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Keuka College Employees Honored at Community Day

President Díaz-Herrera presented five-year service awards to Katie Marcella (second from left), Wendy Gaylord, and Penny Webber.

Seventeen faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Jan. 28.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Wendy Gaylord, dean for China programs; Penny Webber, office manager for Academic Success at Keuka (ASK); Katie Marcella, head women’s basketball coach; Vicki O’Connor, assistant professor of social work; and Dennis Hoins, general manager of facilities.

President Díaz-Herrera presented a 10-year service award to Pam Jennings.

Ten-year service awards were presented to: Linda Park, librarian and director of Lightner Library; Pam Jennings, academic skills counselor for ASK; and Jan Enos, coordinator of international student services.

A 20-year service award was presented to Jackie Robinson, secretary of the Division of Basic and Applied Social Sciences.

President Jorge Díaz-Herrera and merit award recipients Tim Sellers (second from left), John Boccacino, and Andy Hogan.

Merit awards were presented to John Boccacino, sports information director; Eva Robbins, director of student activities; Tim Sellers, associate vice president for academic programs; Deb Gates, associate professor of nursing and chair, Division of Nursing; Carol Grover, controller; and Andy Hogan, manager of information and classroom technology.

President Díaz-Herrera and Jason Paige.

President Díaz-Herrera and Anne Killen.

Presidential Awards for Sustained Outstanding Achievement were presented to Anne Killen, associate vice president of Center for Professional Studies; and Jason Paige, head men’s lacrosse coach.

Community Day Celebrates Years of Service, Dedication to Keuka

Fourteen faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Aug. 20.

Lisa Marciniak, President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera, and Michael Keck.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Brie Deacon, admissions communications manager, marketing, and web; Judy Jones, library acquisitions clerk; Michael Keck, professor of chemistry and chair of the Division of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Physical Education; Marlaine “Sparki” Mangles, associate professor of wellness; and Lisa Marciniak, assistant director of international enrollment in the Center for Global Education.

Jim Blackburn, Carol Grover, President Díaz-Herrera, and Stephanie Craig.

Ten-year service awards were presented to: Jim Blackburn, vice president for student development; Carol Grover, controller; and Stephanie Craig, chair, Division of Social Work, and associate professor of social work.

President Díaz-Herrera and Jen Bates.

 

 

 

A 20-year service award was presented to Jennifer Bates, director of financial aid.

A 45-year service award was presented to Sander Diamond, professor of history.

Merit awards were presented to Dale Mosher, sergeant, Office of Campus Safety; Tom Jackson, marketing and administrative manager for traditional admissions; Dawn Chambry, assistant director of development; Michele “Mikki” Sheldon, administrative assistant for the Division of Academic Affairs; and Doreen Hovey, executive assistant to vice president for academic affairs.

President Díaz-Herrera and Joan Magnusen.

President Díaz-Herrera and Janice Folts.

Presidential Awards for Sustained Outstanding Achievement were presented to Joan Magnusen, professor of biology, and Janice Folts, business office coordinator.

Keuka College Employees Honored at Community Day

Keuka College President Jorge Díaz-Herrera (r) presents 10-year service awards to Jerry Hiller, Sandy Miller, BJ Jayne, and Andy Biegel.

Twenty-seven faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Jan. 29.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Laura Alfieris, assistant director of admissions, Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP); Matthew Lafler, grounds; Sue Morse, housekeeping; Sandra Teague, administrative assistant for the Division of Occupational Therapy; Carolyn Teter, assistant professor of occupational therapy; and Patricia White, assistant director of admissions, ASAP.

Ten-year service awards were presented to: Andrew Beigel, professor of graduate education; Jerry Hiller, vice president for finance and administration; Billy Jo Jayne, director of development; and Sandra Miller, instructional resource coordinator in the Wertman Office of Distance Learning, ASAP.

Fifteen-year service awards were presented to: Monica Maddox, transfer student admissions counselor; and Patricia Strong, student accounts representative.

A 20-year service award was presented to: Phyllis Bailey, housekeeping.

President Jorge-Díaz-Herrera presents merit awards to members of IT Services.

Merit awards were presented to Eric Detar, chaplain; Jen Mealey, assistant professor of social work; and Kim Morgan, director of admissions, ASAP, as well as members of the Office of Information Technology Services staff: Andy Hogan, manager of information systems and classroom technology; Ed Wallace, manager of information systems; Vickie Tobias, database administrator; Brad Turner, technical support technician; Casey Kendall, senior systems administrator; Rick Edelmann, senior technical support technician; Judy Gilmartin, administrative programmer; Diana Wetmore, administrative assistant; Justin Krog, program developer; Josh Middleton, senior technical support technician; and Josh Ficks, project manager/business analyst.

