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Annually, Auburn University recognizes regular fulltime non-faculty employees with 5, 10, 20, 25, 30, and 40 or more years of dedicated service to the University. In the afternoon, a ceremony is held for the recipients. Employees are given a service award in recognition of their long term employment with the University. The monthly Spirit of Excellence Award winners will aslo be recognized, and from this distinguised group, four employees will be selected as employee of the year. During the program, the Auburn University employees who graduated the previous yeat will also be recognized for their accomplishment. A reception for all those honored and guests will be held immediately following the recognition program.
Employees of the Year
|Pictured left to right: Theresa F. Bush, Michael R. Hood, Charles H. Ray, Jr., and Adam T. Chalkley.|
From April 2014 to March
2015 forty-seven employees were selected as Spirit of Excellence
Winners. Of the forty-seven, the four individuals pictured above were
selected as Employees of the Year.
These four employees of
the year received a $500 cash award made possible by a $2,000 donation
from the Office of Development. In addition the employees received a
$2,500.00 cash award made possible by a $10,000 donation from Tigers
These four employees of the year received a $500 cash award made possible by a $2,000 donation from the Office of Development. In addition the employees received a $2,500.00 cash award made possible by a $10,000 donation from Tigers Unlimited Foundation.
40 Year Employees
Sitting left to right: Ira Hunt, Paint Shop; James L. Killian, Engineering Administration
Not pictured: Michael W. Hill, Human Resources
Presenter: Linda Maxwell-Evans, Human Resources
To view a copy of the 2015 Employee Recogntion Program which inlcudes the names of all employee recognized for years of service, Spirit of Excellence Awards, and graduation, please click here.
Photos from the Event:
Employee Recognition Archive
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Last Updated: June 26, 2015