Andy Awards - Carnegie Mellon University

The Andy Awards

The Andy Awards, named for Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon, are a tribute to the spirit of teamwork and dedication embodied by the staff at Carnegie Mellon University. Individual staff members and teams of colleagues whose work has had a significant impact on the university are recognized for their outstanding performance and commitment to excellence through the Andy Awards program.

Awards are given in six categories: Commitment to Students, Community Contributions, Culture, Dedication, Innovation and University Citizenship.

Category Descriptions

Now Accepting Nominations

Take the time to say thank you to those who have done their very best.

Eligibility, Process, and Criteria

Forms

Nomination Deadline: July 9, 2014

Congratulations to the 2013 Andy Award winners!

winners of 2013 andy awards pictured with Dr. Subra Suresh

Recipients are pictured above with Dr. Subra Suresh, university president.

Commitment to Students

Helen Wang (DC’99)
Student Life

Community Contributions

Jeffrey Harris
Environmental Health & Safety

Culture

Samuel Boyer
CIT

Dedication

Anne Witchner Levin (DC’73)
Office of Orientation and First Year Programs

Innovation

The Tepper School of Business Marketing and Communications Team
Stephanie Armbruster (A'06), Karen Boucher, Mark Burd, Barbara Donehue, Deb Lantz (DC'06), Susan Limoncelli, Joey Mancuso, and Martha Sproul
Tepper School of Business

University Citizenship

Romayne Botti
CIT

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On November 15, 1900, Andrew Carnegie formally announced: "For many years I have nursed the pleasing thought that I might be the fortunate giver of a Technical Institute to our City..." He concluded with the words "My heart is in the work." which would become part of the school's official seal, designed by Tiffany and adopted in May 1912.

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