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CEE staff member Stephanie Ford receives CoE Staff Excellence Award

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The College of Engineering has selected Research Process Manager Stephanie Ford to receive the prestigious 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.

Stephanie has served the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering since 2012, and she has been with the University of Michigan since 2001. She is being recognized for her exemplary leadership of CEE financial teams and for her unselfish mentoring of other staff members.

Stephanie will be recognized at the College of Engineering Staff Excellence Awards Program on Thursday, May 16 at 3:00 p.m. in the Chrysler Center Chesebrough Auditorium.

Our heartiest congratulations to Stephanie on this well-deserved honor!

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