Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS)

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X .Q- 2 TABLE QE CGNTENTS Campus Life and Activities Academic Clubs and Organizations Computer Science Technology Electronic Data Processing Technology Electronic Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Technology Aeronautical Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology Surveying Technology General Engineering Technology Chemical Engineering Technology Continuing Education and Undeclared Majors Administration Physical Plant Index of Names 2 - l T' M M ,, H ,.. ,. ,X-,f H 15,1 ' ' as l , y f Q H - - , N y 1, Y . 1 y ,- ,ug . N e ,, 1-1 - swf .- cf ,H V .s xg' 'l, LT! ,-xg - Who wants to cook? Especially when a variety of sandwiches can be eaten at the cafeteria . .. or Mexican food. Even outsiders were known to frequent Kansas Tech's cuisine club. Soup, milk, vegetables, even Steak and Shrimp were served once in a while all part of the lure provided by .loEllen's cooking staff. Sure, the hash got old and a few casseroles left some to be desired. but who had time to cook? '17 - Fx! J rx f - 'hx' ,, ., -. 'Lf - gf -.vw xy colors will probably compete in memories to the time JoElIen "dropped a case of beans on her foot." Happy eating. Tracy Beitz goes back for more soup, while Monty Oberle and friends enjoy friendly though sometimes challenging conversation with their meal on the right. What lasting event occured during the school year? A major facelift to the cafeteria-adding live plants and lively Mike Threewitt and Mike Ptacek going through the Ray Kaiser pulls up a chair. line. in ,I J ' esh i'i""'i-Q Y swan IT' u ,Q .JJ 5 SQUP' CCCKI Union patrons were treated to cheerful improvements and a variety of new foods this year, thanks to Karen Reidel. Soups, vegetable, beef S noodle, ham S beans, potato, chili and more. if J he Above Left. Vic Vishneske takes a few moments to review notes, while Conan Hall finds a quiet corner, above. li 'if- 1-. . h 8 1' -,nf A ' v 4 so g , ft 225 ...4 rl ' A 31 ' A. ,H fp" ir if , iss p , , A J2,r"5 . "X " f Eyeballing the num I3 bal beings good I to Jeff Civner. s 5. R - , tffgiz- 5. .KZ y ' , 7 , . s , -N . 1, r W, , f J 'f,:'fV. , , t , - J, , . ANI. . 4 ,N Y it f ., if 492' .1 if , A Q' w e ' , 1 , , gay , l f -1. - -l,,, , - ff, Sz, i- 'Y 2,1- Q Zglw M22 as 4, ,gif 1W gg '- , Q i 'iftfi 4' 0' it if I we E V .3 if 63 7 I .git BC Living in the Kansas Tech resi- dence hall with 7l other KTI'ers is an adventure. lf it wasn't for the RA's, the place would be a total mad house. An occasional shaving creme fight, locking people in their rooms are just a few of the antics that occur. The RA's are on the first floor, Rod Sackriderg on the second floor, Turley Hayesg on the third floor, Eric Snell. Kirt Ruble, was hired this year as the new dorm director to be on call most of the time. 7 FOGTBALL I R Under blue skies, with beautiful sunsets, on green buffalo grass, in gentle breezes, Kansas Tech foot- ball action pits "Cats" vs "Dogs" and "Riot" vs "Dragons". Real battles. In the end it was the "Riot" that took the cham- pionship after five games. All hard fought. Ken Kuhlman. "Riot" team member. passes to teammate. 1: 4, 0 -..,.,,,,X W . . '10 '33, Gm E -.7 pQtuQ1 MURAL BA KETBALL The challenge for basketball was the faculty and staff team. Max Shepard led a team of net stuffing, ball-grabbing professors to the league championship. Pretty good for the ole boys. Yet the big money during the year had to be on Brad Richardson's city league team-the Skyforce. Kuhlman. Stricker. Pflughoft. Bennett, Snell, Ptacek, to name a few of the Skyforces. Other leading players were Mellies, Parry and Schwartz for the Fury. Wright, Weisbender, Conales and Brummer of the Gonads. Umscheid, Carlton and Laver led the Pussycats. Finally Heimar. Abell, Mahoney Burroughs, Gotyl and Parker led a balanced attack for Civil. Our apoligies for those missed. Intense. competitive. friendly slugging it out at the nets. xr F- R. '. R H 1 K . , ' In 1' '..,xV.j fl . ' v ' l f--via-wi "1 ' ,'.'ff,lw. El ,J .214 wa , -f--- V f's3vr:v-.mag f H ' -fee-vfwfzl-11 H-1--j-,x 2,121 f u ., " A - 'A i .-., l Wm , ' ' J ""'-HN: A .,,,,, 7. K' ' . ,' at pq .. ll? k .Ll Highest score. Terry Krause, CT major Steve Thompson. Faculty Bill Holmes. Winning Team. I Q I B Q L I H Q 0 0 O President Tilmans Eric Snell and Linda Tilmans, scorekeepers. 32 4-if ., ff fi , , ' 1.ibiwi-5.i"fif1f? 9' Lf Knock 'em over Betsy. Tfiifrf 1 A Etffifaifii' 1 hw-, 3 , . 5, Thanks to TOT's fundraising efforts, more than SLK was donated for scholarships. Administration, faculty and even several local businesses reached into bottomless pockets for the dollars. Bill Holmes, CT major, seemed to be the most persuasive. He brought in over one third of the money. Then Bill turned around and bowled everyone over by playing on the first place team. Top roller, though, was President Tilmans, with a high game of 20I. J -Q Q, 'rg 'risi- 1 ff L! 1. 