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Maureen Smith announces retirement, reception April 30

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Maureen Smith

After 31 years of teaching, advising, connecting, and communicating, Maureen Smith will retire from Illinois State University on Monday, April 30.

All faculty and staff are invited to an open house reception celebrating Smith from 3-5 p.m. on Monday, April 30, in Studio Teach, DeGarmo Hall, Room 307.

Smith has served as an advisor for aspiring educators for almost 20 years, and previously taught at the junior high, high school, and community college levels. “As the director for enrollment and transition services, she has made an incredible impact on enrollment in the College of Education,” said College of Education Dean Perry Schoon. “Maureen has dedicated her time to making a difference for advisors on the local, state, and national level.”

Throughout her time in the College, she has placed an emphasis on collaboration and communication with national leaders, campus partners, and most importantly, students.

Those who need special accommodations to attend can contact Andy Read at (309) 438-0797 .

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