Bordeleau receives 2010 Best DGS Assistant award
Danielle Bordeleau, associate director of graduate studies in the Institute of Child Development, has been named a recipient of the 2010 Best DGS Assistant award by the Graduate School. Each graduate program has a director of graduate studies (DGS), and each of their offices are staffed by a DGS assistant who is the center of activity and often the first line of contact for most communication between the graduate program and prospective and currently enrolled students, and the Graduate School. The day-to-day smooth functioning of the graduate program office depends greatly on the DGS assistant. The Graduate School established the Best DGS Assistant award program to recognize and reward the University's most outstanding DGS assistants. The award will be presented at a reception on Monday, April 19. Congratulations, Danielle!