1- l i ' l .ii F7291 ax' 1 Gur Proud Bird The annual Salina Veteran's Day Parade was the sight of an usual phenomenon, a Peacock riding a wave down the middle of Santa Fe. The idea was the brainchild of the SGA to promote Kansas Tech to Salina. When the opportunity to present the public with Kansas Tech. arose, the students really got behind the project. It took two weeks of innovations to finish on time, but it was a project that will probably never be equaled again. Karen Keehner, Kevin Weisbender, Greg Dome, Larry Winter. Paul Rickman, Matt Wilson, Ray Kaiser. A95 1 lFIoat J, .-Greg Dome llori Ross Below Mike Pta- cek. Paul Rick- man and Larry Wynn. . 'A - Y -Chix-9 J if M --.114 ...Pi 'll I .oi I 'x P' , 1 E W... fall During the l985-86 school year, two major dances were held. On October 26, the Halloween dance was held at the KTI gym. That night, students from Kansas Tech and other area colleges were given a break from tedious studies. On February I3, the Valentines dance was also held at Prime Time, an area bar. This dance was sponsored by area colleges. During the evening there was an air band and a valentines booth. 12 s S 4 GYM 7' 16 ' ,ff l -fs ' 1 Left, no one was chicken about attending any parties around Salina. especially when students from Brown Mackie and other schools were present. Above, Karen Keehner and Dawn Esslinger dressed for the occasion. RE REATIG DANC S . . . The Gift of Life BLOOD A rigorous class schedule is not the only reason blood is drawn at Kansas Tech. Besides the competition of grades, as well as sport activities, students. staff and faculty are drawn in a spirit of voluntarism-they volun- teered in force to give blood to the Red Cross. ln fact, the Red Cross had one of its most successful stops on the Kansas Tech campus. More than lm pints of blood were given, an amount equal to almost 2072, of the student body. Give yourself a pat on the back Kansas Tech. A in l Above. Eric Snell and Jim Prosser at SGA voting booth. Matt Wilson. President Karen Keehner. Treas. Fall 'I l I LI D I I Rick Stricker, Vice Sherri Colvin, Sec, Fall GOVER The SGA challenge for I985-86 was to bring respect and professionalism to Student Government. An expanded roll in decision-making and a greater un- derstanding was hopefully achieved. Declining enrollments resulted in reduced funds which created much controversy throughout the year. Empha- sis was placed on the old adage "do it right, or don't do it at all". Brad Richardson, activities Coordinator, developed many activities, intramurals and programs. At the state level, Matt Wilson, President of student government, worked with the Regents and legislators on offering solutions to higher education problems. Matt also traveled to Washington, DC, and testified for Finan- cial Aid and other college programs. President ME T... Paul Apel, Treas. Spring Brad Richardson. Student Coordinator f- Above. SGA reps Mike Falk, Allan Moore, Chad Conkling, Dawn Esslinger, Eric Snell, Monte Bieker and E. Skip Griffey. Not pictured: Lori Ross, James Moberly, Mike Ptacek, Dave Jones, Steve Collins and Steve Mclntire. CANDID MEMGRIE What is the typical KTI student doing 5 minutes before a big exam? These candids found Dwain Shorman perfecting his crib sheets. Jeff Lauer crying in his dorm room, Judy Wesley was asking Santa for help, Sherri Colvin was hugging her Leprechaun son Derrick for luck, Chuck Boley was giving Monte Bieker direc- tion to the men's room and Chad Conklin was found trapped in his bedroom because someone had stolen all his clothes. Q ' AWWE . ffffffgl ' ' f'f'?2- . fiixgalt : y -C . fl wh. 49- L sf- ,. " -Ji? si vf' I ' 1 ..- lf 111 - 'I , , x ' if 'f Q , 55,4 W .. pi ,S , L , 3 9. ,, ,, ' W: I A if I g p f d h W ds. above, and Joyce Reynolds, rig p g al stages of the canoe mold. A ell Id by HA Q YE' 'Wings CIVIL' ONCRETE CANGE Pits KANSAS TECH Against KU, KSU and many, many more schools. I I In the days of the past, gangsters were sometimes found in concrete. At Kansas Tech, you might find a Civ- il student in concrete, a concrete ca- noe that is. Every year, Civil students build a canoe and race it during the last weekend in April. The race is held in Manhattan, and competition is with teams from several different colleges across the Midwest. During l986, Ovid Woods, team captain, put together a group that in- cluded Joyce Reynolds, photographer. David Jones, Mold designer, and Ran- dy Bourbina, Treasurer and head scavenger. Randy did very well when it was necessary to come up with some extra supplies. Along with several other Civil students, a canoe was built that weighed about IZO pounds, compared to an average ca- noe, built of aluminum or fiberglass weighing about 80 pounds. ln Manhattan, heats were held for a men's competition, as well as wom- en's, coed and instructor's. Like usual. the team did well into the final heat. though Kansas Tech has won events