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Join The Friends Today

Follow this link to make a gift that will make an immediate difference to the Washburn University Community of Learning.

 

2013-14 Board Members

President: Robert W. Richmond

Vice-President: Jim Sloan

Treasurer: Betty M. Casper

Secretary: Dorothy Hanger

Mark Galbraith

Ted Heim

Rosemary Menninger

Larry Peters

Alan Bearman, ex-officio

 

Why be a Friend of Mabee Library?

Next to its faculty, Washburn University's most important asset is its library because a great university will always have an engaged library at its heart.

Thus, the reason that we so often hear: Without great libraries that are the repositoary of knowledge, scholarship and wisdom, there are no great universities.

Your support of the FRIENDS OF MABEE LIBRARY makes Washburn University a great university!

 

Help the Washburn Libraries Today

The Mabee Librarians offer an extensive and growing number of innovative educational opportunities that support The Washburn Community of Learning.

Nevertheless, our talented and dedicated professional staff cannot fulfill their many roles without your assistance.

Please make a gift to THE FRIENDS OF MABEE LIBRARY today because it will make an immediate impact upon the initiatives that the Library is working upon to improve student success at Washburn.

To make your gift today you can click in the box to your left and it will immediately take you to the Washburn University Foundation.

Your gift will make a difference and it is appreciated.

I'll see you in the Stacks.

Best Wishes,

Alan

Dean of University Libraries

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Alan Bearman, Ph.D.
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Mabee Library
Washburn University
1700 SW College Avenue
Topeka, KS 66621
(785) 670-1855
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