Congratulations Employees of the 1st Quarter
The Staff Senate is pleased to announce the University of Arkansas Employees of the 1st Quarter Awards for 2019-20.
Winners for the 1st quarter are:
Category I – Professional/Non-Faculty - Academic
- Trisha Blau, assistant director for programming, Office of Student Activities
Category I – Professional/Non-Faculty - Administrative
- Mark Larmoyeux, director of technology for the Graduate School and International Education
Category II – Secretarial/Clerical
- Amanda Sanders, administrative specialist, Department of Physics
Category III – Technical/Paraprofessional
- Julie Brogan, applications specialist, Cell and Molecular Biology Program, and Graduate and International Recruiting and Admissions
Category IV – Skilled/Service/Maintenance
- Gabriel Grider, CUGB coordinator, Facilities Management
Congratulations to all these employees for their hard work and service!
Each award winner will receive a certificate and a monetary award for their selection. Employee of the Quarter recipients will also be submitted as candidates for the Employee of the Year. For more information about the Employee of the Quarter program, please visit the Staff Senate website.
Travis Hefley, chair, EOY/EOQ Committee
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