several times in the past, a few crashes seemed to slow the team down a little in I986. However, Ovid Woods, threw a concrete Frisbee the farthest. Among the rules for participating was one that stated "If you don't help build the canoe, you won't get to par- ticipate with it." The canoe was 607, concrete, with a glass microbead aggregate. The mold was made of wood and con- crete, then concrete was poured. After hardening, the mold was split off and the canoe was sanded down, named and painted. "Sweat". mfg? ba, 5 - 'K . v -Q -. L.: A 4 f- - A rr ij. " .' - ,due 4 r -s., f 4 A g ag. -. D i .l A , U X -, Vu, 'N NK' , ' X X - 7 r . A .2 ,J ,I ABOVE. Just before the race, the canoe is prepared. RIGHT. Taking the canoe out for a warmup is Randy Bourbina, who jubilantly returns. BELOW. S -i ,, I ev L. 'fr FROM PRI G OLYMPICS VI Y . t Q' .'r " tf ' L!-I 4 "f '.' I 4 +5 ,L 'Jn il ' - 4' '1 'nl 3' nf 'll 1 -I' ,N E . ei . R - O , -l ' Q l QQ Yu, n l in mk, ,ily t 3 . , ' ln ABOVE. Brian Knoell eyes the horse- shoe target. Who said Kansas Tech'ers weren't athletes? BELOW. Rod Mellies throws a shoe while Darren Berschauer watches on. 0 fd' ,Q-J if i'- U 'lp iv: 6' me E-mg22?'? . a'it,', 2 K .3. .,,a .V PM Q, 25' f tam ,fmt 2 J nfgfq 1 , ',t ,x A V ,up W rj: .1 A ,f .1 f A 'N N, 3 X x Je- , g.g,-'A,. we .f V. X ABOVE. Tug-o-war teams try to keep out of the mud. LEFT. Good food is enjoyed by all. Also good music is enjoyed. TO STUDE T EMI ARS 3- S. v.- Ni' Y O K ., O, ' n ,'- mf Y T , ,in i ..' ,t , in ,J 4, 5' -, M, ' - ws Xa w 'F ff" .H-,, ,lt-,Qnl -0 ri ' 1- " s.. ,-t On a warm Saturday afternoon at Kanopolis Lake, the Spring Olympics took place on May 3, l986. Horseshoes, Volleyball, hacky sack, races and other competitive events were sprin- kled among the socializing. A few people liked the music, many nev- er gave up their places at the picnic tables because of the food, supplied by Jim's Fried Chicken. As everyone knows, where there is food, there is fun. What about oth- er funny stuff? The water and wood trails along with rocks provided ample opportuni- ty for it. ' we 1 ' - , 15" .Af ,, f. .fr -,1, ,w',j,4: , 'QQ --M4-...LA - .N-4 X Part of the training at Kansas Tech is to prepare students for jobs available. Who better to do that than former students? So every year several former grads come back to campus with tales from the "real world." As you can see from the group shot above, interest is always high. At left speaking to the group Cabove lefty John Delaney. UPS employee from New York. next to John is Bernie Lantz, Koch Industries, Wichita, Cfar leftj is Rob Kelley. Sias Engineering, lnc. Salina, and Terry Force, B 8 G Industries, Manhattan. GR DU TIO l986 People are successful when they have achieved what they set out to achieve, President Anthony L. Tilmans told the IO7 graduates of Kan- sas Tech. Commencement was held at the Bi- centennial Center's Heritage Hall on Saturday May I7. "Success is as per- Qngpr A: I l 5 A LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike McDaniel, Dave Jones, Eric Snell. Brad Richardson, Sharyl Hoehn, Linda Gebhart. Curt Parry and Scott Gebhart. Graduation procession. N . 1 i ' , - j f- f,., C .1 A :Z M D ff' .' QT' ' " Je' " "S" L gT'i!.5t'.i a Q- ,K 5 ' J s, 1 " .gal sonal as your toothbrush", Tilmans said, while telling the large crowd that graduates should give the world their best, even at the risk of specula- tion of their ulterior motives. Also. he said, they shouldn't be afraid to think big. Attending the ceremony from the Board of Regents was Dr. Bill Roy, To- peka, who made a few comments. Also, student body president Matt Wilson and Alumni president Glen Knak gave short presentations. -1 LEFT: A large crowd of friends. relatives and guests were in attendance for the mid-morning ceremonies. 11 ' ' , ,wq Q Q 3 1 l 1 I ,M 2 y , F115-f M " V-sql N f' :S+ g ' ' , f.. . 'Nf',f"'-'j':' 7,3 ing- 'L H . ww-T-A-. - - - - x In 1' " f- .w I . , -, I-r,-:W f ' v Q!fmHi,"'i, ' , sg, ur 11.1 X 5, .3 .-M ',t. - - ': , ' ,'., W' fffvif .P ' . , q.7ff'ii, A. 'if-env' .fs :J-J.: -- ll :fwfix if ' .V QE." , ., M -.L ,V . f XNQEQTV?-4,-x 1 ,F fy: 9- 54-ji I I , N , .U-4 laixi Vs-.f , 13' I , . t',l':.f"'1 I' ,fx K X 311.2 -x f'1Ya-u-,i WJ' X L- X, Y .gig fp NP. . Q, f nu. - 4.42 -,.,,. -1... , , 'MGM 1 1 f ""T'1"lYP' ' W W' F53 ' ev l - ' .,. , , .1 Y, Yiifvm . 4 ABOVE: The civil team from left to right-Doug Olson, Norm Peterson, Steve Collins, and Ovid Woods. RIGHT: Mechanical team members Larry Guerra. Matt Wilson, Dave Salazar, and Monte Oberle. GeneraIfChemicaI team members Skip Griffey. Curt Parry, Lori Ross and Peggy Larkin. is Q-:Q-as ... oi QUI The first annual Kansas Tech Quiz Bowl was held in April with teams from each de- partment competing for the distinct honor of being school champion. And a good com- petitive battle it was, keeping spectators on the edge of their seats. The first round featured teams from Aero, Civil and Electronics. Civil took an early lead and coasted to victory after that. But more was to come. Computer and GeneralfChemical locked horns on the second round in a suspenseful, exciting round that ended in a tie. 