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Blue Ribbon Award Winners for 2012

January LaWaunda January, Administrative Support Assistant at WUTC radio station “exhibits exemplary courtesy and helpfulness each day.  She is Administrative Assistant to Robin Higgins and performs a yeoman’s job in that capacity.  Her job involves tracking and reporting membership financial pledges – which require accuracy and thoroughness,” according to Helen  Walker, Development Associate for WUTC.  Though she is not a receptionist, January responds pleasantly when visitors arrive at the

Blue Ribbon Award Winners for 2011

Blue Ribbon Winners, 2011 January Terry Sanford, Administrative Support Assistant in the Department of Music has gone above and beyond his job requirements often, according to Jooyong Ahn, Associate Professor of music. “Terry not only helps in the office, he also helps students when they need a pianist to accompany them,” Ahn said.  When a department staff person was hospitalized, Sanford graciously absorbed her job responsibilities, according to Ahn. 

Blue Ribbon Award Winners for 2010

December Ruby Jordan and Leesa Harris, Senior Custodians in UTC Facilities, were especially helpful when Dr. Jennifer Boyd of Biological and Environmental Sciences, suffered severe morning sickness in spring and summer of 2010.  “Let’s just say that my morning sickness resulted in a lot of extra cleaning duties for them, which I definitely think fits the category of ‘above and beyond’ their normal duties,” Boyd said.  Jordan and Harris

Blue Ribbon Award Winners for 2009

Blue Ribbon Winners, 2009 December Sharon Williams’ primary duties are for housing accounts payable and budget, and Director of Housing Steven Hood says she does an excellent job.  Specifically, Williams’ recent findings have resulted in savings of $1543.13.  “Sharon found a flyer from ICI Paints, which indicated a lower rate for paint as compared to what we had been paying,” Hood said. “Through investigation of previous invoices and working

Blue Ribbon Award Winners for 2008

December Julie Sanders, Coordinator for Project Lead the Way in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, provided the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) with excellent support to organize an ACT workshop for local high schools.  According to Justin McBath, Region III UTC NSBE Treasurer and Finance Chair, Sanders said the group was having difficulty getting students to participate.  “I told [Julie] about our dilemma and without even

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