Meg Cullen-Brown Magis Award

    Meg Cullen-Brown's family receiving the proclamation regarding the renaming of the Spirit Award to the Meg-Cullen Brown Magis Award.
    March 27, 2019

    This originally appeared in the Staff Senate newsletter, which you can find here.

    The Meg Cullen-Brown Magis Award has been a wonderful way to recognize and honor our coworkers who exhibit our Jesuit ideal of “men and women for and with others.” In May 2018, at the Staff Senate End of the Year Luncheon, it was announced that the former Staff Senate monthly Spirit Award would be renamed the Meg Cullen-Brown Magis Award and the first recipient of this newly-titled award would be selected in June 2018. The University’s Staff Senate encourages all staff to participate in the nomination process and remind friends and colleagues to consider nominating an individual who they feel has positively impacted our University community, and consistently follows our mission and purpose.

    To date, we have awarded 72 staff members with this honor. Congratulations once again to our award winners for June to December 2018:

    June – Tom Salitsky – University Advancement
    July – Diane Gavern – Facilities
    August – Joe Anticoli – Facilities
    September – Gerry Loveless – KSOM Advising
    October – Glen Pace – IT/Client Services
    November – Chasity Whitmore – University Advancement 
    December – Jess Durkin – External Relations

    Read more from the Staff Senate newsletter, here.

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