"Thumbs Up" gives faculty and staff the chance to recognize others on campus for a job well done.
This week's "Thumbs Up" go to:
Mary Simon (Human Development and Family Studies): Mary is the best technical support person our unit could have, keeping us up and running with the outside world and on campus. Not only is she super proficient at her work, but she brings a smile to everyone who puts in a work order to get help from her. We all appreciate Mary for her work and for her overall attitude, which lifts us all to be better! -- Pat Sellers (Human Development and Family Studies)
Dave Rater, Tom Jonker and Craig Wolter
Dave Rater, Tom Jonker and Craig Wolter (all Operations and Maintenance): Thank you so much for the quick response to two lighting issues in Lambert Gymnasium. Both were due to failed ballasts that were really stinking up the first floor. Thanks again for the speedy repair! -- Jon Laswell
Dolores Thompson (Building Services): I'd like to thank Dolores Thompson of Building Services and her great crew for all their hard work and attention to keep Stewart Center clean and safe, not only during these past several weeks of snow, but also for the extra mile she and her crew go. Whether it's snow shovels in hand, mopping the continuously wet floors, cleaning the restrooms (which have never been so well maintained), or giving our office windows a nice wipe, thank you, Dolores! The work ethic of you and your crew is very much appreciated. -- Marta Read and Julie Cooper (Purdue Extended Campus Dean’s Office)
Maria Longoria-Littleton, Cindy Ream and Michelle Leithliter
Maria Longoria-Littleton, Cindy Ream and Michelle Leithliter (all Discovery Park): On Feb. 18, we had our 27th Annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition. These three were instrumental in helping with anything needed. They made themselves available not only the day of, but in the days and weeks prior to, the event to help with the planning and organizing. Without their help, things would not have run so smoothly. This great group of ladies really helped to make this year's competition a great success. -- Bambrah Miller (Burton D. Morgan Entrepreneurship Center)
Matthew Barbee (Materials Management Distribution): If Matt happens to be going past our office and sees that we have items to go out, he stops and picks them up even when it is not the regularly scheduled pickup time. -- Julie Budzik (PEC Distance Learning)
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