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Lynn Vorak – Adjunct Instructor

Lynn Vorak, born and raised in Denver, Colorado. After graduation from George Washington H.S. in Denver, she entered Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, CO. she then transferred to Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. She was uncertain as to what my major should would be but enjoyed taking varied Liberal Arts courses, particularly in the Humanities. As she had not yet earned a degree, she spent 12 years working in retail and being a para-educator for the Cherry Creek School District in Denver. Her family moved to Wichita, KS in 1994. She worked for Newman University in various clerical positions. She then decided to enter the degree completion program at Friends. University. She had previously completed over 125 credit hours and then earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource/Organizational Management and Development in 1998. She earned a Master of Arts degree from Friends in Philosophy/Ministry and Religious Studies in
2000. She then worked as an adjunct instructor and student advisor for Cowley College at the Southside Center in Wichita, KS, eventually becoming the Director of Student Services. I left the college for personal and health reasons in 2007. In 2010 I returned to adjunct teaching at Cowley College and for WSU Technical College. I have most recently taught, and continue to teach, courses in Philosophy, Humanities, and Speech Communications, specifically: Logic, Ethics, Integrated Humanities, Interpersonal Communications, and Public Speaking.