'idk H" du- ? f 11'...W, 5? Champions from left to right from Computer are Jeff Woody, Quentin Prior, Chris Bobek and Betsy Greenwood. Each of the above teams had one alternative who could al- ternate between rounds. BGWL ln that second match, both teams battled neck to neck into the final seconds of the round. At the end buzzer, Computer and General! Chemical were in a tie. As a result. three teams ended up in the final competition--Computer. Civil, and GeneraIfChemical. During the final round, the lead changed hands between Civil and Computer at first, then General! Chemical started picking up steam to challenge Computer, which lasted up until the final IO minutes. Those minutes were all dominated by the Computer team which pulled away with the win. The questions asked were a mixture of trivia and science technol- ogy questions sprinkled with local and regional current events. 5 Y -of . . Ll V' TOP: Robert Tromble. Kevin Weisbender, Eric Snell and Brad Richardson reacting to their teams responses. ABOVE: A group shot showing the general interest by everyone. FAR LEFT: Mike Wilson. timekeeper and one of the main creatorfsponsor members. LEFT: Carl Budke, host. asking the questions. Q 24 efzii-. it nsas tcc Kansas Technical Institute Volume VI, Issue 2 2409 Scanlan Ave. Octqbef 3, 1935 Salina, Kansas 67401 Tj'1isIBool5-'sa-Cover Can't Be Judged , ,,. Recently, written communications' students were asked to give their first impressions of Kansas Tech, its campus et al. With permission, the Kansas Tech Reporter has selected two of the best of those which were written. If there were more roam, we could have run more. So in that vein, we apologize to those of you who remain unpublished, however, to Lisa and Jerry we wish to express thanks for allowing us to print their offerings. By Lisa H. Lewis Guest Writer The old, drab, haphazardly-placed buildings reminded one ol a mllltary prlson. The parking lots were an expanse of broken concrete, scarred by grass shooting up through the cracks. The atmosphere was forbodlng -- cloudy, no breeze, wlth a sllght chlll to the air. Directly behind the sparse patch of bulldlngs, a dull black flghter jet swooped down from the sky' llke a raven veerlng ln on the earth. The jet looked slnlster wlth lts sharp polnted nose, swept back wings, and flery exhaust. There was a screech, screech, screech as the fighter bird touched down and hurtled down the huge runway. "So you want to go through wlth thls? Are you sure thls ls Sallna? Dld you take the rlght turn-off? How much good wlll thls education do you?" Thoughts careened through the avenues of my mlnd llke speeding bullets bombardlng my consciousness. I wasn't sure thls all was happening. The bleak landscape was spotted ln two or three places by short, slckly looklng trees. These so-called trees looked more llke bare stlcks scavenging for a mere existence ln the barren plains of Kansas. I was startled back to reallty by the booming sound of my own heart pounding In my throat. I swallowed hard. "Well, here lt is, kld. You'd better get ready. You're flnally here at Kansas Technical lnstltute." I don't mean to sound oppresslng. The KTI campus ls not quite as unnerving as my first Impression - lt's worse! No, seriously, Kansas Tech ls a pretty good place to be. lt's certainly not fancy or modern-looking or even high-tech looking. To me, lt's more of an old mllltory barracks, most of the classrooms are hot and stuffy. I do realize, however, that looks are not everything. There arc- some very good points about Kansas Tech. Most of my classes are small with less than twenty students. The teachers, for the most part, are very cons- clentlous and are wllllng to explaln things untll they're blue In the face. And thls ls good because some of us students have trouble comprehending higher education. For Instance, In my trlgonometry class, lt took Mr. Heubleln forty-flve minutes to get us to understand that we did not need our parents to come to class wlth us for coslnes. And when we were asked to put our names ah the right I 1 L1 sides of our papers, I0 people asked, "Do you want that on the left slde or on the rlght slde of the paper?" Kansas Tech reminds me more of a technical high school than a college. You can't get lost on the campus, and you're not just a number -- unless you have wrltten com- munications with Mr. Sanders. We don't use names there, only our student numbers. Plcture thls, you're sitting there by thls Incredible hunk, and he leans over and whlspers lntlmately, "You perfume drlves me wlld, 887000l2l" Very romantic. I hear the last two numbers ln your student ID number stand for IQ. KTI has a lot to offer the successmlnded student. You know you're golng to be a sucess when It only takes you