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After 25 years of devoted service as program assistant to Wisconsin Sea Grant and, more recently, the Aquatic Sciences Center, Gloria Gardner retired on November 15. “Gloria made tremendous contributions to everything we did, and she was invaluable to the growth of our program,” said Assistant Director Mary Lou Reeb. “We thank her for her many years of enthusiastic hard work and wish her the best in her new endeavors.”
Laura Braun, who started at the ASC as a limited-term employee in May 2006, accepted a permanent position as university services associate in November. Welcome Laura!
The Wisconsin Historical Society recognized Wisconsin Sea Grant’s support of the state’s maritime heritage with the Historic Preservation Award for 2006. Wisconsin Historic Society State Preservation Officer Jim Draeger presented the award on Dec. 18 to UW Sea Grant Assistant Director Mary Lou Reeb.
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