jo Ann Duncan

Bonnie Brill

Andrew J. Caselli

William F. Connelly

Keith M. Davis

Doris G. Dunn

Diana S. Briscoe

Barbara S. Cash

Laura A. Connerly

Angela N. Davis

Robert E. Dunn

Richard A. Broderick

Kimberley J. Cassidy

Kathy A. Connor

Barb F. Davis

Nebojsa B. Dupor

Thomas L. Broderick

Caterpillar Foundation

Michael P. Consorti

Gary M. Dean

Robert Durbin

Maureen M. Clark Megan R. Clark William T. Clary James D. Clegg Donna R. Clendenin Clinker Classic Jerry Cloward Mark W. Coffey John P. Coffey Martin J. Coleman Debbie M. Coleman James A. Coleman Stephanie P. Colgan Pamela J. Collins Kathy L. Collins Community Chest of Dwight

Sheila E. Dodd

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DONORS

Joyce A. Dutton

Margaret S. Fiorillo

Anthony A. Gagliano

Linda Green

Nancy Harmon

Kevin P. Early

First Bank

Kostas Galaras

Vincent L. Gregory

S. L. Harris

Sarah C. Earnhart

First Federal of Champaign-Urbana

Tina J. Galik

John J. Gregory

Yvonne J. Harrison

Don Gardner

Mary L. Gresham

Carol A. Harrison

First Mid-Illinois Bank and Trust, Mattoon

William P. Garver

Sheila M. Greuel

Ronald L. Hartsock

First National Bank of Arthur

Gaskill Church

James R. Gries

Sara A. Harwood

Jean A. Gassoway

Robert E. Griffith

Virginia C. Hausman

David E. Gay

William D. Griggs, Jr.

Thomas R. Hawkins

General Electric Foundation

Jay W. Grimes

Sherry L. Hayn

James C. Grimm

Eileen M. Healy

Kenneth Geragosian

Jeannine S. Fischer

Ronald D. Grissom

John D. Hearne

Ann E. Gerhold

Christy L. Egart

Sara B. Flaherty

William M. Gross

Anthony E. Heimann

Donald L. Gher

Dennis J. Eisele

Robert L. Fleming

Lena M. Grotenhuis

Eric R. Heiple

Ryan W. Gibson

Betty G. Elliott

Art L. Fleming

Cynthia M. Grove

Therese A. Helmer

Lora J. Elliott

Randal S. Flesch

Gilbert, Metzger and Madigan, LLP

Merida S. Gruhn

Dale K. Helpingstine

Nancy K. Ellis Ordway

John W. Fletcher

Barbara J. Gilhaus

Kimberly J. Gryl

Dale G. Hempen

Dean S. Elmuti

Daryll D. Fletcher

Brian S. Giller

Samuel A. Guccione

Dane C. Henderson

Marsha A. Elsas

Thomas W. Flynn

Wendy L. Gillespie

Joan Guciardo

Michelle A. Heninger

William J. Emrich

Diane M. Flynn

George W. Gilmore

Kenneth J. Guetersloh

Leona M. Henschen

Mary J. Englum

Flora H. Foltz

Tom L. Gilomen

Robert E. Guinn

Jacqueline M. Herald

Gregory J. Errion

Elizabeth L. Ford

Angie L. Glazebrook

Sabine U. Gutt

Kurt Herbst

Kim Ervin

Janet M. Ford

John C. Guyot

John M. Herder

Susan E. Escalante

Dolores A. Ford Mobley

Glen Oak Medical Plaza Friends

Brook A. Haebich

Arnold M. Herman

Express Scripts Foundation

William J. Forst

Ginny L. Gochanour

Elaine Hagan

Christina S. Hermann

Scott R. Goers

Michelle M. Hagen

Susan E. Hermann

Jacqueline I. Golightly

Donna K. Hahn

Annie L. Hernandez

Stephen R. Golseth

Linda J. Hale

Christi A. Gonzales

Perry R. Hall

Heyworth Church Association

Jared J. Goodman

John D. Hall

Bradley W. High

Jacqueline S. Goreham

Vivian A. Hallett

Mary E. Hildebrandt

Adelino R. Gorospe, Jr.

