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Holly Shriner Recognized

Monday, December 5, 2011

Museum Studies staffer Holly Shriner was recently recognized with an Appreciation Award from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. She was recognized with 16 others at the second annual CLAS Appreciation Reception on Nov. 16, and received the award from Dean Danny Anderson.

Holly was nominated by John Younger, who is the chairman of the search committee for a Museum Studies director/professor, as well as the chair of Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies and a professor of classics. Younger said that Holly "has managed this complex process with ease and good humor. She is wonderful to work with and a wonderful asset for KU!" Holly works in Museum Studies and also in African and African-American Studies.

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