President Díaz-Herrera presents a Presidental Award for Sustained Outstanding Service to Lisa Starkey-Wood.

A Presidential Award for Sustained Outstanding Achievement was presented to Lisa Starkey-Wood, assistant director of admissions.

Employees Honored at Community Day

Forty-nine faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Aug. 20.

Keuka College President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera, second from right, poses with five-year service award recipients.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Eva Moberg-Sarver, director of student activities/associate director of New Student Orientation; Doreen Hovey, executive assistant to the vice president for academic affairs; Jonathan Accardi, director of campus recreation; Christopher Leahy, associate professor of history; Andrew Robak, assistant professor of chemistry; Patricia Mattingly, assistant professor of nursing; Jennifer Mealy, assistant professor of social work; Kimberly Fenton, interlibrary loan librarian; Joshua Ficks, manager of TeamWorks!; Judy Gilmartin, administrative programmer; John Locke, director of instructional design and multidisciplinary studies; Kathleen Snow, academic skills counselor; Marjorie Multer, administrative assistant, admissions; Julie Burns-Percy, assistant professor of social work, Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP); Jessica Noveck, student services representative; Chevanne DeVaney, director of multicultural affairs; Teri Spoor, IKON site manager; Craig Gelder, manager, Follett Bookstore; Terry Reape, dining services; Korey Goodman, dining services; Steven Riekofski, maintenance; and Sue Morse, housekeeping.

Keuka College President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera, second from right, poses with 10-year service award recipients.

Ten-year service awards were presented to Tim Sellers, associate vice president for academic affairs; Vicki Smith, chair and professor of occupational therapy; Tom Tremer, chair and professor of criminology/criminal justice; Anna Decker, secretary, education graduate studies and administrative assistant, Lightner Library; Sharon Tyler, associate professor and librarian; and Susan DeLyser, human resource manager.

Fifteen-year service awards were presented to Jean Wannall, professor of occupational therapy; Anne Weed, vice president of academic affairs; Brad Turner, technical support technician; Kathy Waye, executive director of alumni and family relations; and Kasey Klingensmith, professor of biology.

A 20-year service award was presented to Jeff Bray, assistant director of athletics and head athletic trainer.

Twenty-five year service awards were presented to Doug Richards, chair and professor of English; and Sherry Fox, accounts payable.

College President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera and Professor of Biology Joan Magnusen.

Tom Carroll, professor of chemistry and physics (left) with College President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera.

Thirty-year service awards were presented to Tom Carroll, professor of chemistry and physics; and Joan Magnusen, professor of biology.

Merit awards were presented to: Laura Alfieris, assistant director of admissions; Carroll; Rachel E. Dewey, communications specialist; Kathleen Hastings, assistant director of admissions counseling; Jennie Joiner, assistant professor of English; Kelly Lickert, head coach, women’s lacrosse; Eugene Mont, resident director, Ball Hall and retention counselor; Tim White, resident director, Blyley and Harrington Halls and retention counselor; and Penny Webber, office manager for Academic Success at Keuka (ASK).

College President Díaz-Herrera (center) with Tracy McFarland (left) and Christen Accardi.

Two Presidential Awards for Sustained Outstanding Achievement were presented to Christen Accardi, marketing manager, ASAP; and Tracy McFarland, associate vice president for student development.

Keuka College Employees Honored at Community Day

Keuka College President Jorge Díaz-Herrera, center, presents 10-year service awards to Alan Jensen, Sue Losey, Barbara Loucks, and Tracy McFarland.

Twenty-two faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Jan. 31.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Melodye Campbell, librarian for Accelerates Studies for Adults Program (ASAP) services and assistant professor; Rory Cramer, bookstore sales associate; Cindy Heselton, office manager, facilities; Patrick Reape, director of housing and residence life; Paulette Willemsen, secretary for the Division of Education; and Cheryl White, administrative assistant, facilities.

Ten-year service awards were presented to Alan Jensen, facilities; Sue Losey, office manager, athletics; Barbara Loucks, student accounts representative; and Tracy McFarland, associate vice president for student development.

A 15-year service award was presented to Jennifer Robinson, assistant director of Academic Success at Keuka (ASK).

A 20-year service award was presented to Terry Fingar, office manager, Office of Alumni and Family Relations.

A 25-year service award was presented to Lori Haines, executive assistant, Office of the President.

A 30-year service award was presented to Carol Sackett, library circulation supervisor.

A 40-year service award was presented to John Pizack, professor of political science.

President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera presents Sue Delyser with a Presidential Award for Sustained Outstanding Achievement.

