2015 Making a Difference Award Winners Announced

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Steve Lehmann, Joe Thompson, Sue Niemi, Patty Kyllonen, Kathy Goulette, Joe Cooper
Missing – Jodi Lehman and Margaret Perander
 

At an awards program in the MUB Wednesday January 6, 2016, the following staff members were honored with the Staff Council Making a Difference Awards.

Above and Beyond Award
Jodi Lehman, Assistant Director of Research Development

One of Jodi’s nomination letters states, “This year, following the departure of another staff member, I asked Jodi if she would take on the additional task of managing Michigan Tech’s relationships with private foundations. Not surprisingly (to anyone who knows her), Jodi enthusiastically accepted these additional duties. She retained many of her existing duties – which would have made taking on this additional job ‘above and beyond’ on its own. However, the timing of this job change coincided with the start-up of a major new foundation in the community – the Portage Health Foundation.” They noted that even though a significant portion of the work on this partnership came during her two “off months” (she is a 10-month employee), she stayed engaged in the project, shepherding it through the entire process. It was noted that Jodi did this because she deeply cares about Michigan Tech, and saw the big picture of how this partnership with PHF will strengthen Michigan Tech not just for the next couple years, but for decades to come.

Bringing out the Best Award
Patty Kyllonen, Director of HR Information Systems

“When new changes or policies must be implemented, Patty has the ability to spread enthusiasm to all involved, whether it be the entire department, a single work center, a committee, or an individual.”, stated one nominator. Another said, “Being a relatively new member to her support staff, Patty has always made the extra effort to help guide me to make the best decisions for the circumstances I come in contact with. I’ve watched her mentor at least four people in the last five years, and I’ve seen all of them grow to be better employees and better people.” Also stated, “Her leadership provides endless chances to dive a little deeper with each goal, mission, and project. Giving those chances to grow is how Patty brings out the best in me.” Patty is also involved in activities outside of work with other individuals in the department that encourages comradery when back at work.

Creative Solutions Award
Steve Lehmann,
Research Associate in Mechanical Engineering – Engineering Mechanics

One reason stated for nominating Steve was: “Steve is an expert LabView programmer. He is now implementing a LabView application in several Mechanical Engineering – Engineering Mechanic laboratories and in the new Engineering Practice courses. Not only does it offer all of the functionality required by the users, maintenance and modification of the program is significantly streamlined since there is only one program instead of a dozen. It is estimated that after implementation of this software application, the time required to maintain it has dropped from what could have otherwise been a full time position to just a few hours per week. This represents a tremendous savings in personnel costs, besides freeing up Steve’s time to work on other important tasks.” Also, “Steve’s ability to see things from the student’s perspective has resulted in new ides in their under graduate labs that have produced better student learning experiences.”

Outstanding Supervisor Award
Joe Cooper – Director of Financial Aid (Director of Student Activities when nominated)

One nominator stated, “When someone asks me what I love about my job, the first thing that comes to mind is my supervisor, Joe Cooper. Joe continually pushes for my professional development by supporting my UAW classes and suggesting campus lectures/classes that would benefit me professionally.” Another added, “During my time in the department, he has been among the most visible proponents of positive support, in addition to encouraging personal and professional development in our area. He is aware that learning is a life-long practice; he doesn’t shy away from a challenge and receives feedback with an open mind.” And also said, “Joe has been nothing less than 100% supportive of my demanding master’s program, which at times can divert my attention away from my position in Student Activities.” When it came time to making a change in the department, Joe provided suggestions on how to go about making the changes, but gave his employee enough leeway to implement the changes, while providing a safety net in case things did not go their way.

Rookie Award
Joseph Thompson, Sponsored Projects Manager in the Pavlis Honors College

One nominator stated that after just two weeks of Joe being on the job, he knew they had found the ideal candidate when Joe accompanied him on a business trip to meet with ten of their very important industry sponsors. He said, “His input was thoughtful, genuine, and engaging; he was able to identify mutually beneficial opportunities. His follow-through on these visits was equally impressive. As a result of this trip alone, Joe successfully secured $165k in sponsored projects for the fall semester.” Equally important is his ability to build relationships on campus with faculty and staff. He is often out of his office meeting across campus, learning first-hand about the Enterprise programs, so that he can promote them successfully to their external sponsor base. Beyond his performance, you couldn’t ask for a more genuine, sincere, and authentic colleague and employee. Another noted, “While fulfilling the role for which he was hired with great commitment and creativity, he also began identifying opportunities and exploring innovative ways to promote effective growth and evolution of our programs.”