Jerry B. Hamilton

Henry M. Hilgenberg

Ned Gough

John E. Hamlyn

Timothy W. Hiller

Timothy D. Gover

Colleen J. Hammel

Galen L. Hinkel

Robert J. Gover

Susan Hanfland

Marsha L. Hinthorn

Rena A. Gower

Dale A. Hanner

Loyola Hintzman

Dennis A. Grace

Michael R. Hanrahan

Karla R. Hodge

Kelly C. Hansen

Roy R. Hodgeman

Carol J. Fritts

Graff, Ballauer and Blanski, P.C

Stephen L. Harbaugh

Thomas R. Hoehn

Shirley E. Furr

Debra C. Grant

Brenda R. Harbaugh

Kevin P. Hoffman

Pamela J. Furrer

Jennifer R. Grant

Kevin M. Harden

Katherine L. Hoffmann

Gerald D. Fines

Jeffrey W. Furry

Sandra L. Graven

Carolyn Hogan

Mike Finkle

Sharon L. Gaesser

Robert J. Hardig

Cassandra C. Graves

Warren E. Harding

Gail Hoke

Martha J. Finn

H. Tom Gaffigan, Jr.

Lillian R. Greathouse

Peggy J. Hargis

Jeanne D. Holland

East Central Illinois Development Corporation Joshua J. Ebbert Mark A. Edgar Joel D. Edgington George H. Edwards Karen S. Edwards Effingham County Treasurer

Pamela S. Fagen Tamara M. Fahling Phyllis M. Fasking Patrick J. Fay Jerry J. Fear Tony Feeler Bill G. Fellers Gerald P. Felten Viola I. Fenstermaker Pauline Ferguson Kathy S. Ferguson Mark A. Ferris Alissa J. Fesler Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

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First National Bank of Dieterich First Presbyterian Church of Bement

Gerald R. Forsythe Charles R. Fortino CMD Richard A. Fox Kevin J. Fox William S. Francis Amy R. Frank Arnold G. Franke Travis J. Franklin Sadgio Fredianelli Kendra L. Freeman Michael H. Frega David J. Friedland

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Jean L. Holley

Heather S. Jia

Kathy M. Holmberg

Timothy L. Johanson

Karen J. Holtgrewe

Dale W. Johnson

Chad A. Holthaus

Christine Johnson

Chris J. Homan

Sharon D. Johnson

Mike R. Honnold

Latonya Jones

Tammy L. Hooker

Staci J. Jones

David A. Horn

Walter R. Jones, Jr.

Donald Horn

Kevin L. Jonson

Tom G. Horsman

Robert E. Jordan

Lori B. Hoskins

James Jordan-Wagner

Timothy J. Hoster

Martin A. Joseph

Marjorie M. Houghland

William J. Kahr

Andrew W. Houk

Cynthia J. Kaiser

Calvin E. Hubbell

Mary L. Kamalsky

Chuck Huber

Christina A. Kanak

Zella F. Hughes Dale L. Huisinga, Jr.

Karen and Robert Wolters, Sr. Foundation

Michael J. Hummert

Bernard J. Kitten

Doug S. Labelle

Dick V. Livengood

M. Kathleen Klaeser

Julie A. Labhart

M. Diane Lloyd

Joseph C. Klapka

Gerald P. Lager

Mark R. Lobes

Kathi A. Katcher

Jeffrey A. Kline

Kevin J. Lamb

Nicole Lobring

Margie J. Hurt

Jim G. Kehias, Sr.

