Nominations are being accepted for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock 2019 Staff Achievement Awards through Friday, March 15.
A $1,000 cash award is given to the top UA Little Rock staff member in three categories: personal achievement, service to the university, and community service. Eligible employees are full-time regular classified and non-faculty/non-classified employees holding no academic rank.
The winners will be announced at the Staff Awards Ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 26, in the Engineering and Information Technology Building Auditorium with a reception to follow. Staff members who are celebrating work anniversaries, have graduated in the past year, and retiring will also be recognized.
The three categories for nominations are:
Personal Growth-Recognition will go to an individual whose scholarship, research, or creative talent has been particularly outstanding.
Ben Fry Service to UA Little Rock-Recognition will go to an individual who is distinctive in service through committees, special events, implementation of creative ideas or support and encouragement of others.
Community Service-Recognition will go to an individual who has been particularly successful in organizing community events or had major achievements in civic, service, or specialty organizations/events.
Additionally, the Staff Senate will also award scholarships for employees who are furthering their education at UA Little Rock. TheStaff Senate Scholarship is a $250 scholarship, and theJerry Crittenden Employee Book Scholarship is a $75 book scholarship. Both scholarships will be awarded to staff members. Applications can be filled out online.
For more information, please contact Angie Faller at 501-916-5905 or email@example.com.
In the upper right picture, Pamala Stanley, winner of 2018 Personal Growth Award, Celeste Watson, Crittenden Book Scholarship recipient, Tierra Hutley, Staff Senate Scholarship winner, and William Wagner, winner of the 2018 Ben Fry Service to UA Little Rock Award, are honored at the 2018 Staff Awards Ceremony. Photo by Ben Krain.