But her appearance and her marriage to the University's man-in-charge are not the only things that make Susan Dickerson Moeser unique.
An avid sports fan, an accomplished organist, a marathon runner, a cook and a lover of the outdoors, Susan is lucky if she can find time during the day to catch her breath.
Born in rural Kansas into a family that "bleeds Jayhawk blood," Susan began playing the piano before she could even read, which helped set the course for her lifelong passion for music.
After watching a teenage boy play the organ at her family's church, Susan decided at age 14 to focus her musical efforts on the popular church instrument.
"(The organ) is a very challenging instrument," she said. "There is a different array of sounds and keyboards to choose from, which makes each organ unique."
Susan, who is active in the American Guild of Organists, has performed concerts at sites all over the world, including Westminster Abbey and Portugal, Germany and South Korea.
Although Susan set her sights on music early in her life, little did she know that her love of music would also lead her to her husband, who is an accomplished organist as well.
The two met at the University of Kansas while Susan was getting her doctorate in musical arts and James Moeser was a faculty member at the university. They quickly developed a friendship - one that Susan said progressed over the years.
"We knew each other for years before marrying," she said. "When we moved away from Kansas and lived in different cities, our relationship grew even stronger."