LAWRENCE – Twenty-four current students, faculty members and KU alumnae are among this year’s honorees in the 2012-13 KU Women of Distinction calendar. The annual calendar recognizes women across the KU community for outstanding achievements.
Among the 15 current students and recent graduates, four are recognized for individual achievements, and 11 are recognized among group accomplishments, including advocating for international students and cultures, advancing student achievement, building communities, breaking barriers in STEM fields and leading by example.
Taylor Anne Haun, from Olathe, earned her Bachelor of Social Work from KU in 2012 and is currently a graduate student in the School of Social Welfare. Taylor is featured on the calendar in the Leading by Example category. In 2011, she received an Undergraduate Research Award from the KU Honors Program. She is a KU Multicultural Scholar in Social Work. She is a member of the Douglas County AIDS Project board of directors and the Sigma Alpha Lambda national leadership and honors organization.