Three USD Staffers Recognized for Work With Students
Kimberly Grieve, Ph.D., vice president of student services and dean of students, received the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) IV-W James J. Rhatigan Outstanding Dean Award, given to a senior student affairs officer in the West region.
Laura Roof, sorority and fraternity life director, received the NASPA IV-W Rising Star New Professional Award, given to one person in the state.
And Nick Bratvold, a graduate student in the adult and higher education program, was awarded the NASPA IV-W Rising Star Award for Graduate Students, given to a graduate student from each state who plans to pursue a career in student affairs.
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