Quality of Service Council

2016 Employee Recognition Awards

April 25, 2016 - Stetson Room

Nominations due by Wednesday, March 16, 2015

Now is the time to submit your nominations for the annual Employee Recognition Awards! Winners will be announced at the Employee Recognition event on April 25, 2016. Each award recipient will receive a plaque and a check for $100. Show your appreciation and nominate a deserving colleague or co-worker. Any full-time active or regular part-time employee of Stetson University may be nominated. The deadline for all nominations is March 16, 2015. Those who submit a nomination will be entered for a chance to win one of two special gifts valued at $50 to be given away at the award ceremony in April. One entry will be given for each award category in which you nominate someone.

Click here to begin your 2016 Employee Recognition Award Nominations!

Adapter of the Year, Marjorie Burrhus

Communicator of the Year, Sandra Aubrey

Extra Mile, Amy McAfoos-Schaefer

Mentor of the Year, Tonya Curran

Money Saver, Robert Hanks

Morale Builder of the Year, Kimberly Canup

P.A.R. Award, Melissa Peters

Problem Solver of the Year, Trena Wetherington

Spirit of Stetson, Noreen Huth

Mission

The purpose of the Quality of Service Council is to act as a catalyst within the Stetson University community to promote communication and courteous service. The Council seeks to achieve improvements in internal interactions and to serve as a channel of communication between departments and among individual staff members. It seeks to promote a sense of community by providing opportunities for social interaction and employee recognition. The Council achieves its purpose through the dissemination of information, training programs and Stetson University employee events.

History

In 1988, former Stetson University President Doug Lee, recognizing that quality of service is primarily delivered by the front line people of the university who handle incoming calls, meet campus visitors and maintain the facilities, appointed the Quality of Service Task Force. Composed of university staff members, the task force was commissioned to study the issue of quality of service, provide an overview of Stetson University's current strengths and challenges, and make recommendations for study and improvement.