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Director
785-864-4225
Nunemaker Center

Ph.D., Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Iowa

M.S., Water Resources Engineering, University of Kansas

B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Kansas

Anne Dotter Portrait
Associate Director, Curricular, Co-Curricular, Engaged Learning
785-864-3539
Nunemaker Center, Room 204

Ph.D., American Studies, University of Kansas

D.E.A., Département d'Etudes Anglaises et Nord-Américaines, Université de Strasbourg, France

Assistant Director, National Scholarships and Fellowships
785-864-4235
Nunemaker Center, Room 201

Ph.D., German and Scandinavian Studies, University of Minnesota

M.A., German Studies, University of Minnesota

B.A., German & Humanities, University of Kansas

Ed Healy Portrait
Assistant Director, Advising, New Student Orientation, Completion
785-864-3375
Nunemaker Center, Room 216

Juris Doctorate, Vermont Law School

B.A. Biology, University of Kansas

Assistant Director, Admissions
785-864-3305
Nunemaker Center, Room 105

M.S., College Student Affairs, Nova Southeastern University

B.S., Biology, Nova Southeastern University

 

Lesley Owens Portrait
Assistant Director, Student Engagement
785-864-3248
Nunemaker Center, Room 208

M.F.A., English, Pennsylvania State University

B.A., English & Humanities, University of Kansas

Honors Admissions Representative
785-864-3374
Nunemaker Center, Room 106

B.A., Applied Behavioral Science, University of Kansas

Kala Stroup
Emeritus Faculty and Internship Advisor, Former University President, National Nonprofit President and Professor
Nunemaker Center, Room 215

Ph.D., Organizational Development and Communication, University of Kansas

M.S., Educational Psychology, University of Kansas

 

Jeff Weinberg
Emeritus Faculty & Development Advisor

M.A., University of Kansas

B.A., University of Kansas

Jen Jedlicka
Data and Records Coordinator
785-864-3307
Nunemaker Center, Room 202

B.A. Human Resources, Rockhurst University

Administrative Associate
785-864-4225
Nunemaker Center, Room 213

 A.A., Kansas State University


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