President Papp Day

Hundreds of faculty and staff gathered on the Student Center patio July 10 for President Dan Papp’s second official event – an ice cream social featuring flavors such as vanilla‚ strawberry‚ chocolate‚ peach and sugar−free butter pecan. But ice cream wasn’t the only treat. Papp was presented with a birthday cake while enjoying a surprise serenade from the crowd in observance of his 59th birthday.

Georgia (Jul 11, 2006) — Hundreds of faculty and staff gathered on the Student Center patio July 10 for President Dan Papp’s second official event – an ice cream social featuring flavors such as vanilla‚ strawberry‚ chocolate‚ peach and sugar−free butter pecan. But ice cream wasn’t the only treat. Papp was presented with a birthday cake while enjoying a surprise serenade from the crowd in observance of his 59th birthday.

Earlier that day‚ Papp presided over his first official event‚ giving a presidential address to the KSU community in Stillwell Theater. Papp assumed duties as KSU’s third president July 1.




 

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