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Staff Member Sherry Brueger Receives CoE Staff Excellence Award

The College of Engineering has selected Faculty Support Coordinator Sherry Brueger to receive a Staff Excellence Award.| Short Read

The College of Engineering has selected Faculty Support Coordinator Sherry Brueger to receive a Staff Excellence Award.

The Staff Excellence program was created to recognize the vital contributions that staff make to the College’s success. Recipients demonstrate sustained excellence in service and have made significant contributions to promote the College’s overall mission. Awardees are nominated by their department or unit and are selected on a competitive basis.

EnlargeSherry Brueger poses with CEE Dept Chair Jerome Lynch and Dean Alec Gallimore after receiving the Staff Excellence Award
IMAGE:  Sherry Brueger poses with CEE Dept Chair Jerome Lynch and Dean Alec Gallimore after receiving the Staff Excellence Award.

Sherry has served the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering since 2008, and she has been with the University of Michigan since 1993. She has proven to be a special staff member who is most deserving of this prestigious COE staff award due to her exemplary work performance, her commitment to helping students, faculty and staff, and for her proactivity in providing creative solutions to challenges faced by others in the department.

Sherry will be recognized at the College of Engineering Staff Excellence Awards Program on Thursday, May 17 at 3:00 PM in the Chrysler Center Chesebrough Auditorium.

Our heartiest congratulations to Sherry on this honor!

Sherry Brueger poses with CEE Dept Chair Jerome Lynch and Dean Alec Gallimore after receiving the Staff Excellence Award
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BepiColombo approaching Mercury. Credit: European Space Agency

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