"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:
Diane Watkins (Purdue Memorial Union Dining): Diane does a terrific job running Beans in the MSEE building. She greets her customers with a smile and helps you start your day off right. I also receive great, quick service, and that says so much about her leadership in mentoring the students who work for her. Great job, Diane, and thank you! -- Pamela Dexter (Purdue Research Foundation-University Development Office)
Jamie Barrick (College of Health and Human Sciences): Thanks to Jamie Barrick in the HDFS Business Office Purchasing Center for always being so helpful with purchase order requests or just general ordering questions. She responds timely, accurately and professionally all while maintaining a positive attitude. Kudos to Jamie. -- Deaetta Matson (College of Health and Human Sciences)
PACADA Membership Committee: Thank you so much to the PACADA Membership Committee for facilitating yet another round of PACADA memberships before the retreat. You all work hard to make the process as smooth as possible, and the Communications Committee would like to let you know that your efforts do not go unnoticed. Thank you for continuously inspiring the advising community with your recognition of influential PACADA community members via the Outstanding Advisor and Outstanding New Professional Awards. The membership gifts this year were a great way to promote our organization and we look forward to celebrating PACADA's 30th anniversary with you all. -- PACADA Communications Committee
Sheryl Bower (IT Application Services): Central Receiving would like to give a big thank you to Sheryl Bower for going out of her way to help us out of a bind. Her quick four-minute fix enabled us to get right back on track. Thanks again! -- Tony Priest (Materials Management Distribution)
Sheryl Douglas and Jeff Whiteman (both Building Services): Sheryl and Jeff did a good job cleaning streak marks off of my office floor in the MATH building. — Micah Peercy (IT Infrastructure Services)
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