Jebaraj Named Employee of the Second Quarter by Walton College
Mervin Jebaraj, assistant director in the Center for Business and Economic Research, has been named employee of the second quarter by the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Anyone in the college may nominate colleagues for the award, which is given to employees who show superior customer service that enhances the image of the college, above and beyond the scope of that employee's job description.
This quarter's nominees were Jebaraj, Tanya Clayburn of Finance and Administration, Jasmine Edwards of the Department of Accounting, Alice Frizzell of the Department of Information Systems, J.R. Hinkson of Undergraduate Programs, Wayne Jones of Instructional Design and Assurance of Learning, Lori McLemore of External Relations, Katie Pounders of Undergraduate Programs, Jennifer Quinton of Executive Education and Susan Yell formerly of the Department of Economics.
The winner of the award receives a certificate of appreciation and a cash prize. Winners are chosen by Walton College Dean Matt Waller, the associate deans, the assistant deans for undergraduate and graduate programs and the Walton College Staff Council.
David Speer, director of communications
Sam M. Walton College of Business
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