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Outstanding Commitment Honors Awarded

This fountain on the plaza in front of Martin Hall lists the names of former commitment award honorees.
This fountain on the plaza in front of Martin Hall lists the names of former commitment award honorees.

The following current and former Clark School staff and faculty members were honored at the 2011 Faculty and Staff Outstanding Commitment Award Ceremony today:

  • Dorothy C. Chu (former Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering employee)
  • William W. Destler (former Clark School dean and UM provost)
  • Nariman Farvardin (former Clark School dean and UM provost)
  • Susan Frazier (former Institute for Systems Research employee; deceased)
  • Olive M. Goetz (former Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering employee)
  • Deborah Goodings (former Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering professor)
  • Sandra Greer (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering professor emerita)
  • Jan V. Sengers (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering professor emeritus)
  • Steven Tretter (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering professor emeritus)

The ceremony recognizes individuals in the college whose extraordinary contributions have made the Clark School a better place to live and work. The names of the honorees are carved into the fountain that graces the Martin Hall plaza.

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