Welcomes, Changes, or Goodbyes

Here is our welcome to new employees (or returning), a celebration of employment changes, and our salute to colleagues pursuing new endeavors. All celebrations are for the previous month.

Welcomes

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Changes

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Goodbyes

Displaying separations for the previous month:

Employee Name Reason  Last day on Campus Title Dept. /Unit
THAO, FUE SEPARATION 11/11/2022 CUSTODIAN CUSTODIAL SERVICES
MAYER, BRANT RETIREMENT 11/11/2022 CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY SPEC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
MELLINGER, DORALYNN SEPARATION 11/18/2022 HALL DIRECTOR RESIDENCE LIFE
BECKER, LAURIE SEPARATION 11/18/2022 PURCHASING OFFICE ASSOCIATE BUSINESS SERVICES
BAUER, HENRY SEPARATION 11/18/2022 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II ADMISSIONS
PETERSON, DEBRA RETIREMENT 11/18/2022 ACADEMIC RECORDS SPECIALIST RECORDS & REGISTRATION
DEGENHARDT, MANDY SEPARATION 11/23/2022 ACCOUNTANT I BUSINESS SERVICES

Service Anniversaries

The service anniversary date is the 'adjusted continuous service date' which may encompass breaks in service.  This is the legal date used by UWSA to determine seniority. We display for the current month.

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Upcoming Retirements

Congratulations on your accomplishments!  We wish you well in retirement!

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Campus Kudos!

Julie Weiskopf and Tiffany Trimmer

Julie Weiskopf, Gonzaga University and Tiffany Trimmer, History, co-authored the article "Oral History as a Way to Fulfill World History’s Global-Local Potential" in World History Connected (19.3: Fall 2022) published on Nov. 17 by George Mason University Press and the World History Association. Trimmer and Weiskopf (current Director and former Director of UWL's Oral History Program) served as invited guest editors of a forum, "Oral History Informing World History," in the journal and wrote the forum's introductory essay.

Submitted on: Dec. 1

Kathy A. DeBarr, Ph. D., and Michele Pettit

Kathy A. DeBarr Ph. D., Department of Public Health, University of Illinois at Springfield and Michele Pettit, Public Health and Community Health Education, co-authored the article "SROs and School Violence: A Perspective on Roles and Training Needs" in Journal of School Health published on Nov. 14 by American School Health Association.

Submitted on: Nov. 30