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Hats Off to Women Awards for 2014

Hats Off to Women Awards for 2014

This month is Women’s History Month and the WKU Office of Diversity Programs just announced the recipients of their Hats Off to Women Awards for 2014.  These awards are given to outstanding women who have made a difference at WKU and the larger community through their work, lives, and examples.  This year two of our very own were selected for the professional staff and faculty categories. 

Congratulations to Jessica Dunnegan and Kerrie McDaniel! 

Jessica and Kerrie will be recognized at the Hats Off to Women Luncheon next Friday, March 28.  Thank you, ladies, for all your hard work!

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