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Maui CC employee awarded the Community Colleges Award for Outstanding Service

University of Hawaiʻi
Arlene Abiang, (808) 956-5637
Mia Noguchi, (808) 956-9095
External Affairs & University Relations
Posted: Sep 9, 2005

HONOLULU — The University of Hawaiʻi commended Stephanie Dudoit, an account clerk at Maui Community College, for her outstanding work to the school. She is the recipient of the Community Colleges Award for Outstanding Service, an award established in 1984 that recognizes community college staff members for outstanding service to the university.

Dudoit serves as the only employee for the campus on Molokai and for both the business office and student services. She performs the duties and responsibilities of many employees including serving as the campus operator, receptionist, mailroom, and most importantly, getting things done for students. Dudoit has made significant contributions to the college by setting an example to students and staff alike with her work ethic, efficiency, integrity and dedication.

Dudoit will be recognized for her contributions along with other UH award winners at a system-wide ceremony on September 13.

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