College of Engineering Pays Tribute to Exceptional Employees
By Nichole Dwyer
The College of Engineering held its annual Staff Awards ceremony in January, honoring six individuals for job performance, continuing education, enthusiasm, inspiration, innovation and leadership.
This year’s recipients were:
Rookie Award: Chad Dougherty, principal research programmer, CyLab;
Burritt Education Award: Andrea Rooney, director of Undergraduate Programs, Civil & Environmental Engineering;
Spirit Award: Treci Bonime, director for Undergraduate Studies, Dean’s Office;
Innovation Award: Kelly McQuoid, senior director of strategic programs and special projects, Dean’s Office;
Continuous Excellence Award: Bobbi Kostyak, buyer, Mechanical Engineering; and
Inspirational Leadership Award: Larry Hayhurst, foreman, Collaborative Machining Center, Chemical Engineering.
Thirty-one College of Engineering staff members received years of service certificates honoring their five to 30 years at CMU.
Honored for 30 years were Roxann Martin of Materials Science and Engineering and Maxine Leffard of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Honored for 25 years were Jason Wolf of Materials Science and Engineering, Donna Marano of the Dean’s Office, and Judith Ann Bandola and Stephen Hoffman of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Receiving 20-year certificates were Mary Christine Zeise of the Silicon Valley Campus, Rhonda Moyer of the Institute for Complex Engineered Systems and Karen Kietzke of Engineering and Public Policy.
Maxine Leffard (above, left) and Roxann Martin were presented with
certificates honoring their 30 years of service at CMU. Presenting the awards was College of Engineering Dean James Garrett Jr.