"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:
Those involved with Respect Boundaries: Sexual Violence Awareness program: I’d like to thank numerous individuals and groups for their outstanding efforts in the planning and implementation the Respect Boundaries: Sexual Violence Awareness program on the West Lafayette campus and Technology Statewide locations. Nicole Weibel, Stephanie Drake, Patricia Wilson, the IT Application Services team, Thomas Atkinson, Michelle Goodin, the graduate contacts, Sandra Monroe, the academic advising community, Kasi Jones, Lesa Beals, Frank Blalark, Christina Marheine, Keith Corbin, Michael Eddy, Purdue Extended Campus, Andrew Schaffer, Susan Kotterman, Statewide student service coordinators and Statewide system directors all contributed to the success of the program that fosters a safe, positive, and inclusive campus environment. I appreciate your continued support! -- Alysa Christmas Rollock (Vice President for Ethics and Compliance)
Dean Brusnighan, assistive technology specialist in IT Teaching and Learning Technologies, recognizes Gloria Ryan, secretary in that area, for her great work helping to prepare a recent online training session. The session, held last month, taught employees how to ensure that Purdue's electronic and information technologies are accessible to individuals with disabilities and in compliance with federal law.
Tyson McFall (Botany and Plant Pathology): A special thank you to Tyson McFall for her outstanding planning and organization of the 2014 Botany and Plant Pathology Poster Session held at the Beck Center on Nov. 18. This event hosted 55+ graduate student, undergraduate and postdoctoral poster presentations. Thank you, Tyson, for making this special event a great success. Your hard work and dedication are a great tribute to the department, the College of Agriculture and Purdue University. -- Pam Mow (Botany and Plant Pathology)
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