Three members of the Stanford community were awarded 2010 Amy J. Blue Awards at a ceremony Tuesday afternoon, May 18, in Lagunita Dining Room. The honorees are Maggie Burgett, senior project manager in the Department of Project Management; Galen Crivello, computer systems manager in the Pathology Department of Stanford School of Medicine; and Monica Wheeler, administrative services manager for the History Department. Named for Amy J. Blue, an associate vice president for administrative services and facilities who died in 1988, the awards honor staff members who are exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work.
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