BGSU honors its top student employees, on and off campus PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 16 April 2011 07:28
Casey Morley of Dayton, who was honored as the Outstanding Student Employee Working Off Campus, applauds as other winners are announced at Thursday's reception. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Student Employment Services has formally recognized the contributions of Bowling Green State University students who work.
The awards reception was held Thursday, and nominations were accepted in four categories.
All nominees were introduced at the Student Employee Appreciation & Scholarship Reception and received certificates of recognition. Student winners from the first three categories received a $500 scholarship and an engraved plaque. The team selected as the Outstanding Student Employee Team (working on campus) shared a $500 scholarship and the department will receive an engraved plaque to display for one year.
Recipients, and the categories in which they were nominated, included:
¥    Outstanding Student Employee Working On Campus: Kendall Carter, event planning major and student support office assistant with the Sidney A. Ribeau Presidents Leadership Academy.
¥    Outstanding Student Employee Working Off Campus: Casey Morley, early childhood major and summer recreation leader with Centerville-Washington Park District.
¥    Outstanding Co-op or Intern: Sandra Lehsten, a visual communication technology major and visual communication technology intern in the BGSU Office of Service Learning.
¥    Outstanding Student Employee Team Working on Campus: John Holtz, Jeremy Adams, Susan Sontag, Yrineo Longoria, Alan Yoder, Mark Marquis and Caleigh Craft, all architecture/environmental design majors. They were nominated by the Capital Planning/Design & Construction Department.
Scholarships were awarded based on the following criteria:
¥    Work that goes beyond the employee's job responsibilities and exceeds established performance standards.
¥    Informal and formal leadership by exhibiting work behaviors that support BGSU's core values (Respect for one another, Collaboration, Intellectual and personal growth, Creativity and innovations, and Pursuit of excellence).
¥    Exceptional service to the organization or community.

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