Merit awards were presented to: Linda Nelson, director of counseling services; Brie Deacon, social media manager; Melissa Newcomb, assistant professor of art; Sally Daggett, director of student employment and associate director, Center for Experiential Learning; McFarland, and Lisa Starkey, assistant director of admissions and administrative services.

A Presidential Award for Sustained Outstanding Achievement was presented to Sue DeLyser, human resources manager.

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Fabulous Forty

Forty faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Aug. 22.

Five-year employees.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Lois Austen, program coordinator of multidisciplinary studies, Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP); Julia Bies, assistant registrar; Pete Bekisz, webmaster; Janine Bower, assistant professor of criminology, criminal justice, and sociology; Debra Dyer, assistant professor of education; Joanne Jacobs, secretary, Center for Experiential Learning; Sharon Staehle, assistant professor of American Sign Language; and Stan Wilczek, assistant professor of organizational management, ASAP.

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Ten-year service awards were presented to Catherine Abbott, professor of mathematics; Mary Ellen Griffiths, director of student accounts; Anne Marie Guthrie, dean of the Center for Experiential Learning; Anne Killen, director of administrative services, ASAP; Mark Palmieri, director of institutional research; Karen Mann, director of conference services; and Dorothy Wilkins, professor of American Sign Language.

Fifteen-year service awards were presented to Hilda Mannato, librarian; and Pat Pulver, professor of education.

Twenty-year employees.

Twenty-year service awards were presented to Anita Chirco, professor of communication studies; Marie Markham, maintenance and housekeeping; David Romm, associate professor of management; and Mark Wenderlich, associate professor of theater.

A 25-year service award was presented to Linda Fleischman, registrar.

College President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera (left) presents Professor of Psychology Mike Rogoff with a Presidential Award for Sustained Outstanding Achievement.

A 40-year service award was presented to Michael Rogoff, professor of psychology.

Merit awards were presented to: Chirco; Frank Coleprete, visiting associate professor of criminal justice; Sara DeFilipps, assistant manager of human resources; Margeaux DePrez, resident director; Chevy DeVaney, director of multicultural affairs; Kim Fenton, interlibrary loan/reference administrative assistant; Anita Gaston, registered nurse; BJ Jayne, director of development; and Marge Multer, admissions administrative assistant.

Merit awards were also presented to members of the College’s information technology services (ITS) department including: Rick Edlemann, senior technology support technician; Judy Gilmartin, administrative programmer analyst assistant; Andy Hogan, manager of information and classroom technology support; Casey Kendall, senior systems administrator; Ed Wallace, manager of information systems; Chris Pilarski, technology support technician; Diana Rockwell-Wetmore, administrative assistant; and Vicki Tobias, database administrator, ITS.

Presidential Awards for Sustained Outstanding Achievement were presented to Rogoff and Lisa Marciniak, assistant director of international admissions.

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Community Day Honors

Thirty-nine faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Aug. 24.

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Five-year service awards were presented to: Carmella Battaglia, professor of occupational therapy; Beverly Blad, checker, Terrace Café; Seth Fikes, sports information coordinator; Kristen Harter, assistant director of admissions counseling; Kay Sage, assistant manager, bookstore; Sally Ann Swartley, coordinator for Field Period and internships, Center for Experiential Learning; Barbara Utter, checker, Geiser Refectory; and Jean Watts, housekeeping staff member.

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A Dynamic Dozen

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President Burke (l) presents awards to Fred Hoyle and Jaime Burke.

Twelve faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Jan. 26.

Five-year service awards were presented to: Jack Farrell, director of admissions, Center for Professional Studies; Janet Lanphear, data entry coordinator; and Brad Miller, administrative program analyst.

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Keuka Employees Honored at Community Day

Nineteen faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka College at Community Day Jan. 29.

Five-year service awards were presented to: David Buchanan, executive chef; Tanya Cornell-Kestler, staff writer/designer; Jerry Hiller, vice president for finance and administration; Andrew Beigel, associate professor of education; Sandra Miller, program support coordinator; and Billy Jo Jayne, assistant director of campaign operations.

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Keuka Employees Honored at Community Day

Twenty-seven faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and dedication to Keuka  College at Community Day Aug. 21.Five-year service awards were presented to: Anna Decker, secretary, education graduate studies; Susan DeLyser, human resources coordinator; Terry Dinehart, acquisitions/technical services clerk; Timothy Knowles, production manager; Vicki Smith, professor of occupational therapy and chair, Division of Occupational Therapy; Jeff Snow, director of educational technology; Rodney Stanton, security officer; Tom Tremer, associate professor of criminology/criminal justice and sociology; and Sharon Tyler, librarian.

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