fifteen minutes to flnd your classroom ln the new Tech Center. You also know you're golng to be a success when you are able to decide which kind of soft drlnk to chose at the Student Union. Wlll It be super-enriched, hlgh- energy, low-calorie, caffiene-free, naturally carbonated, or a plain, old, standard, zingy Old Coke? The smart ones order lce water, even though lt's somewhat of a health hazard ln Salina. The water is a graveyard for a multitude of deceased amoeba and teeming wlth nasty tasting chemicals. Suddenly, the omnipresent clouds broke, and the sun spashed with warmth and llght over the school. Then, from out of nowhere, came all these cars and people. Kansas Tech had come to life all at ance. by Jerry froese Guest Htiter Homework! what's that? For someone who has been out of school for slx years, lt has b e e n q u I t e a n adjustment. I have been very impressed with Kansas Tech as of now, and lt has only been a week. Enrollment was llke a front-Ilne battle, and me without a gun, but with the great expert guidance of the Kansas Tech staff, I made lt through without a scratch. First day coming up, OH NO! I was nervous wlth antlcipatlon because of the storees one hears about the mean Instructors. The first day was great and the Instructors turned off my nervousness and really put me at ease. I can recall one class where I heard a couple Attila Traffic Q. What If I buy a different vehicle or my currentl re lstered vehicle breois down and I do not have time to get a new sticker due to my class of humerous jokes. The instructors I have are very well organized and go out of their way to m a k e s u r e w e understand what's golng on, and unlike before, I feel that there ls never a question too dumb to ask. Each Instructor glves the Impression that they really enjoy their jobs and are genuinely interested in me, thus helping me enjoy my classes wlth them. Kansas Tech, because of Its flne courses of study and professional aspect In learning, has built up a great reputation throughout the state of Kansas. All the good things I had heard about Kansas Tech had given me a great Impression aobut the school before I had even stepped into the buildings. I know I will not be dlsappolnted with my declslon ln choosing Kansas Technical Institute. sticker. Either on the driver's side of the back bumper or on the driver's slde of your rear window. lf for some reason your vehicle lacks either a 61. ikimgrf ?"f ' ii? ti: I L.-Q By Gary Jordan Feature Writer As soon as I entered the hallway the inviting aroma of hot, fresh coffee filled my senses and helped to quicken my pace. When I rounded the corner on my way to the snack bar, I caught my first glimpse of the "morning people." Here, scattered throughout the dining area, were all the people who required that first cup in 'the morning to motivate them and provide that exhilarating shot-in-the-arm support l.L..' -I needed to face another grueling, laborious day of heavy-duty classes. The morning crowd in the union seems to differ from any other type of crowd that frequents this popular campus gathering place. Those of us who rise early enough or are just arriving from some all-nighter somewhere, on the surface appear to be like any other crowd utilizing the union facilities... WRONG!! With this gang there seems to be an underlying motive to our madness. The atmosphere is LEFT, Everett Aye. Yearbook. ABOVE. Karen Myer, Yearbook. BELOW LEFT: Denny and Betsy Greenwood, Newspaper. Coffee, Gossip Lend Cohesion to Clan undeniably charged with positive elements concerning the careful and meticulous "plannlng-out" of the oncomlng day. There ls the evident lack of interest in the day's weather situation, or the morning's current events, or, believe it or not, even the latest, hot-off-the-tongue, gossip. Instead, there exists the quiet, innerself attitude amongst those present. This scene may seem boring to some, a bunch of spaced-out, sleepy, dead-heads recovering from drastic On the previous page, and above are a few of the many excellent articles that Betsy and her staff of Lisa Lewis, Bart Albers, Gary Jordan, Lori Ross and other guest writers periodically published. The Newspaper became almost self campus sufficient under the Greenwood reign. Denny sold Ads and did paste up. A first in self sufficiency. Betsy configured word processors to print camera ready copy. hangovers, formulated by all the previous night's no-holds-barred partying. However, this, my friends, is not the case at all. Sure there are times when some of us are there just trying to put it all back in place. ln times like these, one usually tends to excuse himself from the day's classes, justifying his reasoning with incredible excuses only he, himself, believes. In most cases, though, the majority of us "morning people" truly look foward to that peaceful "meeting of one's own mind" the early morning's peacefulness provides. lt's a well known fact at Kansas Tech that many a wise