Jayhawks in the News | June 29

Posted on Jun 29, 2018 in Alumni News and News

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Find out what fellow Jayhawks are up to in our weekly edition of “In the News.” It’s like an online version of Class Notes. If you’ve seen Jayhawks in the news who should be featured, email us at share@kualumni.org.

 

New director takes the helm at House of Compassion | Times-Republican

House of Compassion, a non-profit organization in Marshalltown, Iowa, has named March Runner its new director effective July 1. Runner holds a degree in tribal environmental law from the University of Kansas. She previously worked as executive director for the Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa, for 2.5 years.
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Communicate the Impact: Travis Goff is NEXT UP | College AD

Travis Goff, c’03, j’03, was selected as one of 11 members of the adidas 2018 NEXT UP class. The honorees are senior-level athletics administrators. A brief interview with each honoree accompanies the announcement.
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What started as a homework assignment turns Anchorage basketball star Mario Chalmers into an author | Anchorage Daily News

Mario Chalmers of Anchorage is one of the few basketball players to win an NBA championship, an NCAA championship and a state high school championship. Now he’s one of a handful who also can say he’s a published author.
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Free State to add former KU athletics director Sheahon Zenger to football staff | University Daily Kansan

Free State high school’s football program has added former KU Athletics Director Sheahon Zenger to its staff as linebackers coach. Zenger served as director of football operations at Kansas State University in the late 1980s and has also coached at the University of South Florida and the University of Wyoming.
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