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    December Meg Cullen-Brown Magis Award

    December 2, 2020

    The Staff Senate would like to thank all staff members who took the time to recognize and share their colleague’s accomplishments, sense of community, and dedication to excellence. The Meg Cullen Brown Magis Award would not exist without our caring community! 

    THE MEG CULLEN-BROWN MAGIS AWARD WINNER for DECEMBER 2020 is:  Kim Hurst - Payroll!

    We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and celebrate the good work that Kim does on a daily basis. We hope you will join us in personally congratulating Kim, and all our nominees.

    How long have you worked at the University?

    I have worked at the University of Scranton since June 2011. 

    What do you like best about your job? 

    What I like best about my job is being able to meet so many Faculty, Staff and Students. I am proud to be part of the University Community.

    What do you like to do for fun?

    For fun, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and exploring new places.  I love to travel with my husband and hopefully, we can plan a trip soon. 

    Kim will receive a certificate for $50 worth of complimentary food at our fabulous University food service outlets, as well as, a reserved parking space in the DeNaples Parking Pavillon for the month of December. Each monthly winner is also invited to the Senate Recognition luncheon in May to receive a certificate of appreciation. We congratulate our winner and all the other nominees for being recognized as “Magis” employees.

    December 2020 Nominees:

    Patricia Savitts - Library

    Alyssa Sumski - Mailing Services

    Debra Price  - Mailing Services

    Michele Posocco  - Mailing Services

    Synthia Guthrie Kretsch  - Mailing Services

    Tom Miller  - Mailing Services

    Kristi Klien - Career Development

    Kim Hurst - Payroll

    Tara Blaine - Graduate Admissions

     Courtney Burke - Financial Aid

    Don McCall - Technology Support

    Alex Krist - Information Technology 


    *Joseph Wetherell was posthumously nominated in recognition of his many years of dedicated service to both our country and the University. * What a wonderful tribute and perfect example of the fundamental principle of our Staff Senate Magis Award.

     http://www.scranton.edu/staff-senate/docs/SpiritAward/staffsenatemagisawardnominationform.pdf      

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