Published February 23, 2017 This content is archived.
Christine Stumm's work developing the Dean's Ambassador Program for the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences was recognized at the February 16th meeting of the PSS.
At the PSS meeting on February 16th Christine Stumm was recognized for her contributions to the Dean's Ambassador Program for the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. This program pairs progam pairs current and prospective students with peer mentors. It also helps provide current students with alumni mentors to expand the students understanding and opportunities in the field.
Christine's colleagues at the school's Office of Admissions and Advisement also mentioned her "can-do" attitude and generally outstanding performance. Cited as offering the best possible customer service to students, families, and other university staff. They pointed out how quick she is to respond with useful and detailed information even when working outside the usual scope of her role.