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Wayne State College to Hold Winter Commencement Ceremony
December 14, 2007
Wayne State College
will hold winter commencement at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14 in Rice
Auditorium. A total of 193 degrees will be conferred by Wayne State
President Richard J. Collings.
The Wayne State College
Alumni Achievement Award will be presented to Dr. Jerry V. Krause
of Spokane, Wash., a 1959 graduate of Wayne State College.
Krause serves as the director of men's basketball operations at GonzagaUniversity. Among his duties at Gonzaga
are overseeing the day-to-day operations of the men's basketball office,
scheduling, player evaluations and video operations.
This is his second
stint with the perennial March Madness favorite. His first stint with
the Bulldogs was an 8-season run from 1985-92, when he served as a
part-time assistant coach. He returned in the summer of 2001 from a
five-year civilian term at the U.S. Military Academy at
West Point where he was a professor of sport philosophy and
director of instruction for the department of physical education.
Krause had a 17-year
career as head coach at EasternWashingtonUniversity, posting a 262-196 record for a
.572 winning percentage. He was inducted into the EWU Athletic Hall of
Fame on Oct. 1, 2005.
Tiffany Faye Mullenhoff,
a summa cum laude graduate, will give the commencement address. She is
the daughter of Richard and Tricia Mullenhoff of Leigh, Neb.
She graduated as valedictorian from LeighHigh School.
Mullenhoff majored in business administration with concentrations in
management and human resource management.
Derek Daniel Kinnison,
an English writing major with a minor in biology, will give the
invocation. Derek, of Wayne, is the son of Dr. Deborah Whitt and Daniel
Part One (of two
parts) of Dr. Krause's
address at the Wayne
State College Winter