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.
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.
A Presidential Award for Sustained Outstanding Achievement was presented to Lisa Starkey-Wood, assistant director of admissions.
What do a box of crayons, a bag of pepperoni, Flo of Progressive Insurance fame, a prom-going zombie, the Ball Hall tower, and a fox have in common?
They were all characters who won the annual Halloween costume contest held on the Keuka College campus Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Tracy McFarland, associate vice president for student development, portrayed the crayon box, while Eva Moberg-Sarver, director of student activities; Eric Detar, chaplain; and resident directors (RD) Kevin Perry, Tim White, Rebecca Capek, Margeaux DePrez, and Kelsey Deso posed as the crayons.
McFarland and her colorful crew earned first place in the group category.
Junior Ariel Scott (zombie), an organizational communication major from Unadilla, received the top prize in the scariest category, while the most original prize went to Amanda Burlingame, a senior adolescent mathematics/special education major from Keuka Park, for her portrayal as Flo.
The top costumes in the male and female categories went to Nathan Calabria (the fox), and Jennie Snyder (pepperoni). Calabria and Snyder, part of the D.R.I.V.E. program, earned $30 each for their efforts.
For staff and faculty, a Halloween hat contest with desk-to-desk competition, was held. Human Resources Manager Sue Delyser, earned bragging rights with her ‘hat’—the Ball Hall tower.
Each contestant received a gift certificate to the Terrace Café courtesy of AVI Fresh, the College’s food service provider.
Five students, three administrators and a faculty member were inducted into the Keuka College chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL), the national honor society for non-traditional adult students May 13.
The student inductees included Cheryl Barsom, Melissa Green, Jessica Middleton, Nina Mottern, and Erin O’Brien. The honorary inductees were Linda Fleischman ’87 (registrar), Monica Maddox ’03/’07 (ASAP admissions counselor), Jeanine Santelli ’83 (associate vice president for academic programs), and Thomas Tremer (professor of criminology/criminal justice and sociology).
John Barr, president of Transformation Through Leadership, delivered the keynote address at the sixth annual Chi Alpha Lambda chapter initiation ceremony.