West Liberty University’s Staff Advisory Council is excited to bring a new campus-wide Peer to Peer Recognition Program for all levels of Staff and Faculty in which to participate. The nomination form is simple and a way to recognize a staff member for going above and beyond, besides a usual “Thank You” email. Make someone’s day and nominate them today!
For more information or questions on this peer to peer staff recognition program, please contact Staff Advisory Council at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Terrific Toppers for all your terrific work! We appreciate YOU!
September 2022 Nominees
May 2022 Nominee
Michelle Panepucci nominated Missy Thornton. Here is what she had to say about Ms. Thornton: “Missy greets each visitor to campus with a warm and friendly smile. She takes extra time to make sure they are directed appropriately and shows genuine interest in helping them. I would like to recognize Missy for this because that extra care makes prospective students and their families feel comfortable and welcome. As her supervisor, I have had several compliments from visitors and other staff members about how Missy’s pleasant personality shines through not only in person but through the phone line as well. Thank you, Missy for serving as positive resource in our office.”
April 2022 Nominees
Mr. Robert Saas was nominated by Joe Mills. Here is what Mr. Mills had to say, “”This guy does everything, not only for the maintenance side of things but for all staff and students. He is 100% WLU. If you have run into him you walked away with a smile and probably a favor or job completed by him.”
Tasha Taylor nominated Cyndi Gallaway, Here is what she had to say about Ms. Galloway. “I would like to recognize Ms. Cyndi Galloway for stepping in while I was out on extended leave. Thanks to her amazing work ethic and support, the Provost Office ran smoothly and efficiently while I was away. The Provost Office is grateful to her and appreciative of her dedication to WLU. THANK YOU, CYNDI!!”
Tasha Taylor nominated Kayla Waialae. Here is what she had to say. “I would like to recognize Ms. Waialae for her help in the Provost Office while I was out on extended leave and her continued support when I returned. I am thankful to have such supportive colleagues to lean on in my time of need. Thank you for being such a great coworker!”
Tasha Taylor nominated Maureen Golick. Here is what she had to say about Maureen’s terrific work. “I would like to recognize Ms. Golick for all her time and effort during my transition to the Provost Office. I deeply appreciate your time and effort to help whenever I am in need. Your continued support and all of the help you provide to me has made my job so much easier. I appreciate you!”
Chris McPherson nominated Gabriela Barbosa. Here is what he had to say: “Gaby has been integral not only now, but in the past in helping explain processes and how to utilize functions in Sakai. Recently, Gaby helped present information on using the Sakai Gradebook and took time after the presentation to discuss this with me in more detail. Gaby has always been willing to take extra time to help me understand how to best utilize Sakai.”
February 2022 Nominees
Sarah Schimmel nominated Sara West. Here is what she had to say: “Sarah has gone above and beyond with pulling data for numerous accreditation needs for the department of education. She has organized key assessments and field placements within Livetext for every student and faculty in education. She’s drafting over 18 specialized program assessment template, an annual report for CAEP, a Title II report for the US Department of Education. I know she’s doing an equal about of work for other reprograms as well. She has spent a great deal of time in workshops and doing their out of workshop required work for Faculty Success. Sarah is quick with her assistance and very patient to help others. She’s a valued for her dedication to the University.”
January 2022 Nominees
Ann Saurbier nominated Vince Sirianni. Here is what she had to say: Vince has been an invaluable resource to the MBA program across the last several months. With the loss of the former program director, he has been consistently willing to assist me in addressing the program issues that have arisen. In addition, and most importantly, his steadfast dedication and responsiveness to the MBA students has enabled them to register for classes, make adjustments to their schedules and get their questions answered with the highest level of customer service. He exemplifies the characteristics of a Terrific Topper!
Kate Billings nominated Diann Nickerson. Here is what Kate has to say about Diann’s terrific work: Campus Ministry was outside on the first day of Class with the Office of Student Life handing out snacks/breakfast bars/ etc and helping students with directions & questions on the first day of school which was bitterly cold. I know Diann isn’t necessarily a “Staff” member here since she isn’t hired through the University, but she stood out in the cold with me at 8am and does a lot for our students in just her first semester here!
Ronnie Hulewicz nominated Karen Gerardi in the Learning and Student Development Center. Here is what Ronnie had say about Karen’s terrific work: Very hospitable when visiting LSDC; offered me coffee and just all around made me feel welcome in that office space.T