Two Kansas University alumni, Scott Coons and Brad Korell, were elected trustees of the KU Endowment, the university announced Monday.
Coons, of Lawrence, graduated from KU with a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering in 1991. He is the president and CEO of Perceptive Software, headquartered in Shawnee, and is an advisory board member for KU's business and engineering schools.
Korell, of Austin, Texas, received a law degree from KU in 1997. He is the managing partner of Korell & Frohlin, which has three offices in Texas, and is a member of the KU School of Law Alumni Board of Governors.
The KU Endowment announced last week it provided $119.4 million to the university for fiscal year 2013.