Carnegie Mellon University

Past Recipients

The Andy Awards program began in 1995 and honored nominees in three categories: Satisfying Customers, Increasing Productivity and University Citizenship. While the categories and nomination procedure have evolved over the past two decades, the spirit of the Andy Awards remains the same to serve as a tribute to the spirit of teamwork and dedication embodied by the staff at Carnegie Mellon University.

Below are the most recent Andy Awards recipients. Information listed reflects the recipient at the time of the award. For a complete history, please contact University Events.

2017

Commitment to Excellence

Jennifer Weidenhof
Office of Undergraduate Research

Commitment to Students

David Holcomb
School of Drama

Innovative and Creative Contributions

Robert Kollar
School of Art

Spirit

Aaron George
Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion

Teamwork and Collaboration

Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Administrative Team

George Darakos, BJ Fecich, Jean Harpley, Debbie Harvard, Jeff Legault, Peggy Martin, Christoph Mertz, Mark Nolan and Cheryl Wehrer
School of Computer Science, Advanced Robotics Venture

2016

Commitment to Excellence

Christina Cowan
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Commitment to Students

Kevin Collins
Career and Professional Development Center

Innovative and Creative Contributions

Pam Wigley
College of Fine Arts

Spirit

Patti Steranchak
Engineering and Public Policy

Teamwork and Collaboration

Network Convergence Team

Josh Emerson, Steve Snodgrass, Matt Nickerson and Ronald Zack
Computing Services

2015

Commitment to Excellence

Don Campbell
University Police

Commitment to Students

Brian Fernandes
Enrollment Services

Innovative and Creative Contributions

Rhonda Kloss
Sponsored Projects Accounting

Spirit

Paul Gerlach (A 1967, 1968, 1972)
Office of Student Affairs

Teamwork and Collaboration

CMUWorks Project Team

Linda Schmidt, Bob Riddle, Deanne Weaver, Jeff Houser, Kim Abel and Karen Eck
Human Resources, Finance and Computing Services