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Notes from Human Resources Services – January 2015

March 11, 2015
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January 2015 Service Awards

Five yearsAlan Hurwitz, President, The Office of the President; Thomas Horejes, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Philosophy, Religion & Sociology; Jeremy Brunson, Associate Professor, Department of Interpretation.

Ten yearsKaren Terhune, Coordinator, Disability Support Services, Office for Students with Disabilities; Linda Mack, Driver, Transportation Department; Shondra Dickson Mitchell, Associate Director, Financial Aid.

Fifteen yearsPaula Tucker, Research Associate, Communication Arts Research; Leonard Swann, Senior Telecommunications Technician, Gallaudet Technology Services; Shannon Augustine, Manager, eLearning & Web Authoring, Gallaudet Technology Services.

Twenty-five yearsVickie Whetstone, Executive Secretary, Office of Admissions; Emiko Schlette, Senior Technical Specialist, Office of Academic Quality; Sharrell McCaskill, Director, Equal Opportunity Programs, Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance. 

Promotions

Elizabeth Stone, Ombudsman, Office of the Ombuds; Helen Thumann, Director, Accreditation, Certification & Licensure, Office of Academic Quality

New employees hired in January

Tahir Khan, Lecturer II, Department of Science, Technology & Mathematics; Felicia Williams, Lecturer I, Department of ASL & Deaf Studies; Danielle Thompson-Ochoa, Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling; Lisa Sentelle, Digital Media Specialist, Adam Politzer Memorial Research; Hysha Nesmith, Director, Financial Aid, Financial Aid; Cindy Hall-D’Angelo, ASL Proficiency Evaluator, ASL Diagnostic and Evaluation Services; Steven Titlebaum, Senior Major Gifts Officer, Office of Development. 

11 March 2015

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