Jayhawks in the News | Nov. 18

Posted on Nov 17, 2017 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.

 

Idaho State Bar recognizes Wood River and Magic valleys members at Annual Resolution Meeting | KMTV.com

Fifth Judicial District Judges Robert Elgee of Hailey and Michael Crabtree of Burley, will be recognized as Retiring Judges. Crabtree attended law school at the University of Kansas and was chambered in Cassia County.
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Hawks to Watch: Sarah Stern | KU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Sarah Stern was a Hawks to Watch even while still an undergraduate at KU. While studying for a B.A. in Latin American Studies and B.S. in Journalism, Sarah won a fellowship from Kansas Paraguay Partners that took her to Paraguay, where she mastered Spanish and Portuguese and conducted a study of poor women’s experiences with microfinance programs.
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KU business alumnus finds success at Amazon | KU Business

During his time at Amazon, alumnus Erik Hanssen has put his business education to use doing everything from managing fulfillment operations to helping launch ultrafast delivery offerings.
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Texas PG Grimes chooses Kansas | The Garden City Telegram

Elite Texas high school combo guard Quentin Grimes has decided to play basketball at Kansas, he announced Wednesday night at a signing ceremony at his high school. Grimes is a Jayhawk legacy: his mother, Tonja Stelly, is a KU graduate.
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KU Deputy Title IX coordinator creates first ever female majority on Lawrence City Commission | The University Daily Kansan

Jennifer Ananda helped make history in Lawrence. Ananda, c’04, l’10, s’10, fully expected to place fourth in the recent city commission campaign. Instead, she took second, earning a four-year term and becoming part of the first female majority commission in Lawrence history.
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