Modderman Selected as Walton College Employee of the First Quarter

(l-r) Vinnie Modderman is congratulated by Interim Dean Brent Williams. Modderman is the employee of the first quarter for Walton College.
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(l-r) Vinnie Modderman is congratulated by Interim Dean Brent Williams. Modderman is the employee of the first quarter for Walton College.

Vinnie Modderman, computer support specialist in the Technology Center, has been named employee of the first quarter by the Sam M. Walton College of Business for the 2023-24 academic year. 

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.

Along with Modderman, Madalyn Donahue, administrative and program specialist for Executive Education; Olga Murcia, associate M.B.A. director for M.B.A. Programs; Nicole Pool, administrative support supervisor for the Department of Economics; Staci Sandquist, director of accounting for the Accounting Center; Lindsey Steiger-Muck, senior director for Walton Career Connections; and Hasnaini Wood, administrative support supervisor for the Department of Information Systems, were nominated for their outstanding service to the college.

As the winner, Modderman receives a certificate of appreciation and a cash prize. Winners are chosen by Walton College's interim Dean Brent Williams, associate deans and the Walton College Events Committee.

Contacts

Lori McLemore, assistant director of PR and media relations
Sam M. Walton College of Business
479-575-5021, mclemore@uark.edu

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