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Haessler, Jeffrey, 1963-

 Person

Jeffrey Alan

Found in 166 Collections and/or Records:

Founders Day 2009 Anthony Graves, 2009 March 5

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Identifier: U116.02.00002
Overview Anthony Graves was awarded the 2009 Community Service Award by the University of Denver's Office of Alumni Relations at the University of Denver's Founders Day celebration in Denver, Colorado, on March 5, 2009. Graves graduated from DU in 2004 with an International Masters of Business Administration. He is active in the community, serving at the Gilliam Youth Services Center and donating to the Denver Rescue Mission.
Dates: 2009 March 5

Founders Day 2009 Craig Harrison, 2009 March 5

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Identifier: U116.02.00003
Overview Craig Harrison (BSBA ’03), won the Ammi Hyde Award for Recent Graduate Achievement in Denver, Colorado, in March, 2009. Recipients of this award, first presented in 1993, must have earned a DU undergraduate degree in the previous 10 years and demonstrated professional achievement. Harrison has launched several successful companies in the last five years, including US Capital. Harrison managed more than $10 million in investments for the company before selling it in June 2008.
Dates: 2009 March 5

Founders Day 2009 Helen Davis, 2009 March 5

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Identifier: U116.02.00004
Overview Helen Davis (EdD ’61) received the University of Denver Professional Achievement Award in Denver, Colorado, on March 5, 2009 on Founders Day. The award was first given in 1973. A critically acclaimed artist, Davis headed the Colorado Women’s College art department from 1962–71, ran the Boulder Valley School District art program from 1971–76 and helped develop the Boulder Arts Commission.
Dates: 2009 March 5

Founders Day 2009 Louise Atkinson, 2009 March 5

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Identifier: U116.02.00005
Overview Louise Atkinson (MBA ’79) received the Randolph P. McDonough Award for Service to Alumni at the University of Denver's Founder's Day awards March 5, 2009. The award is named for Randolph McDonough, DU alumni director from 1934–63; it was first presented in 1968. Atkinson’s many DU volunteer activities have included serving on the Alumni Association Board of Directors, chairing Founders Day and raising funds to purchase pianos for the Lamont School of Music.
Dates: 2009 March 5

Founders Day 2009 Merle Catherine Chambers, 2009 March 5

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Identifier: U116.02.00006
Overview Merle Catherine Chambers (LLM '84) won the Evans Award — the University’s highest alumni honor — in Denver, Colorado on March 5, 2009 at the 2009 Founders Day. Chambers is the namesake of DU’s Merle Catherine Chambers Center for the Advancement of Women. The building, which opened in 2004, houses DU’s Women’s College, the Women’s Foundation of Colorado and Higher Education Resource Services (HERS). Chambers is president of the Chambers Family Fund, which supports organizations working in early...
Dates: 2009 March 5

Founders Day 2009 Timber Dick, 2009 March 5

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Identifier: U116.02.00007
Overview Timber Dick was posthumously presented with the Distinguished Service to the University Award in Denver, Colorado on March 5. 2009 at Founders Day 2009. Dick was Director of Marketing and Recruitment for the School of Engineering and Computer Science from November 2003 until his death in April 2008. Dick’s wife, Annette Tilleman-Dick, accepted the award on his behalf.
Dates: 2009 March 5

Founders Day 2010 Cindy Courville, 2010 March 4

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Identifier: U116.02.00008
Overview Former Ambassador Cindy Courville (MA ’80, PhD ’88) received the Professional Achievement Award, first awarded in 1973. Courville served as the first U.S. Ambassador to the African Union from 2006–2008. Prior to her appointment, Courville served as special assistant to President George W. Bush and senior director for African Affairs at the National Security Council.
Dates: 2010 March 4

Founders Day 2010 George Casey, 2010 March 4

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Identifier: U116.02.00012
Overview The Evans Award — the University’s highest alumni honor — was presented to General George Casey, Jr. (MA ’80), who was sworn in as the 36th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army on April 10, 2007. He previously served as commander of the Multi-National Force in Iraq, overseeing a coalition of more than 30 countries. First awarded in 1951, the Evans Award, named for University Founder John Evans, recognizes alumni who have demonstrated professional achievement, humanitarian service to the community...
Dates: 2010 March 4