KU-phoria by Curtis Marsh
KU-Phoria: A collection of stories about KU traditions, KU Info and KU basketball by Curtis Marsh
In his fourth decade of service to the University of Kansas, Curtis Marsh has developed an obsessive love for his school. As an undergrad, he led one of the first organized camping groups for KU basketball games and a nationally prominent student entrepreneurship club. In his early career at KU, he helped develop a technology business incubator which has become KU Innovation Park. He also co-founded the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute before serving as Director of KU Info for 15 years. He was the first and only director of the DeBruce Center: the shrine for the original rules of basketball. He now serves as a director of development at KU Endowment. The common thread through all these activities is his love for KU and his desire to share that love with the entire Jayhawk Nation.
Praise for KU-phoria
"Curtis is Mr. KU. If you met him, you know exactly what I mean. He loves KU and truly cares about its rich history and traditions. We love having him speak to prospective students. This is a must read for every KU fan."
—Lisa Pinamonti Kress, Director of KU Admissions
"KU-phoria celebrates the rich history and traditions of KU. The depth and breadth of Curtis Marsh's knowledge of KU comes alive in a way that will resonate in the heart of every Jayhawk."
—Heath Peterson, President, KU Alumni Association