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Deadline Nov. 9 to nominate staff for president’s awards

PULLMAN, Wash. – Nominations for the 2015-16 President’s Employee Excellence Awards will be accepted until 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9. Since 1990, 53 WSU employees have received the award.

Each year, five awards recognize outstanding contributions by Washington State University administrative professionals and classified employees from across the state.

The winners are selected based on a review of nominations and recommendations received by a committee. Each honoree receives $2,500 and is recognized at WSU’s Showcase celebration of achievement in March.

Nominations should specifically identify the outstanding contributions made by the employee relating to productivity of the university, innovative problem solving, positive working relations and community service.

Online nominations can be submitted at Nomination forms may also be printed from the site and submitted via WSU mail to the attention of BJ Carlson, 442 French Administration Building, Pullman WA 99164-1041.



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