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Inaugural class graduates from Leadership Washburn

The inaugural class will graduate from Leadership Washburn on Friday, May 4. Leadership Washburn was designed to developed essential knowledge, perspectives and skills of both current and future campus leaders to achieve individual and organizational excellence.

Leadership Washburn offers a comprehensive professional development opportunity that explores leadership at Washburn University through content, networking, engagement, and applications. The program requires significant commitment throughout the academic year.

Washburn is pleased to announce the graduation of the inaugural class of Leadership Washburn class of 2012:

Rick Anderson, vice president for administration and treasurer
Jennifer Ball, associate professor, School of Business
James Barraclough, career services specialist, career services
Patrick Cawiezell, assistant director, admissions
Donna Clark, assistant director, human resources
Brad Clark, instructor, computer repair and networking department, Washburn Institute of Technology
John Cummings, assistant director, Student Recreation and Wellness Center
Christopher Enos, sergeant, university police
Tonya Grauberger, assistant director, University Bookstore
John Haverty, manager of technology support, information systems and services
Amanda Hughes, assistant director, university relations
Marian Jamison, associate dean and professor, School of Nursing
Lisa Jones, university counsel
Jill McCartney, assistant athletics director
Judy McConnell-Farmer, chairwoman and professor, education
Michael McGuire, associate professor, psychology, and dean, University Honors Program
Kathy Menzie, chairwoman and associate professor, mass media
Eric Moss, associate director, facilities services
Jennifer Robert, director, information technology, Washburn University Foundation
Tracy Routsong, chairwoman and associate professor, communication
Michael Russell, associate professor, psychology, and scholarly creative director, Washburn Transformational Experience
Richard Selden, bursar, business office
Michelle Shipley, associate professor, allied health
Rhonda Thornburgh, director, budget planning and analysis
Kerry Wynn, assistant professor, history

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Thomas Underwood, academic outreach, (785) 670-1242

Amanda Hughes, university relations, (785) 670-2153

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