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ECE Staff Recognized for Milestone Service

ECE Staff Recognized for Milestone Service

ECE Executive Director of Operations Teresa Moore and IT Support Associate Patricia (Patsy) Keehn were among 10 staff members honored for milestone service at the Clark School's 2010 Staff Appreciation Event at the Riggs Alumni Center on Monday, May 10.

Patsy Keehn was honored for 30 years of service to the University of Maryland. Teresa Moore, who was recognized for 20 years of service, will also be presented with the Clark School's Outstanding Staff Service Award at this year's Commencement Ceremony on May 21.

A complete list of Clark School staff recognized at the Staff Appreciation Event on Monday is included below:

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering:

Stephanie L. Peters - 20 years

Clark School Dean's Office:

Kathleen A. Gibson - 25 years
Rosemary L. Parker - 30 years

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering:

Patricia T. Keehn - 30 years

Teresa S. Moore - 20 years

Fischell Department of Bioengineering:

Katherine A. Helene - 30 years

Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute:

Daniel J. Carafelli - 25 years

Kathleen A. Sullivan - 25 years
Candace P. Thornton - 30 years

Department of Mechanical Engineering:
Sami Ainane - 20 years

May 11, 2010

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