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Kerrie Brecheisen receives recognition

Friday, November 21, 2014

At a reception Wednesday, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences recognized 36 staff members for their exceptional work over the past year.

"Although staff jobs and duties vary widely, the tributes written about these individuals clearly demonstrate that we couldn't do what we do without talented staff," said Danny Anderson, dean of the College. "They are the organizers, the problem solvers, and the innovators who diligently manage the projects that are essential for faculty, student and colleague success. I am deeply appreciative of everything staff members have done for the College and our departments."

The appreciation reception was held at the Oread and more than 100 staff members were in attendance. 

Kerrie Brecheisen, Administrative Assistant, Mathematics
"Kerrie is a very valuable and dedicated member of the Mathematics department. Her willingness to take on any task greatly contributes to the success of the department's programs. Her work in mathematics outreach has been a key component in providing hundreds of students at the local, state and national levels with positive mathematical experiences."



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