Serving Others Award – There was a tie between Sue Niemi and Kathy Goulette

Susan Niemi, Office Assistant in Chemical Engineering

It was stated, “She is always very professional, helpful and offers to do whatever is needed to take care of the needs of others. This is not always an easy task as the majority of her work load in non-repetitive, there are so many different things that arise on a daily basis. She handles them with ease, finding solutions, and no one ever leaves the department unsatisfied. She takes initiative to work on special projects and takes pride in all of the work she does in assisting the department run smoothly.” Another said, “Sue routinely investigates the graduate student financial support and ensures that the students’ pay is always correct and on time.” “Frequently when asked about various specifics about the meetings the department holds, her response is that the task has already been completed.” “Sue always strives to put the needs of everyone else before herself.”

Kathy Goulette, Executive Assistant in Mechanical Engineering – Engineering Mechanics

It was stated, “While Kathy’s assigned duties keep her extremely busy, she has always found the time to go beyond this to serve others in additional ways.” With a department of this size, comes complexity at every turn which often leads to exceptions and her having to break new ground and create new processes. When a faculty member complained he could not find a planner/calendar to meet his needs, Kathy met with him to determine what he was looking for. When she could not find one on the internet, she developed one for him. She has been known to bring in flowers for staff to brighten their desks.

She started a Friday evening “meet and greet” to serve alumni during the Academy weekend. Another stated, “last year the person who was expected to enter the data into Digital Measures left the department with a short notice. Therefore, Kathy stepped forward to enter the data in Digital Measures herself.

Unsung Hero Award
Margaret Perander,
Administrative Aide in Mathematical Sciences

One nominator stated, “Margaret doesn’t do anything just to get praise or recognition. When there’s something that needs to be done and Margaret sees it, she does it, no questions asked.” For a faculty member, she walked the halls of Fisher for 50 minutes with his daughter in a stroller so he could attend a Colloquium. It was also said, “Margaret makes me feel good about myself, especially if I make a mistake and I’m beating myself up. She’s a good listener and co-worker. Her office door is always open and she’s there to help all the students, instructors and staff.” Also, “I am pleased to say that Margaret has continued to take the initiative in lending assistance whenever needed during my time here. She is always willing to take on any task given to her, which usually means that she needs to drop what she is doing and do something else on short notice. That kind of staff support is invaluable.”

2015 Making a Difference Nominees Announced

Everyone is invited to a reception honoring the 2015 Making a Difference Awards nominees.  The reception is scheduled for Wednesday, January 6, 2016 from 2:00 to 3:30pm in Ballroom A of the Memorial Union Building.  The recipients for each category will be announced at the reception.  Here is a list of the 2015 nominees:

