Deyrup and Knight Named "Women of the Year"
Marta Deyrup, Ph.D., professor/catalogue coordinator, University
Libraries, and Brenda Knight, assistant to the dean, College of Arts & Sciences, are named the 2013 Women of the Year.
Marta Deyrup, Ph.D.
The Woman of the Year award recognizes and honors outstanding leaders at Seton Hall who have made significant contributions to the success of women at the University.
In addition to being a dedicated and well-published faculty member,
Deyrup is also involved in the Women’s Conference, the Elizabeth Ann
Seton Center for Women's Studies, and many other on-campus organizations
focused on helping women.
With 40 years of service to the University, Knight has spent many of
those years as chief steward for Local 153, whose membership is
primarily female. She is also mentor and advisor for the National
Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and over the years, has served as an
unofficial mentor and advisor to many of Seton Hall's female students.
Deyrup and Knight will be celebrated at the University's Women's Conference.
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