Here’s another star to add to your constellation.
Welcome back to the All Stars!
For another year, you demonstrated exemplary engagement with your audience. Once again, you set the standard of excellence. We are thrilled to present you with the All Star Award for 2015!
Every year, the bar to All Star status gets higher and higher. Only 10% of Constant Contact customers receive it. But 53% of All Stars, like yourself, are multiple-year recipients. We’re proud that more and more customers have unlocked the success formula to building better relationships with their audience!
Each spring semester, the Business Student Council recognizes graduating seniors who have gone above and beyond during their time in the College of Business.These Outstanding Seniors are recognized at the annual College of Business Honors and Awards Banquet. One Outstanding Senior is designated the Most Outstanding Senior.
Joan Metcalf Cope worked at the University of Nevada, Reno from the 70’s until her retirement in the early ’90’s. She worked in the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s office, the Math Department, the President’s office and the Dean of Students office. She was an avid promoter of the University and was a Wolf Pack fan. A Classified Employee Award has been established in her honor for staff pursuing higher education.
PUBLISHED IN THE MARCH 2014 COOPERATIVE EXTENSION COMMUNIQUE
Cooperative Extension would like to congratulate Northern Area Finance Manager Melody J. Richards for being named the University of Nevada, Reno Classified Employee of the Month for February 2014 by the Staff Employees Council. She was recognized for her exemplary work in the face of budget cuts, reorganization, layoffs and the loss of a building lease.
“Cheerfully and without complaint, she found us a new facility we could afford and maximized our meager budget in a fight to reduce layoffs,” wrote Washoe County Administrative Assistant Ashley Andrews in Richards’ nomination. “Simultaneously, the restructuring of the college increased her responsibilities as Finance, Facilities and Human Resources Manager from three Nevada counties to seven. I do not know how she does it, but I appreciate her and all she does; the College of Cooperative Extension would not be the same without her.”