Staff Service Awards-Andy Awards - Carnegie Mellon University

Staff Service Awards

Each year, Staff Council honors extraordinary commitment to the university by celebrating years of service. Congratulations to the individuals who will be publically recognized at this year's Andy Awards ceremony.

30 Years

Kenneth Andreyo, Communications Design and Photography

Martha Baron, Computing Services

Gretchen Beck, Computing Services

Darlene Bigos, SEI

Mark Campasano, Computing Services

Roland Davis, FMS

Keith DeVaughn, FMS

Rebecca Duxbury, Student Affairs

Roxann Eckman, Materials Science & Engineering

Judith Hallinen, Leonard Gelfand Center for Service Learning

Gloria Hill, Dietrich Academic Advisory Center

Anna Houck, Dietrich College Dean's Office

Kristoffe Hutchings, SCS Computing

Alan Koll, FMS

Carol Lee, Biological Sciences

Leonard Libbon, FMS

Donald Logan, FMS

Kathy Majors, Psychology

John Makel, Computing Services

Peggy Martin, Robotics Institute

John Papinchak, Enrollment Services

David Pekular, SEI

Ann Powers, Tepper School of Business

Suresh Santhanam, ECE

Janet Schoderbek-Yo, Computing Services

Joseph Stubler, FMS

Stephen Weale, FMS

Deborah Zalewski, Robotics Institute

David Zubrow, SEI

35 Years

Linda Anderson, Enrollment Services

Roberta Dinardo, Undergraduate Admission & Student Aid

Patricia Herbster, Central Copy Centers

John Hudak, SEI

T. Jacobsen, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

Richard Lackner, Athletics & Physical Education

Sharon Oliver, SEI

Jan Mary Puhl, Philosophy

Alberta Ragan, Tepper School of Business

Pamela Sellitti, NREC

Sylvia Smith, SCS Computing

Brenda Wortham, FMS

40 Years

Charles Garvey, FMS

John Hesch, FMS

Robert Kiger, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

Sharon McCann, Sponsored Project Accounting

Carole McCoy, Heinz College

Maryann Moore, President's Office

Paul Morrey, FMS

Michael Steidel, Undergraduate Admission & Student Aid

Allen Stoltzfus, SCS Dean's Office

Gary Walker, FMS

Colette Jousse Wilkins, Music

45 Years

Charles Gitzen, Physics

55 Years

Joseph Rudman, Physics