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There are 3 comments on Office Artifacts: Kelly Walter

  1. I had the pleasure of coinciding with Kelly in the Admissions Office as a work study student during my undergraduate years (CLA ’85). She was wonderful to work with, helped me develop many competencies which I still use today in my professional life. It is an honor to know an individual with her skills, experience and values, as a professional as well as a person. Congratulations Kelly!

  2. It was wonderful to see this article about Kelly and her travels and collections.. Anyone visiting her office is in for a real treat. She is clearly the right person to be the representative for BU to welcome potential students onto a very rich and diverse campus with broad and inclusive programs of study. The magnets got it right! Chris Reaske, former VP for Development and Alumni Relations, BU

  3. As a grade-eleven student who yearns for entering BU, I strongly appreciate the efforts dean Kelly made for understanding the diversification of different cultures. She went to my hometown, Shanghai, China, and gave us lots of edifications and suggestions. Honestly, dean Kelly is not as serious as I have imaged. She is actually very amicable. Thank you very much, dean Kelly, for giving international students like me an opportunity to know more about BU.

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