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Rebekka Ayres – Holmes Student Center (8/20/2019) - As a member of the Operating Staff Council, Rebekka generously gave of her time, gifts and resources to coordinate the Card Creation station at the recent Civil Service Celebration. Rebekka designed beautiful cards, donated and coordinated the supplies to make them, and
Anthony Sperando – NIU Athletics (8/20/2019) - I need to give Anthony Sperando a thank you for being a team player and always bringing in a smile and positive attitude with him to the office. Teamwork makes the dream work.
Rebekka Ayres – Holmes Student Center (8/14/2019) - I wanted to take the time to thank the hard work and efforts of Rebekka Ayres, special events coordinator, in the Holmes Student Center. Rebekka planned and organized a large part of the 2019 Annual Civil Service luncheon which was held at
Ed Klonoski – Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost (8/8/2019) - Ed cares so much about student success. He is a great member of the Vice Provost team. He’s straight and to the point to be effective in designing interventions that actually helps students. His contribution to student success is inspirational.
Omar Ghrayeb – Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost (8/8/2019) - Since Omar took over his new role I’ve seen so much positive change at NIU. He is very dedicated to student success. I hope that he achieves his vision for supporting undergrads.
Linda Yates – Department of Biological Sciences (7/29/2019) - Linda Yates is a star in the Department of Biological Sciences! Although she recently joined the department as laboratory manager in November 2018, Linda has been a Huskie at heart for quite some time and her passion for NIU, scientific inquiry and
Building Service Workers (7/29/2019) - I want to thank the Building Services workers for their hard work keeping the campus, the buildings and offices clean. Anytime I need anything they are more than happy to do it. I know they often go under-appreciated. Thank you for all
Cindy Barnes – Sponsored Programs Administration (7/22/2019) - We had an urgent financial issue that arose because students being paid stipends off of an external grant worked across the boundary between fiscal years. Some minor miscommunication and policy blips put the students’ stipends at risk and threatened the success of
Tom Kazmierczak – Center for Governmental Studies (7/19/2019) - Tom has skills that he works hard to expand in programming and creating maps for a wide range of NIU, state and federal projects. He always takes on work with a smile and is easy to work with considering the tight deadlines
Mark Matuszewski – Counseling and Consultation Services (7/19/2019) - Workplace transitions can be challenging; especially, as you enter a new system, and learn to be a part of a team. During these moments, support from peers and colleagues can help ease smooth the process. I recently joined CCS, and as a


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