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Student workers honored for outstanding service

April 6, 2011

Jessica Price

Jessica Price ’11 political science with a minor in women’s studies, student assistant in the Office of the Executive Vice President, was awarded the Student Employee of the Year Award at a reception held Tuesday, March 29, in Sandhu Conference Center.

In nominating Price, Elaine Robichaux, executive assistant to Sheryl Bourgeois, executive vice president, wrote: “We have received many compliments from callers and prominent visitors regarding her approach, professionalism, and positive attitude. She displays initiative when given tasks to perform by asking the necessary questions to help her figure out the best way to complete a project.”

Also nominated were: Teresa Biviano, Brianna Clark, Noelle Hanggie Registrar’s Office for the School of Law; Emily Crain and Amelia Zandi, The Fish Interfaith Center and Wallace All Faiths Chapel; Hayden Dingman, Economic Science Institute; Azriel Dror, College of Educational Studies; Kristin Flowers, Office of the Registrar; Jonathan Formica, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts; Meghan Grace, Student Affairs; Christian Hartnett and Fallon Jappe, School of Law; Noelle Hum and Samuel Knee, Honors Program; Nicholas Longley, Harry and Diane Rinker Law Library; Mary McCulloch, Crean School of Health and Sciences, Schmid College; Ashley Pham, Department of History, Wilkinson College; Alli Rosen, Student and Campus Life; Emily Sopo, Office of Admission; Robert Starr, Information systems and Technology; and Laurie Swain, Communications and Media Relations.

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