Employee Recongition

Years of Service

January 25, 2023 |

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Congratulations to the faculty and staff recognized at the Employee Recognition Celebration event on Janurary 20, 2023.

 

45 years 

  • Theresa Dickey, World Languages & Cultures 

40 years

  • Sharon Evans, College of Humanities & Social Sciences 

35 Years

  • Daniel Houlilhan, Psychology
  • David McCarl, Theatre and Dance

30 years

  • Daniel Cronn-Mills, Communication Studies
  • Charles Lewis, Mass Media
  • Cynthia Miller, Geography
  • Enrique Torner, World Languages & Cultures
  • Gwen Westerman Wasicuna, English 

25 Years

  • Gerard Aloisio, Music
  • Connie Derner, Art
  • Donald Friend, Geography
  • Dale Haefner, Music
  • Barry Ries, Psychology 

20 Years

  • Afroza Anwary, Sociology
  • Kathleen Blue, Anthropology
  • James Dimock, Communication Studies
  • David Engen, Communication Studies
  • Curt Germundson, Art
  • Craig Matarrese, Philsophy
  • Tao Peng, History
  • Lisa Perez, Psychology
  • Luis Posas, Aging Studies
  • Amy Poisum Foley, Music
  • Susan Schlage, Anthropology
  • Todd Shanafelt, Art
  • Douglas Snapp, Music
  • Kristen Treinen, Communication Studies
  • Gina Wenger, Art 

15 years

  • Evan Bibbee, World languages & Cultures
  • Emily Boyd, Sociology
  • Heather Camp, English
  • Brandon Cooke, Philosophy
  • Kristen Cvancara, Communication Studies
  • Alisha Eimen, Art
  • George Grubb, Theatre and Dance
  • Heather Hamilton, Theatre and Dance
  • Vicki Hunter, Sociology
  • Diana Joseph, English
  • Nadja Kramer, World Languages & Cultures
  • Lori Lahlum, History
  • Karen Lybeck, English
  • Elizabeth Miller, Art
  • Agnes Odinga-Oluoch, History
  • John Paul, Theatre and Dance
  • Paul Prew, Sociology
  • Joseph Rodgers, Music
  • Emily Stark, Psychology
  • Matthew Willemsen, Art
  • Sun Yu, Philosophy
  • Fei Yuan, Geography 

10 years 

  • Sarah Allen, Communication Studies
  • Christopher Brown, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Sandra Bunde, Gender & Sexuality Programs
  • Adriana Gordillo, World Languages & Cultures
  • Rachael Hanel, English
  • Laura Harrison, Gender & Women’s Studies
  • Geoffrey Herbach, English
  • Melissa Iverson, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Woo Suk Jang, Geography
  • Renesa Jessup, World Languages & Cultures
  • Rama Mohapatra, Geography
  • Patricia Nelson, Criminal Justice
  • Deepa Oommen, Communication Studies
  • Joshua Preiss, Philosophy
  • Colin Scharf, English
  • Katrina Schwartz, Geography
  • Sachi Sekimoto, Communication Studies
  • Eric Sprakle, Psychology
  • Creta Welborn, Psychology 

5 Years 

  • Angelica Aguire, Psychology
  • Scott Anderson, Theatre and Dance
  • Katie Brunner, Communication Studies
  • Thorvald Dahle, Criminal Justice
  • David Gadberry, Music
  • Jameel Haque, History
  • Paolo Infante, English
  • Akm Islam, Sociology
  • Laure Jacobi-Smigelski, Communication Studies
  • Anne Kerber, Communication Studies
  • Carl Lafata, Criminal Justice
  • Christopher McMormick, English
  • Chad McMutchen, History
  • Jessica McLaughlin, Criminal Justice
  • Heather McIntosh, Mass media
  • Angie Navejas, Gender & Women’s Studies 
  • Michael Olson, Music
  • Kristi Rendahl, Sociology
  • Areca Roe, Art
  • Justin Rudnick, Communication Studies
  • Steven Rybin, English
  • Emily Sauter, Communication Studies
  • Elizabeth Steinborn-Gourley, Women’s Center
  • Adam Steiner, Psychology 
  • Jennifer Tiernan, Mass Media
  • Amy Toscani, Art
  • Tyler Vaughan, Criminal Justice
  • Kyle Ward, History    
  • Rebekkah Williams, Philosophy 

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