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Four NIU employees are the recipients of this year’s Outstanding Service Award. The award is given each year to NIU civil service employees, recognizing their outstanding service and significant contributions to the university community. The honorees – Ron Barshinger, Ellen Cabrera, Marj Holliday and Patricia Kee, will be awarded at a ceremony on May 7....
When faculty and staff in NIU’s Industrial Management and Technology program look for hands-on experiences and mentors in the field, they don’t have to look far. The program – which offers a concentration in environmental safety and health – has built a strong, mutually beneficial relationship with departments across campus whose workers regularly encounter the issues...
The NIU administration invites all Operating Staff to the 17th annual StaffFest, scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in the Duke Ellington Ballroom of the Holmes Student Center. Invitations to the 2016 StaffFest were previously announced via email or through campus mail. RSVP your reservation by Friday, July 15, to Karen...
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A new opportunity to assist the operating staff on campus has been created through the cooperation of the Operating Staff Council, the University Council and Executive Vice President and Provost Lisa Freeman. For more than 40 years, NIU has had a Faculty & SPS Personnel Adviser available to assist that population on campus. The Operating...
Four members of NIU’s Operating Staff have been chosen to receive the Outstanding Service Award for 2016. The recipients are Brenda Hart, office administrator, Department of Marketing; Ruperto Herrera, application programming analyst, Division of Information Technology; Lynne Meyer, office support specialist, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures; and Lise Schlosser, office manager, College of Liberal...
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NIU’s Operating Staff Council will conduct its new member election at the end of April. Employees in status positions who have the permission of their supervisors and the willingness to serve approximately five hours each month for meetings and subcommittee participation are encouraged to run. The required form is available online. Return the completed form...
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Recipients of the Operating Staff Dependent Endowed Scholarship, available to children of civil service staff members, now will receive more money for their studies. This scholarship is made possible through fundraising activities of NIU civil service employees. Eligibility Children of NIU operating staff employees or operating staff retirees. The employee or retiree must have worked...
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The second article in Operating Staff Council’s “A Huskie You Should Know” series spotlights Merci and Tom Sawyer, building services workers in Altgeld Hall. Want to nominate a worthy operating staff member? Email [email protected]
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“A Huskie You Should Know: Spotlight on Operating Staff” is a new column featuring NIU civil service employees. The Operating Staff Council invites faculty, staff and students to email [email protected] to explain who they would like to nominate and why. Members of the council will interview nominees and write the articles that will appear on...
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The Outstanding Service Award is presented each year to up to four NIU Civil Service employees. The objective of this award program is to recognize individual Civil Service employees who have demonstrated outstanding service and have made significant contributions to the university community. A $1,500 taxable award and a plaque will be presented to each...
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NIU will hold an election Thursday, Nov. 12, to determine who will represent the university’s Operating Staff employees on the State Universities Civil Service Advisory Committee (also known as the Employee Advisory Committee). Balloting will be conducted at Human Resource Services and at the Holmes Student Center (in the hallway outside the Blackhawk). The term...
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The Operating Staff Council’s Workplace Issues Committee is sponsoring a brown-bag series titled “Steer Your Career.” All sessions will be over the noon hour in the Blackhawk Annex of the Holmes Student Center. Wednesday, May 13: “Résumé Today, Job Tomorrow” will will show you how to “refresh” your résumé. Gail Jacky of the University Writing...
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