McCormick Staff Members Honored for Service
Several McCormick staff members were recently honored as part of the McCormick Staff Service Recognition Awards. This annual program was launched in 2004 to recognize staff members who have dedicated years of service to McCormick. This year, 25 staff members were honored for reaching significant milestones.
Honored for five years: Carol Berry, assistant to Dean Julio M. Ottino. Not pictured: Gwen Murphy, coordinator of student involvement for undergraduate engineering; Ben Lane, lecturer and industrial liaison for the Master of Biotechnology Program; Bruce Lindvall, assistant dean of graduate studies; and Josh Lobb, program coordinator for the Master of Biotechnology Program.
Honored for 10 years: George Homsy, program assistant for electrical engineering and computer science; Jeff Usher, software developer for Professor Ken Forbus; Helen Oloroso, assistant dean and director of the Office of Career Development; Beth Abbott, assistant director for McCormick administration; Nancy Flannery, senior editorial assistant in mechanical engineering; Leona Lealaitafea, program assistant for the Master in Project Management program; Michelle Bledsoe, program assistant for the Office of Career Development; and Mat Kotowsky, research engineer for the Infrastructure Technology Institute. Not pictured: Peter Livins, financial assistant for materials science and engineering; David Kosnick, research engineer for the Infrastructure Technology Institute; Lana Kiperman, program assistant for electrical engineering and computer science; Alan Wolff, senior IT director; Bob Taglia, senior design and prototyping specialist for the Segal Design Institute; and Hillary Bean, financial administrator for the Transportation Center.
Honored for 15 years: Dan Marron, chief research engineer for the Infrastructure Technology Institute; and Chris Gilmore, user support manager for McCormick IT. Not pictured: Chris Bachmann, senior technical services specialist for electrical engineering and computer science.
Honored for 20 years: Allison Berger, associate director of the Office of Corporate Relations.
Honored for 30 years: Betty Modlin, program assistant for undergraduate engineering.
Honored for 40 years: Donna Tobias, engineering registrar.