DSA Celebrates our Outstanding Service Award Winners

Steve Petkas and JoAnn Prosser from Resident Life share a smile at the OSA Luncheon
Wednesday, May 16, 2018

At a small, private lunch ceremony, Vice President for Student Affairs welcomed this year’s Outstanding Service Award winners to Adele’s Restaurant in The Stamp to thank them for their service to the Division of Student Affairs and the university community.

“For all of your excellence, dedication, talent and hard work - I congratulate you on being selected as the recipients of the 2018 Student Affairs Outstanding Service Award,” she told the group of award recipients.

Dr. Clement thanked the Outstanding Service Award winners for their dedication and hard work and made sure to highlight their accomplishments. “This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate some of our most exceptional employees in Student Affairs.  We are so thrilled to have the chance to honor you,” she said.

Dr. Clement also thanked the employees who nominated colleagues for their awards. 

“Recognition is often something that gets overlooked because it takes time to nominate our peers for the awards they so readily deserve.  It is so important that we take time in our Division to celebrate the hard work and extraordinary commitment of our employees.”

Congratulations to this year’s Outstanding Service Award Winners:
Amanda Even
Assistant Director for Adventure Programs in Rec Well

Dan Hairfield
Coordinator of Recruitment and Outreach Programs in Resident Life

Ivor Livingston
Multi Trades III Projects Foreman for Residential Facilities

Kalia Patricio
Assistant Director for HR in the Stamp Student Union

Lee Pen
Graduate Assistant at the University Career Center

Joann Prosser
Director of Assessment and Research for Resident Life 

And, thank you to the nominators who helped us recognize their outstanding colleagues:
James McShay from the Stamp
Becky Weir from the Career Center
John Fowler from Residential Facilities 
Earl Cabellon from Rec Well and
Steve Petkas and Damien Franze from Resident Life

 

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Awards, Student Affairs