April 18, 2014

Doug Noble Named Excellent Eagle

Congratulations to Doug Noble, director of Dodd Auditorium, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of December. A parking spot of his choosing has been reserved for him through the end of the month.

Here is what two of his co-workers said about him:

“I would like to nominate Doug because he is one of the most dedicated and hardest workers I have had the pleasure of working with. He goes above and beyond the call of duty each and every day to ensure that all events in Dodd Auditorium are run smoothly and efficiently and that all patrons have enjoyable experiences. With his radiantly happy outlook, he brings joy to the workplace in all departments he oversees, which also includes the Events AV Office and the Office of Webcasting and Video Production.”

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“I would like to nominate Doug Noble as Eagle Employee of the month. Doug is the director of Dodd Auditorium. I would like to nominate him because he works tirelessly in one of the most important venues on campus. He is always cheerful, but takes his position very seriously to make sure the University is represented in an excellent  fashion. He also is the director of Events AV as well as The Office of Webcasting and Video Production.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, job title, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Jeffrey Pugh Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Jeff PughCongratulations to Jeffrey Pugh, A/V Systems Manager, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of April. A parking spot of his choosing has been reserved for him through the end of the month.

Here is what one of his co-workers said about him:

“I would like to recommend Jeff Pugh for the Excellent Eagle Employee.  We have had several recurring AV/IT issues at the Stafford Campus that he was able to get resolved in a timely matter. He responded immediately to troubleshoot the problems and got the issues taken care of.  Jeff is always professional, follows through with everything he does and takes initiative.  Jeff is a great asset to UMW.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Angela Lilly Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Angie LillyCongratulations to Angela Lilly, manager of system support and training in the Division of Administration and Finance, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of March. A parking spot of her choosing has been reserved for her through the end of the month.

Here is what one of her co-workers said about her:

“I nominate Angie Lilly.  Angie has worked diligently and patiently with Finance and Purchasing on the Business Meal Form.  It has been a complex form to create but will provide users an easy to use tool.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Tember Smith Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Tember Smith, office manager of the College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of November. A parking spot of her choosing has been reserved for her until the end of the month.

Here is what one of her co-workers said about her:

“Tember should be recognized as an Excellent Eagle Employee because, simply put, she is a model of excellence.  She goes above and beyond her duties, never hesitating to stop her detailed focus on the mounds of paperwork and data she deals with daily to help a fellow employee or student.  I have been the recipient of her helpfulness on several occasions.  Rest assured, she gets right back on task to complete her job.  Students love her enthusiasm and sense of humor.  She instantly puts worried students at ease with her calm and caring manner, not to mention her extensive knowledge of all the requirements of the education program.  Tember is the epitome of caring and sharing her knowledge to help others.  She is adaptable and flexible in her position.

Tember has been an employee at UMW for decades, working in various departments.  She is a great asset to the UMW community and someone the UMW faculty and staff need to recognize for her contribution in helping make UMW a quality institution.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Angela Lilly Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Angela Lilly, director of training, evaluation and systems in the department of finance, who has been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of September. A parking spot of her choosing has been reserved for her until the end of the month.

Here is what one of her co-workers said about her:

“I would like to nominate Angie Lilly for this month’s Excellent Eagle Employee. These past few months, Angie has been a remarkable help to the Associate Provost / Enrollment Management and Student Services Division. Her service and dedication to EM&SS has remained even after a promotion to Director of TESS. She has provided critical assistance to both departments with a positive attitude and inspiring spirit. She is a delight to be around! The initiative and focus she takes on projects can be felt throughout division. She is an invaluable resource to UMW and it has been a pleasure working alongside Angie Lilly!”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Michael Morley Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Michael Morley, office manager in the department of music and manager of the UMW Philharmonic Orchestra, who has been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of August. A parking spot of his choosing has been reserved for him until the end of the month.

Here is what one of his co-workers said about him:

“Michael is the department’s ‘go to’ guy. He wears many hats and does so cheerfully, efficiently, and effectively. Michael continually displays a positive, can-do attitude. Never one to say no, he just digs in and finds a way to make things happen. He’s outstanding in all of his regular job requirements and never hesitates to lend assistance in situations that fall outside of his job description.

Michael is often the first impression students, parents and community members have of the music department. More than once I’ve been in the office while Michael is fielding a call from community members inquiring about an upcoming concert. He is knowledgeable, patient, and generous with the attention he gives each caller.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject Line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Sean O’Brien Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Sean O’Brien, IT project manager in the office of the vice president for information technology, who has been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of June.  A parking spot of his choosing has been reserved for him until the end of the month.

Here is what one of his co-workers said about him:

“I would like to nominate Sean O’Brien for the Excellent Eagle Employee. When I have any issue relating to IT, I always call Sean. He always knows what direction to point me in, or who to direct me to talk to. Sometimes navigating other divisions is a puzzle, but Sean clears up any questions I have and saves the day. He also checks in to make sure the issue was resolved. I really appreciate that IT has someone as accessible and helpful as Sean. A parking spot is a great way to say thanks and keep up the good work!”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject Line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Cathy Byram, Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Cathy Byram, office manager in the Department of English, Linguistics, and Communications, who has been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of May.   A parking spot of her choosing has been reserved for her until the end of the month.

Here is what one of her co-workers said about her:

“I would like to nominate Cathy for a variety of reasons. First, she is absolutely kind and generous. I am fairly new here, having begun in August. Cathy, whose job does not involve me at all, is kind enough to do all of the purchasing for me in the Writing Centers and the WI Program. She does so without any complaint and never asks anything in return although I ask her time and again if there is anything I can do for her. She helps me navigate appropriate channels in order to get things accomplished for students and the university. Cathy goes above and beyond her job description just to help out a fellow employee. I want to nominate Cathy just so she is recognized and knows what an invaluable employee and person she is.” 

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, just send me an email (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the Subject Line.  In your email, be sure to tell me the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

 

 

Tim Owens Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Tim Owens, instructional technology specialist in the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies, who has been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee by the Staff Advisory Council. To thank him for such a wonderful job, Tim will have a reserved parking spot of his choosing from Monday, April 2 through Monday, April 30.

Here is what one of Tim’s co-workers said about him:

“Tim sets a high standard for customer service at the university. He provides prompt, professional service and takes the extra step to find the solution to technical problems. Not only will he find solutions but he will explain your options, make recommendations and work to put the solution into place. He is incredibly accommodating and always happy to work with people.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the Subject Line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Lori Johnson Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Lori Johnson, acting director of the student transition program, who has  been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee by the Staff Advisory Council. To thank her for such a wonderful job, Lori will have a reserved parking spot of her choosing from Friday, February 3 through Wednesday, February 29.

Here is what one of Lori’s co-workers said about her:

“ Lori’s attention to detail and commitment to UMW and the Student Transition Program is second to none. She is a quiet and humble hard worker, consistently working late hours to ensure the success of students.  Lori takes time out of her daily schedule to recognize and thank her peers with thank you notes, little treats and moments of laughter that provide an irreplaceable morale boost. Lori will take the time to listen to, work with, and recognize peers and students no matter the time constraints. The Office of Academic Services is proud have her has a valued member of our staff.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the Subject Line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).