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Commodore Award winners recognized at campus celebration

Oct. 3, 2014, 11:45 AM

The Vanderbilt Child and Family Center's Clair Gant receives the 2014 Commodore Award from Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos. (Anne Rayner/Vanderbilt)

The Commodore Award, Vanderbilt’s highest staff honor, was presented to two staff members during the Service Awards Celebration Oct. 1 in Langford Auditorium. The award is given annually to recognize and reward significant achievement in Vanderbilt’s pursuit of excellence in education, health care, research and community service.

The Department of Biostatistics' Hank Domenico receives the 2014 Commodore Award from Chancellor Zeppos. (Anne Rayner/Vanderbilt)

Clair Gant, an early childhood teacher at the Vanderbilt Child and Family Center, and Hank Domenico, a biostatistician in the Department of Biostatistics, each received a cash prize and an engraved crystal bowl.

Medical Center and university staff with 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 55 years of service also were recognized at the event.

Contact: Susie Lyons, (615) 322-0698
susie.lyons@vanderbilt.edu

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