The University Center for Human Values is very much delighted to announce that Kimberly Murray, program coordinator, is a recipient of the Donald Griffin '23 Management Award which is conferred by the Office of Human Resources at Princeton. Kim received the award in recognition of her exemplary abilities as a program administrator, leader, and collaborative colleague among her many professional and personal skills. At UCHV Kim is the administrator for the academic programs, Values and Public Life Certificate and Law Engaged Graduate Student Seminars, and she is the coordinator for the Center’s schedule of events, Senior Thesis Prize, and Short Movie Prize. Kim looks forward to further enriching her leadership and professional development activities when she attends Cornell University's Administrative Management Certificate Award in August.
The Donald Griffin ’23 Management Award honors alumnus and administrator Donald Griffin, Class of 1923, and it "offers an annual opportunity for professional development for managers and administrators whose experience and current responsibilities indicate potential for leadership or the expansion of leadership skills and continuing contribution to the University." Two grants are given annually offering employees the opportunity "to participate in an educational or professional conference that can result in new insights and perspectives, renewed motivations, or enhanced skills that can be applied to their current responsibilities." Recipients receive their awards at a Service Recognition Luncheon held on Princeton's campus in the spring.
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