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Richard Totleben

Lansing, KS, Aerospace Engineering, Minor in Business
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Richard Totleben (he/him/his) is a senior from Lansing, Kansas studying Aerospace Engineering and minoring in Business.  He is heavily involved in the Marching Jayhawks as well as the Basketball Pep Bands here at KU. Richard is the secretary for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a national men’s music fraternity. He also spent a month in Italy, completing courses in Thermodynamics and Financial Management.  In his free time, Richard enjoys spending time with friends, watching Netflix, and cheering on the Jayhawks at various sporting events.

 Ask me about: performance ensembles and opportunities in the School of Music, opportunities in the School of Engineering, studying abroad, campus life, and entertainment opportunities in the surrounding area.

richard.totleben@ku.edu


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