"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:
Alan Holtman (Civil Engineering): I would like to thank Alan Holtman for all his assistance in taking photos at our School of Health Sciences Graduation and Awards Banquet on April 23. Adding extra hours to your already long day of work! Thanks so much for all your assistance! -- Helen Terrell (Health Sciences)
Crystal Pirtle (Purdue Polytechnic Institute): Crystal is a true team player who brings problem-solving skills, exceptional communication and an amazing work ethic to our school. I sincerely appreciate her transparency and willingness to help answer process questions. She is always willing to make time to help resolve confusion, streamline processes with workflows, and share insight into the 'why' behind processes. She is a fabulous teacher/trainer, and I sincerely appreciate the value her skills bring to our college! Thank you for all you do, Crystal! -- Emily Birge (School of Aviation and Transportation Technology)
Deb Resnick (IT Infrastructure Services): I would like to thank Deb for all her expertise and assistance in guiding me on pivoting our three-day, in-person Indiana Small Farm Conference to Microsoft Teams in March 2021. Her feedback allowed us to host speakers as far away as Sweden and provide pre-conference videos/files on our Teams platform. Her 'we can do this' attitude really paid off as we had over 300 attendees register and participate during our two-day virtual conference. Thank you, Deb! -- Marion Welsh (College of Agriculture)
Engineering Computer Network staff: I recently changed positions, and ECN was instrumental in making sure everything I needed to be able to function in my new position was working and available to me. Even when I had some technical issues, they were there by phone to assist promptly and efficiently. I am always treated courteously by the ECN staff and could not function without their professional and friendly support. -- Stephanie Winder (Mechanical Engineering)
Purdue Dining and Culinary: Purdue Dining and Culinary has done an amazing job of 'nourishing and inspiring' the Purdue community. These hard-working people kept Boilermakers fed and healthy. Thank you all. You truly do make good things happen. -- Mark Layman (Building Services)
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