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  • Jennifer Bean
    Accounting Specialist
    University of Kansas
    office: 2014 Eaton Hall
    phone: 785-864-4783
    email: jlbean@ku.edu
  • Joal Hathaway
    Administrative Assistant
    Elizabeth City State University
    phone: 252-335-3696
    email: joalhathaway@mindspring.com
  • Rachel James
    Administrative Assistant
    University of Kansas
    office: 304 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7998
    email: rachelmjames@ku.edu
  • Jennifer Laverentz
    Administrative Manager
    University of Kansas
    office: 334 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7722
    email: jenlav@ku.edu
  • Malcom Lecompte
    Research Associate
    Elizabeth City State University
    phone: 252-335-3696
    email: mL118031@gmail.com
  • Darryl Monteau
    Education Coordinator
    University of Kansas
    office: 338 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7797
    email: dmonteau@ku.edu
  • Aaron Paden
    Machinist
    University of Kansas
    office: 112 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7661
    email: aaronpaden@gmail.com
  • Paulette Place
    Lab Technician
    University of Kansas
    office: 313 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7746
    email: l688p796@ku.edu
  • Steve Rector
    IT Engineer
    University of Kansas
    office: 336 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7798
    email: rector@ku.edu
  • Jim Rood
    Staff - Aerospace Engineering
    University of Kansas
    office: Learned
    phone: 785-864-2873
    email: roodjim@ku.edu
  • Hara Madhav Talasila
    Engineer
    University of Kansas
    office: 327 Nichols Hall
    phone: 785-864-7747
    email: hara.madhav@ku.edu
  • Jeff Wood
    Multi-Media Technician
    Elizabeth City State University
    phone: 252-335-3234
    email: jawood2@mail.ecsu.edu

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