Penn State Mont Alto announces faculty, staff service awards
Penn State Mont Alto recognized several employees for exceptional service and length of service to the campus at its an annual end-of-year award luncheon today. Penn Stater Awards are given to one full-time staff, faculty and tech services employee each year. In addition to a cash award, the recipients are given a parking spot of their choice for a year. The Penn Stater Awards went to: Lori Royce, staff assistant to the office of the bursar (staff award); Deborah Michalsky, food service worker (tech services award); and, Renee Borromeo, instructor in physical therapy (faculty award).
In addition, the campus instituted a new employee recognition system to honor employees for years of service to the University. Employees received awards for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 40 years of full-time service. Associate Professor of English Richard Kane is currently the campus’ longest tenured employee at Mont Alto with 40 years of employment. He was honored as well Andrea Christopher, director of student affairs, and Darlene Gilliland, financial aid coordinator, for their 30 years of services each.
Caption: (L-R) Renee Borromeo, Deborah Michalsky and Lori Royce hold the personalized parking signs they will get to place wherever they would like on campus for the exclusive right to park there for the next year.