Nominee Name Nominee Dept Nominators Name Category
Andy Parker Facilities Management Cathy Jenich Above & Beyond
Byron Quinn VP for Administration Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Above & Beyond
Haley Bianucci Public Safety Daniel Bennett Above & Beyond
Jennifer Biekkola Annual Giving Paula Nutini Above & Beyond
Jodi Lehman VP for Research Jason Carter Above & Beyond
Julie Ross Civil & Environmental Eng Stacy Cotey Above & Beyond
Karen Kangas College of Sciences & Arts Bruce Seely Above & Beyond
Lisa Hitch Electrical & Computer Eng Daniel Fuhrmann Above & Beyond
Madeline Mercado Voelker Human Resources Renee Ozanich Above & Beyond
Paula Dube Custodial Services Erica Coscarelli Above & Beyond
Rodney Thompson UMC Jennifer Biekkola Above & Beyond
Ruth Archer Auxiliary Services Operations Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Above & Beyond
Sarah Kuhl Computer Science Charles Wallace Above & Beyond
Tim Scullion Human Resources Anita Quinn Above & Beyond
Ellen Marks Library Pattie Luokkanen Bringing Out the Best
Gina Goudge Cognitive & Learning Sciences Rachelle Gariepy Bringing Out the Best
Ian Repp University Marketing & Comm Shannon Rinkinen Bringing Out the Best
Patty Kyllonen Human Resources Alex Saari Bringing Out the Best
Allison Mills University Marketing & Comm Jennifer Donovan Creative Solutions
Heidi Reid Human Resources Anita Quinn Creative Solutions
Laura Harry, Tammy Ahola, Nikki Ebert, Megan Ross Auxiliary Services Robert Hiltunen Creative Solutions
Michael Olson Office of Advancement Karla Aho Creative Solutions
Steven Lehmann Mech Eng – Eng Mech Bob Page Creative Solutions
Joe Cooper Student Activities Maryann Wilcox Outstanding Supervisor
Lisa Hitch Electrical & Computer Eng Joan Becker Outstanding Supervisor
Lorri Reilly Chemistry Melanie Talaga Outstanding Supervisor
Michael Abbott VPR/GLRC Chris Pinnow Outstanding Supervisor
Patrice Myllyoja Information Technology Lisa Cunard Outstanding Supervisor
Renee Hiller Human Resources Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Outstanding Supervisor
Abbi Halkola Human Resources Catherine Burns Rookie Award
Brenda Randell Auxiliary Services Operations Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Rookie Award
Daryl Matthews Dining Services Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Rookie Award
David Rivera Facilities Chris Maxson Rookie Award
Debra Linn Physics Ravi Pandey Rookie Award
Ian Repp University Marketing & Comm Cody Kangas Rookie Award
Joseph Thompson Pavlis Honors College Rick Berkey Rookie Award
Laurie Stark Library Chad Arney Rookie Award
Michael Goldsworthy Mech Eng – Eng Mech Martin Toth Rookie Award
Shannon Kokkonen Industry Relations Brent Burns Rookie Award
Tracey Reed Information Technology Stephen Eles Rookie Award
Taana Kalliainen Chemical Engineering Alexis Snell Rookie Award
Darlene Comfort VP for Administration Anita Quinn Serving Others
Donna Beels Public Safety Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Serving Others
Kathleen Goulette Mech Eng – Eng Mech William Predebon Serving Others
Katie Torrey Chemical Engineering Faith Morrison Serving Others
Kelly McLean Geo Mining & Eng Sciences Dr. Ebrahim Tarshizi Serving Others
Michelle Farrey Career Services Steve Patchin Serving Others
Quentin Franke & Alex Hughes University Marketing & Comm Cyndi Perkins Serving Others
Susan Niemi Chemical Engineering Alexis Snell Serving Others
Sylvia Matthews College of Sciences & Arts Susan Liebau & Heather Simpson Serving Others
Vicky Roy Computer Science Charles Wallace Serving Others
Aparna Pandey Chemistry Melanie Talaga Unsung Hero
Ashley DeVoge Ticketing Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Unsung Hero
Carol Argentati Office of Advancement Karla Aho Unsung Hero
James Desrochers Career Services Steve Patchin Unsung Hero
Karen Salo College of Sciences & Arts Bruce Seely Unsung Hero
Margaret Perander Mathematical Sciences Candy Steed Unsung Hero
Margaret Perander Mathematical Sciences Jiguang Sun Unsung Hero
Megan Ross Auxiliary Services Operations Theresa Coleman-Kaiser Unsung Hero
Rose Martell Center for Pre-College Outreach Liz Fujita Unsung Hero
Stacy Cotey Biological Sciences Karyn Fay Unsung Hero
Wayne Gaddis Human Resources Anita Quinn Unsung Hero

Nominations being accepted for Staff Making a Difference Awards

Nominations are now open for Staff Making a Difference Awards. Nominate a deserving coworker for one of the following award categories: rookie award, serving others, outstanding supervisor, creative solutions, above and beyond, unsung hero and bringing out the best. Each award recipient receives $500.

For nomination criteria and to download the form and instructions please click here.

Nominations will be accepted until 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 18, 2015.

Please contact Tanya Maki with any questions at tanya@mtu.edu or 487-2282.

For a list of previous award recipients, please click here.

We hope that you will join us and Vice President Ellen Horsch at the afternoon reception to honor all of the nominees on Wednesday January 6, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. in the MUB Ballroom A. All award recipients will be announced at the reception.