Anthony W. Kloet

Joseph E. Lampen

Jane A. Lockett

Mildred J. Hutchens

Kenneth W. Keigley

A. J. Kluesner

Judith A. Lampkins

Thomas E. Logan

Cindy M. Hutchison

Gretchen Keip

Linda Klump

Toni L. Langdon

Mike Loomis

Harry Hutchison

Blair D. Kelch

Amy M. Knapp

Karen E. Larson

Yoshie S. Lord

Jerilyn Hutson

Kimberlee M. Kelly

Jane A. Knicley

George F. Lary, III

Debora L. Love

William L. Hutton

Kemper CPA Group, LLP

Rovena L. Knight

Doris J. Lau

Margaret A. Lowery

IBM Corporation

Kevin M. Kempin

Ellen B. Knollenberg

Jacquelyn A. Lawler

IIntegrys/Peoples Gas/ North Shore Gas

Joan C. Kennedy

Daniel M. Knollenberg

Gail R. Lawrence

Lumpkin Family Foundation

Keith M. Kenney

Michael J. Kochalka

Dianne H. Lee

Mary S. Luttrell

Gregory K. Ikemire

Franklin J. Kenny

Keith K. Kohanzo

Wayne A. Lehmann

Michael S. Lysaker

Illinois Agricultural Association

Pat Kensil

Kevin J. Koontz

Marc A. LeMoine

G. Mike MacGilvray

Steven M. Kensil

Ronald A. Koopman

James R. Lewis

Karen S. Maddox

Illinois Mennonite Relief Sale Association

Mary E. Kentzler

Charles J. Kozlowski

Robert H. Lewis

Joyce A. Madigan

Margie A. Kerr

KPMG Foundation

John M. Lewis

Amy J. Madson

John R. Kiedaisch

Cynthia D. Krahn

Carl D. Lewis

Sharon E. Maggert

Gerald N. Kieft

Stanley B. Kramkowski

Dillon M. Lewis

John P. Mahoney

Debbie A. Kimberlin

Katherine A. Kramper

Kim M. Lietz

Mary J. Maile

Kay Jackson

Marjorie J. Kimpel

Mel H. Krieger

Dawn R. Ligon

Michael Mandarino

Mary L. Jackson

Carolyn S. Kinder

Scott E. Kuhar

Kaleb J. Lilly

Lucy M. Mann

Kelly J. Jackson

Kinder Morgan Foundation

Logan A. Kuhn

Christopher J. Lindauer

Martin J. Mansfield

Nicole L. Kuhn

Gary D. Lindley

Dru King

Steve M. Kummer

Keri A. Lindsco

Marathon Petroleum Company, LLC

Caryn A. Kingseed

John L. Kuruc, Jr.

Todd W. Lindsey

David S. Kirgan

Sheri L. Kuska

H. Philip Lisenby

Theodore J. Kissinger

Gerald Kusmaul

Greg R. Litchfield

Hushang S. Irani Melanie A. Isaacs Ryker J. Logan Gover Insurance Agency, Inc.

Paula J. Jarrett Earl W. Jeffers Ron D. Jeffris Laurie A. Jessen

Gary W. Marquis Rosalinde Martin Nancy E. Martin

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DONORS

Stephen L. Masey

Dena M. Miller

Gretchen E. Niehaus

Gail L. Mathews

Elizabeth L. Miller

Karla R. Nielson

Amy E. Matich Jamee S. Matson Mattoon Precision Manufacturing Company Catherine R. Mauck Mary R. Maxson

