2022 Staff Awards of Excellence Recipients
The 2022 recipients of the Awards of Excellence for engineering staff, shown below, were recognized at the annual Staff Awards Banquet on December 9, 2022.
Business Office Excellence Award for Professional and Management Staff
For her outstanding commitment to supporting Chemical Engineering and customers.
Business Office Staff Excellence Award for Support Staff
For her calm attitude, flexibility, communication skills, and continual pursuit to build her capabilities in interaction and interactive skills.
Customer Service Award for Professional and Management Staff
For his contagiously positive attitude, genuine desire to help others succeed, and creativity to deliver the best results as a Communication Specialist in Mechanical Engineering.
Customer Service Award for Support Staff
For promoting an environment in which everyone's strengths, expertise, and knowledge are appreciated, while providing support, gratitude, and professionalism.
Leah H. Jamieson Leadership Award
For encouraging and motivating others by example and his contributions with lasting impact within Electrical & Computer Engineering & the College.
New Employee Excellence Award
For his initiative on the job, strong to desire to improve, exemplary attitude and his professional and effective engagement across a wide range of individuals.
Outstanding Academic Advisor Excellence Award
For her exceptional interpersonal skills in all facets and her passion for assisting students and student success.
Outstanding Research Staff Excellence Award
For his revitalization of propulsion activities and outstanding leadership approach to the development of exceptional experimental facilities.
Professional Achievement Excellence Award
For his hands-on approach to his position within the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, frequent help, and his direct and truthful nature.
Team Award: The Hammer Project Team, School of Mechanical Engineering
L – R: Kyle Wang, John Wheeler, Song Zhang, Mike Logan, Martin Jun, NOT PICTURED: Morgan Murphy
- Kyle Wang, Undergraduate Student, School of Mechanical Engineering
- John Wheeler, Machinist, School of Mechanical Engineering
- Song Zhang, Assistant Head for Experiential Learning & Professor of Mechanical Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering
- Mike Logan, Managing Director of Technical Services, School of Mechanical Engineering
- Martin Byung-Guk Jun, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering
- NOT PICTURED: Morgan Murphy, Senior Lecturer, School of Mechanical Engineering
For their efforts in the development and delivery of a new way to teach skills leveraging different styles at scale, which helped to improve the curriculum and created campus wide excitement.