Past Winners of Making a Difference Awards

2010

Joan Hoffman
Andre Bonen
Kari Pietrzyk
Joel Isaacson
Chuck Schaefer
Hubert Hautala
Karen Bess
Jeremy Worm

2011

David Strong
Renee Wells
Christine Grotzke
Dennis Hagenbuch
Jillian Spagnotti
Linda Korpela
Beth Ruohonen

2012

Richard Berky
Katharine Cooper
Shezwae Fleming
William Langdon
Jerod Ledgerwood
Renee Ozanich
Travis Pierce

2013

Robert Hiltunen
Jeanne Meyers
Mark Sloat
Colleen Erva
Tim Griffin
Susan Liebau
Mary J Stevens

2014

Jeff Lewin
David Caspary
Jackie Ellenich
Darnishia Slade
Mary Muncil
Linnea Gowin Hobmier
Tina Sarazin
Catherine Burns
Lori Weir
Amanda Cadwell

 

Staff Council Invites New Members

Staff Council Invites New Members

Staff Council invites and welcomes new members to it’s annual organizational meeting at noon on Thursday, September 24, 2015 in the MUB Conference Room B001. Snacks and beverages will be provided.

Staff Council was created in 1991 as a service organization for the University. Staff Council is made up of staff members from all levels at Michigan Tech, and it supports activities and resources that provide recognition for staff achievement, opportunities for professional development, and enhance the working environment and campus community.

Staff Council sponsors the following annual events: Making a Difference Awards; Family Fun Day; Staff Service Recognition Awards; Technology Day; as well as hosting the President’s Campus Forums. Members also serve on search committees and help out with other special University initiatives and task forces that require staff representation, create and distribute the Employee Wall Calendar, and various other campus activities.

2015-16 Campus Forums announced

The dates for the 2015-16 Campus Forums have been announced. They are:

Monday October 12, 2015 2:00p MUB Ballroom
Thursday February 18, 2016 2:00p MUB Ballroom
Thursday April 21, 2016 2:00p MUB Ballroom

Release time will be provided for the hourly staff with the approval of their supervisor. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

The presentation will be video streamed live.

If you would like to submit questions, you can submit them via email to staffcouncil@mtu.edu before and during the presentation.

2015 Staff Service Award Recipients

A big “THANK YOU” for your service and commitment to Michigan Tech to the following staff members who will be honored on June 17 at the Staff Service Awards Luncheon for reaching a 5 year anniversary date this fiscal year.

 

