Waves of Gratitude

Waves of Gratitude for Erik Falk of Facilities and Capital Projects for Community Engagement. Expressing gratitude for Erik for keeping our campus clean and welcoming – I saw Erik during my walks this week cleaning the fallen leaves around campus. Your work is appreciated, especially in this colder weather! Submitted by Anonymous

As a reminder, for those wishing to acknowledge the work of fellow shoreline staff members or a group at Shoreline, you need only submit a Waves of Gratitude form for individuals or a Shoreline Shoutout for groups.  Thank you from the Employee Recognition Committee – Rob, Wanda, and Megan.

Waves of Gratitude

Waves of Gratitude for Cody Verochio of Financial Services/Accounting Office for respect and staff support. Cody is awesome! Cody works in the Accounting Office. He is always there to help with accounting issues AND travel questions. He showed us how to submit Travel Authorization and Travel Expenses in ctcLink! He made sure invoices are paid at the end of the fiscal year. Even in difficult situations, Cody manages to be calm and work through the problems. He is so amazing to work with. Thank you, Cody! Submitted by Anonymous

As a reminder, for those wishing to acknowledge the work of fellow shoreline staff members or a group at Shoreline, you need only submit a Waves of Gratitude form for individuals or a Shoreline Shoutout for groups.  Thank you from the Employee Recognition Committee – Rob, Wanda, and Megan.

Waves of Gratitude

Waves of Gratitude for Huyen Jahed for Respect and Dedication. Huyen is the facilities person for our building. She has redesigned my office to look professional and welcoming. She has the best ideas! She truly cares about us and takes the best care of our building and staff. Thank you Huyen for going above and beyond! Submitted by Anonymous

As a reminder, for those wishing to acknowledge the work of fellow shoreline staff members or a group at Shoreline, you need only submit a Waves of Gratitude form for individuals or a Shoreline Shoutout for groups.  Thank you from the Employee Recognition Committee – Rob, Wanda, and Megan.

Waves of Gratitude

Waves of Gratitude for Brandon Fryman of eLearning for Inclusive Excellence. Brandon did such a great job in the faculty institute. Showing us what to look out for in our classrooms to build equity and inclusion, it’s just little shifts that I would not see. TILTing (Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TiLT), is such a great idea and I can see why he is so passionate about it. And building accessibility in the classroom even before we have a student that needs accommodations is a great way to already build that with that in mind. It is important to realize that not everyone speaks out about getting help or telling folks that they need an accommodation. Build it first. He has such great ideas and has a good eye for catching things I do not. I appreciate all the work you do on our campus. Thank you for being so JEDI-A centered. And everywhere I turn, he is there helping on campus. Anonymous.

As a reminder, for those wishing to acknowledge the work of fellow shoreline staff members or a group at Shoreline, you need only submit a Waves of Gratitude form for individuals or a Shoreline Shoutout for groups.  Thank you from the Employee Recognition Committee – Rob, Wanda, and Megan.

Waves of Gratitude

Waves of Gratitude for Wanda Waldrop of Manufacturing for Respect, Student Engagement, Community Engagement, and Staff support. Wanda puts so much work into supporting her students and her team, as well as others who are part of the students’ network. Even in difficult situations, Wanda manages to laugh and is always so wonderful to work with. submitted by Miranda Levy of Student Accessibility Services.

As a reminder, for those wishing to acknowledge the work of fellow shoreline staff members or a group at Shoreline, you need only submit a Waves of Gratitude form for individuals or a Shoreline Shoutout for groups.  Thank you from the Employee Recognition Committee – Rob, Wanda, and Megan.

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