decision concerning the success or failure of a day in the life, has been reached right in the Student Union in the morning. So, if you should wake up some morning, somewhat earlier than usual, and you are lost for ideas as to how to spend the influx of extra time you have acquired, boogie over to the union and visit with the "morning peopIe." Who knows, you may enjoy the experience. CAMPU PUBLICATIO S Thanks also should go to Jerry Bacon for profes sional quality photo's for both the newspaper as well as the yearbook. On the Yearbook side, Becky Ryan, Karen Keehner, Jackie Proffer, Don Cassatt, Sid Barnes Carl Budke, Joyce Reynolds, yet Everett and Karen provided the most assistance. The yearbook Advi sor was Greg Stephens. RIGHT: Circle K gearing up for a regular meeting. BELOW: Off campus residents line up for TV BOTTOM: Larry Winter at enrollment. "Ham Radio Club anyone?" IJ "iii 8 S7 t 1 f l i BELOW: Christian student club members. BOTTOM Picnic servers I X 'PK C n K . i. ACADEMI GRGANIZATICNS As the school year of I985-86 started up, so did the aca- demic organizations. A softball team was formed and played in a tournament in Parsons, Kansas. Volleyball was played in Coffeyville with other teams from around the state. A freshman election picnic was held for candidates. Parents day and several other events were held during the school year. At parents day, Andy Andrews delighted audi- ences. Among the other events sponsored by the clubs was a Bowlathon, which raised money for scholarships. A welcom- ing day for President Tilmans, and a blood drive for the Red Cross. Finally, tutors were provided to help students with class materials. All these activities and others were sponsored by Circle K, Tau Omicron Tau CTOTD, Christian Student Association, K-Tech club, Modeler's Club, and Ham Radio Club. ll T "fig 8- v""" Matt Wilson. SGA President taking a break while testifying in Washington for stu- dent financial aid. Last year's project was a hovercraft Qpictured abovej. This year. mechanical students decided to compete with General Motors. And while it is re- ported that GM didn't get real concerned, the car that was built did perform quite well. Several mechanical students worked on the vehicle Csee photo's on the rightb. s.., i r ikimwmwwmwr ' Jovi r ' ' . Q-wise-:nm-sf MECHAN CA TUDE T PROJECTS sf, '- if F 111-1 SPDRT ZF! z.v1L.3 Student B-Ball champs: Mike Ptacek, Rick Stricker. Glen Lutke, Brad Richardson, Gordon Bennett, Mike Pflughoft, Ken Kuhlman. Eric Snell and Dan Rempe. Faculty runner-ups. v w ABOVE: Don Cassatt gives a few pointers to Donnie Wright. i986 was it 'L the year the Kansas Tech campus had a golf squad representing them. For their first year, coach Don Cassatt and assistant coach Bob Homolka did quite well thanks to a good squad of students playing. They compiled three wins in five meets. Not bad for a first year team. Cn the team was Glen Lutke, Mike Pflughoft, Rob Han- son, Donnie Wright, Roger Emig, and Doug Koreger. ffl 19445, A o- h-L.. QA ,Aix-.ik 1 I ll -ws . I ,iv I. TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: Rick Stricker, Chemistry Award, Lori Ross, Kansas Tech Out- standing Student I986t Brad Richardson. Most Inspirational Student I986t John Neal ac- cepting the Outstanding Faculty Award for I986 from Dr. Jensen. LEFT SIDE OF PAGE: President Tilmans gives awards to Pro- fessor Mike Wilson for the work he did in the Quiz Bowl. Also receiving plaques were Rosie Goll and Don Cassatt. Don received his for being in- strumental in starting the golf team. Rosie received hers for her involvement with the Quiz Bowl. AWARD f '.Z . . Q NG 'S sJ '1 I5 Q '1 B if Qsvf ff Q 4' va' L + A. az",s.::gf? img, SX 5 S LOWER LEFT. Dave Brown, Ass't Professor. LOWER RIGHT. Rosie Goll. Ass't Professor. BELOW LEFT. Steve Thompson, Ass't Professor. BELOW RIGHT. John Francisco, Ass't Professor. i 'wmv ,..-gg ABOVE. Gail Simmonds, Ass't Professor and Department Head. BELOW: Mary Peters. Clerk Steno II for both the CPXET Departments. -1' COMPUTER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Solving scientific and engineering problems is one part of what a technician does. Another part of the job might be as a computer programmer and analyst. If you have finished Kansas Tech with training in this area, you will have science and math skills that are strong. You also will be among the most highly trained technicians in your area. .lg ABOVE LEFT: Don Cassatt. Ass't Professor. ABOVE RIGHT: Ron Richolson. Ass't Professor. BELOW: Larry Eisenhour, Instr. FAR RIGHT: P Paul Apel. Jr. Everett Aye FAR RIGHT: 3 'Z K T v4 1 10' -.v n . f'- Jerry Bacon ,t f' of mf Sandy Blickenstaff A Chris Bobek Jerome Bonham Tony Burke Roger Chartier Greg Clark Ken Cohn William Collier Sherri Colvin Scott Cooper Q. 10 S 3 , - A I r All S 15' s 6 , of 3 .ie if X 6' I -X 1 'Q ,as Z' 2 we ' 1- Q x -.. 1 af ll XA .A W . 