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Kansas University announced the honorees for the sixth-annual KU Men of Merit, a project created by former KU football player Gary Green and sponsored by KU's Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equity.
This year’s honorees include Perry Alexander, a professor of electrical & computer engineering; Schuyler Bailey, captain of KU Public Safety; Preston Barr, senior in business management and leadership from New Haven, Ind.; Mitchell Cota, a junior in marketing and international business from Overland Park; Will Dale, a senior in English, Topeka; Michael Detmer, graduate student in music therapy, Breese, Ill.; Bryne Gonzales, senior in speech language hearing, Topeka; Drew Harger, junior in accounting and finance, McPherson; Robert Klein, a professor of anatomy and cell biology and dean of graduate students at KU Medical Center; Bret Koch, junior in business and leadership studies, Tonganoxie; David Mucci, director of KU Memorial Unions; Eddie Munoz, office manager for engineering administration; Jorge Perez, associate professor and graduate chair of Spanish; Dustin Struble, assistant director of Student Involvement and Leadership Center; and Phil Wagner, a graduate student in communication studies, Lynchburg, Va.
KU will host a reception for the honorees March 10 in the Kansas Room of the Kansas Union.