Spotlight Spring 2011 Edition
- Home for Homecoming Class of 1960 alum John Staton recalls Homecoming 2010.
- Editors Notes Spring inspires creativity, and that’s what we’re celebrating in this issue of Spotlight.
- Calendar of Events
- Emporia Connection stages reunion
- Sharing Knowledge Curtis Chandler, Kansas Teacher of the Year
- Another prize-winning instructional design
- We're Empowered by E! See Emporia State University’s new marketing campaign at work.
- ESU claims three more Horizon Award winners
- 2010 Distinguished Alumni H. Edward Flentje, Robert "Bob" Gress and Omar G. Rogers, Sr. share 2010 Distinguished Alumni honors.
- 2010 Outstanding Recent Graduates ESU honors recent grads who've already proven their excellence.
- Foundation trustees reflect on change at annual meeting
- Around Hornet Nation Alumni gatherings far and wide.
- Emporia's Empowered Arts A unique glass-forming program hits its stride at ESU.
- Six questions for Michael Hernandez ESU grad now an instructor-technician at Ball State University.
- New space coming online at Memorial Union Lots to "ooh" and "ahh" about as the Memorial Union project takes shape.
- Tax credits available for Memorial Union renovation donors
- ESU Marketplace opens online giving opportunities Sweaters...sushi...scholarships. Buy them all online.
- Sports Highlights All things Hornet Athletics.
- Goodbye, Joan...Welcome, Laurie! A new face in the Alumni Association office.
- Hornet Heritage family’s ESU roots run deep The Simkins-Hartzler family is recognized.
- Saving lives with clay Bonner and Bonner Diversity Lecture Series presentation stresses transformation.
- Trio applauded during Founders' Day Gail "Pep" Shanelec, Kieth Hiesterman and John Summervill are winners of 2010 University Citation Awards.
- In Memoriam
- Through the Years | Honors
- Through the Years | Births
- Through the Years | Nuptials
- Homecoming 2011
Welcome to your Spring, 2011 edition of Spotlight, the magazine for members of the Emporia State University Alumni Association!
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