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KU Giving Magazine

Fall 2021
Issue 33
Working Toward a More Inclusive Organization
By Dale Seuferling
A core value of KU Endowment is cultivating a people-centered environment that is welcoming to all in an atmosphere of respect and fairness.


Building a University of Kansas for ALL
Advancing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging takes many hands
By Valerie Gieler
School of Rocks on the Colorado River
Grand Canyon trip is a journey through time
By Valerie Gieler
Welcome Home
New Jayhawk Welcome Center will greet students past, present and future with incomparable views and countless stories
By Michelle Strickland
Challenge Grant for Champions
Seeking support for KU’s outstanding debaters
By Victoria Sickinger

Across KU

Couple’s Generosity Lives on — Clarence and Hazel Beck
Campus Happenings — Fall 2021


Every Gift Matters - Creating Scholarship is a Dream Come True
Creating the Amanda and Bryce Holt Scholarship is a dream come true for KU alumni
Giving Snapshots - Fall 2021
Donors share why they give
KU Student Portraits — Andrew and Benjamin Jones
Helping people is in the DNA of the twin brothers and future doctors
KU Endowment 101 — Volunteer Leadership
The Board of Trustees governs KU Endowment and ensures it provides support to the university
The Faithful — Virginia Wulfkuhle
The great grandmother of KU’s first graduate continues the Jayhawk tradition
Time and Place — Monument to Freedom Restored
A replica of the historic David Buffum tombstone is back in Pioneer Cemetery

You’re invited to help us create a future where students have uncommon educational experiences, researchers make life-affirming discoveries, and together, we change the world for the better. Ever Onward we go into a future of infinite possibilities.