"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:
Alex Mason (Student Success): A huge thank you and much appreciation to Alex Mason for handling the day-to-day work of running DRC Testing Center during a recent staff vacancy and for a job well done. -- Caren Hanley (Student Success)
Janet Smith (Building Services): Janet has been with Birck Nanotechnology Center since its opening 10 years ago. She is a valued and trusted worker. When she retires next month, she will be greatly missed. I send a huge congratulations and thank you for her many years of service at Birck. Janet, you will be greatly missed. -- Mary Jo Totten (Birck Nanotechnology Center)
PACADA Membership Committee: We would like to thank Chris Greggila, Tyson McFall and the PACADA Membership Committee for the membership gifts this year. We greatly appreciate all of their hard work and dedication. -- PACADA Communication Committee
Pat Jonas and Kiersti Cunningham (both Animal Sciences): I am thankful to have co-workers like Pat Jonas and Kiersti Cunningham. Thank you for bringing your positive attitude to work every day along with your support and dedication to the department. Your commitment brings excellent results. -- JoAnn Galyon (Animal Sciences)
Scott Sproles and Erin Ehrman (both Operations and Maintenance): Many thanks to Scott Sproles and Erin Ehrman of the Carpentry Shop. They built an absolutely beautiful new reinforced counter when the old one was falling down and could not be salvaged. The workmanship on the new counter is amazing -- incredibly sturdy while maintaining a professional look. Scott and Erin were wonderful to work with and had the job complete in no time at all! -- Sandra San Miguel (Veterinary Clinical Sciences)
Steve Strouse and Howard Weaver (both Operations and Maintenance): The Office of the Board of Trustees wishes to give both Steve Strouse and Howard Weaver in Operations and Maintenance a well-deserved 'Thumbs Up' for their carpentry and wallpapering skills, respectively. My vision for reorganizing the dozens of photos of the trustees, presidents, and officers of the board in STEW 326, where the Board of Trustees meets, was achieved through their craftsmanship, and they should be very proud of jobs well done. -- Janice Indrutz (Board of Trustees)
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