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March 7, 2013
CSU Events and Constituent Engagement was recently recognized as an outstanding employee unit by the CSU Employee Appreciation Board. 'Each member serves the University with dedication, creativity, and untiring effort,' said Lindsay McCarthy, who nominated the group for the award.
Do you know of a deserving work unit on campus? It doesn't matter if they're large or small -- if you'd like to nominate them for recognition, just keep reading and learn how to send a nomination form to the CSU Employee Appreciation Board.
The CSU Employee Appreciation Board, formed in 1968, is one of the longest-standing traditions on campus. In 2013, we reached a milestone—we've been recognizing employees for 45 years!
Originally called the "Faculty Club Board," the mission of the board has remained the same over the years -- to recognize employees and to promote community spirit among faculty and staff.
Each month the board recognizes an outstanding work unit on campus. The board collects nominations from across campus, carefully reviews the nomination forms (which detail why a group should be recognized) and then votes.
Board members then organize and facilitate the recognition events such as a luncheon, breakfast, or ice cream social.
Contact: Colorado State Universirty Employee Appreciation Board