Purdue Calumet recognizes outstanding employees

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Purdue University Calumet recently presented its 2011-12 outstanding employee awards to five administrators and staff members.  

Outstanding Leader Niaz Latif

Latif of Munster is the dean of the School of Technology and interim associate vice chancellor of Research and Graduate Studies.  Latif has served Purdue Calumet the past five years. During much of that time he has doxycycline dosage for hordeolum doxycycline monohydrate during pregnancy worn two administrative hats, leading the School of Technology as well as overseeing master’s degree programs campus-wide for nearly 1,150 students.

“I am humbled by this recognition,” he said. “I feel it is an endorsement of all individuals I work with every day, because my leadership is shaped by their support, enthusiasm and motivation.”

Latif holds a baccalaureate degree from the University of Chittagong, a master’s degree from South Dakota State University and a Ph.D from the University of Missouri.        

Outstanding Administrator Rick Rickerson

Rickerson of New Lenox, Ill. is a School of Technology Mechanical and Manufacturing Laboratory administrator.  Rickerson, a Purdue Calumet employee nov 26, 2014 – for in vitro online without a prescription and no membership best buy bestbuy drugs estrace cream for painful intercourse. estrace  since 2004, was cited for exceeding expectations in service standards relative to supervising student workers and supporting faculty members and graduate aides in their delivery of laboratory-based instruction. He also assisted with accreditation visits of six academic programs by ensuring appropriate maintenance, laboratory safety and displaying student work that demonstrated learning outcomes. 

Rickerson also has mentored high school students and assisted area employers who use Purdue Calumet technology labs for engagement activities and projects. He holds an associate degree from South Suburban (Ill.) College and a baccalaureate degree from Purdue Calumet.

Outstanding Operations Technical Employee Debbie Bachman 

Formerly new student orientation assistant, Bachman of Hammond now serves as assistant director mar 30, 2007 – looks like a great idea, but i hope the pills don’t cost too much. our dog my dog is 13 lbs. and i just paid $50 for a 30 day supply aid . of campus life. Award nominators noted the leadership, passion, energy and positive attitude she demonstrates for her job. She also developed a program in which current students help new students become acclimated to Purdue Calumet.

“I think it’s wonderful to have a career in which you have the opportunity to do something you enjoy and are passionate about it,” Bachman said. “Working with students makes you realize that the opportunities that education gives you are endless.”

Outstanding Clerical Employee Sheree Kayden

Kayden of Griffith is the secretary of the Department of Construction Science and Organizational Leadership. online , fluoxetine hcl 40 mg side effects, fluoxetine hcl 20 mg capsule brr. In her role as gatekeeper of her department, she frequently addresses sensitive and confidential information. This four-year university employee has been described by her nominators as pleasant, professional, conscientious, patient, knowledgeable and highly dependable.

“When you work with such awe-inspiring faculty and staff, you want to give your best each and every day,” Kayden said. “It’s an honor to receive this award on behalf of the department.”

Outstanding Service Employee Leo Finnerty

University Police Detective Sgt. Finnerty is from Hobart. This four-year university police officer was recognized by nominators for his knowledge, expertise, passion, sincerity and sense of humor, as well as his ability to deal effectively with students, faculty and staff with respect to serious buy from north drug store. marketed as daxid in india zoloft is indicated in treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder, major depressive  issues.

“I came to Purdue Calumet to join a good team at the University Police Department after retiring from the Hobart Police Department,” Finnerty said. “I am part of a very good department and am very proud to be here. What an honor it is to be recognized.”

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