UNCG Campus Weekly

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UNCG Student Affairs staff awards

On May 7, 2014, staff from the UNCG Division of Student Affairs gathered for an annual year-end celebration. Several awards were announced:

Unsung Hero Award:
Emily Nanna, Housing & Residence Life
Awarded to an individual who works quietly behind the scenes for the good of Student Affairs and UNCG and who, though not publicly celebrated, demonstrates leadership through dedication and service.

Team Player Award:
Erik Unger, Campus Recreation
This award is given to a Student Affairs employee who treats other team members with respect. They consider the ideas and opinions of others, share information, willingly accept responsibility, and work beyond their office and/or department. Utilizing strong interpersonal skills, they work towards maintaining harmonious relationships and enhance both team productivity and broader university collaboration.

Partnership Award:
Auxiliary Services
This award is presented to either a person or a department for their collaborative efforts with Student Affairs. The department and/or person is presented this award because they have worked with Student Affairs to create and implement a program, assist with a crisis or community event that affected the campus, or provide Student Affairs with opportunities to learn about new trends in the field of higher education through research or teaching.

Student Affairs Employee of the Year:
Patrick Madsen, Career Services Center
This award recognizes a Student Affairs employee who has displayed exemplary performance both in the employee’s own responsibilities as well as service to the division, university and community beyond assigned duties for the division of Student Affairs and UNCG.

Legacy of Excellence Award:
Barbara Gainey, Housing & Residence Life
Barbara Gainey is the first recipient of this new award, which is presented to employees who have created a legacy of excellence, supported student success, and provided outstanding contributions to the division and the university for a minimum of seven years. The candidate should have answered the university’s call to Do something bigger altogether.

Full story and pictures at http://sa.uncg.edu/student-affairs-staff-awards-2/