Secretary III of Economics and Finance
Bev has served as the Economics Department secretary since 1995. She is a paragon of efficiency in a department noted for undertaking a large group of diverse activities. She is constantly on the go and works tirelessly in an extremely demanding job.
Former student workers who have graduated give glowing testimonials as to how much they learned while working in the department and how Bev helped prepare them for life after graduation. It is a tribute to her warm, caring attitude towards students that so many maintain contact with her long after they have left UNI. Without question, she is unsurpassed in her dedication and commitment to our university and students.
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