4. , , f , X Cl' ig 1 fi A l - Misa 4 Nt , f' 4, . vial 3 Sc " 'R ,: , iii? VS-1,ifs2I"f'Q 'hi I '? ML, 1 4 1 Q l ' Leslie Coover Dan Corbett Greg Dielman Ronda Dodson Brian Edgett Peggy Larkin Dawn Esslinger John Fekas Wallace Gates Ken Grant Jeff Griffin Turley Hayes Jennifer Holtz Ron Krause Glen Lutke Bill Maxwell Dan Meysenburg Clayton Mohlman James Moore Karen Myer Bill Myers Jeff Myers Quang Ngo Jack Payne "HARRIS" Judy Pianalto Quentin Prior John Reese Brad Richardson Dan Rickard Corey Rogers John Schmidt Janet Scott Mike Smith Eric Snell Barry Solko Rick Stricker Kevin Weisbender Mitch Werth Tony Wilkins Jeff Woody LEFT: Eric Sne ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY Q. 4, L. . 1 . 1-.f 2 's Awe 4 Nui 'Q F, 1.1.5 fQLT.X:X 'L nfs, i as 'Q , if an 'Q Data Processing training enters all walks of life. If you've studied this area you are ready to apply programming to many walks of busi ness and industry Angela Ackerman Bart Albers Carol Bachofer Kathy Biggs Pat Bishop Mike Boyer Kerri Brandt Kris Becker Cheri Bingham Kathy Clements Angela Covert Margo Dedeaux Phil Desjardin Rick Dinkel Linda Ebersole Larry Eisenhour Terry Enlow Kay Fern Linda Gebhardt Bev Gatton Shari Gillund Gerald Giroux Theresa Greene Larry Griffith Q6 -Q -rr 'Yi Jeff Haines Lori Hass Sonia Hastings Mike Havlas Terry Head Sharyl Hoehn Chris Humphrey Jennifer Johnson ,nvl 'I ,T 3 ,is 'i ,l 'Q W Becky Jones Donna Koerperich Marion Kindlesparger Sung Kum If-' . 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Rod Anderson. Ass't Professor. BELOW! Mike Wilson, Ass't Professor ll ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Electronic technicians can provide a variety of skills for medicine. geology, aeronautics, computer science to name only a few areas. Preci- sion oscilloscopes, function generators, and power supplies are only a few pieces of equipment these technicians have had hands on training with. BELOW: Buzz Baer, Ass't Professor ll ! li .XL A i ,N i R l - 1 F Bill Krall. Ass't Professor. I 1 1 Lee Gatton, Ass't Professor. O 40 'I 'l ll l Arnold Becker Gordon Bennett Mark Biswell David Bleakley David Brent Randy Bourbina Steve Brown Tom Cornelius Dave Carson Gerald Devine Dave Diederich Tom Doerfler Joe Doffing Dan Dole Howard Douglas Dennis Duck John Engel Mike Falk Ed Fenton E. Lee Fry Paul Farrell Steve Gehrke Greg Gilbert Mike Green Don Glick Mike Goupil Bill Granger Steve Hallacy John Flanagan Dan Hargett Wi, Qi I -QNX -S x f if, -Qi S-A X ! 'T .JI xv' 'Q' if? X . T. s ' I X qi 'N-1 K ai Y' 2 Q 3 rn.. X xl I , .. .A 'if 5 an 4 wx-' mv Mike Heidrick Ted Heiman Paul Henson Steve Hill Tom Ingram II Ray Kaiser Phil Kampfe Mark Karnes Dennis Klotz. Jr Brian Knoell Doug Kroeger Ken Kuhlman Markus Madacs Craig Mattison Anthony Markowski Dennis Klotz gives a demonstration Robert Mayer Rod Mellies Jeff Myers Qi" IF- W. for the public with "Hero", the robot. Dave Nilson Sherkhan Noory Doug Olson Cindy Paquette Paul Pfeifer Mike Pflughoft Ernie Pica Steve Reed Dan Rempe Leonard Ritter Doug Roush Calvin Schmidt Steve Schlegel Glen Schrandt Larry Smith Richard Smith Keith Sprenkle Shawn Steckline 'O ,,,sw f R 3 -f , iff, , ' 4.3 y fn 0 'bw 1 ,vaiggffv . ff ' ? K . 3 , ffe fl' ' . L, 2: .4 , rl 1 at 'J ' r Y V nf q I ' 'In xx 1 1 AK L f X 1 I . xx.. l -,- 'Y 1 .J M , ws 2. N . 'E Ks, 5 .4 1, -,gum r " 1 f '4,f..,zf,-, .f in -nag 4 S :IB 1" NW .- 4 , ,.-any .,-1 M "Y 'RA Z 'X s W Timm Walker Larry Wynn Larry Winter Bill Youree Jeff Zamrzla COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Computer technicians often work closely with computer engineers, electrical engi- neers and computer scientists. They assist in the design and development of comput- ers and computer based products. "CT" students must know both "hard- ware" and "software" aspects of computer engineering. 3 fl. l .ii 1' XV 2 Q if?" we gi' . x ,wks , , J' ,,,,.f..0. .fl .1-Q! as .4,,. -L W f 3 Qu J Q i 3 Tracy Cope Mike Corder Darren Darnell Leroy Davis Greg Dome Roger Emig Godfrey Flax Ken Fugate Dennis Greenwood Conan Hall Rob Hanson Chuck Harold Alan Hartle Dallas Hart John Hobby Junior Hollerich Bill Holmes Jennifer Holtz Kay Huff Cheryl Jantz Tim Kaiser Scott King Mike Kirkpatrick Ivan Klusman Lee Kraus Greg McKinney Jeff Leazer Keith Leaverton Terry Krause Tim Mallory Sandy Mendenhall Robert Mille Dorin Nelson Randy Nichols Robert Nily Mike Ptacek Greg Parks Jackie Proffer Brenda Reiter Leon Reiter Pu '-.3 gif-we , t 'ggi ., Q, -nz, X ' lt.. 2 S , 'txt I 9 ,W,,,. .Q Shirley Rodrlquez Howard Douglas, pondering his next step. Break time for Bev Gatton left, and Mary Peters, right. 