2015 Staff Service Award Recipients by Department
First Name MI Last Name Home Department Award Year
Tara M Brewer Admissions 5
Jennifer A Van Essen Admissions 10
Theodore J Bornhorst AE Seaman Mineral Museum 35
Darlene E Persha Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC) 15
Steven R Dobbs Alumni Relations 5
Kay M Larson Alumni Relations 5
Christopher P Harry Athletic/Rec Facility Operations 10
Jackie A Kentala Athletic/Rec Facility Operations 25
Kirsti M Arko Career Services 5
Gina M Goudge Career Services 20
Timothy P Gasperich Chemical Engineering 25
Susan E Niemi Chemical Engineering 25
Denise J Laux Chemistry 25
Jerry L Lutz Chemistry 25
Amanda A Cadwell Civil & Environmental Engineering 20
Nicholas E Koszykowski Civil & Environmental Engineering 15
Nancy L Moore Civil & Environmental Engineering 15
David L Perram Civil & Environmental Engineering 30
Luke S Peterson Civil & Environmental Engineering 15
Julie Z Ross Civil & Environmental Engineering 10
Gary L Schlaff Civil & Environmental Engineering 20
Joan F Schumaker Chadde Civil & Environmental Engineering 20
John L Velat Civil & Environmental Engineering 5
Deborah M Meyers Cognitive & Learning Sciences 20
Sherry J Anderson College of Engineering 5
 Karen  Kangas  College of Science & Arts  30
Lawrence A Wall Counseling Services 20
Donald S Williams Counseling Services 25
Christy M Oslund Dean of Students Office 5
Tammy L Ahola Dining Services 15
Mary C Becia Dining Services 5
Michael B Beutler Dining Services 5
Nikki J Ebert Dining Services 25
Vincent R Foetisch Dining Services 5
Robert W Hiltunen Dining Services 25
Vicki L Kivela Dining Services 20
Daniel M Nutini Dining Services 40
Lisa M Parisot Dining Services 5
Judy K Verran Dining Services 25
Judy M Donahue Electrical and Computer Engineering 10
Charlie E Sannes Electrical and Computer Engineering 5
Lynda M Heinonen Enrollment Services 20
Ricky J Ahola Facilities Management 25
Melissa R Beaudoin Facilities Management 10
Clifton J Brusso Facilities Management 25
Alfred F Giusti Facilities Management 5
Lani K Junttonen Facilities Management 20
Sheila M Laitinen Facilities Management 35
Michael B Monette Facilities Management 35
Michael J Myllyoja Facilities Management 25
James W Newman Facilities Management 5
Dale O O’Brien Facilities Management 15
Amy M Raffaelli Facilities Management 5
David E Taivalkoski Facilities Management 40
Michael J Tomasi Facilities Management 25
Louis P Zenner Facilities Management 10
Heather R DesRochers Financial Aid Administration 5
Joyce A Fontaine Financial Aid Administration 30
Linda M Fontaine Financial Aid Administration 15
Traci R Bishop Financial Services & Operations 5
Kelly J Dube Financial Services & Operations 25
Susan M Laajala Financial Services & Operations 30
Roy A Britz General Athletics 20
Michelle M Jacob General Athletics 5
Thomas D Kearly General Athletics 15
David H Sartin General Athletics 5
James M Gillis Geological & Mining Eng & Sciences 20
Kelly M McLean Geological & Mining Eng & Sciences 35
Janet K Hayden Governmental Relations/Sec Board 25
Debra D Charlesworth Graduate School 15
Jacque C Smith Graduate School 10
Lucille M Gibbons Housing – Facilities 15
Laura A Baril Human Resources 15
Catherine A Burns Human Resources 5
Nancy L Banfield Information Technology 15
Gregory G Booth Information Technology 10
Robert J Gilreath Information Technology 30
Michael D Hyslop Information Technology 20
Patrice A Myllyoja Information Technology 20
Paul M Raymond Information Technology 15
Kurt C Smith Information Technology 5
James R Baker Innovation & Industry Engagement 20
Carol B Frendewey Innovation & Industry Engagement 10
Richard J Elenich Institutional Analysis 20
Jean S DeClerck Jackson Center for Teach & Learn 5
Michael R Meyer Jackson Center for Teach & Learn 10
Nancy S Seely Jackson Center for Teach & Learn 20
Jeffrey E Toorongian Jackson Center for Teach & Learn 25
Christopher A Green Keweenaw Research Center 25
Joel W Kunnari Keweenaw Research Center 25
Timothy B Smigowski Keweenaw Research Center 5
James D Waineo Keweenaw Research Center 25
Jason M Wiitanen Keweenaw Research Center 5
Terry E Anderson Kinesiology/Integrative Physiology 30
Craig R Pellizzaro Kinesiology/Integrative Physiology 15
Gerald C Anzalone Materials Science and Engineering 5
Edward A Laitila Materials Science and Engineering 30
Owen P Mills Materials Science and Engineering 20
Beth R Sickler Materials Science and Engineering 30
Karen E Bess Mechanical Engrg-Engrg Mechanics 5
Robert A DeJonge Mechanical Engrg-Engrg Mechanics 10
Jillian M Isaacson Mechanical Engrg-Engrg Mechanics 5
Ryan A Towles Mechanical Engrg-Engrg Mechanics 5
Kristina M Tereschuk Memorial Union 5
Don W Kilpela Merchandising Operations 30
Pamela R Hannon Mich Tech Transportation Inst-MTTI 5
Richard J Dobson Michigan Tech Rsrch Institute(MTRI) 5
Michael J Sayers Michigan Tech Rsrch Institute(MTRI) 5
John Valenzuela Michigan Tech Rsrch Institute(MTRI) 5
Kevin S McClellan Mont Ripley 10
Karla O Aho Office of Advancement 10
Carol A Argentati Office of Advancement 15
Linda K Korpela Office of Advancement 15
Reid C DeVoge Public Safety & Police Services 5
Marjorie L Lindley Sch Forest Resources & Environ Sci 20
Phyllis C Williamson Sch Forest Resources & Environ Sci 20
Karen S Foltz School of Business and Economics 15
Pammi S Washuleski School of Technology 30
Gina M Stevens Social Sciences 25
Kim M Codere Sponsored Programs Office 20
Lisa A Jukkala Sponsored Programs Office 30
Christopher M Stancher Sponsored Programs Office 5
Joseph J Cooper Student Activities 5
Jared M Johnson Student Activities 5
Mechelle M Normand Univ Marketing & Communications 10
Rodney D Thompson Univ Marketing & Communications 15
Chad A Arney Van Pelt and Opie Library 15
Michael F Hendricks Vice Pres for Research 25
Anita L Quinn Vice Pres for Research 30
Lori L Weir Vice President for Administration 5
RECENT RETIREES BY DEPARTMENT
First Name MI Last Name Home Department Years
Judy L Schaefer Biomedical Engineering 25
James Turnquist Career Services 28
Cheryl L Paoli Dining Services 24
Denise R Spagnotti Enrollment Services 37
Edwin E Corrigan Facilities Management 36
Donald C Darcy Facilities Management 36
Michael L Harsh Facilities Management 15
James B Heikkinen Facilities Management 35
Yvonne M Lander Facilities Management 24
Delmar R Rautiola Facilities Management 32
Daniel E Salo Facilities Management 24
James L Schultz Facilities Management 19
Bonita A Gagnon Graduate School 27
Lisa G Moyle Housing and Residential Life 25
Steven J Clark Information Technology 24
Nils P Ruonavaara Keweenaw Research Center 29
Daniel D Greenlee Office of Advancement 14
Kathleen S Wollan Physics 18
Ronald J Parker Public Safety & Police Services 24
Ruth A Ojala Sch Forest Resources & Environ Sci 22
Marcia L Goodrich Univ Marketing & Communications 22
Ronald C Rivest Univ Marketing & Communications 27
Dennis K Walikainen Univ Marketing & Communications 30
Carolyn S Belanger Vice President for Administration 22
Andre A Bonen Vice President for Administration 36
Michael D Clawson Vice President for Administration 33
Susan J Sergey Vice President for Administration 35
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Staff Service Recognition luncheon tickets are now available

