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Kimberly Vonner wins the School of Engineering Kay Bradley Award

Kimberly Vonner

The Kay Bradley Award recognizes a staff member in the School of Engineering who serve students with professionalism, friendliness, integrity, and devotion.  Selection is based on letters of support submitted by students.  This year, Kimberly Vonner, program administrator for the Structural Engineering and Geomechanics Program was selected for this award. Kim has been with the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department for 17 years and has been with Stanford for a total of 27 years.  When asked how she felt about this award, Kim replied, "I’m very honored to have been chosen for the Kay Bradley Award. I always say, I’m here because of the students and enjoy assisting them.  I am honored to work with such great faculty and staff at The Department of CEE and School of Engineering."

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