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  • Mark Luenser (’91), senior food service manager for UNT Dining Services since 2015

  • Joe Kirven, member of the Board of Regents, 1989-2001, whose leadership in addressing student concerns gave rise to the Multicultural Center and the Office of Equity and Diversity

  • Johnny Dillon, assistant groundskeeper in Facilities who had worked at UNT since 2016

  • Jerry Yeric, Professor Emeritus of political science, 1970-2002

  • R. Sheldon Newman, a supervisor in the facilities department for 20 years and a local counterculture icon in the 1960s and 1970s

  • Kenneth Koelln, economics professor, 1992-2007

  • Reg Westmoreland (’47, ’56 M.A.), Professor Emeritus of journalism and former head of the journalism department, 1964-1983, 1985-1994

  • Sandra J. 'Sandi' Combest, Professor Emerita of dance who shaped the dance program within the Department of Dance and Theatre, 1966-2001

  • Bryan Roy Galloway,  who worked with UNT System IT Shared Services in the telecommunications department, 1996-2013

  • Roxana Bejarano Hughes (’97 M.S.), instructional lab supervisor in UNT's biology department who'd worked at UNT since 2002

  • Patricia ‘Pat’ Anne Carroll Roberts, who had served as a program specialist manager in the Center for Continuing Education and Conference Management

  • Gene Qualls, longtime clerk in the Registrar’s office, 1979-2003

  • Eugene 'Gene' Patrick Wright (’60, ’61 M.A.), Professor Emeritus of English, 1996-2006

  • Robert McReynolds Golladay II (’66), assistant professor of business computer information systems for 38 years

  • Bud Buschardt, adjunct professor in the Department of Media Arts for 46 years

  • Ted Donald Colson, Professor Emeritus of communication studies who helped develop KNTU, 1956-1993

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