Piatt County Nutrition Program

Kenneth R. Pyburn Penny L. Quade

Cheryl K. Miller

Lakshmi Neelesh Nimmagadda

James D. Pierce Rodney D. Plackett

Ronda K. Queen

Cindy K. Miller

Michael H. Noelck

Diane M. Pohlig

Alan L. Raddatz

Cindy A. Miller

Larry L. Norris

Dave Pollard

Jean M. Rahilly

Michael C. Miller

Northern Trust

Kim L. Ponder

Richard A. Rahorn

Amy E. Popp

Susan M. Ralph

Charles W. Miller

Pamela D. Quade

Lisa E. Miller

Terri L. Norton

Michael J. May

Karen J. Miller

Joan Nunn

Ruth Anne Poppe

Richard E. Ramsey

Michelle A. May

Kim R. Miller

Linda M. Oakley

Mary E. Poppe

Adam W. Randle

Timothy H. Mills

Stacey J. O’Brien

Lynda A. Potter

Monte R. Rann

Elizabeth K. Milner

Mike J. O’Donnell

Joan R. Pound

Laura M. Rao

Bob Milton

Carol O’Hagan

Deena C. Powell

Frances E. Rardin

William C. Minnis

Charles F. O’Malley

Loretta P. Prater

Martha J. Rardin

Ed Mitchell

Elaine O’Neall

Tiffany A. Prestipino

Harla Jeanne Reagan

Carl T. Mito

Order on Treasurer of Atlanta Lodge

Helen Price

Deborah S. Reed

David R. Pritchard

Nancy L. O’Reilly

Lola H. Reed

James H. Pritchard

Kathleen A. O’Rourke

Becky J. Reed

Teresa C. Proctor

Geraldina M. Ortiz

Catherine Reisner

Cindy L. Pufahl

John R. Osmundsen

Tammy J. Reitter

Joanne M. Pugsley

Our Redeemer Lutheran Church

Reznick Group, PC

Connie L. Morgan

Sheridan L. Pulley

LTC Jeff A. Rice

Sy McElvain

Morgan Stanley Matching Gifts Program

Don G. Overton

Joan McGarigle

Brenda S. Morris

James M. McGrath

Steven R. Morrison

Cynthia J. McGuire

Mark J. Morrow

Jonathan R. McKenzie

Kathy B. Mosley

Lucille R. McLachlan

Frank A. Mumford

Rolan T. McMillan

Michael J. Mumm

Aimee L. McMorris

Judy K. Myers

Donna A. McNeely

Audrey J. Naffziger

Mary E. Meador

Susan M. Napolitan

Charles M. Meece

Brenda S. Nardi

Ellen E. Melton

Margaret Nauta

Gary W. Melvin

Brian Necessary

Michael C. Merry

Julia J. Neimes

John M. Messer

Joseph W. Neisler

Michael J. Metzger

Willard E. Nelson

Sheryl K. Meyer

Tracy A. Nestander

Dolland J. Meyers

Teresa L. Newell

Wesley J. Meyers

Nanci D. Newstrom

Midland States Bank

Susan L. Nied

Joseph B. Mikrut

Bruce W. Nied

Eric W. May May, Cocagne and King, PC Jenny Mayberry April J. Mayberry Karen J. McCarey Ralph E. McCausland Betty J. McComas Marc L. McCoy Ross A. McCullough, Jr. Gene McDivitt Vickey J. McDonald Jennifer C. McDonough

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Shari L. Mleziva John D. Modder Gregory L. Modesitt Mary Jo Montgomery Donald R. Moran

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Geralyn H. Owen Deborah J. Owens S. Jayne Ozier Charles L. Ozzie Pearl Nancy C. Page Daniel A. Palmer Michael T. Pardini Marcia A. Parker Cheryl L. Parker Danny L. Parkinson Robert E. Parrish Dawne L. Pascoe Bonnie Pashkow Estate Peace Meal Seniors Mary Peceniak Janice A. Pellegrini Monica J. Pepple Katherine A. Perry Steve R. Persinger Lora J. Phillips


