Nominations For Outstanding Staff Award Sought; Deadline Jan. 20Published: January 17, 2012
Nominations for the 2012 CSULB Outstanding Staff Award are being accepted through Friday, Jan. 20.
To be eligible for the award, individuals must be a staff member of the university, the Forty-Niner Shops, the CSULB Foundation or Associated Students Inc., with a minimum of five years employment on campus. Nominees must have a demonstrated campus-wide service and dedication to CSULB and purposeful use of skills and resources for the betterment of the campus community. They must also have made a significant campus-wide contribution to the support of staff, faculty and/or students, which can include a combination of CSULB campus-wide committee work, volunteering for campus events, service outside of normal job responsibilities, exemplary service on the job, etc. In addition, nominees must be willing to have their names submitted.
Nominations may be submitted by any member of the campus community, including the nominee. No individuals may recommend more than one nominee, past award recipients cannot submit nominations, and the nominator is responsible for collecting items required for the packet, verifying that it is complete prior to submission.
Nomination packets must include a completed nomination form with a statement as to why the nominee should be selected, current résumé that identifies the nature of the individual’s campus-wide experience, and three letters of recommendation from any combination of faculty, staff or students.
A selection committee comprised of past outstanding staff member recipients, the chair of the Staff Council nominating committee, a faculty member and a student will review the materials and select the award recipient. The chosen individual will be honored at several events during the next year.
For further information or to receive a nomination packet, contact Cynthia Riley at 562/985-1791.