Staff Employees of the Month 2011
When Linda Reid, office associate in Business Programs, was called upon to take on the additional office position in Business upon the death of Mary Berman in June, she maintained her positive attitude and exemplary work, according to Patricia Parker, professor in Accounting. Read more
Billy Williams, security system coordinator in Public Safety, is always ready to answer emergency calls—even when those calls come in the middle of the night! And fire, weather and security alerts rarely come at convenient times. Read more
Sabrina Ayers Holmes
Sabrina Ayers Holmes was a recent graduate of Ohio Dominican University when she was called upon to help with Columbus State’s own graduation ceremony. By bringing the spirit of celebration back to the drudgery of handing out caps, gowns and tassels to each student, Ayers Holmes was able to have a little fun with a job that was certainly not in any description of her position. Read more
Joel Mathias likes things to run faster. As a systems administrator in Information Technology, he is able to write code that will speed up many processes for his clients on campus. His talents earned him the Staff Employee of the Month award for February 2011.
“I wrote a query that was taking hours to run,” said SEOM nominator Jaimie Allen, Fiscal and Compliance Services. “He noticed it and helped me rewrite the code to make it run in a few seconds!”
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Whether it’s counting credit hours in the curriculum or chocolate chips in her famous cookies, Candice Spangler’s attention to detail adds up to a fabulous result.
For her efforts as program coordinator in Curriculum Management, Spangler was given the Staff Employee of the Month (SEOM) award for January in a ceremony held January 5. See video highlights of the ceremony above.
“Candice has been a godsend,” said nominator Connie Grossman, chair of the Allied Health Professions Department. “She is always willing to answer questions from people like me who are Datatel-challenged. She is positive and supportive, responds quickly to pleas for help, and makes dynamite chocolate chip cookies!” Read the whole story here