PLYMOUTH, N.H.-A longtime advisor to Plymouth State undergraduates has been honored with the Patricia Storer Award. Mary Campbell, Director of Curriculum Support, has worked at Plymouth State for 35 years, dedicating her life to helping students reach their academic goals. She received the award in a Nov. 6 ceremony before friends, family and colleagues. Campbell worked with Patricia Storer earlier in her career at Plymouth State, and called her a role model.
|From left to right, PSU Provost Julie Bernier, Mary Campbell and Rodney Ekstrom, Student Activities Asst. Director.|
“Pat Storer was a good and faithful servant who was worthy of being emulated,” Campbell said. “Service was an important part of my upbringing…and my PSC and PSU life. To have my service recognized by my academic community with the Patricia Storer PAT award is very humbling.”
The Patricia Storer Award was initiated in 2007 in honor of a longtime Plymouth State employee who exemplifies dedication, knowledge and respect in serving the students, staff and faculty at Plymouth State University. Storer passed away earlier this year.
University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Julie Bernier said Campbell’s work ethic and devotion to her job are legendary.
Mary has left an indelible mark on our community,” Bernier said.
Campbell is a resident of Hebron and is the vice chair of the Newfound Area School Board.
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