Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Clerical-Technical Recognition Award through Mon., June 30, 2020.
This annual award is given to a Michigan State University clerical-technical support staff member by the Thomas and Concettina Gliozzo Endowment Fund. Charles Gliozzo is director emeritus of MSU’s Study Abroad program. Thomas and Concettina Gliozzo were immigrants who became U.S. citizens and valued the importance of education throughout their lives.
The award recognizes outstanding MSU clerical-technical employees who have been nominated by their peers. Individuals may be nominated by any member of the MSU community. Selection criteria includes respect and concern for all members of the campus community, diligence in daily work, significant contributions to the community or public service and innovative thinking.
The recipient of this award is selected from nominations received by the CT Recognition Award Selection Committee. The winner will be profiled in HR Source monthly newsletter and will receive a monetary award of $1,000 from the endowment fund in recognition of their outstanding service.
Collect a minimum of two support letters (maximum of five) by MSU colleagues.
Please note: nominees must be part of the CT Union.
You may include additional information if it supports the applicant’s nomination.
Nominations are due by 5:00 p.m., Mon., June 30, 2020. Email the PDF nomination form with a minimum of two support letters to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: CT Recognition Award Selection Committee.
Do you know an MSU employee pursuing a post-baccalaureate degree while continuing to go above and beyond in their work and studies? MSU is currently seeking nominations for the Ruth Jameyson “Above and Beyond” Award through Friday, January 17, 2020.
This annual award recognizes a support staff member who most
closely exemplifies the contributions, personal characteristics, and commitment
to MSU demonstrated by Ms. Jameyson. In recognition of Ms. Jameyson’s own
pursuit of a graduate degree while working at MSU, nominees must be pursuing a
graduate degree at MSU or elsewhere concurrent with their employment at MSU.
The recipient will be honored at the Distinguished Staff Award Reception in
Learn more about the 2019 Ruth Jameyson Award winner, Shelby Gomboski:
Individuals may be nominated by any member of the university
community (colleague, administrator, faculty, support staff, student). A
nominee must be a regular, active employee with at least five years of service
to MSU in a support staff position.
Learn more about the nomination process, and find the nomination form on the MSU HR website. The deadline for nominations is Friday, January 17, 2020.
Do you work alongside someone who exemplifies overall excellence
in their job and contributions to the MSU community? Give them the recognition
they deserve by nominating them for the Jack Breslin Distinguished Staff Award!
This annual award is presented to six university support staff members selected
by the Jack Breslin Distinguished Staff Award Selection Committee.
For over 40 years, 253 recipients have been honored and YOU
now have the opportunity to nominate someone for one of the most prestigious awards
granted to employees at Michigan State University!
Nomination forms are due on October 17, 2019. Click here to learn more about the award.
Watch the videos below to learn more about the 2019 Jack Breslin Distinguished Staff Award winners: