Distinguished Dates

March 19th, 2004 by Adam

Nominations for distinguished staff and faculty awards are due as follows:

Distinguished Operating Staff March 31 to Chris Gagne, MSC 57
For information contact cgagne@plymouoth.edu
Forms and information are available at
http://www.plymouth.edu/committee/opstaff/dosa.htm

Distinguished PAT March 26 to Deb Tobine, MSC 10. Forms are online at http://www.plymouth.edu/committee/patstaff/DistinguishedPATNomination.htm

For information contact d_tobine@plymouth.edu

Distinguished Teacher (Undergraduate) April 9 to Alice O’Connor, MSC 3
Online at http://www.plymouth.edu/acadaff/dtanominationform04.pdf
For information contact aoconnor@plymouth.edu

Distinguished Graduate Faculty (one each, MBA, M.Ed. CAGS) March 29
Online at http://www.plymouth.edu/graded/nominate_2004.htm
For information contact Cheryl Baker, cbaker@plymouth.edu

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