Tribute to MU Women

Tuesday, April 26, 2005 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 12:38 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Ten students and faculty and staff members at MU were honored at the third annual Tribute to MU Women on March 31. The event was sponsored by the MU Chancellor’s Status of Women Committee.

The tribute recognized women who have worked to create an environment of equity, fairness and justice for women at MU ; have respected the diversity of women’s experiences; and have helped promote the advancement of women through education, advocacy, support and activism.

This year’s honorees were:

  • Nancy Flournoy, professor and chairwoman of the statistics department
  • Patrice Hutton, a student majoring in social work
  • Sylvia Jauregui, a residence hall coordinator in Johnston Residence Hall
  • Krystal Keup, medical student
  • Penny Lorenz-Bailey, training and development coordinator in physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Logan Micheel, a student majoring in interdisciplinary studies
  • Julie Middleton, director of organizational development and adjunct assistant professor in the department of educational leadership and policy analysis
  • Mary Jo Neitz, a professor of sociology and women’s and gender studies
  • Cathy Scroggs, vice chancellor for student affairs
  • Judy Wall, professor of agriculture biochemistry.

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