Thank you!!

Thursday, April 16, 2009 (Around 5 years ago)

Thank you to everyone - faculty, staff, and administrators - who helped out throughout the 2008-09 year at the John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning.

  • Jennifer Ackil
  • Ana Adams
  • Mark Anderson
  • Elizabeth Baer
  • Aaron Banks

  • Margaret Bloch Qazi

  • Leila Brammer
  • Scott Bur
  • Kevin Byrne
  • Eric Carlson
  • Kirk Carlson
  • Kyle Chambers
  • John Clementson
  • Thia Cooper
  • Deane Curtin
  • Carolyn Dobler
  • Eric Eliason
  • Will Feiert
  • David Fienen
  • Barbara Fister
  • Rebecca Fremo
  • Mimi Gerstbauer
  • Max Hailperin
  • Lisa Heldke
  • Jeanne Herman
  • Yurie Hong
  • Mike Hvidsten
  • Colleen Jacks
  • Elizabeth Jenner
  • Jeff Jensen
  • Brian Johnson
  • Julie Johnson
  • Sarah Johnson
  • Pam Kittelson
  • Jane Lalim
  • John Lammert
  • Richard Leitch
  • Tom Lofaro

  • Micah Maatman
  • Mariangela Maguire
  • Henry McCarthy
  • Steve Mellema
  • Doug Minter
  • Dan Moos
  • Mary Morton
  • Chuck Niederriter
  • Byron Nordstrom
  • Brian O’Brien
  • Peg O’Connor
  • Ann Pesavento
  • Deb Pitton
  • Sujay Rao
  • Tim Robinson
  • Jeff Rosoff

  • Michele Rusinko
  • Brandy Russell
  • Paul Saulnier
  • Rachel Slater
  • Mary Solberg
  • Dwight Stoll
  • Roland Thorstensson
  • Hank Toutain
  • Marie Walker
  • Bob Weisenfeld
  • Ken Westphal
  • Thomas Young

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