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2012 Staff Excellence Award recipients

2012 Staff Excellence Award recipients

WKU recognized the recipients of the 2012 Staff Excellence Awards at the annual Fall Break Brunch on Oct. 4. Award winners with Provost Gordon Emslie are (from left) Mary Louise Hudson, Transit Driver Supervisor in Department of Parking and Transportation in the Skilled/Technical/Paraprofessional category; Judy A. Jones, Building Services Attendant in Department of Facilities Management in the Building Services Attendant category; Corie M. Martin, Manager of Creative Web Services in Division of Public Affairs in the Professional Non-Faculty category; and Patricia (Tricia) L. Harper, Office Coordinator in Department of Engineering in the Administrative Support category. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

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