ULV honors staff and faculty’s hard work

Melanie Brown, executive assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences dean’s office, received the Administrative Professional Employee of the Year Award, which was presented by Associate Professor of Spanish Ann Hills, during the annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony on Sept. 16 in the Athletic Pavilion. Other honors presented included awards for years of service, excellence in teaching, sabbaticals, tenure, retirement and induction to the La Verne Academy. / photo by Camille C.Nan
Melanie Brown, executive assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences dean’s office, received the Administrative Professional Employee of the Year Award, which was presented by Associate Professor of Spanish Ann Hills, during the annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony on Sept. 16 in the Athletic Pavilion. Other honors presented included awards for years of service, excellence in teaching, sabbaticals, tenure, retirement and induction to the La Verne Academy. / photo by Camille C.Nan

Camille C.Nan is a sophomore photography major who specializes in portraiture. She is a staff photographer for Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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