Joseph A. Rice

Paul J. Saegesser

Allen J. Shevlin

Susan D. Stamerjohn

Kelsey D. Swing

Susan M. Rich

Nicholas J. Salamone

Charlene C. Shields

State Bank of Arthur

William B. Swisher

Mary Ellen Richards

Amie A. Samp

Richard T. Shields

Gregory J. Symanski

Clancy E. Richey

Walter Sanders

Jeannea K. Shier

State Farm Companies Foundation State Farm Insurance Company

Donna R. Taflinger

Steven R. Szekely

Terry L. Ridgley

Shirley M. Sanders

Paul D. Shimkos

James M. Riess

Christopher S. Sandwell

Jaysinha S. Shinde

Belva C. Rincker

Marc A. Sanner

Raymond E. Shockley

Foster C. Rinefort

Sara Lee Foundation

Joan S. Shoemaker

Jean F. Rinefort

Elizabeth A. Scarbrough

MAJ Roger A. Shuman

Rodney A. Ringger

Dean M. Scaros

Karen A. Sibert

Terry A. Ristig

Theresa M. Schackmann

Cheryl A. Siddens

Stewardson Strasburg 5-A School Activity Fund

Kraig A. Ritter

F. Michael Schaefer

Charles R. Sikora

Melvin L. Stewart

Patrick W. Roan

Gary L. Schaefer

Darryl W. Silver

Marilyn B. Stickling

John L. Roberts

William A. Schafer

Brian T. Simeur

Cindra K. Stiff

Kevin V. Roberts

Jean M. Schaffner

Douglas T. Simon

The Saint Paul Foundation

Richard W. Stipe

Tracy A. Roberts

Rebecca J. Schatz

Charles K. Simpson

Gregory S. Thom

Dike Stirrett

Edward J. Robinson

Amy J. Scherer

Singleton Law Firm, PC

Barbara Thomas

Thomas E. Stitt

Eileen Roche Langan

Ryan R. Schilling

Randolph W. Siuda

Cinda S. Stocks

Thomas E. Davey, DMD, PC

Mary K. Rodgers

Dennis R. Schmidt

Laura D. Sleade

John M. Stole

Todd A. Thomason

Kent N. Rodgers

Graham M. Schmidt

Suellen Sly

Hugh F. Stone

Corinne T. Thompson

Patti F. Rodriguez

Robert C. Schmitt

Norm R. Small

Linda J. Stoops

Vikki Thomson

Mary L. Roeller

Timothy D. Schnoeker

Denise S. Smith

Marilyn A. Stopek

Ann P. Thurn

Robert G. Rogers

Edward D. Schopperth

Barbara A. Smith

Sue Storckman

Dee M. Ticknor-Snapp

Catherine A. Roling

Richard M. Scott

Lois E. Smith

Wood L. Stortzum

Lyman C. Tieman

Ramona S. Rollins

Emily S. Scott

Lisa K. Smith

Lisa L. Stoutenborough

John E. Tingley

Philip A. Romano

LTC Mike F. Scuteri

Toni M. Smith

Gayle Strader

Jeffrey Tishberg

Martha M. Romig

Barbara A. Seagren

Glenn O. Smith

Nancy L. Stranc

Elvis L. Titsworth

Leslie D. Romines

Warren Seagren

Marilyn S. Smitley

Gene Strandberg

LTC Michael A. Toepfer

Kathryn A. Rooke Estate

Mary K. Seaman

Rita J. Snodgrass

Kylee K. Strohm

Helen W. Tolliver

Verlyn K. Rosenberger

Jerry L. Seaton

Jeanne R. Snyder

Alice I. Strole

Kathy A. Rosenkrans

Rebecca J. Seay

Sokol Engineering

Kurt D. Stumpf

Christie Roszkowski

Steve F. Selcke

C. Roger Sorensen

Deborah A. Sulcer

Tom A. Roth

Eric W. Selstad Andrew E. Semzar

Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation

Terri A. Sullivan

Ray A. Roth Kara L. Royal

Justin T. Seno

Paul Spangard

Eric J. Rue

John L. Serfling

Susan J. Spence

Paul H. Ruff

Violet R. Shaffner

George E. Spengler

Michael A. Russell

David W. Shaw

Beverly C. Sperry

Terrence P. Ryan

Alice Shawver

Jules D. Spindler

Terry R. Ryker

Brian T. Sheely

Christina M. Ryskiewich

Beverly J. Shelton

St. Pauls Lutheran Women of ELCA

Lisa M. Sherrick

St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church

Joan E. Swearingen

Dina M. Sackman Jackie E. Sadler

Juanita L. Sherwood

Joy C. Stafford

Troy D. Swinford

Rebecca J. Steiner

Charlotte Talkington Brian C. Talley

Dennis J. Sterchi

Cynthia J. Tatum

Jeff Sterling

Michelle L. Tessier

Julie G. Sterling

The Capital Trust Company of Delaware The Fluor Foundation The Jopac Companies

Mary T. Sullivan Richard L. Sumption James E. Sunday Barbara L. Sutorius John E. Sutter Larry F. Sutter Catherine J. Sutter-Reise Max L. Sweeney

