Parker to Receive Women of Color Award

Parker to Receive Women of Color Award

Parker to Receive Women of Color Award

Rosemary Parker, Director of CMSE
Rosemary Parker, Director of CMSE

Rosemary Parker, director of the Clark School's Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering, is one of the recipients of the University's 2005 Women of Color Award. The award is presented by the President's Commission on Women's Issues each year to one or two staff or faculty members who have made exemplary contributions and a positive impact on minorities in the UM community. This is the first year a Clark School staff member has won the award. The awards will be presented at a reception on November 3 from 2-4 p.m. in Marie Mount Hall, Room 0100. Those interested in attending should contact Linda LeNoir.

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