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NGU Service Awards 2015

Office of Enrollment Services honors "You Make a Difference Award" winners

 

At North Greenville's annual faculty and staff luncheon on Thursday, Interim President Dr. Randall Pannell and Vice Presidents recognized new faculty and staff and honored members of the faculty and staff who have reached milestone years of service.

The following individuals were honored at the 2014 luncheon.

 


Danny L. Pittman
25 Years of Service

 


Thomas C. Allen
20 Years of Service

 

15 Years of Service
Glenda L. Crain
Kristen G. van den Meiracker
N. Cheryl Greene
William E. Stuermann
Robert E. Gaddis
Robert S. Boggs
Kathy L. Bailey
Erin P. Wall

10 Years of Service
Johnny M. Green
Tommy I. Howard
Burl J. Walker
Donny R. Mathis
Liliane A. Toss
Victor M. Prieto
Christina K. Eddy
Mary Poole
Daniel E. Green
R. Glenn Gifford
Joe F. Hayes, Jr.
Tim A. van den Meiracker

Five Years of Service
Jason Hutto
Elizabeth Ross
Daniel Conard
Kyle Walden
Keith Moore
Vivian Dugle
Dillon Key
Ann Aust
Michelle Herd
Francisco Salles
Robert Bradley
Glenn McCauley

Office of Enrollment Services "You Make a Difference" Award

 

Vice President for Enrollment Services and Financial Planning, Keli Sewell, awarded the "You Make A Difference Award," an honor started three years ago that is bestowed once per semester upon a member of staff and a member of faculty who have gone above and beyond in regard to hospitality toward students and families who visit the campus during special events such as Open House, Overnight at NGU, or private tours.

The honorees were faculty member Shur Gopal from Mass Communication and staff member Cherie Finley in College of Math and Science. Congratulations!


Cherie Finley
College of Math and Science

 

Shur Gopal
Mass Communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

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