Last Chance to Nominate a Colleague for the Kent State President's Excellence Award is Nov. 6
The Kent State University President's Excellence Award recognizes staff members who demonstrate exceptional commitment and performance in advancing the strategic goals of the university.
The search is on for excellence, and you have until Nov. 6 to submit your nomination for the annual President's Excellence Award. This program was established in 2009 as a way to recognize staff members who demonstrate exceptional commitment and performance in advancing the strategic goals of the university. To view the university’s Strategic Vision, Core Values and Priorities, check out the Strategic Visioning Web page.
The President's Excellence Award recognizes exceptional performance during the previous fiscal year (July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015). Full-time classified and unclassified employees at all campuses who have been employed by the university for a minimum of one year and are in good standing are eligible to be nominated. Past recipients are not eligible for a minimum of two years following their award. Faculty members are not eligible.
Past recipients have come from diverse areas within the university and include employees in varied positions, such as program manager, administrative support staff, maintenance repair worker, residence hall worker, director, coordinator, electronic technician supervisor, police officer and a head coach from Intercollegiate Athletics. You can view a complete list of past recipients on the President’s Excellence Award website.
The nomination form, along with detailed information on the award criteria and the nomination process, is available on the President’s Excellence Award website.
If you have questions regarding the award or nomination process, please contact Geraldine Hayes-Nelson, Ph.D., executive director for HR Outreach and Initiatives, at 330-672-2901 or email@example.com.