The University of Kansas recently recognized Laura Hanigan, Kim Page and Tammy Schoenhofer for their years of service to the university.
The KU Life Span Institute at Parsons staff hosted a reception on July 19 at the UCDD and Parsons Research Center. KU pins and gifts were presented to the honorees, and refreshments were served.
Hanigan, business coordinator, received her 25-year pin and a KU pen with commemorative KU Jayhawk pen box presented by David Lindeman, director of the Life Span Institute at Parsons.
Page, research project specialist, received her 10-year pin presented by Hanigan, who was the emcee.
Schoenhofer, accounting specialist, received her 20-year pin and commemorative paperweight presented by Hanigan.
Each spring KU celebrates the long-term commitment of its employees by providing the KU Service Awards. Service pins are presented for every five years of eligible service. At the milestone of 20 eligible years of service, and every five years thereafter, a memento or gift is given in addition to a service pin.