King recieves Silver Pen Award
14 Jan 2011
The Silver Pen Award honors two office/service employees who have demonstrated superior performance while employed at UNL and who have made significant contributions to the University community. The award was established in UNOPA’s Silver Anniversary year and, as a pen is common to UNL personnel; it was named the Silver Pen Award. It is funded by the Floyd S. Oldt endowment. Each recipient receives a $600 cash award, an engraved A.T. Cross Silver Pen, a framed certificate, and a one-year UNOPA membership.
Lisa King, Staff Assistant, Child, Youth and Family Studies, was nominated by Dr. Julie Johnson.
Some comments from her nominator and letters of support included. Support for Lisa's nomination made frequent reference to her interaction with graduate students and the care and help she provides each student. Lisa also brings humor into that workplace that is appreciated.
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College of Education and Human Sciences
Child, Youth and Family Studies