The annual Staff Council Service Recognition Luncheon will be held Wednesday, June 17, at Noon in the Memorial Union Ballroom. President Glenn Mroz and Staff Council Chair, Jenn Biekkola will present awards to more than 150 staff members for their five-year anniversary dates of service to the University and recent staff retirees will also be recognized.

This year’s recognition luncheon will feature the Lasagna and Caesar Salad Buffet (includes vegetarian and gluten free options). Tickets are $7 (cash or check only) and must be purchased by Friday, June 12. Please note that there is no reserved seating; it is first-come, first-serve seating. If you have any special dietary requirements or have questions about the service recognition awards, please contact a Staff Council Service Recognition Committee member.

Please visit one of the following locations to purchase tickets:

• Memorial Union/Dining Services Office (MUB 101)
• Tanya Maki, Human Resources, 214H Lakeshore Center, 7-2282, tanya@mtu.edu
• Dawn Pichette, UMC, G13 Admin, 7-2354, dmpichet@mtu.edu

If you are unable to attend the lunch, please join us for the awards presentation beginning at approximately 12:30 p.m.

Staff Council Service Recognition Committee:
• Sherry Anderson (7-2005, sjanders@mtu.edu)
• Jenn Biekkola (7-1056, jrbiekko@mtu.edu)
• Arlene Collins (7-1779, acollins@mtu.edu)
• Peggy Gorton (7-2260, pagorton@mtu.edu)
• Janey Pindral (7-2160, jlpindra@mtu.edu)
• Heidi Reid (7-2416 hereid@mtu.edu)

2015 Staff Service Awards Recognition

Employees who have reached a 5 year anniversary and recent retirees of Michigan Tech will be recognized at the Staff Service Awards Luncheon on June 17, 2015.

Employees who reached a 5 year anniversary will receive a  letter via campus mail this week.

The list of honorees for  2015 will be announced later.  Luncheon ticket sales for guests will  begin this Friday (an announcement will be made in Tech Today regarding ticket locations).

Thank You For Your Service