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The awards committee of the Supportive Professional Staff Council is requesting nominations to recognize Supportive Professional Staff who go above and beyond. The Certificate of Recognition Program was initiated in 2003 to acknowledge the contributions of SPS who have achieved accomplishments in addition to their regular job duties. Certificates are presented at the annual SPS...
Top: Steve Estes and Dana Gautcher. Bottom: Kathryn Maley and Jeanne Meyer
The Supportive Professional Staff Council is requesting nominations for the Presidential Supportive Professional Staff Award for Excellence. This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the university. All Supportive Professional Staff are eligible. Individuals who were nominated previously but did not win are eligible again. Four awards in the amount of $1,500 will...
Top: Steve Estes and Dana Gautcher. Bottom: Kathryn Maley and Jeanne Meyer
Four members of the Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) have been chosen to receive the university’s Presidential Awards for Excellence. The recipients are Steve Estes, acting director of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Advising Office; Dana Gautcher, director of the Office of Student Academic Success; Kathryn Maley, assistant director of the History and Social...
Mason and Lori Bross
The deadline to apply for the Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) Scholarship Fund is Saturday, Feb. 1. Applications are available online. The SPS Scholarship Fund rewards the talents and achievements of the children and grandchildren of Supportive Professional Staff employees at NIU through financial support. A scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to a full-time, degree-seeking...
Clockwise, from top left: Terry Borg, Rebekah Kohli, Rachel Xidis and Donna Schoenfeld
The Supportive Professional Staff Council is requesting nominations for the Presidential Supportive Professional Staff Award for Excellence. This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the university. All Supportive Professional Staff are eligible. Individuals who were nominated previously but did not win are eligible again. Four awards in the amount of $1,500 will...
Mason and Lori Bross
Mason Bross, an incoming freshman and computer science major, is the first recipient of the new Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) Dependent Scholarship. The son of Lori Bross, who works for the NIU Department of Biological Sciences as the core microscopy facility manager, will receive $1,000 for the 2013-14 academic year. A 2013 graduate of Sycamore...
NIU College of Health and Human Sciences graduates at their May 2012 commencement ceremony.
Applications for the Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) Scholarship Fund are now available. The SPS Scholarship Fund provides scholarship support to children and grandchildren of Supportive Professional Staff employees at NIU. It is intended to provide financial assistance to an SPS dependent while rewarding the talents and achievements of the student. The scholarship has been funded...
Clockwise, from top left: Terry Borg, Rebekah Kohli, Rachel Xidis and Donna Schoenfeld
Four members of the Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) have been chosen to receive the university’s Presidential Awards for Excellence. The recipients are Terry Borg, director of external programs in the College of Education; Rebekah Kohli, instructional technology assistant and program coordinator in the NIU Women’s Studies Program; Donna Schoenfeld, director of Health Enhancement; and Rachel...
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The Supportive Professional Staff (SPS) Council will host a spring tailgate tent Saturday, April 13, beginning at 11:30 a.m. on the west side of Huskie Stadium. Three different home games are slated for that afternoon. Cheer on your favorite, or check out all three. Men’s Baseball – 1 p.m. Women’s Softball – 2 p.m. Football Spring Scrimmage –...
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Students at NIU achieve amazing things, even though some face tremendous financial obstacles. Rising costs of higher education, combined with the jeopardy that the employee dependent tuition waiver is facing, has motivated the Supportive Professional Staff Council to build a scholarship fund for it dependents. The SPS Scholarship Fund will provide scholarship support for children and...
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With NIU President John Peters’ announcement of his intention to step aside June 30, 2013, the Supportive Professional Staff Council is seeking input from SPS employees regarding the upcoming search process. “In preparation for the process to find a replacement I seek your input on what attributes SPS desire in the next president of NIU,”...
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The Supportive Professional Staff Council is requesting nominations for the Presidential Supportive Professional Staff Award for Excellence. This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the university. All Supportive Professional Staff are eligible. Individuals who were nominated previously but did not win are eligible again. Four awards in the amount of $1,500 will...
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