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May 14, 2010
Susan Beasy Latto, Director, UMD Public Relations 218 726-8830

UMD Professor Receives President's Award for Outstanding Service
From University of Minnesota

Professor Paul Treuer.
Professor Paul Treuer

UMD Professor Paul Treuer, Director, UMD Knowledge Management Center, has received the President's Award for Outstanding Service from the University of Minnesota. The award is presented each year in the spring and recognizes exceptional service to the University of Minnesota-- its schools, colleges, departments, and service units by any active or retired faculty or staff member. Recipients of this award have gone well beyond their regular duties and have demonstrated an unusual commitment to the University community.

Other recipients of the 2010 President's Award for Outstanding Service are:

  • Wilbert H. Ahern, professor, History, University of Minnesota, Morris
  • Randall C. Croce, coordinator, Labor Education Service, Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies, Carlson School of Management
  • Jay M. Denny, principal mechanical engineer, Energy Management, Facilities Management
  • Jean Freeman, former head coach, Women's Swimming, Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Stephen G. Granger, former special assistant to the dean, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Minnesota, Morris
  • Caroline Clarke Hayes, professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Technology
  • Michael W. Howells, facilities supervisor, Facilities Management
  • Joan S. Howland, professor, associate dean, Information and Technology, and director, Law Library, Law School
  • Russell V. Luepker, professor, Department of Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health
  • Daniel Svedarsky, professor, Agriculture and Natural Resources, and director, Center for Sustainability, University of Minnesota, Crookston
  • Karen M. Wolterstorff, associate to the dean, Institute of Technology

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