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East Georgia State College Statesboro Employees Recognized at Appreciation Luncheon

East Georgia State College Statesboro Employees Recognized at Appreciation Luncheon

East Georgia State College Statesboro Employees Recognized at Appreciation Luncheon

 

As part of East Georgia State College’s customer service initiative, an employee recognition luncheon was held for the faculty and staff at the EGSC Statesboro Center. The special faculty/staff gathering was held to express sincere appreciation for outstanding service and dedication to the college and students. The faculty and staff’s contributions have led to a culture of excellence and have assisted EGSC in maintaining its outstanding reputation as a premier access institution in the University System of Georgia.

Faculty and staff enjoyed a delicious luncheon and fellowship prior to the program. Employees were recognized for service milestones. Outstanding faculty and staff were also honored at the annual event.

President Bob Boehmer welcomed the faculty and staff and emphasized what each individual means to the college. Human Resources Coordinator, Josey Cameron, emceed the event, while President Boehmer congratulated each recipient.

The service recognition program honored full-time faculty and staff for service milestones falling within the current fiscal year beginning at the employee’s five year anniversary at EGSC and continuing at five-year intervals.

Celebrating five years of service were David Altamirano, sociology and  Daniel Mancill, assistant professor of political science. The ten year milestone award was presented to Robert March, assistant professor of mathematics.

Zoey Marsh, receptionist, and Judson Arledge, public safety, were recognized as STAR staff members for exemplary service teamwork, attitude, and reliability (STAR).
Distinguished Faculty Awards were presented to Dr. Reid Derr, associate professor of history (Social Sciences Division), Antre Homer, instructor of mathematics (Mathematics/Science Division) and Ken Homer, assistant professor of English and reading (Humanities Division).

EGSC Statesboro Director, Caroline McMillan, thanked everyone for their outstanding service to the students and the center.

Service Recognition Programs have also been held at the home campus in Swainsboro and at EGSC Augusta.

 Photo (left to right) in front, Zoey Marsh and in back, Dr. Reid Derr, Judson Arledge, Antre Drummer, Ken Homer, David Altamirano, Daniel Mancill, and Robert Marsh.


 

Originally Posted: May 22, 2014 by Jerry Hooks
Last Edited: May 22, 2014 by Jerry Hooks