A Loss to Our Community: Annalise Kjolhede ’10 Tragically Passes Away

Annalise Kjolhede (right) Photo credit: Fall Buzz 2010 Bak-to-School Guide

Annalise Kjolhede ’10, who graduated cum laude from the University with a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and a minor in French, died from injuries sustained in a skiing accident at Alpine Meadows ski resort in Lake Tahoe, Nev. on Tuesday, Nov. 13, according to an email sent to students by Dean of the College Richard Feldman and Dean of Students Matthew Burns on Thursday, Nov. 15.

Kjolhede was a KEY Scholar and was involved with the M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence and the University’s Microfarm, in addition to having many other faculty, staff and student connections, the email stated.

“She was an exceptional student and will be missed tremendously,” the email stated. “Annalise was a wonderful part of our campus community, and our thoughts and sympathies go out to Annalise’s family and friends at this time.”

From the Campus Times, 11/15/12

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