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These technicians are qualified for designing, inspec- tions, detail drafting, supervision, and many more other types of job functions. Besides, Civil Engineering Tech., Kansas Tech offers a two year degree in Surveying Technology. After finish- ing a course of study here, many students will pass the Surveying Examination, and become licensed Surveyor's. 58 '.f YI 't Q1 ABOVE, Dennis Shreves. Asst Professor if qi, David Jones, Civil Student. Photo by Jerry Bacon. kc' QQAQ K Q bij F 5, P' Gorden Abell Wayne Blackbourn Chuck Boley Bill Booe Todd Burroughs Bryon Cates Dave Clovis Steve Collins Mark Crawford Bill Delker rg .fri nl 30 4-ly Sondra Dicke Jerry Froese Jeff Goltl Brad Jones David Jones Mike Kasper Toni McMillen Karen Keehner 'Q Ds V". an v 6. fl .fr Q D l. 73 Mike McDaniel Brad Mahoney P- -1 sy Greg Mans Mike Meier Steve Mickelson Steve Miller s' 'Q G li a . I I W. 'I 1' i, Y J 2 A' Gary Nicholson Dave Owen , 'fs xx? 5? 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Photo by Jerry Bacon. .1 ' GENERAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY and CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECH. Training in General provides familiarity with several general opens the door to a wide area of production jobs. disciplines. Training in Chemical ABOVE: Kathy McCullough. Clerk Steno II. Sid Barnes, Ass't Professor. Nancy Mosier. Ass't Professor. "es John Heublein, sq g Ass't Professor f T I , Greg Stephens, Ass't Professor A I L . S , I l Max Shepard. Ass't Professor y Joe Breeden. H5 A Ass't Professor li V4:1',.,,-:wwf " W " ' , 10,34 " za - ,ffl 1 . ff, Q.. f .' F' If 5 , I , f ,H 5, . W I ,IM Dan Kitchen, Instructor -'ff wwwmwwww.. .lim Brummer Melanie Buck Robin Collins Mayre Falta Scott Gebhart Tina Vega Lori Ross Curt Parry James Moberly Ann Nelson Tod Johnson Bill Hicks Kathy Stein. Instructor Tom Creech Professor ' 3 'X 75 iw-H"'si.--fx . .. ,dvN:v..7.f.f:-51. . 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A-,I ngpavmnn .H WU CONTINUING EDUCATION and UNDECLARED MAJORS St ,...-4-""""v Many specialized classes from Star-Gazing to Photogra- phy to First-Line Management are offered. In addition, many people only want to take one or two computer classes at Kansas Tech. Thus, several students declare no major area of study. RUM A im Wmx ltimwmm A-P" Far Left: Tim Landon and Tom Creech discuss evening enrollment. Michelle Abker Kevin Adams Clint Anderson Louis Boling Mark Brightbill Becky Burgman Dan Carlson Rita Carpenter Chantal Darling John Degand Dan Dodder Mike Frazel Mike Fontes Clifford Frazier Martin Gagnon Mark Greene Betsy Gray Cindy Grover Lisa Guerra Brian Haugh Susan Hixson Jan Hoover ff' e d ,, ..-an l'- - -Q-sg' sux if 'fn Juanita Hotz Darlene Ingalsbe Pat Losik 'QS 1 'O Telenet interest is expressed by Peg Woods' group, Judy Pearce Jim Plymale Melvin Robben Dennis Powell Mark Powell Mark Rodriquez James Schumaker 9Pamela Schumaker Dana Schrader Phil Sheridan Trish Simmons Mark Smith Lavene Taylor Royce Tinkler Bev Webb Jim Weis Terri Graham Marlena Walker Dave Weise Kelli Young ,ga , David Klanke Jim Lourie George Lyne Thuylien Nguyen A234 F55 1 'Q 5. 1 x Above: Many special classes are held in the new Tech Center. Photo by Jerry Bacon. Right: Long lines during open house for visitors'. Right: One of the first things that is seen when you drive to campus. vLAB0RAT0H'W f'-onlaf Q-f'.7-f"f 12- WN Q T . 4 Q sei- 1 'Q ' fr ,ag KTM 8 gan k V' Wh req 'ff s X1 QQ., 1 ,t 1 A if. " , iiL.,'Q3,!51, 21.-I , . 2' Q .,k5n4,g:,q3L 5' ' 1 I 1 T .., . , X 1 ,4 4 .S .vm 1? Jmfifwww f Q-wI1.E4vn,fw? W' 4'7- A MA 1 J "KA: 'M ,Qs 'V :Y ' "lllnunp.f'--..,,.-.h-Q. W Q xfiffxfx gfx ' , if 111. ,ig 09.3 ii .I-j' Q.. 1 ' 1 !' 2 1 Above: Jim Friesen. Dir. of Operations. Below: Mike Renk. Ass't Dir. of Operations and Personnel Officer. S tx at Q. 5' I A x " , I it If sd -1 Top Center: Kay Vanderbilt. Account Clerk IlfOper. Top Right: Eric Lamer, Public Affairs Dir. Center: Cathy Boll, Accountant! Oper. Center Right: Wilma Kohman, Alumni Assoc. Left: Marlene Walker, Personnel Asst I. 1 'K I w,T'i'.. BELOW. Bottom Row: Irene Hamilton, Library Clerk. and Addie Johnston, Clerk Steno II at the Library. BELOW: Eleen Owen. Head Librarian and Betty Heikes, Secretary of Academic Affairs. ' I I . ' I TOP RIGHT OF PAGE: Tim Landon, Asst. Academic Dean and Continuing Education officer. RIGHT: Dr. Robert Jensen, Academic Dean and Fall Semester Acting President. , 9 I I T 'Q Jim Prosser. Dean of Student Services. s A i ! n s 'N Janet Dodson. Financial Aid Officer I i u L Top: Carl Budke, Admissions Top: Mike Farmer. Adl11iSSi0f1S Middle: Debbie Voss, Admissions Middle: Diane Tanseman- Secretary Above: Sandy lssacson, Secretary I Above: Bonnie Stanhope. Secretary FAR RIGHT: Don Buchwald. Director of Information Systems. RIGHT: Tom Creech. Director of Placement talking to Sandy Blickenstaff. BELOW: Kathy Connelly, Computer Opr. Sup I. T217 I iw TI 1 ABOVE: Karlene Propst, Secr. I Info. Systems. RIGHT: George Harradine, Computer Service Operator. LEFT: Peg Woods, Telenet Monitor. CENTER: Kirt Ruble Residence Hall Director. LEFT: Tom Wilkinson. Custodial-Dorm. 'T' ' Barb Hoffmeier, Shirley Jensen and Bev Gatton-Bookstore. Not pictured is Helen Nichols. 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