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Director of Facilities

Emporia State University

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Emporia State University

1 Kellogg Circle

Emporia, Kansas,66801

United States

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Emporia.com community website for Emporia Kansas...more

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Director of University Facilities

ESU


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National Campaign Commitee - Now & Forever | Emporia State University

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Mark Runge
Emporia, Kan.


esubulletin.com

"We are not a K-12 school, and we have a lot of free flowing people between buildings on campus," said Mark Runge, director of facilities at ESU.
"We have to rely on people taking responsibility for themselves and knowing about the different shelters in each of the buildings." Whenever sirens sound during a storm, students should immediately head to the nearest building and take shelter, Runge said. "Our campus is fairly close together with strong masonry," Runge said. "It should be fairly easy for students to get into a building safely." Both Sleezer and Runge said that common sense is the greatest tool in a tornado warning or storm situation. "When the sirens sound, people need to take it seriously," Runge said.


esubulletin.com

Currently many of the buildings on campus use rough, single-ply toilet paper, but Mark Runge, director of university facilities and staff in the ESU purchasing department, said that ESU is currently in the process of changing to new dispensers in the academic buildings that will dispense 2-ply paper.
"The new 2-ply stock is a much better quality," said Runge.


www.emporiagazette.com

"Security's a main issue â€" and it's becoming the biggest issue," said Mark Runge, ESU's director of university facilities."Even with the best of security systems, if they've got a pass, they can get in," Runge said.Heads upFor most places on campus, a lockdown simply isn't practical.On any university, people circulate constantly between classrooms, the library, the administration building and more."Creating a ‘compound' effect is nothing that anyone would like to do," Runge said.For Runge, prevention is just as important as protection.One advantage of a small campus, he said, is that students and faculty are more likely to know each other.That means there's a greater chance that someone will notice a student is having problems and get them to find help before it becomes a tragedy."I can't stress enough â€" counseling is available for people on campus," Runge said.


www.esubulletin.com

Tags: Colin Kennedy, Harrison Mulvihill, Mark Runge, Smoking policy
According to Mark Runge, director of facilities at ESU, the new policy has not changed substantially, but has simply been modified to reflect the new state law. "(The new policy) falls into line with the new state law. The university policy includes the area 30 feet around any building. With the new policy, it includes a fine for anyone smoking inside 10 feet from any building," Runge said.


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