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Quarter of new honor society members study business

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Twelve of the 48 University of Kansas students recently inducted into the Mortar Board - an honor society - are from the School of Business.

The Mortar Board, which started in 1918, is a national honor society that recognizes college seniors for their success in academics, leadership and service.

New members from the School of Business are listed below.

Hannah Elizabeth Baker
Dominik Bastian Hertzler
Thomas John Kennedy
Danielle Marie Kopp
David James Larson
Lauren Ariel Magathan
Erin Devery Robinson
Adam Wesley Roch
Robin Marie Soltis
Joseph William Sterling
Julie Claire Valentine
John Michael Zecy



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