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DONORS

Mori Toosi

Diane K. Wickenhauser

Mary Jane Workman

Martin C. Wilder

Robert G. Wrenn

Kathleen L. Wiley

Pamela A. Wright

Anita A. Willbrand

Dusty Wright

Marolyne S. Williams

Jennifer J. Wright

Wanda L. Williams

Yu-Ju Wu

Nancy A. Williams

WW Grainger, Inc.

Williams Companies

Diana A. Wyatt

Willow Creek CPWM

Barbra D. Wylie

Willow Springs Foundation

Jenifer J. Wyss

Michael D. Wilson

Michael W. Yallaly

Robert P. Wilson

James E. Yarbrough

Marcia K. Wilson

Patrick A. York

Lori A. Wilson

Ann M. Young

Sheng R. Xia

Ellen L. Watkins

Charlie R. Wimberly

Steve E. Totten

Vanguard Group Foundation

Karla J. Watson

Susan L. Young

Tony N. Tousignant

Vantage Technology, LLC

Terry L. Wingate

Suanne C. Waymack

Linda R. Yurek

Karen C. Tracey

Ron K. Vaughan

Carla S. Wingert

Robert Webb

Debra C. Zambrowicz

William E. Tracey

Sekhar C. Vemparala

Kelly M. Winter

Cindy D. Webb

Mary E. Zemcik

Frederick A. Treiber

Verizon Foundation

Mary F. Wisner

Mary A. Weber

Marc L. Zemel

Janet M. Treichel

Vesuvius USA Corporation

Blake K. Witsman

Michael T. Weber

Jianqiang Zhou

Jacklyn F. Witthoft

Brandon J. Weber

John H. Zimmermann

Cydney J. Wolf

Barbara A. Webster

Leo R. Zinanni

Gary L. Wolff, II

Cynthia J. Wedryk

Craig W. Zude

Melody L. Wollan

Curt H. Wehrmann

Diane E. Zuhone-Shore

Hollis R. Wood

Barbara A. Weidman

James S. Wood

Willard L. Weidner

Mark S. Wood

David M. Weiner

Deborah A. Woodley

Susan J. Weir

Charles W. Wootton

Vincent J. Trosino Trust

Velda L. Vice

Donald L. Tucker

Robert N. Vickers

James H. Tunnell

Todd J. Vilardo

Amelia L. Turner

Peggy J. Vise

Tuscola National Bank

Virginia L. Vogel

Lori A. Uhl

Kenneth L. Vogt

Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington Normal

Betty L. Wacker

United Way of Champaign County

Amy E. Walch

United Way of Decatur and Mid-Illinois

James E. Walden

Wafeek S. Wahby Marie E. Wahls Suzanne Walden

Wells Fargo Foundation James W. Welsh William D. Wente Steven M. Wente Linda Werling

Robert L. Urbance

Brenda K. Walden-Ingle

James G. Vadas

Corey A. Wall

John V. Valenta

Roscoe E. Wallace

James A. Vanaman

Stephanie J. Walling

CPT (Ret) Thomas M. Vandenberg

Norma J. Walters

Theresa A. Vandenberg

Ke Wang

Carol A. Vandre

Shou-Jen Steve Wang

Elizabeth K. VanDyke

Doris E. White Family Trust

Dan A. Wartalski

Laura L. Whiteman

Michael H. Wampler

Wyatt D. Waterkotte

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Mary J. West Brian D. West Susan D. Westerman Stanford A. Westjohn David P. Wetherton Linda A. White


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