Boise State University’s Campus Operations Division awarded its second-annual Employees of the Year honors at the division-wide meeting, August 2. Awards were presented in three categories to individuals who personified one of the division’s three goals: Empathy for the Customer, Attention to Detail, and Imputed Quality.
Although there are only three awards, four team members were recognized as Employees of the Year. Kristina Whitaker, a customer service representative, and Larry Stolworthy, fleet manager, representing the Department of Public Safety earned the Empathy for the Customer awards. Ric Smith, senior landscape technician in Facilities Operations and Maintenance, earned the Attention to Detail award, while Dunya Wojcik, event coordinator for University Event Services, was named the Doctrine of Imputed Quality honoree.
The award winners each excelled in one of the three categories and demonstrated these characteristics and qualities in their work throughout the year. Each winner was awarded a plaque, certificate of excellence, and Bronco Bucks to use at various retailers on campus.
Congratulations to our award winners and nominees!
NOMINATIONS for the 2018 Employee of the Year Awards will be accepted throughout the 2017-18 school year and will be awarded at our 2018 division-wide meeting.