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Bill DeJohn Receives U of MN President's Award

University of Minnesota President Robert Bruininks has notified Bill DeJohn that he will receive the 2007 President's Award for Outstanding Service.

Bruininks wrote:

I am delighted to give you this well-deserved recognition for your remarkable work. With this award you become a member of an elite group of faculty and staff members of the University community.

Your excellence is a model for your colleagues and co-workers to emulate. True to the mission of this great land-grant institution, you have done more than your share to make this outstanding university one of the preeminent institutions in the nation. Thank you and congratuiations on a job well done.

Bill will be honored during a reception at Eastcliff, the University President's residence on June 26, and he will be recognized at the next meeting of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents on June 8.

Congratulations Bill!

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